creative research gallery and drawing center
a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization

 


international painting annual 7 exhibition-in-print
online resource


Cover: Bill Porter

 

about the INPA 7

For the INPA 7 Manifest received 1611 submissions from 474 artists in 46 states, Washington D.C., and 32 countries. Entries represented works made from 2013 through mid-2016. The publication will include104 works by 69 artists from 27 states, and 6 countries including Canada, China, Ireland, Poland, Scotland, and the United States. A written work by Andrés Padró (Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico) is also included.

Eight professional and academic volunteer advisors qualified in the fields of art, design, criticism, and art history juried the seventh International Painting Annual. The process of selection was by anonymous blind jury, with each jury member assigning a quality rating for artistic merit to each work submitted. The entries receiving the highest average combined score are included in this publication.

By mid-summer 2018 this Online Supplemental Resource will provide artist info and details of sample works for each artist included in the publication.


 

 

 

Academic pricing for Manifest Press publications, including special bulk pricing for class-sized quantities, is available for students, professors, and institutions. Email us here for more information.


INPA 7 is in production. Pre-orders accepted now!

Books will ship by late spring 2018

160 pages, 69 artists, 104 works
Available in softcover or clothbound hardcover with dustjacket.


 

$30 Softcover

$45 Hardcover

Shipping and applicable sales tax will be added to all orders.
finalists

Richard Ahnert
Toronto, Canada

Kim Anderson
Bradenton, Florida

David Baird
Hoover, Alabama

Braden Bandel
Kansas City, Missouri

Kenneth Batista
Pittsburg, Pennsylvania

Gordon Belray
Ontario, Canada

Mariella Bisson
Woodstock, New York

Andrew Blanchard
Spartanburg, South Carolina

Jason Brady
Dallas, Pennsylvania

Neil Callander
Tuscaloosa, Alabamap

Daniel Cassity
Hot Springs, Arkansas

Sally Cochrane
Chicago, Illinois

Catherine Creaney
Dungannon, Ireland

Julie Crews
Ruston, Louisiana

Jennifer Cronin
Chicago, Illinois

Kaitlin Dodds
Bloomington, Indiana

Livia Erwin
Boring, Oregon

Drew Etienne
Bloomington, Indiana

 

Essay by: Andrés Padró

 

Jonathan Etringer
Reinbeck, Iowa

John Ferry
Prairie Village, Kansas

Joshua Flint
Portland, Oregon

Meghan Flynn
Council Bluffs, Iowa

Bart Forbes
Plano, Texas

Felicia Forte
Hamtramck, Michigan

Zoey Frank
Boulder, Colorado

Santiago Galeas
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Karen Hackenberg
Port Townsend, Washington

Samantha Haring
Cincinnati, Ohio

Chris Hernandez
Warsaw, Poland

Joseph Holsapple
Thibodaux, Louisiana

Felice House
Austin, Texas

Matt Klos
Sparrows Point, Maryland

Elaine Kurie
Sparta, New Jersey

James Lange
Davenport, Iowa

Matthew Lee
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Chris Liberti
Charlotte, North Carolina

Dustin London
Ann Arbor, Michigan

Tony Luciani
Ontario, Canada

Elham Masoudi
Atlanta, Georgia

Lindsay McCulloch
Silver Spring, Maryland

Alan McGowan
Edinburgh, Scotland

Kristin Musgnug
Fayetteville, Arkansas

Adam Mysock
Cincinnati, Ohio

Natalie Niblack
Mount Vernon, Washington

Omalix
Orlando, Florida

Frank Oriti
Lakewood, Ohio

Kevin Palme
Asheville, North Carolina

Erik Parra
San Francisco, California

Joe Peragine
Atlanta, Georgia

Nathan Perry
Madison, Alabama

Alex Peyton-Levine
Chicago, Illinois

Jeremy Plunkett
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Bill Porter
Littleton, Massachusetts

Edmond Praybe
Arnold, Maryland

Erin Raedeke
Montgomery Village, Maryland

Daniel Riesmeyer
Bozman, Maryland

Dana Saulnier
Oxford, Ohio

Buket Savci
Brooklyn, New York

Patricia Schappler
Bedford, New Hampshire

Suzanne Schireson
Providence, Rhode Island

Benjamin Shamback
Mobile, Alabama

David Smith
Hong Kong, China

David Stanger
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Laura Truitt
Fort Collins, Colorado

Alice Valenti
Baltimore, Maryland

Christina Weaver
Madison, Alabama

Stephen Wright
Valley Village, California

Elizabeth Zanzinger
Oakland, California

Dganit Zauberman
Merion Station, Pennsylvania

 

Copyright © Manifest Creative Research Gallery and Drawing Center - Manifest Press