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Jury location

(dropoff and pickup)


225 S. Valley Road Paoli, PA 19301

Exhibit location

(dropoff and pickup)


1001 Chesterbrook Blvd

Berwyn, PA 19312

Exhibited Paintings

Penn Medicine at Valley Forge

Jury Process:

Work is to be delivered at the St. David's Episcopal Church for jurying between 10:00 A.M. and 12:30 P.M. Members may enter two (2) pieces for each jury. No work will be accepted after 12:30 P.M., when the jury process begins.  The jury process is done during the general meeting and may run longer than the meeting. Accepted artwork should be delivered to and picked up from Penn Medicine at Valley Forge per schedule below. Find out here about artwork SUBMISSION GUIDELINES.


This show will be juried at the October 21, 2020 membership meeting by Teresa DeSeve. Teresa DeSeve is a nationally recognized artist working predominantly in the medium of pastel. Known for her large figure paintings exploring the human experience, Teresa seeks to engage the viewer in relating to her subjects.
     Born in Beloit, Wisconsin in 1948, it was a family relocation to Pennsylvania when she was fifteen, that introduced her to her first major museums, and a thought about becoming a painter.
     “Although, I explored many styles and mediums and subjects, I never abandoned the figure, nor a representational form” she states.
     Teresa is a Signature and Master Pastellist with the Pastel Society of America. She is a Signature Member of the Philadelphia Watercolor Society, and a winner of their Crest Medal for excellence. A teacher of pastel for the past fifteen years, Teresa has fostered many painters. Her work has been featured in Pastel Journal magazine and Pastelgram. She is represented in private collections and Gallery 222, of Malvern, PA.


This show will be juried at the January 20, 2021 membership meeting by Nancy Barch. The art career of Nancy Barch started with illustration, then watercolor and now mixed media.
    She has been a member of the National Watercolor Society, the American Watercolor Society and many others over the years. After many awards for her watercolors and an equal amount of recognition for watercolor, the switch to mixed media was quite a challenge. However, Nancy’s work is now in the collections of many corporations in Philadelphia such as Morgan Stanley, Liberty Properties, AIG, Bank America, Lincoln Investment and many more. Her work has also been featured in 100 Artists of the Mid Atlantic, published by Amazon.com.



This show will be juried at the March 17, 2021 membership meeting by Kass Morin Freeman. Freeman is an elected member of the American Watercolor Society and the National Watercolor Society.  Other signature memberships include the Transparent Watercolor Society of America, Pennsylvania Watercolor Society, Northeast Watercolor Society and Philadelphia Water Color Society.
     As an award winning artist, Freeman has won more than 150 major awards in national, international and regional art exhibitions; earning the Sylvan Grouse Guild Award Medal from the Pennsylvania Watercolor Society and the Crest Medal from the Philadelphia Water Color Society for continued excellence in watercolor, the High Winds Medal and Hardie Gramatky Award from the American Watercolor Society, Gold and Keystone Award Medals from the Pennsylvania Watercolor Society and Anna Hyatt Huntingdon Medal from the Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club.
    Educated at the Moore College of Art and Design and Tyler School of Fine Art, Philadelphia, PA, Freeman has been involved for more than thirty years as teacher, juror and workshop instructor with many groups and art institutions.