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2019

20th Annual National Juried Exhibition September 19 - October 2, 2019

William Schultz, AIS Founder and Mentor, 1919-2005 “Twilight Shining” 14x18 oil

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Letter from the CEO/President and A/S Officers Greetings and a warm welcome to the Big Apple and the beautiful, historic Salmagundi Club…home of our milestone 20th Annual American Impressionist Society National Juried Exhibition! It is such an honor for AIS to exhibit here in New York and such a fitting place to celebrate our twentieth anniversary. This year’s exhibition features 150 juried works from our members as well as works from our AIS Masters, Founders and Officers, for a total of nearly 175 paintings. This is an exceptional collection of some of the finest Impressionist paintings available today. Sincere congratulations to this year’s juried artists for their outstanding achievement in being selected for this prestigious exhibition. The American Impressionist Society was founded in 1998 by Florida artists William Schultz, Charlotte Dickinson, and Marjorie Bradley of Vero Beach, and Pauline Ney, of Ellenton. Their goal was, and our goal continues to be, to promote the appreciation of American Impressionism and to provide artists working in the Impressionist genre with exhibition, educational and networking opportunities. We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation. We currently have over 1600 active members across the United States. Membership in AIS is open to American Impressionist artists who are legal U.S. residents and anyone who would like to support AIS as a supporting member or patron. Please visit our website, www.americanimpressionistsociety.org or follow us on Facebook and Twitter to stay up to date on the latest events and opportunities. You will find more information about membership on our website and also on the inside back page of this catalog. Putting together an exhibition of this caliber takes an extraordinary amount of time and hard work, and we would personally like to thank everyone who has had a part in this year’s show. From the board and officers of the Salmagundi Club, to all of our generous sponsors, all of our volunteers, our members and donors, all who submitted work for jurying this year, the jury panel, our esteemed AIS Masters, our judge of awards and workshop instructor Kevin Macpherson, AISM (who was our very first Best of Show award winner in 1999!), our AIS Board, Founders and Educational Program Director Vanessa Rothe, sincere thanks to you all. This show would not be possible without each and every one of you. Thank you for your time, your hard work and your dedication to AIS. Finally, it’s our pleasure to invite you to enjoy this beautiful collection of Impressionist works of art. We encourage you to contact us when you find one that speaks to your heart. On behalf of our Board, founder Charlotte Dickinson, and Co-founder Pauline Ney, thank you so much for your support of American Impressionism and the American Impressionist Society, Inc, and thank you for celebrating with us as we mark our 20th Anniversary National Juried Exhibition here in New York City! Warmest wishes, Debra Joy Groesser, AIS CEO/President Don Groesser, AIS National Treasurer Cheryl St. John, AIS Vice President Doreen St. John, AIS Secretary

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Juror of Awards Kevin Macpherson, AISM Bio Kevin Macpherson’s intent as a painter is to capture the light that infuses every scene. He is a magician of light and shadow, but more than that, he distills the essence from the landscape, creating a finished painting that is both universal and very personal. A few pure paint colors, masterfully blended, turn into thousands of nuanced, impressionistic brush strokes. From a freely applied abstract foundation, a colorful representation emerges. Kevin paints fast, accurately, and intuitively, using methods that are grounded in years of academic training. His paintings are poetic, and his vocabulary is color. Besides an accomplished painter, Kevin is a gifted writer and published author as well as a teacher and guest lecturer. He is regarded as a master mentor, a reputation well earned by years of teaching international workshops and giving personal guidance to many aspiring artists. In addition to several videos, he has authored four books, Reflections on a Pond, Fill Your Oil Paintings With Light and Color, Landscape Painting-Inside and Out, and Conversations With Nature: Oil Painting in the Tradition of Plein Air. Kevin has been a producer of a nationwide 13-part television series “Passport and Palette.”

“If light and air are the subjects, then there are never-ending views of the same scene. My goal for all paintings is to orchestrate the momentary effect into a complete statement.” ~Kevin Macpherson

Kevin Macpherson was the first president of the prestigious Plein Air Painters of America. He is a Master Artist of the California Art Club (CAC), the American Impressionist Society (AIS), and Oil Painters of America (OPA). Galleries in New Mexico, South Carolina, China and California represent his work. Kevin founded “Art Ambassador for a Colorful World” (artambassador.org), a nonprofit foundation for teaching art and bringing joy to the aspiring hearts of underprivileged children, especially in Central America and China. Throughout his career he has devoted significant energy nurturing the next generation. www.kevinmacpherson.com email: mwanda1901@yahoo.com “Abuela” Watercolor • 18x12 by Kevin Macpherson

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Letter from Founder, Charlotte Dickinson It is truly a historic event for the American Impressionist Society’s 20th National Exhibit to be hanging on the walls of the prestigious Salmagundi Club on 5th Avenue in New York City. This is the location that the first American Impressionists decided to meet when they returned from studying with Monet and the other Impressionists. It has remained their home base since that time. The AIS is being recognized as the next generation of Impressionist painters with the responsibility of creating great works and leaving a visible legacy of this century. We are all blessed to be part of a group that is able to exhibit in the best galleries in the USA, as well as being able to support each other, network, share ideas and inspire others. This was the initial intent when AIS was founded and it continues today. Our original founders, master artists, past and present presidents and officers, board, sponsors, members, and volunteers have all contributed to making a legacy to be proud of in AIS. We must especially thank Debra Joy Groesser and Don Groesser for stepping forward to bring the AIS to where it is today. When TR Dickinson and I were preparing to retire and were looking for someone to take the reins of AIS, TR said “God put Debra’s name on my lips.” We truly believe it was help from above that brought us together, as we had only met her once prior to that time. We have been thankful ever since. Debra and Don both know and are dedicated to the premises of fairness and integrity, which has made the AIS one of the most respected art organizations in America. Respectfully Yours, Charlotte Dickinson, AIS Founder

“American Impressionism is the favorite genre of the American People”

~ Joy Eakin, longtime AIS Secretary

The History of AIS as told by Charlotte Dickinson, Founder Transcribed from Charlotte’s video on the “About Us” section of our website. “Many years ago, while taking my mentor, Charles Movalli, to the airport after a wonderful workshop, he asked me, “Do you know William Schultz? He’d be like a finishing school for you.” When I got home, I called Bill Schultz and studied with him for the next ten years with his teaching, his mentoring and his inspiration. He was the most wonderful teacher! I wanted to pay it forward and help him find more venues to exhibit his work. I approached the Lake Wales Art Center in Florida and asked if they would be willing to show our work. They said they only show affiliated artists and asked if we were affiliated and I said, “Oh yes!” Then as I left the building I thought to myself “oh liar, liar pants on fire!” But I made up for it…and when I got home I called Bill Schultz, Marjorie Bradley and Pauline Ney, and we got affiliated. Hence our first show was held at the Lake Wales Art Center with six artists showing. And look how it has grown. The AIS loves to help artists fulfill and reach their goals by having great venues all over the country to show their work.” For the rest of the story, you can view the entire video on the “About Us” section of our website.

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Rooted in French Impressionism and Carrying on the Tradition Today In Paris, France, around the mid 1800’s, there had existed for many years a famous annual fine art exhibition originally held in the upper rooms of the Louvre Palace, entitled “The Salon des Beaux Arts” (Beaux Arts meaning Fine Art). The Salon was explicitly curated and was an arduously juried exhibition of works meeting the highest standards of realist academic quality. They were indeed hostile toward any bold new art and stood by their rigorous approval methods. Often as many as 3,000 works were denied entrance. In 1863, there were a great many works refused to the Salon and Napoleon, not wanting to upset the artists and voters as it was an election year, hence created the Salon de Refusés, for the refused works that did not meet the rigorous realist criteria to be shown together. It was here that the new works by artist Edouard Manet were shown depicting everyday scenes with the use of more lively visual brushwork. Instead of the usual iconic heroic, historical or mythical based themes, Manet’s works allowed the viewer into the scene themselves, paintings from daily life with characters that one could actually recognize. His bold work influenced many artists, in particular, Claude Monet who had begun painting landscapes. Following his friend Eugène Boudin painting live on the shores of the Normandy coast and later influenced by the Barbizon School’s landscapes in the country, Monet became one of the first Impressionist painters. Before this time, every day scenes and simple landscapes were not considered final works of art, suitable to exhibit or sell. “Impressionism” as it later became known was a brand new form of art. Born from this new subject matter and the use of more color, bold visible brushwork, and especially portraying the effects of light and atmosphere, Impressionism, at first looked down upon as unfinished works, became one of the most well known art genres of the art world. French Impressionism spread not only to other areas of the world such as Russia, but had a profound impact on some important Americans studying abroad in France. www.AmericanImpressionistSociety.org

Mary Cassatt, John Singer Sargent, James McNeil Whistler, Guy Rose and many more, all picked up influences from this new style of painting and began to incorporate its colors and effects into their works. Unlike the newspapers and buyers in Paris, American collectors seemed to be more open and accepting of this new style of work. One very important art dealer from the time, Mr. Durand Ruel, took this influence one step further by bringing over 300 Impressionist works by Eduard Monet, Edgar Degas, Berthe Morisot, Auguste Renoir, Camille Pissarro, Gustave Caillebotte, and more to New York in 1886 in an important exhibition that would reach and directly influence more American painters such as Childe Hassam and William Merit Chase. These early American Impressionists later formed groups such as The Ten, including Robert Reid, John H. Twachtman, Edmund Tarbell, Willard Metcalf, Whistler and Chase. They would funnel down the Impressionists techniques, colors and influence to the rest of America in their own schools and ateliers. Impressionism had spread from these first schools on the East coast all the way to the West by 1910 and lasted till about 1935 creating legendary California Impressionists artists such Edgar Payne, William Wendt and of course Guy Rose who had painted alongside Monet himself. The American Impressionist Society, Inc. define American Impressionism as “The concern for light on form, color, and brushstrokes. Allowing equal latitude between these attributes, and recognizing not a single definitive element, but several factors–including high key light and hue, visual breakdown of detail, concern for contemporary life, and cultivation of direct and spontaneous approaches to a subject.” AIS is very proud to have grown to be one of the most respected national art organizations in America. Rooted in this rich history, we aim to continue the tradition. AIS preserves the Impressionist values and endeavors to bring you new works from artists working in the tradition today each year in our annual exhibitions such as this. We thank you for your continued support. Vanessa Françoise Rothe AIS Educational Advisor and Signature Member

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A/S Legacy Awards

In 2003, Mary Garrish noted an ad for the American Impressionist Society and immediately joined. Soon after, she met Charlotte Dickinson at a workshop that Bill Schultz was teaching in Vero Beach. Bill was Charlotte’s mentor and is to whom AIS is dedicated. In 2005 Mary left a career in ENT Surgery, and transitioned to painting full time Later that year, Charlotte asked Mary to take the helm of the organization and Mary responded enthusiastically. At that time, AIS had a smaller membership, and Mary sought to increase that membership and quality of the shows. There were a few Signature members, but few of national prominence. At a CW Mundy workshop in France in 2006, Mary began to strategize with CW. They soon became friends and began planning to expand and strengthen AIS membership, an effort which went on for the next six years! CW proposed adding a new category of Master members, and both Mary and CW began to invite a number of nationally prominent painters. At the same time, Mary went to the AIS board to boost the advertising budget in order to increase membership. She also started offering workshops in conjunction with the AIS shows and had Master artists teach at those events.

AIS grew steadily in prominence and membership while Mary was President from 2005 through 2009. She stepped down in early 2009 to work on her painting but served as Vice President of AIS for the next few years. In 2012, Mary and CW helped organize a National Master Symposium in Indianapolis at the Herron School of Art and Design, where several Master AIS members instructed and at which CW was a special speaker.

CW Mundy and Mary Garrish met for the first time in France in 2006 through En Plein Air Masters, a mentorship art program organized by Kevin Macpherson. Following their meeting in France, Mary and CW’s friendship continued, sometimes meeting in Florida to paint together. At this time, Mary was President of the American Impressionist Society, and wanting to gain exposure for the organization. Mary asked CW to be involved with AIS, and invited him to judge and speak at the AIS National in Chicago in 2007. CW was again invited to judge the AIS National in 2010, this time in Nashville, TN. During these years, Mary and CW worked together to develop the “Masters” Category of AIS, to help promote and build the organization. The AIS National came to the Herron Art School in Indianapolis in 2012. Mary Garrish was very integral in the organization of the venues and events, and CW was invited to be one of the guest speakers. Mary and CW have worked closely together throughout these years, 2006 - 2012, to help promote and develop American Impressionist Society.

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A/S Exhibition History American Impressionist Society Exhibitions – 1999-2019

First group exhibition- works by seven AIS artists - Wales Arts Center, Florida, Jan. 7 - Feb. 15, 1999.

Annual National Juried Exhibitions and Best of Show Award Winners 1st Annual - Holiday Inn Oceanside, Vero Beach FL. Nov. 27-28, 1999. Kevin Macpherson, Best of Show 2nd Annual - Cincinnati Art Club, Cincinnati, OH. Aug. 25 - Sept. 3, 2000. Ray Roberts, Best of Show 3rd Annual - William Lester Gallery, Port Reyes Station, CA. Oct. 2001. Frank Gannon, Best of Show 4th Annual - Morro Bay Art Association, San Luis Obispo, CA. Oct. 2002. Calvin Liang, Best of Show 5th Annual - Charlotte Flinn Gallery, Vero Beach FL. Nov. 2003. Erin Rosen, Best of Show 6th Annual - Nichols Taos Fine Art Gallery, Taos, NM. June 2005. Kathleen Newman, Best of Show 7th Annual - Rockport Center for the Arts, Rockport, TX. Apr. 5 - May 6, 2006. Diane Eugster, Best of Show 8th Annual - Hilligoss Gallery, Chicago, IL. May 2007. Marci Oleszkiewicz, Best of Show 9th Annual - Coda Gallery, Palm Desert, CA. Nov. 22 - Dec. 21, 2008. Kathleen Dunphy, Best of Show 10th Annual - Saks Gallery, Denver, CO. Oct. 23 - Dec. 2, 2009. Dan Schultz, Best of Show 11th Annual - Richland Fine Art, Nashville, TN. Oct. 7 - Nov. 3, 2010. Forrest Formsma, Best of Show 12th Annual - Mountainsong Galleries, Carmel, CA. Oct. 15 - Nov. 15, 2011. Kathryn Turner, Best of Show 13th Annual - Eckert & Ross Fine Art, Indianapolis, IN. Nov. 2012. (Included a Master Symposium at the Herron School of Art & Design, Indianapolis/Purdue University, Nov 9-11, 2012, with eight AIS Master Artists instructing.) Gladys Roldan-de-Moras, Best of Show 14th Annual - M Gallery/Principle Gallery, Charleston, SC. Oct. 2013. John Cook, Best of Show 15th Annual - Abend Gallery, Denver, CO. Oct. 2 - Nov. 1, 2014. Mark Boedges, Best of Show 16th Annual - Trailside Galleries, Scottsdale, AZ. Oct 1 - 29, 2015. James Richards, Best of Show 17th Annual - Howard Mandville Gallery, Kirkland, WA. Sept. 29 - Oct. 30, 2016. Adam Clague, Best of Show 18th Annual - Montgomery Lee Fine Art, Park City UT, Sept. 28 - Oct. 29, 2017. Jason Sacran, Best of Show 19th Annual - Guenzel Gallery, Peninsula School of Art, Fish Creek WI. Sept 27 - Oct. 28, 2018. Nancy Boren, Best of Show 20th Annual National Juried Exhibition - Salmagundi Club, NYC. Sept. 19 - Oct. 2, 2019 – to be announced Sept. 19, 2019

AIS Impressions Small Works Showcase Juried Exhibition Inaugural Exhibition - Randy Higbee Gallery, Costa Mesa CA. March 11-25, 2017. C.M. Cooper, Best of Show 2nd Annual - Greenhouse Gallery, Cincinnati OH. March 2018. Melanie Thompson, Best of Show 3rd Annual - Crooked Tree Arts Center, Petoskey MI, June 1 - Aug. 31, 2019. Abigail McBride, Best of Show

American Impressionist Society Charter Members 12/31/98 Peter Adams Floretta Anderson Melanie Ball Julia Capel Blick Joyce E. Bonar Margaret E. Bourque Marjorie L. Bradley, Co-Founder/Vice President Kathleen M. Brogan Shirley Bubendey Rubye Diane Burke Jane Butkovsky Beatrice M. Coates Linda Coburn Lois Constantine Pat Cross *Sue D. Crossland Isabelle Beutell Dayton *Adelaide DeAntonio Armand O. DeGrandis *Charlotte M. Dickinson, Founder/Secy-Treas. Ruth Dorn Maryann Douglas

John Ebersberger Genny Ekstrom Kelley G. Estes Priscilla Fallon Hank Fleck *Jerry Fresia Ruth Gilson Lucille Gruber Carol Graham Thera Grefe Thomas Anthony Hall Dorothy Biggers Harmon Barbara Harlin Stephen Hayes Martha Henderson *Roger Heuck Thomas W. Hogg Nettie Hoyt Dr. Michael Jaller Virginia James Dexter Johnson Katharine Johnson Gladys Kazigian Sue Kinder

Barbara Guthridge Landen Carol C. Lewis Lou Ann Lindsay *Emilee O. Lyons *Kevin Macpherson Wanda Macpherson Nadyne McKelvey Janette T. Maloy *Edy Martin Mary Massida Verlin Mayne Sheri Meketa Marti Meyer Gina Miller Helen P. Morgan Kathy Moss Erna Mueller *Sharon Nelson Marlis L. Newman Joseph R. Ney *Pauline S. Ney, Co-Founder/President Pat Olson Suzanne Owens

Joy Oxley Virginia F. Pate June C. Pearson Barbara Meade Piegari Ellen Plankey Sandi H. Prentis *Terry Proctor Shirley Prothro Winnie Rabbitt Nadya Schultz William Schultz, Co-Founder/Chairman Joyce Schumacher Claudia Seagle Cynia Shimm Frances Spangler Linda Stair Wayne Swiney Barbara S. Terry Heman M. Ward Joanne B. Ward Margaret Wasielewski Ann Weibel James Winecoff

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2019 Awards Over $70,000 in cash and merchandise 2019 Juried Cash Awards funded by AIS

Best of Show................................................................................................................................................................................................................................$12,000 Second Place............................................................................................................................................................................................................................... $ 8,000 Third Place.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... $ 4,000 William Schultz Memorial Award in Oils........................................................................................................................................................................... $ 1,000 Marjorie L. Bradley Memorial Associate Member Award............................................................................................................................................ $ 1,000 Dickinson Signature Member Award................................................................................................................................................................................. $ 1,000 Ney Founders Masters Award............................................................................................................................................................................................... $ 1,000 President’s Choice Award....................................................................................................................................................................................................... $ 1,000 Award of Excellence for Pastels............................................................................................................................................................................................ $ 1,000 Award of Excellence for Watermedia.................................................................................................................................................................................. $ 1,000

AIS 2019 Publication Sponsor Awards - Master Artists:

Southwest Art Magazine Master Award of Excellence............................................................................................................. Full page ad $3,380 value American Art Collector Master Award of Excellence.................................................................................................................Full page ad $3,400 value

AIS 2019 Publication Sponsor Awards - Juried Artists:

Fine Art Connoisseur Award of Excellence.....................................................................................................................................Full page ad $3995 value Plein Air Magazine Award of Excellence.........................................................................................................................................Full page ad $3995 value Southwest Art Magazine Award of Excellence ...........................................................................................................................Full page ad $3,380 value American Art Collector Award of Excellence ................................................................................................................................Full page ad $3400 value

Artists Choice Award: Fine Art Connoisseur Half Page Ad Award ($2,150 value), FASO Artists Websites 2 year Web Hosting ($600 value), Blue Ridge Oils $250, Blick/Utrecht $100, Rosemary Brushes $100 - Total Value = $3200

Merchandise Sponsor Awards: FASO Artist Websites Award of Excellence.............................................................................................Lifetime FASO Website Hosting ($3000 value) Artwork Archive Award of Excellence ............................................Artwork Archive 5 year Master Plan ($1140 value), Bella Muse Productions $500 cash, Jack Richeson & Co. $100 merchandise certificate Artwork Archive Award of Excellence............................................................................................ Artwork Archive 5 year Master Plan ($1140 value), Fredericksburg Artists School - $600 Scholarship Gamblin Artist Oils Awards of Distinction ................................................... Gamblin Artist Oils $500, JFM Enterprises $250, Princeton Brushes $300 Blue Ridge Oils Award of Distinction - Blue Ridge Oils $500, JFM Enterprises $250, Cheap Joe’s $250 gift certificates JFM Enterprises Award of Distinction...............................................................JFM Enterprises $500, Blue Ridge Oils $250, Wind River Arts $300 gift certificates Princeton Brushes Award of Distinction.....................................................Princeton Brushes$300, Golden Artist Colors$100, RayMar Art$125, Method Lights......................................................................................................................................$320, Airfloat $150 Gift Certificates, $100 cash (AIS) Award of Merit...........................................................................................................Revelite $500, Jack Richeson & Co. $125 merchandise certificates Award of Merit........................................................................................... Master Pak $300, Method Lights $130, Jack Richeson $150 gift certicates Award of Merit.................................................................... SourceTek Panels ($300 in panels), Blick/Utrecht $100 gift certificate, $200 cash (AIS) Honorable Mention.....................................................................................................Blick Art Materials/Utrecht $100 gift certificate, $200 cash (AIS) Honorable Mention............................................................................... Judson Art Outfitters/Guerilla Painter $100 gift certificate, $200 cash (AIS) Honorable Mention............................................................................... Judson Art Outfitters/Guerilla Painter $100 gift certificate, $200 cash (AIS)

Southwest Art All Member Plein Air Paintout “Wet Wall” Online Exhibition

Best of Show...... Method Lights $130, Artframes.com $300, Judson Art Outfitters/Guerilla Painter $100 gift certificates, $100 cash (AIS) Second Place............................................................................................................................................ Blick/Utrecht $100 gift certificate, $200 cash (AIS) Third Place....................................................................................................................................................Blick/Utrecht $100 gift certificate, $50 cash (AIS)

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Contributing Award Sponsors: Jack Richeson & Co. Wind River Arts Artframes.com Guerilla Painter/Judson Art Outfitters MasterPak Sourcetek

Friends of AIS:

Premium Award Sponsors: Gamblin Artist Oil Colors Blue Ridge Oils JFM Enterprises Princeton Artist Brush Co.

Supporting Award Sponsors: Blick/Utrecht Fredericksburg Artist School Method Lights Bella Muse Productions Revelite Cheap Joe’s

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Program Sponsors: Fine Art Connoisseur/Plein Air Magazine: Peter Trippi Lecture, refreshments for education day American Art Collector: Happy Hour Reception Southwest Art: “Southwest Art Saturday” All Member Paintout, Closing Party Blick/Utrecht: Utrecht Paint Factory Tour

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2019 Volunteers Many thanks to all of our committee chairs and volunteers who worked so hard to make this exhibition possible. A complete list of volunteers will be printed in our newsletters and on our Facebook page. Cheryl St John AIS – Catalog Coordinator Doreen St John AIS – Newsletter, Photography Vanessa Rothe AIS – Educational Programming Kathie Wheeler AIS – Social Media Tonya Zenin AIS – Graphic Design - Prospectus Stephanie Amato AIS – Graphic Design - Exhibition Ads, Website Mark Daly AIS

Barbara Jaenicke

Michelle Dunaway

Christine Pausche

Derek Penix AIS

Lori Feldpausch

CW Mundy

Roy Boswell

D.K. Palecek

Janet Anderson

Tony D’Amico AIS

Elizabeth Pollie AIS

Michele Byrne AIS

Kevin Barton AIS James Richards AIS

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A/S Master Artists AIS Masters are invited by the AIS Board of Directors and may sign “AISM” after their name. Masters are selected carefully and are considered to be leaders in the art community. Nationally known, they epitomize the highest level of impressionism and passionately give back to the society by sharing their knowledge.

Our AIS Masters Carolyn Anderson

Betty Carr

Albert Handell

Ned Mueller

Kenn Backhaus

Scott Christensen

Quang Ho

Camille Przewodek

Clayton J. Beck III

Kim English

Peggi Kroll-Roberts

C.W. Mundy

Roger Dale Brown

Jerry Fresia

Calvin Liang

William Schneider

Scott Burdick

Lois Griffel

Weizhen Liang

Zhiwei Tu

Nancy Bush

Huihan Liu

Kevin Macpherson

Dawn Whitelaw

Kenn Backhaus AISM “Another Round” 25 x 30 oil/linen • $10,500

Carolyn Anderson AISM “Summer at the Lake” 10x8 oil • $2000

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Weizhen Liang AISM “Still A Baby” 12x16 oil • $2,800

Calvin Liang AISM “Newport Sailboats” 20x16 oil on canvas • $3,100

Huihan Liu AISM “Prayer Wheel “12x16 oil • $5,900 10

Kevin Macpherson AISM “Abuela” 18x12 watercolor • $5,800 www.AmericanImpressionistSociety.org


Roger Dale Brown AISM “First Snow” 24x30 oil on linen • $6,900

Nancy Bush AISM “Acequia, Rociada Valley” 11x13 oil on linen • $3,500

Albert Handell AISM “Blue Mountain Falls” 19x24 oil • $14,500

Betty Carr AISM “Autumn’s Rhythmic Waters” 24x12 oil • $2,900 www.AmericanImpressionistSociety.org

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Ned Mueller AISM “Golden Hour-San Blas, Mexico” 12x10 oil on linen • $2,200

CW Mundy AISM “Sunflowers in Antique French Confit Jar” 18x18 oil on linen • $9,500

Peggi Kroll Roberts AISM “Cosmetics on Pink” 11 x 14 Acrylic • $1,200

Camille Przewodek AISM “Summer Reading” 20x16 oil • $4,500 12

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William Schneider AISM “A Simple Gift” 24 x 18 oil on Linen on Panel • $3,950

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Dawn Whitelaw AISM “Finding Dignity” 20x16 oil on linen • $2,200

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O fficers AIS 2019 Officers: Debra Joy Groesser, AIS President/CEO Cheryl St. John, AIS Vice President

Vanessa Rothe, AIS Educational Director Doreen St. John, AIS Secretary Don Groesser National Treasurer

Founders:

Board Members:

Charlotte Dickinson, AIS Pauline Ney, AIS, Co-founder Marjorie Bradley (1933-2016) William Schultz (1919-2005)

Charlotte Dickinson, AIS Theresa Proctor, AIS Mark Daly, AIS Doreen St. John, AIS

Debra Joy Groesser, AIS CEO/President “Laundry Day, Monhegan Island” 14x18 oil • $2,100

Cheryl St John, AIS Vice President “Crisp Autumn Day” 18x18 oil • $2,450

Vanessa Rothe, AIS Education Director “Bluebirds” 16x12 oil on linen • $1,400 14

Doreen St John, AIS Secretary “But I Go On Forever…” oil on linen panel 16x20 • $2,500 www.AmericanImpressionistSociety.org


Founders and Board Members

Charlotte Dickinson AIS, Founder, Board Member “Utopia” oil 22x28 • $3,700

Pauline Ney, Founder “Sunrise on the James” 11x14 oil on canvas • $2,500

Theresa Proctor AIS, Board Member “Frosty Morning” 20x24 oil • $2,400

Mark Daly AIS, Board Member “Drying Sails” 12x9 oil on linen • $2,500

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Juried Works

ROB ADAMSON “City Lights” Oil on board 24 x 24 • $2,400

WILLIAM ANGRESANO “The Man In the Bowler Hat” Oil on gessoed birch 20 x 16 • $1,800

JOE ANNA ARNETT “Captain Carl’s Pride” Oil 18 x 14 • $3,800

TOM BALDERAS “Impression - Figures in the Sun” Oil on board 24 x 22 • $3,500

CINDY BARON, AIS “Beauty in Form” Oil on linen board 24 x 24 • $5,400

CHULA BEAUREGARD “Winter Caucus” Oil 12 x 12 • $1,100

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BOB BECK, AIS “Eddie’s Tractor” Oil 20 x 24 • $2,200

DAN BECK, AIS “Fresh” Oil 24 x 18 • $4,200

LORI BERINGER “Revealed” Oil on canvas 18 x 14 • $1,300

DELIECE BLANCHARD “Ruskin’s Garden” Oil on canvas 22 x 28 • $1,800

STAN BLOOMFIELD “Cascade Creek” Soft Pastel 16 x 20 • $3,500

NANCY BOREN, AIS “My Little One” Oil on canvas 30 x 24 • $4,500

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Juried Works

BRENDA BOYLAN “Elgin Evening” Pastel on sanded paper 12 x 16 • $1,750

LON BRAUER “Longshoreman” Oil on panel 24 x 18 • $3,250

KELLY BREWER “Double Dip” Oil on Linen Panel 24 x 24 • $4,000

ANNE BLAIR BROWN, AIS “Cat Nap” Oil 16 x 16 • $3,200

BRIENNE BROWN “Sailing Buddies” Varnished watercolor on panel 17 x 21 • $2,400

LAUREL BUCHANAN “Peonies by the Garden Shed” Oil on panel 24 x 17 • $2,800

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JENNY BUCKNER, AIS “Fur” Oil 14 x 11 • $1,550

MICHELE BYRNE, AIS “Fifth Avenue Sunlight” Oil on Linen Panel 12 x 9 • $1,200

MAGGIE CAO “A Sunny Afternoon” Oil on linen panel 16 x 12 • $1,800

JIM CARSON, AIS “One Man’s Junk” Oil on linen panel 12 x 16 • $1,100

WANDA CHOATE “Children of Hope” Oil on board 14.75x12.25 • $3,800

JOSHUA CLARE “Kahana Crush” Oil 12 x 15 • $2,500

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Juried Works

MICHAEL CLARK “Fresh From The Garden” Oil on linen 24 x 20 • $1,450

DEDE COLLICOTT “Miss Ruth” Oil on board 12 x 12 • $500

AMY COLLINS “Daydreams” Oil on canvas 18 x 18 • $1,250

C.M. COOPER “Dreamland With Bunny” Oil on Canvas Panel 12 x 16 • $1,950

BILL CRAMER “Near the Divide” Oil on linen 20 x 20 • $3,100

NANCY CROOKSTON, AIS “Life Downstairs” Oil on board 30 x 24 • $5,300

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RICHARD DAHLQUIST, AIS “The Old Johnson Place” Oil 20 x 24 • $3,400

TONY D’AMICO, AIS “Snow Flurries on 5th” Oil 20 x 16 • $5,000

JULIE DAVIS,AIS “Texas Trifecta” Oil on panel 12 x 16 • $1,000

MARY JEAN DAVIS “Texas Wildflowers” Soft pastels 12 x 18 • $950

DEE BEARD DEAN, AIS “Art Lovers” Oil on linen 20 x 16 • $3,080

RICK J. DELANTY, AIS “Overshadowing” Oil on board 16 x 20 • $3,200

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SUSAN DIEHL “A Time To Remember” Oil 30 x 30 • $4,850

FRED DOLORESCO “Spring in Saugatuck” Oil/gesso board 16 x 20 • $1,800

FRANK EBER “The Ups and Downs” Watercolor 16 x 17 • $1,400

SUSAN ELWART HALL “kisskissluv” Gouache 12 x 9 • $900

DIANE EUGSTER “When The Rooster Crows” Oil on Canvas 24 x 18 • $3,775

MARK FARINA, AIS “Plein Air on Carmel Beach” Oil on linen 11 x 14 • $1,600

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BILL FARNSWORTH, AIS “Elba Time” Oil on linen 11 x 14 • $1,500

CATHERINE FASCIATO “Swirling” Oil on Linen Panel 20 x 16 • $2,500

TREY FINNEY, AIS “Breadwinner” Acrylic on panel 15 x 20 • $3,400

KAYE FRANKLIN, AIS “Fruits of Summer” Oil 12 x 16 • $2,000

JENNIFER FREEMAN “Don’t Hate Me Because I Am Beautiful” Oil on panel 8 x 8 • $650

LISA FRICKER, AIS “Unbridled” Oil on linen 18 x 18 • $1,800

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DIANE FROSSARD “The Pond” Oil on panel 8 x 16 • $1,600

ANTOANETA GEORGIEVA “Seaside Idyll” Watercolor on Paper 14 x 20 • $1,800

MARK GINGERICH, AIS “Gathering Wildflowers” Oil 24 x 18 • $2,800

LINDSEY BITTNER GRAHAM, AIS “Rough Stock Tango” Oil on board 28 x 25 • $5,200

TRENT GUDMUNDSEN “Hanging Linens” Oil on board 30 x 24 • $6,600

JOSEPH GYURCSAK, AIS “Columbia Square” Oil 12 x 16 • $1,400

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JULIE HANSON “Market” Oil/palette knife 14 x 18 • $2,000

ANN HARDY, AIS “Chickadee in Flowers” Oil 16 x 12 • $1,500

JOHANNA HARMON “Listen” Oil on Linen 24 x 16 • $5,800

RAY HASSARD “Into the Light” Pastel on Panel 12 x 16 • $1,800

ROD HAYSLIP “City Mist” Oil 20 x 20 • $1,000

MICHAEL HOLTER, AIS “Blues on the Green” Watercolor 24 x 12 • $1,200

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HAI OU HOU, AIS “Impression of Blooming” Oil 10 x 11 • $1,200

JANE HUNT “Boats at Dusk” Oil 20 x 16 • $2,400

DEBRA HUSE, AIS “Paradise Found” Oil on Linen 16 x 20 • $3,300

CHARLES IARROBINO, AIS “People Watching” Oil on linen on board 20 x 24 • $3,300

ERIC JACOBSEN, AIS “The Red Vase” Oil 24 x 30 • $4,000

BARBARA JAENICKE, AIS “February Color on Shevlin Park Commons” Oil on linen 20 x 24 • $3,000

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BRENT JENSEN, AIS “St Katharine Docks London” Oil 24 x 18 • $4,000

FRANKIE JOHNSON “The Young Chef” Oil on Board 20 x 16 • $1,900

SHELBY KEEFE, AIS “Solista del Sol” Oil 24 x 30 • $5,800

LAURIE KERSEY “Moonlit Slumber” Oil on canvas 16 x 20 • $3,300

CHRIS KLING “Survivor Dune” Oil 11 x 14 • $850

BHAVANI KRISHNAN “Feels like Spring” Oil on gessoboard 12 x 16 • $1,200

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MARIANNE KUHN “Cold Creek” Oil on Linen 12 x 18 • $1,000

SHANNA KUNZ “Full Moon Rising” Oil on linen panel 16 x 20 • $2,600

DOTTIE LEATHERWOOD “To Save My Soul” Oil on canvas 30 x 30 • $2,800

JEFF LEGG “Long Shadows” Oil on linen 20 x 20 • $7,500

KAY LEWIS “Boogie Woogie” Oil 12 x 9 • $900

LAURA LEWIS “Sydney” Oil 12 x 9 • $750

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SHUANG LI “Sunday In Copenhagen” Watercolor 22 x 15 • $3,000

MATT LINZ, AIS “Tibetan Boy” Oil 14 x 11 • $1,200

ROBERT MACPHERSON “City of Spires” Oil 12 x 18 • $1,600

MARKO MARINO “Autumn Palette” Oil on canvas panel 12 x 16 • $900

DAVID MARTY “Summer Escape” Oil 16 x 20 • $2,250

DIANE C. MAY “Cape Lane” Oil on linen board 14 x 11 • $1,050

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Juried Works

ABIGAIL MCBRIDE “Spring Kimono” Oil 18 x 18 • $1,700

JONATHAN MCPHILLIPS, AIS “Evening by the Waterfront” Oil 12 x 16 • $1,800

JIM MCVICKER “Mad River Fall” Oil on linen panel 16 x 20 • $3,500

PATRICK MEEHAN, AIS “Kevin” Oil on linen panel 20 x 16 • $2,500

LYNN MEHTA “Cut Lemons and Flowers” Oil on gessoboard 12 x 12 • $1,100

KAMI MENDLIK, AIS “Watering Hole” Oil 12 x 12 • $1,600

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LAURIE MEYER “Not So Hostel Hostel” Oil on Linen 16 x 20 • $2,200

MARIANNE MILLER “Coming Home” Oil on canvas panel 11 x 14 • $900

TOM NACHREINER, AIS “Red Coat Carriages” Oil on canvas 24 x 30 • $4,200

NANCY NOWAK, AIS “Smokin’” Pastel on sanded paper 12 x 9 • $1,100

ANTON NOWELS “Late Afternoon Still Life” Oil on Linen 16 x 20 • $2,250

RICHARD OVERSMITH “Golden Rows of Sunflowers” Oil on Linen 24 x 30 • $5,900

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PAMELA PADGETT “Normandy Cliffs at Peace” Oil on Linen 14 x 18 • $1,600

D.K. PALECEK “Tracks of Time” Oil 11 x 14 • $1,100

DEREK PENIX “Polly Pepper Picked a Peck” Oil on wood panel 30 x 30 • $8,400

MIKE PETERSON “Lillian” Oil 15½ x 11½ • $1,100

ELISE PHILLIPS “Today’s Catch” Oil on linen panel 8 x 12 • $1,600

ELIZABETH POLLIE “Two For The Road” Oil 30 x 30 • $8,900

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MARY QIAN, AIS “Nina” Oil on linen 18 x 14 • $2,600

JOANNE RADMILOVICH KOLLMAN “Harmony” Oil on canvas 14 x 11 • $850

HOPE REIS “View to the Terrace” Oil on linen canvas 20 x 16 • $3,200

ROBIN ROBERTS “To the Barn” Oil 12 x 16 • $1,295

STUART ROPER, AIS “Sunlit Alleyway” Oil on linen panel 12 x 12 • $1,600

LAWRENCE RUDOLECH, AIS “Farm Hand” Oil and Canvas 24 x 30 • $4,000

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TERESA SAIA “Summer Reflections” Dry pigment pastel 18 x 18 • $1,600

JERRY SALINAS “Southwest Bounty” Oil 20 x 16 • $3,500

SUSAN SARBACK “California River Rocks” Oil on linen panel 16 x 12 • $2,200

PATRICK SAUNDERS, AIS “Feathers Star & Sky” Oil on linen 18 x 14 • $3,900

AARON SCHUERR, AIS “The Scale of Distance and Time” Oil 14 x 18 • $2,400

DAN SCHULTZ, AIS “Eventide” Oil on linen panel 16 x 20 • $3,200

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FAY SHUTZER “Geraniums on the Fence” Oil on linen 11 x 14 • $1,850

BRIAN SINDLER “Early Morning New York” Acrylic on panel 6 x 6 • $750

SHANNON SMITH HUGHES “Roses and Lemons” Oil on linen 24 x 24 • $4,400

JERRY SMITH, AIS “Sycamore Sandbar” Oil 20 x 24 • $2,500

J. KEN SPENCER “Give Said The Little Stream” Oil on Linen 16 x 20 • $3,300

JANET STAPINSKI GRECO, AIS “The Drawing Room” Oils on panel 14 x 11 • $2,000

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KAREN STEWART “Smoke Break” Oil on panel 12 x 16 • $695

R. GREGORY SUMMERS, AIS “The Secret Rites of the Atchafalaya Swamp” Oil 12 x 16 • $3,200

WILLIAM SUYS “Plaza Night Timbre” Oil on Linen 12 x 24 • $3,600

KEIKO TANABE “Romanian Landscape IV” Watercolor 14½ x 21½ • $2,950

NANCY TANKERSLEY, AIS “Ready to Rip” Oil on linen 20 x 20 • $4,000

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BRAD TEARE “Golden Fields” Oil on canvas 24 x 30 • $5,000

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CHARLES THOMAS “Palatial Rocks Vermillion Cliffs” Oil on panel 16 x 20 • $1,800

CAROL LEE THOMPSON “First Frost” Oil on board 12 x 16 • $2,000

CLIVE TYLER, AIS “Little Bear Creek Winter View” Soft Pastel on sanded paper 18 x 18 • $3,400

MICHELE USIBELLI, AIS “Piazza del Popolo” Oil on board 20 x 10 • $3,400

GEORGE VAN HOOK “At the Window”Oil on linen 30 x 24 • $6,500

KIM VANDERHOEK “Downtown Flow” Oil on panel 16 x 20 • $2,200

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YER ZA VUE, AIS “Last To Harvest” Oil on board 16 x 20 • $2,550

DURRE WASEEM “A Warm Day in Pasadena” Oil on board 14 x 18 • $1,500

KAREN WERNER “Spring Things” Oil on panel 12 x 12 • $1,200

KATHIE WHEELER, AIS “The Beauty of Her Dreams” Oil 12 x 14 • $1,800

SHELLY WIERZBA “Early Morning” Oil 30 x 24 • $1,500

CINDY WILBUR, AIS “Valley View” Oil on canvas 14 x 18 • $1,500

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TONI WILLIAMS, AIS “Laguna Beach” Oil 16 x 16 • $1,200

LARRY WINBORG “Beauty Sleeping” Oil on panel 18 x 24 • $4,300

ELO WOBIG “Reminiscence” Oil on Panel 16 x 12 • $690

RAN WU “Village Woman” Oil on panel 14 x 11 • $1,400

VLADISLAV YELISEYEV, AIS “Huize Street” Oil 16 x 12 • $1,400

PETER YESIS “Iris Blossoms” Oil 24 x 14 • $1,800

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GARY YOUNG “Brass and Copper Study” Oil on linen 20 x 24 • $4,800

ROMONA YOUNGQUIST “Jewels of Summer” Oil 18 x 24 • $3,500

ANTONINA ZENIN, AIS “Point Lobos” Oil on linen 20 x 24 • $3,500

JING ZHAO “A Girl From a Festival Parade” Oil 24 x 20 • $2,600

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Signature Members for 2019 To achieve Signature Member status with the American Impressionist Society, members must have been accepted into three AIS National Juried Exhibitions or two National and two Small Works Exhibitions and have been a member for three consecutive years, including the years of those exhibitions. Membership dues must be paid annually to retain Signature status. Congratulations to the following members who have achieved Signature Member status in the American Impressionist Society as of January 2019.

Stephanie Amato AIS Valerie Amon AIS Lanell Arndt AIS Frank Baggett AIS Mitch Baird AIS Suzie Baker AIS Cindy Baron AIS Kevin Barton AIS Joli Ewing Beal AIS Bob Beck AIS Dan Beck AIS Michael Beeman AIS Donald Biehn AIS Susan Blackwood AIS Tom Bluemlein AIS Nancy Boren AIS Eric Bowman AIS David Boyd Jr. AIS Catherine Boyer AIS Victoria Brooks AIS Anne Blair Brown AIS Gina Brown AIS Jenny Buckner AIS Michele Byrne AIS Ken Cadwallader AIS Martha O. Carmody AIS Nancy Hooper Carroll AIS Jim Carson AIS Valerie Carson AIS Jane Chapin AIS Lorenzo Chavez AIS Robin Cheers AIS Barbara Chenault AIS Inna Cherneykina AIS Barbara Churchley AIS Kristin Clark AIS Patricia Clayton AIS James Coe AIS John Cook AIS Bethanne Cople AIS Gene Costanza AIS Kathleen Coy AIS James Crandall AIS Donald Crocker AIS Nancy Crookston AIS Sue Crossland AIS Judy Crowe AIS Richard Dahlquist AIS Mark Daly AIS Tony D’Amico AIS Bill Davidson AIS Barbara Davis AIS Julie Davis AIS Mary Ann Davis AIS Debra Joyce Dawson AIS

Daisy De Puthod AIS Dee Beard Dean AIS Margaret Dean AIS Adelaide DeAntonio AIS Christine Debrosky AIS Donna DeLaBriandais AIS Rick J. Delanty AIS Charlotte Dickinson AIS Katie Dobson Cundiff AIS Lynn Dunbar Bayus AIS Kathleen Dunphy AIS Cynthia Edmonds AIS Jeanne Edwards AIS Nancy Ellington AIS Fran Ellisor AIS Mark Farina AIS William Farnsworth AIS Paula Fasken AIS Trey Finney AIS Tatyana Fogarty AIS Forrest Formsma AIS Nancy Franke AIS Kaye Franklin AIS Eleanor Freudenstein AIS Lisa Fricker AIS Howard Friedland OPAM AIS Paula Frizbe AIS Mary Garrish AIS Ilene Gienger-Stanfield AIS Mark Gingerich AIS Teri Gortmaker AIS Millie Gosch AIS Frances Gottlieb AIS Lindsey Bittner Graham AIS Janet Greco AIS Debra Joy Groesser AIS Robert Grogan AIS Joseph Gyurcsak AIS Barbara Hafner AIS Diann Haist AIS Ann Hardy AIS Marva Harms AIS Carolyn Hesse-Low AIS Roger Heuck AIS Dali Higa AIS Michael Holter AIS Paula Holtzclaw AIS Susan Hotard AIS Hai-Ou Hou AIS Julie Houck AIS Debra Huse AIS Susie Hyer AIS Charles Iarrobino AIS Joy Jackson AIS Eric Jacobsen AIS

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Barbara Jaenicke AIS Wilma James AIS Brent Jensen AIS Michael Chesley Johnson AIS Robert Johnson AIS Sandra Johnson AIS Shelby Keefe AIS Jill Keller-Peters AIS Nicole White Kennedy AIS MM Kent AIS Thomas Jefferson Kitts AIS Frank LaLumia AIS Greg LaRock AIS Ann Larsen AIS Joanne Lavender AIS Jeanette Le Grue AIS Matt Linz AIS Diane Lyon AIS Emilee Lyons AIS Cathy Mabius AIS Miguel Malagon AIS Cindy Maronde AIS Edith Martin AIS Rick McClure AIS John McCormick AIS Linda McFarland AIS James McGrew AIS Kathryn McMahon AIS Jonathan McPhillips AIS Patrick Meehan AIS Michele Pope Melina AIS Kami Mendlik AIS Tom Nachreiner AIS Debra Nadelhoffer AIS Sharon Nelson AIS Pamela Newell AIS Kathleen Newman AIS Pauline Ney AIS Nancy Nowak AIS Kathie Odom AIS Marci Oleszkiewicz AIS Sally O’Neill AIS Aline Ordman AIS Rae O’Shea AIS Marian Pacsuta AIS Virginia Pendergrass AIS Dena Peterson AIS Mary Pettis AIS Rachel Pettit AIS Jacob Pfeiffer AIS Susan Ploughe AIS Ann Powers AIS Theresa Proctor AIS Lori Putnam AIS Mary Zhenhul Qian AIS

Lee Radtke AIS James Richards AIS Carol Roberts AIS Gladys Roldan-de-Moras AIS Stuart Roper AIS Marilyn Rose AIS Vanessa Rothe AIS Lawrence Rudolech AIS Gregg Russell AIS Jason Sacran AIS Val Sandell AIS Dave Santillanes AIS Patrick Saunders AIS Dayle Sazonoff AIS Dorothy Schildknecht AIS Grace Schlesier AIS William Schmidt AIS Aaron Schuerr AIS Dan Schultz AIS Julia Seelos AIS Larry Seiler AIS Jerry Shanafelt AIS David Simons AIS Michael Situ AIS Jerry Smith AIS Barbara Smythers AIS Katriel Srebnik AIS Cheryl St John AIS Doreen St John AIS Judy Stach AIS Jerry F Stone Jr. AIS Gregory Summers AIS Nancy Tankersley AIS Randall Tillery AIS Kathryn Townsend AIS Susan Truitt AIS Cecy Turner AIS Kathyrn Turner AIS Clive Tyler AIS Michele Usibelli AIS Yer Vue AIS Ken Wallin AIS Charles Young Walls AIS Ann Watcher AIS Jeffrey Watts AIS Kathie Wheeler AIS Cindy Wilbur AIS Todd A. Williams AIS Toni Williams AIS Mike Wise AIS Mary Dolph Wood AIS Vladislav Yeliseyev AIS Tonya Zenin AIS

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Associate Members for 2019 Sharon Abbott-Furze Joe Abdella Kori Abdouch Garry Abel Kim Abernethy Liz Abeyta Angela Accarino Monica Anne Achberger Dana Adams Mitra Adams Rob Adamson Priya Ahlawat Diane Ainsworth Susan Aitcheson Robert Akers Sherri Aldawood Kevin Aldrich Laura Lawson Allee Conrad Allen Lawrence Altaffer Timothy Ames Kay Ames Ebrahim Amin Janet Anderson Kurt Anderson (AZ) Kurt Anderson (MI) Susan Anderson Susie Anderson Susan Andreasen Natalia Andreeva Sam Angoori Bill Angresano Les Appelt Barbara Applegate Mary Arneson Joe Anna Arnett Robert Arnett Charlotte Arnold Betsy Arvidson Mary Aslin Susan Astleford Regina Atwood Cliffton Austin William Perry Austin Tracy Avant Cindy Awrey Pamela Ayres Ernie Baber Marla Baggetta Gordon Baker Karen Bakke Karen Anne Baldauski

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Tom Balderas Elena Balekha Shirley Bales Willo Balfrey Jill Banks Bruno Baran Sherry Barber Mat Barber Kennedy Jean Bargeron Joseph Baris Carol Barmore Susan Barnes Clifford Barnes Sue Barrasi Linda Barretta Stacy Barter Vicki Bartholomew Terri Barto Jane Barton Jill Basham Nancy Bass Tricia Bass Christine Bass Dudley Beth Bathe Mary Beacon Mark Beale Jacalyn Beam Judith Beauford Chula Beauregard Janet Beck Kevin Beck Brenda Behr Brian Belfield Patricia Beltran Randall Bennett Karen Bennett Robert Benson Suzanne Berg Kate Bergquist Lori Beringer Carol Berning David Berry Gabhan Berry Jill Berry Minnie Bhupathi Nanette Biers Donna Biggee Bruce Bingham Susan Birgeles Francine Bizal Linda Blackburn Laura Blackstock

Pamela Blaies Jennifer Blake Deliece Blanchard Stan Bloomfield Lisa Bloomingdale-Bell Andrea Bojrab Olga Bolgar Ingrid Bolton Liz Bonham Paul Bonneau Jan Boone Winifred Booth Beverly Boren Roy Boswell Nicolas Bouteneff Ed Bouwmeester Stan Bowen Ginger Bowen Jason Bowen Michael Bowes Dennis Boyd Kira Boyd Lyn Boyer Richard Boyer Brenda Boylan Mark Boyle Jill Brabant Doug Braithwaite Candace Brancik Brenda Brannon Lon Brauer Loryn Brazier Thomas Breeden William Breidenbach Marla Brenner Kelly Brewer Trisha Bridges Karen S. Bright Christopher Brizzard Kathleen Broaderick J.M. Brodrick Claudia Brookes Hilda Brown Charlene M Brown Brienne Brown Glenda Brown Scottie Brown Tom Brown David Browning Judith Brunko Ria Bruns Beverly Bruntz

Grace Buchanan Laurel Buchanan Peter Bucks Greg Bunker Tonya Burdine Judith Burgarella Patrice Burkhardt Mary Burkhardt Margena Burnett Sheryl Burritt Joseph Burrough Stuart Burton Lisa Busby Patricia Bushart Kimberly Bustillos Gary Byrd John Caggiano Larry Cannon William Cantwell Maggie Cao Maggie Capettini Judith Carbine Deb Carey Todd Carignan Stephen Carl Ruthie Carlson Philip Carlton Melisse Carr Cyndy Carstens Sherri Carter Kimberly Casebeer Robin Caspari Mitch Caster Victoria Castillo Rosanne Cerbo Terry Chacon Gloria Chadwick Elizabeth Chamberlain Allison Chambers Rajen Chanchani Biki Chaplain Jean-Marie Chapman Jeanya Charles Marc Chatov Raj Chaudhuri Durinda Cheek Anita Chen Cecilia Chenault Mary Ann Cherry Vickie Chew Barbara Childs Wanda Choate

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Tom Christopher Susan Church Sandra Ciaramitaro Pamela Claflin Adam Clague Josh Clare Michael Clark Colette Claros MaryAnn Cleary Michael Clements Patricia Cliffton Kathy Coates Barbara Coffey-Jones Randall Cogburn Marcie Cohen Brenda Coldwell Beth Cole Rosie Coleman Midge Coleman Dede Collicott David Collins Amy Collins Valerie Collymore Susan Colwell Michele Combs Lynne Comly Michael Compton Betsy Payne Cook Christina (CM) Cooper Karen Cooper Priscilla Coote Meredith Cope Christopher Copeland Lee Copen Paula Cordes Maddin Corey Sandra Corpora Mary Lou Correia Colleen Cosgrove Mary Claire Coster Brian Cote Mark Coulter Michelle Courier Valerie Craig Susan Craig Kay Crain Bill Cramer Steve Creighton Linda Croteau Mary Crow Katherine Cudney Tracy Owen Cullimore

Hope Cunningham Joshua Cunningham Andi Curran Ann Currey Matthew Cutter Attila Cziglenyi Charlotte Cziperle Merri Daley Carol Dallas Pamela Daly Jerry Dame Sandra Daniel Arlene Daniel Tom Daniels Donald Darst John E. Davis Mary Jean Davis Debra Davis Linda Davison Mathues Cynthia Dawley Camille Day Larry Day Diana Day Michele De Braganca Germaine De Luca Edith Dean Lamya Deeb Angalee DeForest Larry DeGraff Suzanne deLesseps Jan Delipsey Patrice Dello-Russo Sandra Delong Shirley Demaio Kathleen Denis Wendy Devarieux Carol Devereaux Patrice DeVirgilis Grace Devito Bonnie Dhein Betty DiBartolomeo David Dibble Mj Dicus Susan Diehl Jennifer Diehl Douglas Diehl Tom Dimock Robert D’Imperio Sheri Dinardi Rena DiPofi Cynthia Dirtzu Jane Ditri

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Alice Dobbin Marin Dobson Frances Dodd Fred Doloresco Loretta Domaszewski Eloise Donnelly Ramona Dooley Richard Dorbin John Dorchester Peter Doroh Barbara Dove Debbie Dowdle Karen Doyle Rebecca Drach Neil Drevitson Daniel Driggs Julia Dufault McGrath Linda Dunbar Patricia Duncan Leslie Dyas Margaret Dyer Joy Eakin Charles Eaton Kathleen Eaton Frank Eber Cynthia Eckhardt Eileen Eder Barrett Edwards Victoria Ekelund Judy Elias Peggy Ellis Cheryl Elmo Susan Elwart-Hall Beverly Endsley Lisa Engle Joyful Enriquez Aimee Erickson Susan Estill Gwen Ethelbah Diane Eugster Linda Evans Tina Evans Beverly Ford Evans Jennifer Evenhus Brenda Everson-Wiesman Shirley Fachilla Joseph Fama Sandy Farley Shelli Farr Michele Farrier Kathleen Gray Farthing Catherine Fasciato

Eric Fasking Caron Fausel Diane Fechenbach Kathy Fediw Carolyn Fehsenfeld Judith Feins Ann Feldman Lori Feldpausch Melanie Ferguson Martha Ferguson Robert Ferguson Dr. Jenny Ferrone Bethany Fields Kenneth Fiery Richard Fillhouer Jim Finch Dale Finley Pat Fiorello Margaret Fischbeck Matthias Fischer Kathryn Fisher Jane Flanders Steve Fleming Jane Flowers Marla Floyd Colin Flynn Kelli Folsom John Ford Terri Ford Theresa Forman Mozelle Forman Mary Forshagen Beth Forst Christine Fortner Marian Fortunati Tiffany Foss Jacquelyn Fox Laine Francis Kathleen Frank Wendy Franklin Jan Frazee Pamela Frecentese Mary Caperton Freeman Jennifer Emile Freeman Penny French-Deal Joey Frisillo Stephen Gary Frisk Marilyn Froggatt Diane Frossard Danna Fruetel Kim Fujiwara Judy Fuller

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Associate Members for 2019 Stuart Fullerton Laura Gable Frank Gabriel Connie Gaertner Jonathan Gaetke Frank Gaffney Mary Beth Gaiarin Katherine Galbraith Amy Gamble Dan Gambrell Wiliam “Torenzo Gann” Ganaway Philippe Gandiol Boris Garibyan Barbara Garrett David Garrison Aida Garrity Sharon Gates Lisa Gazda Chris Genute Ann George David George Paul George Antoaneta Georgieva Lynn Gertenbach Diana Gibson David Gibson Kathy Gillis Joel Gilmore Marianna Gindin Cheri Ginsburg Scott Glaser Susan Glass Holly Glasscock Judith Gleason Lisa Gleim Madlon Glenn Jim Glover Linda Glover Gooch Valerie B Gobeil Ann Goble Michael Godfrey Marina Goldberg Denise Goldstein Elaine-Angel Gomer Georgesse Gomez Brandon Gonzales Leo Goode Sandra Goodman David Gordon James Gorman David Gorski Alejandra Gos

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William Gotha Heike Gramckow Virginia Grass Simmons Janette Gray Naomi Gray Dan Graziano Barbara Greco Linda Gredy Jeri Greenberg Chad Greene Gail Greenoe Dina Gregory Diane Gremillion Joseph Grieco Danny Griego Lori Griggs Ann Grimaldi Sunny Grimes Janet Grissom Susan Griswold Barbara Grubba Mel Grunau Kristi Grussendorf Trent Gudmundsen Hulya Guler Niki Gulley Linda Gunn Ellen Gunn Hema Gupta Gail Gurman Nataliya Gurshman Faye Gustafson Vickie Guthrie Sara Hadley Linda Hagemann Marvin Hagen Günther Johannes Haidenthaller Virginia Haines Ann Hair Nancy Haley James Hallenbeck Yvonne Ham Randy Hamburg Paul Hamilton Leslie Hamilton Cissy Hamilton Pamela Hamilton Gary A. Hammer Angela Hansen Julie Hanson Coraly Hanson Teresa Townsend Hargis

Jack Harkins Anne Harkness Johanna Harmon Alice Harpel Nita Harper Theresa Harris Cindy Harris Philip Harris Blanche McAlister Harris Cathie (Dianne) Harrison Laurel Hart Heidi Hart Haislmaier Melanie Chambers Hartman Robyn Harton Stephanie Hartshorn Thomas Harwood Ray Hassard Leslie Hauer Charlene Haukom Alice Hauser Michele Hausman Susi Havens-Bezaire Barbara Haviland Denise Hawkins Rodney Hayslip Vivian Healy Obadinah Heavner Susan Hecht Dennis Heckler Michael Heffernan Ruth Heffron Carla Hefley Joel Heger Olga Hegner Maggie Renner Hellmann Ruth Hembree Laurie Hendricks Rebecca Hendrix Karen Henneck Rabecca Hennessey Michele Henry Belle (Martha) Heppard Theodore Hess Joyce Hester David Hettinger John Hewitt Patience Heyl Sheryl Hibbs Marjorie Hicks Suzanne Hicks Debbie High Steven Hill

Emily Hirn Karen Ann Hitt Maria Bennett Hock Kevin Hodge Marcia Hodges Donald Hodgin Gary Hoff Kari Hogden Debra (Debee) Holland-Olson Marcia Holmes Norma Holmes Bob Holmes Linda Holmes Pam Holnback Susan Hong-Sammons Christine Hooker Lenn Hopkins Patti Lucas Hopkins Julie Hopkins Kristin Hosbein Barbara Houdeshell Adam Houston Amanda Houston Marion Howard Kathy Howard Ellen Howard Saralee Howard Martha Howard Virginia Howell Francis Huang Lynn Huang Marilyn Hubbard Gary Huber Mary Hubley Kathleen Hudson John Hughes Neal Hughes Sandra Hughes Jane Hunt Kevin Hunter Ellen Hurley Jennifer Hurley Carol Iglesias Jean Ignatz Peggy Immel David Imse Karene Infranco Bill Inman Rose Irelan Jeri J Ireland Shirl Ireland Katherine Irish

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Natasha Isenhour Tabby Ivy Cynthia Jackson-Hein Debob Jacob Maryanne Jacobsen James Jacobson Kurt Jacobson Jean-Pierre Jacquet Nishita Jain Ralph James Melissa Jander Iwona Jankowski Deanna Jaugstetter Beryl Jazvic Dwight Jeffreys Ann Jenemann Jan Jewell Sibyl Johnson Steve Johnson Justin Johnson Nils Johnson Oksana Johnson Teresa Johnson Frankie Johnson Carol Johnston Mary Johnston Jones Rusty Jones Rana Jordahl Susan Jositas Jane Kafigian Kathleen Kalinowski Mary Kalsbeek Tricia Kaman Jacqueline Kamin Stacy Kamin Perry Kapsch Michele Karahalios Liza Karsai Cynthia S. Kath Keary Kautzer Hal Kaye Jane Keeling RenĂŠe Kelleher Lauretta Kelley Judith Kelly Bill Kennann Rose Kennedy Laurie Kersey Carol Kessler Evelyn Kibbe Carolyn Kibe Fran Kievet

Terri Kight Troy Kilgore Nam Soon Kim Karen Kimmell Cheryl King Peggy Kingsbury Maggie Kinst Dee Kirkham Rita Kirkman Jan Kirkpatrick Janice Kirstein Mary Nagel Klein June Klement Richard Klevins Cheryl Kline Chris Kling David Klocke Nancy Klos Terrill Knaack Sheryl Knight Alana Knuff Jennifer Koach Rick Koehler Cheryl Koen Joanne Kollman Laural Koons Shelley Koopmann Barry Koplowitz Chuck Kovacic Brigit Krans Bhavani Krishnan Marka Kroeger Marianne Kuhn Shanna Kunz Dimitrina Kutriansky Catherine Kuzma Sun Min Kwon Paul Ladnier Robert Lafond Theresa Laird Stefanie Lalor Hilary Lambert Diane LaMere Anna Lancaster Emiliya Lane Janis Langley Susan Lansdown Nora Larimer David Larkins Margaret Larlham Lynn LaRose Kirk Larsen

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Ron Larson Amy Larson Jonathan Larson John Lasater IV Christine Lashley Gary Laturner Alexandra Latypova Lilianne Laurin Megan Lawlor William Lawrence Karen Lawrence Ann M. Lawtey Dottie Leatherwood Lilly Lee D. Lee Christopher Leeper Jeff Legg Diane Leifheit Karen Lemens Mark Lemon Roger Leonard Meg Leonard Doreen Lepore Regina Lerman Jeanne Levasseur Gayle Levee Sherrie Russ Levine Heidi Levy Kay Lewis Carolyn Lewis Karen Lewis Nancy Lewis Laura Lewis Judy Lewis Liting Li Shuang Li Jamie Lightfoot Eppenauer Jean Lightman Claudia Lima Sandy Lindblad Laura Lindem Kathy Linden Tamara Lindsay Carolyn Lindsey Bart Lindstrom Michael Lindstrom Christine Lindstrom Kelly Lingel-Crowder Susan McKenna List Chao Liu Jannelle Loewen Nancy Lohmiller

Terrie Lombardi Jimmy Longacre Stephanie Lord Loretta Lowery Margie Lucas Margi Lucena CJ Lukacsik Jaqueline Lukowski Kaaren Lundeen David Lussier Benjamin Lussier John Luxton Rolf Lygren Mary Lynch Susan Lynn Kyle Ma Qianjiao Ma Joe Mac Kechnie Nancy Macdonald Robert MacPherson Richard Magram Patricia Maguire John Malec Will Maller Johanne Mangi Gloria Mani Haley Marchant Chuck Mardosz Ivadell Marie Maria Marino Marko Marino Pam Markham Aida Markiw Steven Markoff Chuck Marshall Daniel Marshall Heidi Marshall Remley Martin Deborah Martin Jody Martin David Marty William Marvin Stephanie Marzella Karen Leffel Massengill Marie Massey Alexander Masyk Cheryl Mathieson Karen Mathis Irineo Matias Susan Hediger Matteson Susan M Matteson Mary Maue

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Associate Members for 2019 Judy Maurer Alicia Maury Diane May Drew Mayerson Lila McAlpin Eleanor McArver Abigail McBride Kirk McBride Kevin McCain Nancy McClure Celeste McCollough Cindy McComas Peach McComb Eileen McConkey Mary McCue Claire McElveen Jill McGannon Bonnie McGee Jerry McGinnis Mike McIntosh Sharon McIntosh Jane McIntyre Michael McKenna Laurie Elizabeth McKinley Jeanne McKinney Lori McNee Christine McNerney Patti McNutt Teri McReynolds Jim McVicker Wendy McWhorter Dan McWilliams Katherine Meade Paul Means Beth Means Tammy Medlin Angela Meehan JoAnne Meeker Mark Mehaffey Lynn Mehta Alison Leigh Menke Karen Meredith Lorie Merfeld-Batson Nancie King Mertz Sumon Methangkool Holly Metzger Pat Meyer Laurie Meyer Fernando Micheli Karen VanDam Michmerhuizen Karen d’Angeac Mihm Bobbi Miller

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Willis Miller Marianne Miller Carolyn Miller Anne Milligan Pat Millin Jennifer Mills Iryna Milton Lei Q Min Kit Miracle David Misalko Yoshiko Mishina Sally Mitchell Peggie Moje Elsbeth Monnett Mark Monsarrat Matt Montagne Susan K. Monte Ross Moore Gini Morelock-Bosco Chip Morgan Claudia Moriarty Edward Morris KT Morse Barbara Mory Anita Mosher Solich Margie Moss Steph Mouw Lisa Mozzini-McDill Debbie Mueller Kate Mueller Diane Mullaly Barbara Mulleneaux Donald Mullins Donna Munn Brian Murphy Nancy Murty Linda Mutti Zohair Naghmi C.W. Nave Patricia Nebbeling Susan Neese Nancy Ness Jim Neuner Jacki Newell Christene Newlund Deborah Newman Barbara Benedetti Newton Wes Newton Cheryl Nick Ev Niewoehner Laurette Nitka Blanche Niznik

Niles Nordquist Carol Novotne Anton Nowels Paul Nutting Sivananda Nyayapathi Norman (Terry) Nybo Gerald Obregon Karen O’Brien Kevin O’Brien M.D. Eileen O’Connor Rosalyn O’Grady Julianna O’Hara Tim Oliver Joy Olney Albert Ondush Janet Onofrey Margaret Orbon Brenda Orcutt Kaaren Oreck Joseph C. Orr Renee Ortiz Hillary Osborn Mikyoung Osburn Leslie Outten Richard Oversmith Roy Owsley Pamela Padgett Merry Beth Page Marilyn Paine Deke Palecek Kristine Pallas Joseph Palmerio Frances Pampeyan Ann Pape Liliana Paradiso Colleen Parker JP Parssi Lisa Passin Susan Patton Christine Pausche David Peacock Juan Pena Derek Penix Vicki Penney-Rohner Edward Penniman Jan Perkins Robert Perrish Robbie Perrotti-Younger Mike Peterson Amy Peterson Lauren Peterson Nicholas Peterson-Davis

Linda Petrie Bunch Glenna Pfeiffer Faye Phillips Elise Phillips Maren Phillips Rosie Phillips David Phillips Karen Philpott Jim Phipps Haden Pickel Alan Pierrot Jill Pilarski Brenda Pinnick Majella Pinto Jon Pokela Julie Pollard Elizabeth Pollie Jordan Pope Kay Potter Pamela Powell Sandra Pratt Leslie Pratt-Thomas Karen Sue Preiss Jenifer Prince Brian Proud Nancy Paris Pruden Lenore Prudhomme Judith Pumfrey Robin Purcell Paul Qian Lisa Quatrocchi Nancy Quatrocchi Lisbeth Quebe Mary Jo Querry Lee Quincy Mary Quinlivan Joe Ragey Domine V Ragosta Julia Ralston Victoria Ramsay Radha Rao Pratima Rao Christine Rapa Maggie Rapp George & Peggy Rapp Mike Ray Jeanne Reavis Russell Recchion Sharon Rege Lisa Regopoulos Barbara Reich Elizabeth Reid

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Michael Reif Mary Reilly Hope Reis Richard Reminger Kenneth Requard Spike Ress Sara Jane Reynolds S’zanne Reynolds Dennis Rhoades Sharyn Richey Linda Richichi Keiko Richter Candace Rideout Kathryn Riedinger Jennifer Riefenberg Larry Riley Susan Ring Terre Ritchie Susan Bunce Ritter Lynn Rix Carol Roark Elizabeth Robbins Krystyna Robbins Kim Roberti Robin Roberts (AL) Robin Roberts (OH) Bryan Roberts Breda Roberts Barb Robinson Ann Robinson Pauline Roche Elena Roche Sergio Roffo Teresa Rogers Barbara Rohde Robert Rohm Robin Rohwer Maggie Rosche Susan M. Rose Erin Rosen Jeanne Rosier Smith Irina Ross Laura Mayes Rosser Roger Rossi Barbara Rossitto Sally Ruddy Lee Rue Gerald Ruggiero Jean Rupprecht Debra Russell Mark Russell Barbara S. Ryan

Karlene Kay Ryan Patty Ryan Robert Ryan Todd Saal Louise Sackett Cheri Saffro Teresa Saia David Salerno Gerard Salinas Anthony Salvo Sandra Samaha Ginger Sandell Manon Sander Ann Sanders Martha Sando Susan Sarback Marsha Savage Patricia Scarborough Barbara Schatz Debra Schaumberg Greg Scheibel Barbara Schilling Michelle Schleider Hazel Schlesinger Raphael Schnepf Rita Schooley Margaret Schrimpf Paul Schulenburg Joanne Schwartz Beth Clary Schwier Kimberly Scott Bonnie Joy Sedlak Margaret Seeger Brent Seevers Ronda Seidenberger Gaye Sekula Ann Self Kenneth Selzer Scott Serafica Mara Sfara Ann Sharp Corey Shaughnessy Susan Shaw Arena Shawn Diana Shearon Sarah Sheffield Joanne Shellan Marcia Shelly Laura Shepard Pamela Shepard Lolly Shera Sandhyaa Shetty

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Lilong Shi Karyl Shields Heejune Shin Cynthia Shuler Justin Shull Pamela Shumway Fay Shutzer Rosalie Sidoti Bonnie Siegel Patricia Silbiger Judi Silvano Ilene Silver Sally Silzars Annette Simon Robert Simone Mike Simpson Brian Sindler Sara Singh Lisa Skelly Julie Skoda Neal Slaten G. Eric Slayton Daly Smith Tom Smith Nedra Smith Cheryl J. Smith Shelley Smith Samuel Smith Edward Smith Michele Smith Jennifer Smith Rogers Shannon Smith-Hughes Susan Smolensky Neva Smoll Richard Sneary Linda Snider-Ward Yelena Snovsky Julie Snyder Sun Sohovich Hodges Soileau Wendy Soliday Karen Solorzano Tara Sood Kelly Sooter Jen Spaker Robert Spannring Jeffery Sparks Ken Spencer Lillian Spiess Edward Sprafkin Cheral Squyres Bonnie Stabler

Mary Stahl Debra Stamp Curt Stanfield Lou Stanley B J Stapen Steve Stauffer Robert Steele Jill Steenhuis Carol Steinberg Catherine Stephens Matt Sterbenz Marcia Stevens Laurie Stevens Roland E. Stevens III Karen Stewart Sabrina Stiles Ron Stocke Shirley Stocks Jan Stommes Karen Storm Jennifer Stottle Taylor Thalia Stratton Carol Strockwasson Gina Strumpf Eileen Sudzina Liz Haywood Sullivan Yan Sun Cristine Sundquist Linda Darsow Sutton William Suys Helen Sviderskis Allison Swan Sheila Swanson James Swanson Janice Swarbrick Patricia Swink Stan Sydenham Vianna Szabo Rochelle Szews Wende Szyperski Virginia Takacs Hal Taliaferro Mary Hertler Tallman Keiko Tanabe Tom Tarvin Jan Taylor Brad Teare Lindsay Ternes Rich Tesner Laurie Teter Kate Thayer Eric Thingstad

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Associate Members for 2019 Sherri Thomas Charles Thomas Kaia Thomas Carolyn Thompson Melanie Thompson Carol Lee Thompson Valorie Thompson Stephanie Paige Thomson Nori Thorne Sheryl Thornton Karen Baker Thumm Betty Tichich Tei Tober Michael Todoroff Nancy Tokos Jude Tolar Nancy Tongue Valtcho Tonov Karin Toppel Jan Trager Germaine Trenary Donna Trent Catherine Trezek David Trout Leah True Salerno Milly Fang Tsai Andree Tullier Ray Tully Bridgette Turner Oleg Ulitskiy Cynthia Underwood Bob Upton Michelle Valigursky Catherine Van Berg George Van Hook Kim VanDerHoek Marylyn Vanderpool Dinah VanHook Lynn VanNatta Cornelis VanSpronsen Darya Vassina Jean Vertefeuille-Cutler Teresa Vito Marissa Vogl Juli Voloch Kerry Vosler Jill Stefani Wagner Ann Waisbrot Barb Walker Nina Cobb Walker Liz Wall Nicole Walla Elexis Waller

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K.K. Walling Kathleen Walsh Marlene Walters Linghui Wang Kun Wang Nadia Wang Barbara Ward Irma Ward Rokhaya Waring Abby Warman Bridget Warne David P. Warner Durre Waseem Kristy Watson Julia Watson Mary Catherine Watson Candy Way Marilyn Wear Linda Weaver Marilyn Webberley Chuck Weber RL Weber June Webster Elene Weege Susan Weigenant Patricia Weiss Robin Paul Weiss Beatriz Welch Dinah Wells AnneMarie Welsh Shirle Wempner Julie Wende Mark A. Werkema Karen Werner Carol West Amos Westmoreland Ginger Whellock Libby Whipple Dorene White Ralph White Mark White Stewart White Richard White John White Diane Whitehead Susan Whiting David Wicks Terry Widener Cheryl Widener Leah Wiedemer Julie Wiegand Mary Wier Shelly Wierzba

Chris Wilke Kathleen Wilkins Sharon Will Marie Williams Bradley Williams Jenny Williams Karen Williams Judy Willis Carol Willis Susan Willis Jacob Wilson David Wilson Larry Winborg Patti Winkler Anita Winter Karen Winters Connie Winters Sue Wipf Marilyn Witt Sandra Witty Trisha Witty Elo Wobig Jim Wodark Mike Wodnick Robin Wolfgang Gina Wolfrum Darlene Wolinski Bridget Wolk Kathleen Wollenberg Archelle Buttons Wolst Fran Wood Enid Wood Kathleen R. Worgul Ann Worrall Cory Wright Ran Wu Ivy Wu Jian Wu Jianzhang Xu Lucy Yanagida Lori Yates Adam Yax Peter Yesis Ping Yin Loretta Yoder Gary Young Jennifer Young Romona Youngquist Adam Zabel K.T. Zeidner Allie Zeyer Abby Zhang Lily Zhangbraff

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AIS Mission Statement Florida artists William Schultz, Charlotte Dickinson and Marjorie Bradley of Vero Beach, and Pauline Ney of Ellenton, founded the American Impressionist Society, Inc. (AIS) with this goal in mind: “To promote the appreciation of American Impressionism through exhibitions, workshops, videos and other media.”

Membership Artist memberships are open to American Impressionist artists who are legal United States residents. Supporting memberships are open to complete list of non member can beConanyone who would like to support our mission of promoting the genre of American Impressionism. AAIS is a 501(c)(3) profitbenefits corporation. found on our website. is a 501(c)(3) non profit corporation. Contributions to AIS are tax deductible. tributions to AIS are taxAIS deductible.

Associate Members Open to all levels, you may join by mailing the completed membership form with a check for annual dues of $60 or by paying online through our website. AIS Associate Members in good standing who are legal US residents may enter the AIS National Juried Exhibition and the AIS Impressions Small Works Showcase (additional entry fee required).

Signature Members Associate Members who have been accepted into three AIS National Juried Exhibitions, or two AIS National and two AIS Small Works Showcases, AND who have been an Associate Member for a minimum of three consecutive years (including the years of acceptance into the exhibitions), may apply for Signature status. Applications are accepted Sept. 1-Nov. 1 each year. Application form is available on our website. Signature Members in good standing may enter AIS National Exhibition and AIS Small Works Showcase (additional entry fee required), may use the initials “AIS” after their name, and be listed on the AIS website and in our exhibition catalog. Annual dues ($60) must be paid to maintain Signature status.

Master Artist Members Master Artist members are invited by the AIS Board of Directors and may use the initials “AISM” after their name. Masters are selected carefully and are nationally known and considered to be leaders in the art community. They epitomize the highest level of impressionism and passionately give back to the society by sharing their knowledge.

To become a member of AIS You may join online through our website: https://americanimpressionistsociety.org/Join-or-Renew or fill out the form below and mail to AIS with your check for $60.

———————————————————————————————————————————————— 2020 Membership Form (Annual Membership Dues valid January 1 - December 31) Artist Memberships $60 (check one): Associate Membership : ___ Renewal ___New Member Signature Membership : ___ Renewal ___Request New* *Applications for Signature Membership are accepted Sept 1-Nov 1 each year. Fill out the application form (available on our website) and include with your dues payment of $60. Complete instructions are on the application form.

Supporting Memberships (check one):

For those who wish to support our mission of promoting the appreciation of Impressionism. AIS is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation. Contributions are tax deductible. Thank you for your support!

_____ Supporter ($50)

____ Contributor ($100)

_____ Ambassador ($250)

____ Sustainer ($750)

_____ Leader ($1,500)

____ Patron ($3,000+)

To help us update our records, please print clearly all information below, as you wish to have it listed in our membership records: Name_________________________________________________ Website______________________________________________ Address___________________________________________________ City_____________________ State_____ Zip____________ Phone _________________________ Cell______________________ Email______________________________________________ Mail form and check, payable to American Impressionist Society Inc, to Don Groesser, AIS Treasurer, PO Box 27818, Omaha NE 68127. Membership dues must be paid each year to be eligible to enter the national juried exhibition and to maintain Signature status. Questions? Call or email Don or Debra Joy Groesser, 402-592-3399 or americanimpressionistsociety@gmail.com. www.AmericanImpressionistSociety.org

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Upcoming Exhibitions 4th Annual AIS Impressions Small Works Showcase • RS Hanna Gallery • Fredericksburg, Texas March 6 – April 4, 2020 Judge of Awards, Nancy Bush AISM 21st Annual AIS National Juried Exhibition • Illume Gallery of Fine Art • St. George, Utah October 22 – November 21, 2020 Judge of Awards, William Schneider AISM 5th Annual AIS Impressions Small Works Showcase • Reinert Fine Art • Charleston, South Carolina April 9 – May 8, 2021 22nd Annual AIS National Juried Exhibition • Gallery 1516 • Omaha Nebraska September/October 2021

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American Impressionist Society's 20th Annual National Juried Exhibition Catalog  

American Impressionist Society's 20th Annual National Juried Exhibition Catalog