Front Street Art Gallery Annual Jury Show:  Now open for Submissions!

Scituate Arts Association’s

2022 Annual Juried Show                                     

April 8-May 1


Call for Entries Online/Prospectus

Online entry now through March 16



Entry is open to all artists. Work must be created outside of a class or workshop environment and completed within the last 3 years.



All works on paper or canvas must be properly framed and wired for hanging (no clip-on frames or saw tooth hooks).  Larger sculptures or other 3D works must come provided with suitable display stands. . Due to space limitations, The SAA reserves the right to refuse oversize works which may be problematic to hang or display or works whose subject is deemed non-PG. JPEG Image(s) submitted through this site must be artwork only, no frames/no glass.


Online Entry Instructions:

All entries must be submitted as a .jpg file via EntryThingy - Scituate Arts Association.  There is a maximum of 4 entries per person.  The .jpg files must be no larger than 8 Mb and the minimum image width is 900 pixels.  Each entry will require a title and “description” which is optional and defined with entry instructions.  Also needed are the price and the dimensions of the piece to plan gallery space.


Notification of Juried Status: 

Entrants will be notified by email of their entries’ status on March 23rd-24th.


Drop Off of Accepted Works:

Accepted works must be hand delivered to the SAA’s Front Street Art Gallery, 124 Front St, Scituate.  Sat & Sun, April 2nd & 3rd.   Drop off times will be announced in accepted emails March 23rd-24th.


Entry Fee: 

Non-members fee: S15 per entry/3 for $40

Members fee:  $12 per entry/3 for $30


You may join or renew membership at the time of registration.  The SAA will not accept entries for those whose membership requires renewing and will notify you of same.  To double check on membership status email   SAA will retain 33% of sales from artwork sold.


Jurors:  Eileen Casey, Sergio Roffo and Vcevy Strekalovsky 

Awards:  $500 prize for Best In Show, $100 first prize awards (a total of up to $1000 in prizes to be awarded).  Ribbons awarded for first, second and third place in each category: oil/acrylic, watercolor, pastel, photography, drawing/printmaking/mixed media, and 3-D works. Sufficient numbers are required per category for award.


Awards Reception: Friday, April 22nd from 6:30 to 8 at the Front Street Art Gallery, 124 Front Street, Scituate, if possible.  You will receive details on a filmed awards reception posted on or online if Covid numbers make crowds unacceptable.   Works will remain on display during Gallery hours 4/8 through 5/1.  


Accepted works pickup:

Front Street Art Gallery, 124 Front St, Scituate on Sun, May 1 at 3-5 pm or Monday, May 2, 4-6 pm.

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Gallery hours: Thursday to Sunday, Noon-5. A storage fee of $5 per entry will be charged after May 9.


Liability:   Though care will be taken in the handling of works, the SAA/Front Street Gallery is not responsible for loss or damage.


Scituate Arts Association  •

PO Box 214, Scituate MA 02066              


The Ellis House:

 709 Country Way, Scituate, MA 02066

The Front Street Art Gallery:

124 Front Street, Unit #8, Scituate MA 02066


Many Thanks to our Sponsors: Coastal Heritage Bank, Frame Center of Hanover and Janet Cornacchio, Jack Conway Realtor, Scituate



Direct questions to or 781-608-9691.  

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About our Jurors

Jurors will be Eileen Casey, Sergio Roffo & Vcevy Strekalovsky.

               Eileen Casey, Sandwich Artist, SHS Graduate and 2021 Best in Show winner, continues to teach pastel in Barnstable, Cotuit and Chatham. She is a International Association of Pastel Societies Eminent Pastelist, is a signature member of several national and regional pastel & art organizations, and is an active board member of the Pastel Painters of Cape Cod. Her work focuses on Nature and is a source of inspiration, sparking her imagination as she paints & draws nests, trees, water & landscapes.  Of her winning piece, Pond Light, Casey says, “I have painted more than a few representational local waterscapes and backyard koi and lily ponds. This painting was a departure for me as I simplified the view of light sparkling on the water & plants at a nearby pond… an abstracted interpretation of the scene using unexpected colors and simple shapes, rather than a realistic rendering. It was fun to create it with a variety of soft pastels on sanded paper.”


Sergio Roffo, a Scituate resident, holds the honor of being one of the youngest artists to be designated a "Copley Master" by the Copley Society of Boston. An elected "Fellows" member of the American Society of Marine Artists, an elected Art Renewal Center "Living Master" and an elected member of the Guild of Boston Artists.

“ Early in my career I was inspired by the early American painters such as Albert Bierstadt, Fitz Henry Lane and so many others and still am to this day. I’m inspired daily as I walk on the shoreline of a beach or in the forest or the mountains when I view the light. It’s never stop looking. I try to convey a sense of relaxed calmness in all of my paintings. To capture that elusive essence that is nature. A moment in time. It’s a characteristic that defines all of my work. We will always be students of nature. Brush stroke by brush stroke, Nature calls us back to capture the mood.”


Vcevy Strekalovsky is a third-generation painter of Russian heritage who graduated from Middlebury College in 1960, where he studied with noted Vermont watercolor artist Arthur K.D. Healy. In 1963, he received a Masters Degree in Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania. He has since studied painting with artists John Kilroy, Carolyn Anderson, Michael Lynch, Ken Auster and Ned Jacob. Vcevy has exhibited locally at the South Street Gallery in Hingham, Oceanside 17 Gallery in Hull, South Shore Art Center, North River Art Society, Scituate Art Association; and also at the Lyme Art association in Connecticut, the Copley Society in Boston, and the Southern Vermont Art Center. He enjoys participating in plein air events and painting figures, portraits, still life, and wildlife and livestock in their natural setting, and finds the large community of artists on the South Shore to be energizing.  Having lived in Hingham since 1969, Vcevy has a short commute to his firm Strekalovsky Architecture Inc.