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international painting annual 2 exhibition-in-print
online supplemental resource

176 page full-color, 141 ill., 9" x 10"

Softcover & Hardcover



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about the INPA 2

For the INPA 2 Manifest received 1310 submissions from 452 artists in 45 states and 29 countries. The publication includes 118 works by 72 artists from 23 states and 6 countries including Canada, China, Germany, South Korea, South Africa, and the United States. Essays by Adam Sullivan and David Dorsey are also included.

Nine professional and academic advisors qualified in the fields of art, design, criticism, and art history juried the second 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.

This Online Supplemental Resource will provide biographical info, artist statements, and details of sample works for each artist included in the publication in late 2012 after the book is released to the public.



Joseph Adolphe
New Haven, Connecticut

Margery Amdur
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Eleanna Anagnos
Lake Forest, Illinois

Karen Appleton
Highland Park, Illinois

E. Thurston Belmer
St. Louis, Missouri

Cindy Bernhard
Elwood, Illinois

Billie Rae Busby
Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Bain Butcher
Knoxville, Tennessee

Neil Callander
Louisville, Kentucky

Cole Carothers
Milford, Ohio

Curtis Cascagnette
Bowling Green, Ohio

Laara Cassells
Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada

Erin Castellan
Bloomington, Indiana

Aleah Chapin
Brooklyn, New York

Leanne Christie
Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada

Lauren Coggins-Tuttle
Raleigh, North Carolina

Benjamin Cook
Louisville, Kentucky

Benjamin Cowan
Ann Arbor, Michigan


Essays by:
David Dorsey and Adam Sullivan

Jacob Crook
Columbia, Missouri

Sue Danielson
Seattle, Washington

Thomasin Dewhurst
Livermore, California

David Dorsey
Pittsford, New York

Joanna Dudziec
Warsaw, Poland

Brett Eberhardt
Macomb, Illinois

Donna Festa
West Grove, Pennsylvania

Melissa Furness
Denver, Colorado

Mira Gerard
Johnson City, Tennessee

Allan Gorman
Upper Montclair, New Jersey

Brad Gray
Wilderness, Western Cape, South Africa

Kenneth Hall
Cedar Falls, Iowa

Adrian Hatfield
Ferndale, Michigan

Andrew Hendrixson
Mount Vernon, Ohio

Junghwa Hong
Irvine, California

Stefan Hoza
Columbus, Ohio

David Jamieson
Oak Park, Illinois

Jason John
Jacksonville, Florida


Duncan Johnson
Hartford, Vermont

Jake Johnson
Columbia, Missouri

Greg Jones
Sylvania, Ohio

Yasemin Kackar-Demirel
Cortlandt Manor, New York

Justin Kellner
Grand Rapids, Michigan

Tim Kennedy
Bloomington, Indiana

Bo (Hwang) Kim
Lake St. Louis, Missouri

Junsoo Kim
San Francisco, California

Jonathan Langfield
Somerset, Massachusetts

Gordon Lee
Columbus, Ohio

Virginia Lee
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Marlene Lipinski
Lake in the Hills, Illinois

Bogdan Luca
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Perin Mahler
Laguna Beach, California

Daniel Maidman
Brooklyn, New York

Susannah Martin
Frankfurt, Germany

Matthew McConville
Baldwin, Maryland

Marcus Michels
Sarasota, Florida


Min Hee Noh
Seoul, South Korea

Frank Oriti
Athens, Ohio

Roberto Osti
Bloomfield, New Jersey

Beth Parker
Bloomington, Indiana

Shannon Partridge
Bracebridge, Ontario, Canada

Scott Ramming
Cincinnati, Ohio

Willie Robertson
Lancaster, Kentucky

Deborah Scott
Bellevue, Washington

Benjamin Shamback
Mobile, Alabama

Hugo Shi
Waco, Texas

David Smith
Hong Kong, China

Nathan Sullivan
Jaffrey, New Hampshire

Randall Tiedman
Cleveland, Ohio

Dorothea Van Camp
Boston, Massachusetts

Dan VanLandingham
Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts

Anne Wedler
Anniston, Alabama

Rachel Wolfson
Baltimore, Maryland

Boris Zakic
Georgetown, Kentucky


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