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international painting annual 8 exhibition-in-print
online resource

Cover image: Amanda Smith


about the INPA 8

For the INPA 8 Manifest received 1301 submissions from 389 artists in 42 states and 26 countries. Entries represented works made from 2014 through mid-2017. The publication will include101 works by 62 artists from 27 states and 6 countries including Canada, France, Italy, Ireland, Scotland, and the United States. A written work by Anne Keener (Columbus, Ohio) is also included.

Twelve professional and academic volunteer advisors qualified in the fields of art, design, criticism, and art history juried the eighth 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 summer 2019 this Online Supplemental Resource will provide artist info and details of sample works for each artist included in the publication.




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160 pages, 62 artists, 101 works
Available in hardcover with dustjacket.


$45 Hardcover


Dohgyoung Ahn
West Lafayette, Indiana

Margery Amdur
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Byron Anway
Lincoln, Nebraska

Pirjo Berg
Grand Forks, North Dakota

Darcie Book
Austin, Texas

Melinda Borysevicz
Salerno, Italy

Patrick Brien
Visalia, California

Lisa Bryson
New Bedford, Massachusetts

Richard Cloutier
Quebec, Canada

Alayna Coverly
Ann Arbor, Michigan

Jennifer Cronin
Chicago, Illinois

Daniel Dallmann
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Margaret Davis
Ann Arbor, Michigan

Cara DeAngelis
Brookfield, Connecticut

Mike Demi
Milroy, Pennsylvania

David Dorsey
Pittsford, New York



Essay by: Anne Keener


Jacob Dudley
Los Angeles, California

Matthew Durante
Reno, Nevada

John Ferry
Prairie Village, Kansas

Meghan Flynn
Yakima, Washington

Martha Gaustad
Toledo, Ohio

Jason Lee Gimbel
Denver, Colorado

Allan Gorman
West Orange, New Jersey

Jason Guynes
Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Yolande Heijnen
New York, New York

Lee Heinen
Cleveland, Ohio

Chris Hyndman
Chicago, Illinois

Ricki Klages

Alexander Klein
Troy, Ohio

Rob Kolomyski
St. Paul, Minnesota

Elaine Kurie
Sparta, New Jersey

Andrew Leventis
Charolette, North Carolina


Chris Liberti
Charlotte, North Carolina

Dustin London
Ann Arbor, Michigan

Eileen MacArthur
Arthur, Ontario, Canada

Daniel Maidman
Brooklyn, New York

Monika Malewska
Huntingdon, Pennsylvania

Michael McCaffrey
Lawrence, Kansas

Alan McGowan
Edinburgh, Scotland

Marcus Michels
Hattiesburg, Mississippi

Livia Mosanu
Princeton, New Jersey

Michael Nauert
Chicago, Illinois

Natalie Niblack
Mount Vernon, Washington

Michael Nichols
Bowling Green, Kentucky

Jenniffer Omaitz
Kent, Ohio

Orlando, Florida

Ian Reynolds
Baltimore, Maryland

Bruce Riley
Chicago, Illinois

Nadine Robbins
Stanfordville, New York

Tammy Salzl
Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Stephanie Schechter
Providence, Rhode Island

Robert Schefman
West Bloomfield, Michigan

Lauren Schiller
Middletown, New Jersey

Benjamin Shamback
Mobile, Alabama

Amanda Smith
Omaha, Nebraska

David Smith
Ballymote, County Sligo, Ireland

Nathan Sullivan
Keene, New Hampshire

Samual Weinberg
Saint Paul, Minnesota

Claire Whitehurst
Ridgeland, Mississippi

Derek Wilkinson
Emporia, Kansas

Stephen Wright
Valley Village, California

Lin Yi-Yang
Chalon-sur-Saône, France


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