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2020 Senior Art Show - Camden County College

2020 Senior Citizens Art Show Juried Art Contest and Exhibition

Congratulations to all of the participants in the Camden County Virtual 2020 Senior Citizens Art Show Juried Art Contest and Exhibition.

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Of the 17 Camden County senior artists who won first place in the County show and moved on to the 54th Annual New Jersey State Senior Citizen Art Show, 12 have been recognized.

The state winners were selected by jury from more than 300 submissions from throughout the state. The State virtual show may be viewed at

1st Place

Carol Gooberman,
Blue Ballet

Gerard Iannelli,
Non Professional,
Young Girl

Annette Rinker,

William Lane,
Non Professional,
Cathedral Geese

2nd Place

Robin Brownfield,
Non Professional,
Black Lives Matter

Bonnie Burbank,
Non Professional,
Mixed Media,
Gypsy Lady

Henry J Cummings,
Brick House Tea Pot

Peter Ehlinger,
Shen Yun

3rd Place

Richard Montemurro,
Digital Art,
Abstract 121

Honorable Mention

Howard Shivers, Non Professional, Pastel, San Francisco de Asis Mission
Rita Wood, Non Professional, Photography, Untitled
Michael Leathem, Non Professional, Works on Paper, Disillusioned


For more information, please email us at or contact us directly.

For general information contact:
Karen Nicholson
The Cultural & Heritage Commission at Camden County College
Office telephone: (856)-227-7200, ext. 4945

For logistical and/sponsorship information contact:
Andrea Wilson
Camden County College
Office telephone: (856)-227-7200, ext. 4991

What is the 2020 Senior Citizens Art Show Juried Art Contest and Exhibition?
Every year, the Camden County Cultural & Heritage Commission at Camden County College invites Camden County residents age 60 and older to submit artwork to the annual Senior Citizens Juried Art Contest & Exhibition. Any senior artist currently residing in New Jersey may submit artwork completed within the last three years. First-place winners at the County level advance to the State Senior Art Show. The competition is open to all professional and non-professional artists. Co-sponsored by the New Jersey State Council on the Arts and Mercer County’s Division of Culture & Heritage, with support from the NJ Association of Area Agencies on Aging and Meadow Lakes, a Springpoint community, the New Jersey Senior Citizens Art Show is now in its 54th year.