The Taubman Museum of Art is pleased to announce its second juried triennial, Homeward Bound, a major exhibition present

Past Exhibitions

Homeward Bound 2021: Juried Triennial

Friday, December 17, 2021 - Sunday, March 06, 2022

The Taubman Museum of Art is pleased to announce its second juried triennial, Homeward Bound, a major exhibition presenting recent work (2017-2019) in all media by artists currently residing in Virginia.

Juried by Nandini Makrandi, Chief Curator of the Hunter Museum of Art in Chattanooga, Tennessee, Homeward Bound showcases the Commonwealth's finest talent. Working diligently on over a thousand artwork entries, Ms. Makrandi has selected the final artists and artworks that comprise the Homeward Bound exhibition.

The juried winners of the exhibition include:

3rd Place: Jason Horowitz, Arlington, North Abingdon Street, Arlington, VA
2nd Place: Leigh Suggs, Richmond, Making a Chance
1st Place: Eva Rocha, Richmond, Silent Chorus

As the 1st Place winner, Eva will receive a solo exhibition in the Taubman Museum of Art's David R. and Susan S. Goode Regional Gallery.

Congratulations to all of the Homeward Bound Exhibiting Artists: 

Alexis Gomez, Amber Rodgers, Amy McCuen-Rehor, AnaMarie Liddell, Andrea Donnelly, Angus Carter, Anne Waldrop, Annie Layne, Anthony Holmquist, Betsy Bannan, Brendan Baylor, Brian Kreydatus, Cary Loving, Cassandra Kim, Cate West Zahl, Catherine Day, Cavan Fleming, Chawky Frenn, Chris Cohen, Debra Balestreri, Deliece Blanchard, Edward Bordett, Edward Tepper, Eileen French, Elizabeth Heil, Eva Rocha, Fiona Ross, Gerry Bannan, Jason Horowitz, Jeffery Stockberger, Jennifer Lovejoy, Jill Kerttula, Jim Burtch, John Roth, Jon Roark, Jonathan Lee, Ju Yun, Jubee Lee, Judith Pratt, Keith Mills, Krista Townsend, Kristin Skees, Laura Allen, Leigh Suggs, Lilianne Milgrom, Lisa Noble, Madison Hansen, Manal Deeb, Maryanna Williams, Michele Montalbano, Nils Westergard, Octavia Frazier, Pam Sutherland, Peter Allen, Pippi Miller, Richard Mallory Allnutt, Robert Sulkin, Robert Schultz, Robin Harris, Rod Marshall-Roth, Ross Arkell, Sarah Irvin, Sarah Phillips, Shannon Gilbert, Sherrie Hunt, Stacey Evans, Sue Wrbican, Susan Iverson, Suzanna Fields, Tanja Softic, Tim O'Kane, Wayne Fitzgerald, Will Connally, Zofie King

The exhibition is on view December 17, 2021-March 6, 2022 in the Media Lab, the American Art Gallery, and the Peggy Macdowell Thomas, Susan Macdowell Eakins, and Thomas Eakins Gallery.

We hope you enjoy this short video featuring Eva Rocha discussing her winning work, Silent Chorus.

 

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(Left to right, top to bottom)

Lilianne Milgrom, Selfie Series 1, 2017, Acrylic on canvas, Fairfax, VA

Angus Carter, Guardians of Ritual, 2019, Mixed media, West Augusta, VA

Sarah Irvin, Cyanotype Archives: View-Master Reels, 2019, Cyanotype, Richmond, VA

Cassandra Kim, Doe of Cleves, 2019, Oil and acrylic on canvas, Richmond, VA

Pippi Miller, Round and Round, 2019, Photograph, Blacksburg, VA

Rod Marshall-Roth, Rocky Knob 2, 2019, Watercolor on paper, Charlottesville, VA

Sue Wrbican, Ship Split 10, 2019, Archival pigment print, Alexandria, VA

Pam Sutherland, Isola 5 (death), 2016, Pencil, collage on paper, North Chesterfield, VA

Will Connally, Fur-Lined Coffin (Downriver from Elster), 2019, Archival Inkjet print, Richmond, VA

Amy McCuen-Rehor, Production Box, 2017, Wood, metal, acrylic paint, Roanoke, VA

Kristin Skees, Eliza June, 2019, Digital photograph, Williamsburg, VA

Krista Townsend, The Kitchen of My Childhood, 2019, Oil on canvas, Charlottesville, VA