Happy New Year — Tom Picard, artist, and long-time member of the Salmagundi Club, selected the January and February 2010 N*des-of-the-Month with an eye towards variety and originality. His frequent comment was “Let’s take that one, it’s different.” Looking at the calendar itself, you can see sweetness of his choices — some are new to the calendars and others have been seen before. Old and new alike, they play well together.If we are still shell shocked with two wars continuing, with the loss of more than 7 million jobs since September of 2008, and with the federal budget deficit being out of control, we may be relieved to see that January and February N*des of the Month offer a welcome respite to these woes, as the customary February thaw is a brief relief from winter. February is luscious without being impolite—truly a calendar to soothe. At the end of the session, Picard noted that he liked the process, calling it “interesting and fun,” and that he “tried to vary it.”
The 31 artists represented in January, 2010, in day order are:
1* Jean Marcellino, 2 Guenter Knop, 3 Chanit Roston, 4 Michael Apice, 5 William Thierfelder, 6 John Luce Lockett, 7 Hector Olvera, Etor, 8 C. Charles Wang, 9 Ilene Skeen, 10 Jon Rettich, 11* Judith Araujo-Volkmann, 12* Mollie Kellogg, 13 Malorie Shannon, 14* Donelli J. DiMaria, 15 Harald Grote, 16 Cindy Sibilsky, 17 Joseph Mays, 18 Dan McCormack, 19 Gary Paul Stutler, 20* BEN RIVIERE-NAZARENO, 21 Noah Aronson, 22 William Jobling, 23 Kristina Laurendi Havens, 24 Will Maller, 25 Tom Gore, 26 Tony Lee, 27 Gil Conradis, 28 Penelope Przekop, 29 Bill Teitsworth, NWS, 30 Jacqui Morgan, 31 Haydee Torres.
The 28 artists represented in February, 2010, in day order are:
1* Chanit Roston, 2 Mollie Kellogg, 3 Kelly Borsheim, 4* Janet A. Cook, 5 Stephen Panoushek, 6 Tony Lee, 7 William Thierfelder, 8 Tina Johnston, 9 Terry Hinkle, 10* David Michael Hollander, 11 Bill Teitsworth, NWS, 12 Peter King, 13 Kelly Croisdale, 14 William Jobling, 15 Grant Besley, 16* Christopher Smith, 17 Guenter Knop, 18 Anthony Gordon, 19 Sara Swan, 20 Ilene Skeen, 21 Jean Marcellino, 22 Susan (SZN) Kraft, 23* Joseph Mays, 24 Aryn Chapman, 25 Gary Paul Stutler, 26 Michael Apice, 27 tim woodhouse, 28 Kathy Ostman Magnusen.
Each of the artists selected for the calendar receives two (2) complimentary listings.You can also vote for “My Favorite N*de,” the poll which includes all of the art in the calendar. The top three artists in “My Favorite N*de” receive one (1) complementary listing. Five artists, indicated by asterisks (*), are nominated for the Curators Choice Awards. Curators’ Choice nominees receive 8 additional complimentary listings. There is also a Curators' Choice poll which is a combination of public voting and the voting by past curators. The top three artists receive cash prizes. The polls close on the 28th of the month and the winners are announced on the first day of the following month. In the case of these calendars, February 1 and March 1, respectively
The January and Feburary calendars are in previews now (for members only). January will go live to the public on New Years at midnight. February will go live on February 1.
The goal of barebrush is to increase the awareness, appreciation and acceptance of the art of the nude. Founded in 2006, the current calendars are numbers 41 and 42.
dedicated to the art of the nude
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