New England's largest and most diverse science fiction and fantasy convention
January 16-19, 2015

Art Show

Arisia features a large and popular Art Show at which work can be sold by silent auction or gallery style at a fixed price. If you are not familiar with science fiction art shows, there is a useful description on this Yahoo page. Anne E G Nydam took a nice photo of her art up on our panels in the current room. Chaz Boston-Baden took a somewhat blurry photo of the empty panels in a past room.

Tables are sold out, but a few panels are still available in the show. Artists interested in exhibiting their work should be sure to register soon to guarantee space.

Artists exhibiting at Arisia'15 will include: Abrihette, Dawn and Alice Albright, R. L. Allison, Joshua D. Altobelli, E. J. Barnes, Alan F. Beck, Jim Belfiore, Marie Byrne, Kit Carlson, Kristina Carroll, Victoria Chapman, Peri Charlifu, Elne Clare, Sarah Clemens, LJ Cohen, Daniel Cortopassi, Laurel Cunningham-Hill, Cyd, Charlene Taylor D'Alessio, Ellen Eades, Bob Eggleton, eHawk, Wendy Ellertson, Sara Felix, M. Greenberg, Lisa Hertel, Butch Honeck, Ariela Housman, Catelyn Johnson, Jennifer Husmo, Bishonen Judge, Andrew Kaufman, sophie klesen, kristilyn, Bettina M Kurkoski, Nico LeBarge, Scott Lefton, Natalie Lessard, Julia Burns Liberman, Lubov, Mantis, Max Martelli, Theresa Mather, Diane M. Mathieson, Becky Maung, Mike Maung, Sally Mayer, Patricia McCracken, Ania Mohrbacher, Peter Mohrbacher, MoonThief, Heather M Morris, Sarah "Tashari" Morrison, Lee Moyer, Ben Newman, Anne Nydam, David Lee Pancake, Carole I. Parker, Pecan, Marianne Plumridge, Kimball M. Rudeen, Sandra SanTara, Lorraine Savage, Rachel Silber, Maurice Spaulding, Andrew Sprague, Jess Steytler, Ruth Thompson, Kendra Tornheim, Joan Turner, Andy Volpe, Weegoddess, and Raelinda Woad.

Located in the Harbor Ballroom upstairs on the east side of the hotel, Arisia's Art Show will feature the work our Artist Guest Lee Moyer and nearly 100 other artists in media from Acrylic and Bronze to Watercolor and Wire and everything in between. Most works will be for sale by silent auction or Quicksale or both.

Arisia sponsors a Student Art Contest for High School students and the work of the finalists will be on display.

There will be a series of docent tours of the Art Show, including an accessible tour. Check the program schedule for details, and be sure to set aside some time to come and enjoy the show!