2019 Winter Juried Show Judges 

 

MIKE CARROLL is an artist who also writes and speaks on art, studio practices and exhibition spaces. He has exhibited widely throughout the Northeast and has had studios in Boston, Provincetown and Florida. His work is in numerous collections and has been written about in Art New England and Provincetown Arts, and artScope among other publications.

Carroll has been a gallerist in various forms for over 25 years. He attended Emerson College and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston until he became involved in Boston’s then thriving underground scene. He ran the live performance and video section at The Boston Film Video Foundation when video was in its black and white reel to reel infancy. Carroll opened his first gallery, The 11th Hour, near Boston’s South Station where he produced early exhibitions by Mark Morrisroe and performances by Human Sexual Response, Jack Smith and The Clam Twins, among others. Since then he has woven his own art making practice with fine art presentation in a variety of ways. He was the Executive Director at Provincetown’s Schoolhouse Center from 1997 through 2004 and has been the owner of the Schoolhouse Gallery since 2005 where he is well known for presenting the finest in collaboration and new thought in the gallery and at a variety of outside exhibition projects.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Candice Smith Corby received a BFA in painting from Tyler School of Art and a MFA in painting from MassArt.  In 2014, she was a Massachusetts Cultural Council Finalist and in 2008 a Fellow in Painting. She received a Dave Bown Project grant in 2011, was an Awesome Foundation and Berkshire Taconic Artist Resource Fund grantee in 2013. Her work is in the collections of Fidelity Investments, the Wellington Management Company, Cosmit-Italy, and Framingham State College. She is a co-­‐founder of an arts collective, The Bottega, which offers workshops in Italy in traditional media such as fresco painting as well as those which share culinary, cultural, and art-making connections. Smith Corby is the Gallery Director and Asst. Professor in the Visual and Performing Arts Department at Stonehill College in Easton, MA.

 

 

Christina Godfrey is the Director of Contemporary Art at the Sunne Savage Gallery. As Director, she works as a curator, collections manager and appraiser for various corporate, residential and non-profit organizations. She has assisted with museum exhibitions in Idaho, New Hampshire, New York and Maine in addition to curating quarterly exhibitions at the RSM Art Gallery in Charlestown, MA. Christina’s area of interest is emerging to mid-career New England Artists. She enjoys connecting the up-and-coming with the new-to-collecting.

Raised in a family entrenched in the art world, Christina’s father is the abstract artist, Robert S. Neuman. Her mother is gallerist, Sunne Savage. Christina is a graduate of Wheaton College, class of 2001, and she has been working as an art consultant in Massachusetts since 2002. This is the second exhibition that she has been involved in at the Duxbury Art Complex, the first was an exhibit of her father’s Lame Deer Series of paintings. Christina is a resident of Norwell, MA and is looking forward to learning more about artists working on the South Shore through the Duxbury Art Association’s Winter Juried Show.

 

 

Michael Rose is an art historian, gallerist, and appraiser based in Southern New England. He has served as the Gallery Manager at the historic Providence Art Club since 2014. At the Art Club Michael manages exhibitions in the three unique gallery spaces featuring the Club’s 250 artist members as well as an annual national open juried exhibition featuring artists from throughout the United States.

Michael has previously juried exhibitions featuring the members of the Bristol Art Museum, East Greenwich Art Association, and the St. Botolph Club of Boston. He also regularly teaches and gives talks on topics related to art history and art business for diverse audiences throughout New England. Additionally, he has served as the art editor for the literary journal Boston Accent Lit since 2016, and has published essays on art, architecture, and film in Big Red & Shiny and Art New England.

Michael earned his Bachelor of Arts in art history from Providence College and his Certificate in Appraisal Studies in Fine and Decorative Arts from New York University. He holds memberships in a variety of professional organizations including the Appraisers Association of America, the International Art Market Studies Association, and the Association of Historians of American Art.

Learn more about Michael at his website: www.michaelrosefineart.com