'Late Bloomer' Is Off Again!

Whitney Tates

I recently submitted my most favorite pieces, 'Late Bloomer' to another juried art show happening soon. And she was accepted! I'm excited to announce that for the second time, I will be exhibiting my work in the Masur Museum's Annual Juried Art Show in Monroe, Louisiana. I'm thrilled with how well received this piece has been and I couldn't be more happy that she'll get to hang with other artists from across the country. This marks the 4th gallery that 'Late Bloomer' will be showing in. From the R.W. Norton Art Gallery, to the Longview Museum of Fine Art in 2023's Bloom exhibition to her home at the Gallery @ The Andress, her final leg of her tour will be the Masur Museum of Art in Monroe.

More info: 

The Masur Museum of Art Presents
61st Annual Juried Competition
Sponsored by The Northeast Louisiana Arts Council

Juror: Kerry Inman, Inman Gallery of Houston, TX
Exhibition on view February 22 – May 4, 2024
Public Reception TBA

About the Exhibition
The Masur Museum of Art’s Annual Juried Competition showcases contemporary artists throughout the United States of America working in any medium. First started in 1964, the Annual Juried Competition is the Masur Museum’s longest-running tradition and one of its best-reviewed exhibitions each year. Annually, 700-1000 recent artworks are submitted by artists all over the nation, in all styles and media. The Masur Museum is proud to offer cash awards totaling $3,200.

Announcing this year’s guest juror: Kerry Inman
Kerry Inman is the owner and director of Inman Gallery in Houston, Texas. Founded in 1990, the gallery has hosted over 200 exhibitions in its 33-year history. The gallery represents emerging and established artists with a connection to Texas, as well as the estate of Texas modernist Dorothy Antoinette (Toni) LaSelle. Kerry also serves on the board of the Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston.

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