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Art and Social Justice II

May 8 - June 26, 2021

The Ellington-White Contemporary Art Gallery (EWCG) as part of an ongoing commitment to promote the visual arts, and to fulfill our mission to enhance the quality of life for our community, invited artists, in a national competition, to submit entries for our second ART & SOCIAL JUSTICE national juried exhibition. From May 8 – June 26, thirty-six national artists exhibit forty-one works of art in the gallery and on-line with thoughtful and powerful creative statements that investigate  the artists feelings and thoughts on social injustice today. Art gives us an opportunity to look at the world from different perspectives. We hope that this exhibition will continue the discussion on the path to social justice for all. 


Rose-Ann San Martino

Rose-Ann San Martino is a professional artist, who has been a part of Ellington-White, an arts-based community development Corporation since 2008. She is currently a board member and grant writer for EWCDC. San Martino studied drawing and painting at the Corcoran School of Art in Washington, D.C. Her work has exhibited locally and nationally in group and solo exhibitions, and can be found in private collections throughout the United States.

Exhibition Artists

Aaron Wilder, Chicago IL

Alonzo Crawford, Washington DC

Andre Jones, Goldsboro NC

Danielle Cartier, Camden NJ

Kristine Hinrichs, Milwaukee WI

Robert Arbogast, St. Augustine FL

Richard Perry, Chapel Hill NC

Traci Mims, Saint Johns FL

Kylen Gulibeaux, Opelousas LA

Avrel Menkes, Bellmore NY

Denis DeLong, Charlotte NC

Valerie Ordas, Pompton Lakes NJ

Editha Mesina, New York NY

Jeremy Wangler, Topeka KS

Jo-Ann Morgan, Surfside Beach SC

Alexandra Beaumont, Minneapolis MN

Glenda Mah, Salem OR

Bill Salzillo, Utica NY

Mel Dugosh, Hondo TX

Joan Appel, Marshfield MA

Ana Gadish-Linares, Richmond CA

Eileen Skahill, Palmer Lake CO

Shanoor Devarj, Munster IN

Sueim Koo, Ridgefield NJ

Janet Braun-Reinitz, Brooklyn NY

Marguerite Houseworth, Plymouth NH

Tim Davis, Washington DC

Dana Wangsgard, Berea, KY

Pam Geisel, Yellow Springs OH

Sharon Whitham, Framingham MA

Marlene Adler, Glenside PA

Carolyn Harper, Narberth PA

Andrew Johnson, Fayetteville NC

Marble Surface

Award Winners

Richard Perry
A la Cerca (At the Fence)
Photography, 20 x 24     
1st Place
Jeremy Wangler
Digital Photography,  22 x 35
2nd Place
 Sueim Koo
Marriage Life, I was Covering my Eyes, Ears and Mouth
Mixed Media, 24 x 18
3rd Place

Honorable Mentions

Mel Dugosh, Gaslighter In Chief, traditional template hand appliqué, machine quilted, 44 x 36
Robert Arbogast, Circus Noir, Digitally Enhanced Gouache, 24.5 x 23
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