The Helen Bumpus Gallery was established in 1968 through the generosity of my grandmother Helen McBurnie Bumpus with a gift to the Town of Duxbury, Massachusetts. It sponsors a series of art exhibits, receptions, demonstrations, and gallery talks, an award and scholarship program, and collaborative endeavors with other community organizations. Learn more.
Calling all artists & photographers to submit your best "Dream" inspired art & photography for our juried event.
First prize - $250.00 American Express gift card
Second prize - $100.00 American Express gift card
Third prize - $50.00 American Express gift card
Our panel of judges:
Chris Lewis: A resident of Marshfield, MA. Chris is creative director for Lighthouse Publications headquartered in Pittsfield, MA. Chris has an extensive background in art design and photography, and has worked with companies such as Microsoft, IBM, McGraw Hill, Cisco, and Oracle. Lifestyle magazines include Cape Cod Travel Guide, Cape Cod Magazine, Chatham Magazine, South Shore Living, to name a few.
Sergio Roffo: Residing in Scituate, MA. Sergio’s captivating depictions of the New England landscape have been included in a variety of museum exhibitions and have earned him many awards, including two prestigious "Grumbacher Gold Medals" and the “Yankee Sagendorph Award”; presented by Yankee Magazine. He holds the honor of being one of the youngest artists to be designated a “Copley Master” by the Copley Society of Boston. Sergio Roffo is an elected “Fellows” member of the American Society of Marine Artists and an elected member of the Guild of Boston Artists.
Terry Vose: A Duxbury, MA. resident with a lifelong passion for art, Terry Vose’s art credentials are unprecedented. Founded in 1841, Vose Galleries on Newbury Street in Boston is the oldest family-owned art gallery in America - Handling fine American artwork from the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries, as well as realist work by living American artists.
This will be an online judging by our three person panel, so send us your best digital files. If photographing art, photograph it unframed, and make sure it’s evenly lit and in focus. Framed images will not be accepted for digital viewing by the judges.