Awards and Exhibits received by Lucy Graves-McVicker this year, 2011:


Awards: 2011 
June - "Deep Water's Treasures", wins The Glenn Bradshaw Award, National Society of  Painters in Casein and Acrylic
July - "Eventide" wins The Merit Award, GSWS Members Show, Medford, NJ
August - "Taking Root" wins Garden State Watercolor Society's Members Award, Princeton, NJ
September - "Grounds for Sculpture - Winter" wins The Monmouth Museum Award, NJ


Juror: 2011
September - Awards Juror, American Artists Professional League, NJ Chapter, Renaissance Center for the Arts, Millville, NJ 


Solo Show - 2011 
September - "This Fragile Earth", The Chapin Gallery, Princeton, NJ


Group Shows in 2011
March - The George Segal Gallery, Montclair State College, Montclair, NJ
June - National Society of Painters in Casein and Acrylic Open Juried show, New York, NY
August - Garden State Watercolor Society Open Juried show, Princeton, NJ
September - New Jersey Watercolor Society's Open Juried show, Monmouth Museum, NJ
September - Phillips Mill Annual Juried Show, New Hope, Pennsylvania
October - "A Different View 2", Invitational exhibition, Coryell Gallery, Lambertville,NJ




A Short Bio of Lucy Graves-McVicker:


  After graduating from Principia College with a BA degree in Fine Art, Lucy Graves McVicker continued her studies at Parsons School of Design, The Brodsky Center at Rutgers University and the Printmaking Council in New Jersey. Since 1990, her artworks have been shown in over 80 exhibitions, 38 of them in juried competitions - both national and state-wise, and awards have been given to her in 13 of these shows including a Gold Medal from the Audubon National juried show in New York, NY and the Bristol -Myers Squibb Purchase Award. She has had numerous one and two person shows in various galleries, including Rider University, and she is at present represented by The Coryell Gallery in Lambertville, New Jersey. She is an active art teacher and juror, and her works are included in numerous public and private collections including Johnson and Johnson, DuPont Corporation, Capital Health System, ADP Corporation, Princeton University, and New Jersey State Council of the Arts.