2020 Pembroke Arts Festival Jurors

Yvonne Lamothe is an abstract landscape painter who lives in Quincy, Massachusetts and spends her days exploring and painting the marshes around her home. The glorious colors and the changing tides make for challenges she enjoys. Her paintings are energetic and vibrant. She is a member of Galatea Fine Art in the Sowa Art District and recently had a member's show at Concord Art. She is presently showing paintings in a group show at Paula Estey Gallery in Newburyport, MA. Lamothe holds a Master of Art Education from Massachusetts College of Art and Design and studied Painting at Museum School, Boston.


Marjorie Kaye is a painter and sculptor residing and working North of Boston.  Her work is an exploration of form and color, relying on process and steeped in both organic and geometric disciplines.  Colorful and bold, her works are kinetic and energetic. Her work has been reviewed in many publications including the Boston Globe and ArtScope Magazine, and has been shown extensively both locally and nationally, including galleries such as Galatea Fine Art in Boston, Walter Wickiser Gallery in Chelsea, NYC, Atlantic Works Gallery in East Boston, and the Provincetown Art Center and Museum.  She is a 2016 recipient of the Lillian Orlowsky/William Freed Foundation Grant as well as a finalist in the 2018 Massachusetts Cultural Council Fellowship award in Painting. Her work is included in collections at the Provincetown Art Center and Museum, Western New Engand University, Cambridge College, and Children’s Hospital in Boston.
Ms. Kaye is the founder and Director of Galatea Fine Art in Boston, MA, a large artist-run gallery featuring over 50 artists from Boston and beyond. She is also a curator, writer and artists’ mentor.

Paula Swift, M.Photog, Cr., CPP
Paula’s work has appeared in the Worcester Telegram & Gazette, Boston Globe, New York Times, LA Times, Esquire, Time, Newsweek and internationally via the Associated Press wire service. Paula was a staff photographer at the Worcester Telegram & Gazette in Worcester, Mass from 1995-2005. Three of Paula’s images were part of a Pulitzer nomination and finalist entry in 2000.
Paula’s portrait work has won two Kodak Gallery, Hallmark Award, Photographic Degree of Excellence by PPAM, Loan and General Collections at IPC, 2014 Photographer of the Year bronze medalist at PPA’s IPC. In February 2015 Paula received her Master of Photography at the Professional Photographer’s of America Imaging USA in Nashville, TN and her Photographic Craftsman degree in San Antonio, TX in January 2017. 2014, 2018 and 2019 Paula was recognized as a Bronze Medalist for her entries at the Professional Photographers of America International Photographic Competition.  
In May 2017, Paula’s book Storytelling Portrait Photography:
How to Document the Lives of Children and Families published.

She is a native of Longmeadow, Mass where she first learned to develop film in her parents’ basement.  She attended Fitchburg State University where she received her Bachelors of Science in Communications Media – Photography in 1995. Paula lives in Framingham, Mass. with her husband Chris, their three sons, a yellow lab named Swifty and a cat named Buzz, who are her daily inspirations.