Catch the 9th Annual Juried Exhibition by the Pearland Arts League on July 20, 2019 at ReMax Top Realty office, 2911 South Sam Houston Parkway at the corner of Hwy. 288 and the Sam Houston Parkway.
This 9th Annual Juried event is free and open to the public from 3 to 7 p.m. Guests will view over 90 pieces of art on exhibit and available for purchase. The Juror is Ellen Orseck. Best of Show, 1st place, 2nd place and Honorable Mention awards will be presented in each of three categories of 2D painting, photography and 3D art. Guests can cast their votes to award the people’s choice selection.
Enjoy light refreshments and music by the Pearland Community Band Quintet before the awards presentation. Mr. Sam Ferreri of ReMax Realty and a grant from the City of Pearland Convention and Visitors Bureau support the 9th Annual Juried Exhibition.
About Ellen Orseck
Ms. Orseck earned her Maters Degree in painting from New York University, which included one semester in Venice, Italy and two in New York City. As an undergraduate, Orseck studied painting at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore and earned a master’s degree in museum education at George Washington University.
Throughout her career, Orseck has earned public arts commissions from state arts councils, corporate collectors and private patrons in Texas, Oklahoma, Virginia, the District of Columbia and Maryland. Her largest public commission was a mural awarded by the National Endowment for the Arts in her hometown of Baltimore, Maryland. From a group of 1,600 Texas artists, Orseck was selected as one of the 105 finalists for The Hunting Prize. Her watercolor designs were used to create Torah covers for Congregation Brith Shalom in Houston and her artwork has been featured at the Jewish Community Center in Houston for exhibits that focus on the High Holy Days.
Orseck is an art instructor at Rice University Susanne M. Glasscock School of Continuing Studies. She is represented by the Nicole Longnecker Gallery in Houston and works from her studio at 2101 Winter Street.
About Pearland Arts League
The Pearland Arts League (PAL) began as a ‘brain-storming’ session in October 2003, initiated by Pearland Mayor Tom Reid among a diverse group of Pearland-area residents, brought together by a shared interest in promoting fine arts within the community.
The group’s purpose centers on incorporating the artistic talents of local residents under one community umbrella. Governed by an elected board, the PAL structure is a self-governing, community-directed non-profit entity with membership open to everyone in the Pearland area. PAL-sanctioned events showcasing talent take place around the city regularly.