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international painting annual 9 exhibition-in-print
online resource


about the INPA 9

For the INPA 9 Manifest received 1313 submissions from 399 artists in 43 states and 19 countries. Entries represented works made from 2015 through mid-2018. The publication will include 122 works by 73 artists from 32 states, Washington D.C., and 5 countries including Colombia, Ireland, Germany, Taiwan, and the United States. A written work by Will Paradis is also included.

Ten volunteer professional and academic advisors qualified in the fields of art, design, criticism, and art history juried the ninth 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.




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172 pages, 73 artists, 122 works
Available in hardcover with dustjacket


$45 Hardcover



Margery Amdur
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Lisa Bryson
Jamul, California

Neil Callander
Fayetteville, Arkansas

Hui-Chin Cho
Tainan, Taiwan

Larine Chung
Bellevue, Washington

Elliot Clausen
Indianapolis, Indiana

Daniel Dallmann
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Cam DeCaussin
Phoenix, Arizona

Shiqing Deng
Brooklyn, New York

Jan Dickey
Honolulu, Hawaii

David Dorsey
Pittsford, New York

Tyler Evin
West Fargo, North Dakota

John Ferry
Prairie Village, Kansas

McGarren Flack
Saint George, Utah

Bart Forbes
Plano, Texas

Felicia Forte
Hamtramck, Michigan

Ivan Fortushniak
Indiana, Pennsylvania

Zoey Frank
Loveland, Colorado

Martin Geiger
Staunton, Virginia



Essay by: Will Paradis


Grant Gilsdorf
Lewis Center, Ohio

Jason Lee Gimbel
Denver, Colorado

Claudia Hammer
Louisville, Kentucky

Ronna S. Harris
New Orleans, Louisiana

Claudia Hershman
Huntington Woods, Michigan

Megan Herwig
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Anton Höeger
Oberschleissheim, Germany

Philip Jackson
Oxford, Mississippi

Wendy Kawabata
Honolulu, Hawaii

Donald Keefe
Ooltewah, Tennessee

Ricki Klages
Laramie, Wyoming

David Kohan
Oak Park, Illinois

Rob Kolomyski
Woodbury, Minnesota

Elaine Kurie
Sparta, New Jersey

Anne Lindberg
Wilmington, North Carolina

Dustin London
Ann Arbor, Michigan

Renata Lucia
Houston, Texas

Perin Mahler
Laguna Beach, California

Monika Malewska
Huntingdon, Pennsylvania


Katherine Mann
Washington, District of Columbia

Susannah Martin
Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Hannah McBroom
Fayetteville, Arkansas

Michael Meehan
Brooklyn, New York

Rachel Moseley
Aptos, California

Catherine Mulligan
Bloomington, Indiana

Vince Natale
Woodstock, New York

Michael Nichols
Bowling Green, Kentucky

Justin Nostrala
Indianola, Iowa

Dana Oldfather
Newburgh Heights, Ohio

Gage Opdenbrouw
Oakland, California

Susan Palmisano
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Colin Poole
Santa Fe, New Mexico

Daniel Riesmeyer
Bozman, Maryland

Emil Robinson
Cincinnati, Ohio

Pegah Samaie
Mission Viejo, California

José Wilfredo Sanchez
Medellin, Colombia

Erin Schaefer
Cincinnati, Ohio

Patricia Schappler
Bedford, New Hampshire


Robert Scobey
Nashville, Tennessee

Parker Seward
Florence, Alabama

Benjamin Shamback
Mobile, Alabama

David Smith
Ballymote, Ireland

Robin, Smith
Colorado Springs, Colorado

Teresa Stanley
McKinleyville, California

Carol Stewart
Columbus, Ohio

Martin Swift
Washington, District of Columbia

Tana Tapson
Sarasota, Florida

Cara Tomlinson
Portland, Oregon

Laura Waldo
Roanoke, Virginia

Thomas Walton
New Orleans, Louisiana

Sean Ware
Berea, Kentucky

Dennis Wojtkiewicz
Bowling Green, Ohio

Katelyn Wolary
Cincinnati, Ohio

Sam Woodfin
Bryan, Texas


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