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international painting annual 5 exhibition-in-print
online resource


about the INPA 5

For the INPA 5 Manifest received 1475 submissions from 434 artists in 44 states, Washington D.C., the U.S. Virgin Islands, and 20 countries. The 172 page publication will include 103 works by these 69 artists from 28 states and 7 countries including China, England, France, Germany, Japan, Scotland, and the United States. An essay by David Dorsey is also included.

Ten professional and academic advisors qualified in the fields of art, design, criticism, and art history juried the fifth International Painting Annual. The process of selection was by anonymous blind jury, with each jury member assigning a quality rating for artistic merit to each work submitted. The entries receiving the highest average combined score are included in this publication.

By spring 2016 this Online Supplemental Resource will provide biographical info, artist statements, and details of sample works for each artist included in the publication.




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172 pages, available in softcover or clothbound hardcover with dustjacket.    

$30 Softcover

$45 Hardcover




Sarah Alexander
San Mateo, Florida

Martin Arnold
Starkville, Mississippi

Andrea Barone
Newburyport, Massachusetts

Donald Beal
Provincetown, Massachusetts

Abigail Beck
Pewaukee, Wisconsin

Lissa Bockrath
Chagrin Falls, Ohio

Evan Boggess
Shepherdstown, West Virginia

John Brennan
Oxford, United Kingdom

Dina Brodsky
New York, New York

Todd Burroughs
Royal Oak, Michigan

Bryan Christie
New York, New York

Rhiannon Connor
Martinsville, Indiana

Laurel Conradson
Mountain View, California

Spencer Corbett
Brighton, Michigan

Denton Crawford
Penfield, New York

Daniel Dallmann
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Alexandra Dooley
Cedar Falls, Iowa

David Dorsey
Pittsford, New York


Essay by:
David Dorsey

Livia Erwin
Baltimore, Maryland

Felicia Forte
San Francisco, California

Ivan Fortushniak
Indiana, Pennsylvania

Benny Fountain
Waco, Texas

Zoey Frank
San Jose, California

Brandice Guerra
Arcata, California

Samantha Haring
DeKalb, Illinois

Caroline Harman
Newtown, Connecticut

Adrian Hatfield
Ferndale, Michigan

Jean Hess
Knoxville, Tennessee

Joseph Holsapple
Thibodaux, Louisiana

Meghan Howland
Portland, Maine

Marc Jacobson
Indianapolis, Indiana

Jason John
Jacksonville, Florida

Christopher Kienke
Urbana, Illinois

Ricki Klages
Laramie, Wyoming

Robert Kolomyski
Woodbury, Minnesota

Stanka Kordic
Bedford, Ohio

Hanna Kozlowski-Slone
Sterling, Kansas

Kimberly Reid Kuhn
Omaha, Nebraska

Philip LaVelle
Cincinnati, Ohio

Hillary Leach
Morgantown, West Virginia

Gordon Lee
Columbus, Ohio

Matthew Lee
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Andrew Litten
Fowey, United Kingdom

Rachel Longstreet
Minneapolis, Minnesota

Amy Lowry
Chicago, Illinois

Susannah Martin
Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Ryota Matsumoto
Mitaka-shi, Japan

Michael McCaffrey
Lawrence, Kansas

Alan McGowan
Edinburgh, Scotland

Marcus Michels
Hattiesburg, Mississippi

Ali Miller
King Park, New York

Rachel Moseley
Las Vegas, Nevada

Kevin Muente
Erlanger, Kentucky

Michael Nichols
Bowling Green, Kentucky

Frank Oriti
Cleveland, Ohio

Isaac Payne
Charlotte, North Carolina

Jeremy Plunkett
Cincinnati, Ohio

Elise Schweitzer
Roanoke, Virginia

Benjamin Shamback
Mobile, Alabama

Marna Shopoff
Indianapolis, Indiana

David Smith
Tin Hau, Hong Kong

Casey Snyder
Gaithersburg, Maryland

David Stanger
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Geoff Stein
New York, New York

Lance Turner
Morgantown, North Carolina

Alice Valenti
Baltimore, Maryland

Shaun Whiteside
Christiansburg, Virginia

Shane Wolf
St. Mandé, France

Stephen Wright
Valley Village, California


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