Results of Past Juried Shows - 2000

 
 
Looking Back - Looking Forward Judged Art Exhibit Winners
The North Charleston Cultural Arts Program is proud to announce the winners of the recent Looking Back - Looking Forward Judged Art Exhibit, a component of the SC State Arts Commission's Views from the Edge of the Century Project. The North Charleston Cultural Arts Program, in cooperation with representatives from the Charleston, Mt. Pleasant, and Goose Creek Artist guilds brought this exhibition opportunity to local artists.
David Trickey, President of the Charleston Artists guild and his wife, Caroline. Linda and Ed Scavio, member and administrator of the Charleston Artists Guild.
There were 132 art entries in the competition that featured a wide variety of styles, compositions and mediums on display at the Charleston Area Convention Center from Dec. 1 - 10, 2000. The judge for this exhibit was Mary B. Gilkerson, juror
Mary B. Gilkerson, associate professor of art at Columbia College. Gilkerson is an accomplished artist in her own right, and has served as a juror in numerous state competitions.
Gilkerson chose the following entries as winners:
First place went to Ray E. Goodbred for an oil, "Summer Rental";
Second Place went to Zernie Smith for a pastel, "New York Images 4";
Third Place was given to Isabel Forbes for a graphite "Queen & Church"; Honorable Mentions. were awarded to Virginia Rowland for an oil, "Vintage Year";
Jim Darlington for an oil, "Man of Zion";
Jeffrey Kennedy for an oil, "Running Glory";
Emma Burckhalter for a watercolor, "Pueblo Valley";
Bob Sneed for an oil, "Hail to the Republic of Lemony Fresh"; and
Marvin Youngblood for an oil, "Sleeping With the Words."
The People's Choice went to Richard Rose for his acrylic, "Royal 378."
Purchase Awards went to Roxann Lewis for a watercolor, "A Riveting Good Read" &
Pamela Harden for a collage, "I Remember the Chiribaya Culture of Peru." All participants were honored with an artists reception on Friday, Dec. 1, 2000 and each received a Certificate of Participation in this unique exhibition highlighting the cultural achievements in the visual arts and illustrating the vitality and diversity of SC's visual arts community.
The following is a list of all the entries that made the juried show: Kaytee Bell - 3 watercolors, "Nick the Stick," "Shrimp's In," "Jack w/Daniels;" Isabel Forbes - 2 graphites, "Queen & Church," "Elizabeth Chapel;" Helen S. Reeves - 3 pastels, "Autumn Colors," "Lo Country Elegance," "Rose Solitaire;" Nancy Badgley - mixed, "Elliot's Cut," - acrylic, "Scratching Post;" Jack Thames - acrylic, " Bass Creek;" Jan Puckhaber - watercolors, "Deck View," "Roses and Berries," "Annie's Vessel;" Jim Darlington - oils, "Woman in Black Dress," "Man of Zion;" Jacquelyn Gamble - watercolor, "Lillies;" Ginny Hancock - oils, "Right Now," "Looking Back," "Looking Forward;" J.R.M. Silver - acrylics, "The Bargain," "Frolic," "Look Away, Dixieland;" Bob Herbert - acrylic, "Mallards," - mixed, "Ford Coupe;" Johnnie Stanfield - mixed, "Letting Go;" Maxine Whitehurst - watercolors, "Pink Max's Amaryllis," "Pink Confederate Rose;" Richard F. Rose - acrylics, "Roval 378," "Wailing;" Roxann Lewis - watercolors, "Mary's Baskets," "A Riveting Good Read;" Ray Hatfield - acrylics, "Magnolia," "Return To Me," "Memories of Sullivan's Island;" Renee Ettline - graphite, "The Adventurous Spirit," - mixed, "Mr. Robert;" Pamela Harden - mixed, "...Culture of Peru," "Half Circle w/Flame," - monotype, "Huevos Rancheros;" Virginia Rowland - oils, "Monday, Wash Day," "Vintage Year," "Autumn Sunset;" Linda Yoakum - oils, "Quiet Moments," "Mom and Me," "Forgotten Unneeded;" Deborah Palmer - pastel, "Lowcountry Big Sky;" Jeffrey Kennedy - oils, "Running Glory," "Fruits and Iris," - pencil, "Chief Shot in the Hand;" AnnMarie McKay - pastel, "Family Reunion...;" Bette L. Bentley - acrylics, "Summer Stripes at Folly," "Golden Grasses;" Thomas M. Blaylock - watercolors, "The Hug," "Adam...II," "The Beach comber;" Willis Sanders - pen/ink, "Great Blue Heron," "Ms. Maude," "Angel Oak;" Mary Fitzgerald - acrylic, "The Early Show,"- pastel, "Polly's Eggplant," - egg tempera, "Low Tide;" Vincent Bobo - watercolors, "Buffalo Count," "No Surrender," :Market Set-up;" Ray E. Goodbred - oil, "Tribute," "Summer Rental;" Robert Sweeny - pencil, "Pato and Wren," "Sugah 2;" Linda Medders - pastels, "Rookies' Boots," "Some Bunny Loves You;" Patricia Brinson - pastel, "Positively Poppy;" Gloria Allen Locklair - watercolors, "Life Within," "Blue Ridge Memoirs;"
Artist Marvin Youngblood, with wife Delores and daughter, Shanay. His oil painting, "Sleeping With the Words," won Honorable Mention
Marvin Youngblood - oil, "Beautiful Day for Fishing," "Sleeping with the Words;" Teri Gainey Bastian - pastel, "Pretty in Pink," - watercolor, "Magnolia;" Crystal Beasly - graphite, "Self Portrait;" Jennifer Polin - dry point, "Silent Night;" Shayna Beckman - pastel, "Untitled;" Anita Blewer - mixed, "Char. Nature Series II," - collage, "Charms of Charleston;" Carliss Prosser - watercolors, "The Kingdom of God," "Reflections & Meditations," - watercolor collage, "Heritage;" Emma Burckhalter - mixed, "Swan's Lake," - pastel, "Southwest Terrain," - watercolor, "Pueblo Valley;" J. Christian Snedeker - oil, "End of the Day;" Cicso Lindsey - oils, "Lowcountry Marsh," "Golf Cart Bridge," "Yellow Rose;" Christine Crosby - oils, "Retreat!," "Flying Fish;" Zane Gantt - watercolor, "Lowcountry Crabbing;" Eugenia L. Harrison - watercolors, "Romantic Shores," "October on the Island," "Brilliant Sunset;" Drayton Smith - acrylics, "CDR. E. P. Smith," "Leonard Turner," "Self-Portrait;" Linda Scavio - mixed, "Time & Tides," "First to Turn;" Sabine Avcalade - acrylics, "...Provena France," "Midnight Marsh," "Festival of the Arts;" Caroline Smith - silk, "Isabella," "Longing," "Absolutely Fabulous;" C. Staats - oils, "Ying Yang," "Contemporary Madonna," "Path to the Sea;" Bob Snead - mezzotint, "Welcome Cruel World," - oils, "Joyous is He Who...," "Hail to the Republic;" Zernie Smith - pastel, "New York Images 3," New York Images 4," "Three Candles for Ophelia;" Stan Herrington - airbrush, "Silent Watcher," "Observer;" David Helmericks - oils, "Remembering Aphrodite;" Krist Mills - monotype, "White Noise," "Interior," - acrylic, "Untitled Interior;" Pamela Bledsoe - acrylics, "Looking Back," "Looking Forward;" Yvonne Rousseau - acrylic, "Tradition Keepers;" Charles Parnelle - watercolor, "Light & Shadow," "Off Season," "Well?;" Rick Croucher - oil, "Foot Path."

The South Carolina Watercolor Society's 22nd Annual Awards Exhibition is on display at the Burroughs-Chapin Art Museum in Myrtle Beach, SC, through June 27, 2000. From the 200 entries submitted by artists in SC and the Brunswick, NC, area, 75 images were selected for the exhibition by the juror, Edward Betts, internationally known artist, juror, and author. Awards totalling $10,250 were given to the top 30 paintings. The winners are: (other awards mentioned on page 1.)
Trenholm Artists Guild & Cameo Art Gallery Award ($400) went to Wendyth L. Thomas of Columbia for Pool Series: Mossy Point.
A&Q Industries, Amero-Tex Limited, & CPT-Arkansas Award ($300) was given to Al Beyer of Aiken for Untitled.
Sonoco Products Award ($300) was presented to Carrie Burns Brown of Greenville for Syncopation.
First Southeast Insurance Services, Inc. Award ($300) went of Carolyn Epperly of Charleston for Mode Repose II.
SCWS Board of Directors Award ($300) was given to Claire K. Farrell of Lexington for Saint Helena Sunrise II.
SCWS Past Presidents Award ($300) went to Rose Metz of Sumter for Chambers.
Columbia Wednesday Paint Group Award ($300) went to Barbara St. Denis of Easley for Time Series 31: So...Are You Satisfied?
Colonial Life & Accident Insurance Co./UNUM Award ($250) was given to Ann Heard of Anderson for Western Tapestry.
Bebe & Lorin Mason Award ($250) went to Stephen R. McCrae, Sr. of Fort Mill for Texas Blue-Bells II.
Gray Man Gallery & Georgetown County Watercolor Society Award ($250) went to Joan Templer of Beaufort for The Swans of Tuenela.
Allen & Randolph Armstrong Award, In honor of Mary Sims New ($200) was presented to Angela Bradburn of Columbia for Lightstruck.
Art Xpress Award ($200) went to Kathryn Brush of Pawleys Island for Butterfly.
The Howard Gallery Award ($200) went to Vickie Baily Ebbers of Hilton Head for Just Past Ten.
The R.L. Bryan Company Award ($200) went to Dee Hansen of Columbia for Counterpoint.
Foundation for the Carolinas Award ($200) was given to Ingrid Hofer of McCormick for Shore Line.
Georgetown Steel Corporation Award ($200) went to Claire Miller Hopkins of Spartanburg for Waiting for Mama, Study #3.
Morris Gallery & Steve Junus/Edward Jones Co. Award ($200) was presented to Linda McCane of Spartanburg for Some Dance to Remember, Some Dance to Forget.
Wachovia Bank of Myrtle Beach Award ($200) went to Marilyn Murrell of Easley for Memories.
Waccamaw Gallery Award ($200) was given to Dorothy Nichols of Pawleys Island for Eruption.
Art in a Nutshell & Collectors Cafe Award ($200) was given to May Reisz of Columbia for Canyon series #1.
Hummingbird Gallery Award & Sumter Artists Guild Award ($200) went to Mary Ellen Suitt of Spartanburg for Serenity.
Charleston Art Galleries Award ($200) was presented to Steven Jordan of Mt. Pleasant for Mystic Morning.
For further info call 843/238-2510.
 
The Artists' Guild of Spartanburg Annual Juried Exhibition is on display at the Spartanburg County Museum of Art, Spartanberg, SC, through June 20, 2000. From entries submitted by artists, 74 images were selected for the exhibition by the juror, Connie Bostic. Bostic is an artist, curator of exhibitions and art critic who writes reviews and essays on exhibitions and artists. The winners are:
Best in Show was presented to Teresa Prater for Lady.
Second Place went to Daniel Cromer for Untitled and Unfinished.
Third Place was given to Jill Jones for Their Days are Numbered.
Spartanburg Museum of Art Merit Award went to Mary Ellen Suitt for Opening Night.
Award of Excellence was given to Jane Nodine for Words Not Spoken.
Award of Excellence went to Winston Wingo for Urban Runner, Target Practice IV.
Award of Excellence was given to Alwayne Williams for Basic Black Series - Mirror Image.
Mrs. Tom Malone Merit Award went to Doris Turner for Chuigan Temple.
Jean Price Blackfird Merit Award was given to Suzanne Zoole for The Green Room.
Eaddy Williams Hayes Merit Award went to Teresa Prater for Twilight.
Anonymous Merit Award was presented to Don Ferullo for Passage.
Southeast Printing Merit Award went to Rachel Burgess for Tower of Sin.
Spartanburg Photographic Center Merit Award was given to Stephen Stinson for John / Bass Fiddle.
Conn Arts Merit Award was presented to Michael Thorstad for Pollute
Art-Craft & Frame Merit Award went to Edythe S. Wise for Intermezzo.
For further info call 864/582-7616.
 
The 11th Biennial Southern Visions Photography Exhibition is on display at the Springs Gallery at the Museum of York County, Rock Hill, SC, through Aug. 22, 2000. From the 387 slide entries submitted by 139 Carolina photographers 53 images were selected for the exhibition by the juror, Olivia Parker, a highly acclaimed photographer. Awards totalling $5,000 were awarded in the categories of black and white, color and alternative methods. Thirty-six of these works will travel with the SC State Museum's Traveling Exhibition Program. The winners are:
First Place Alternative went to Lee E. Stewart of Charlotte, NC, for Out of the Blue.
First Place Black & White went to Amy Marie Holmes of Clemson, SC, for Tattooed.
First Place Color went to Adrian Emmett Harris of Greensboro, NC, for Untitled #3.
Second Place Alternative was presented to Donna H. Goodman, PhD, of Florence, SC, for A Soul Remembering My Good Friend.
Second Place Black & White went to Robert Pesek of Durham, NC, for Dillsboro, NC.
Second Place Color went to Jorge A. Otero of Lugoff, SC, for El Suenode Miro (Miro's Dream).
Third Place Alternative was given to William Willner of Winston Salem, NC, for Blue Fish.
Third Place Black & White went to Tina W. Manley of Rock Hill, SC, for Amilcar Monueles.
Third Place Color was presented to Laura Ann Evans of Boone, NC, for Blue.
All of the above winners were also selected for the Southern Visions Travelling Exhibition.
For further info call 803/329-2121.
The Fourth Annual Juried Western North Carolina High School Art Competition was on display at the Arts Center of Henderson County in Hendersonville, NC, through May 1. Open to all High School students in Western NC, the winners were chosen from over 250 entries from 11 participating High Schools. The winners were selected for the exhibition by the jurors, Elma Johnson and Brenda Coates, retired art faculty members from UNC-Asheville. The winners were:
The Best of Show Award went to Max Cooper of Mountain Heritage High School for his photo collage, Destiny.
The Judge's Choice Award was given to Pieter Smith of East Henderson High School for his Untitled painting.
The Two-Dimensional Category Award was given to Ariel Glassman from Hendersonville High School for her Untitled painting.
The Three-Dimensional Category Award was given to Mary Moseley of Asheville High School for her hand-thrown ceramic bowls.
The Mixed Media Award went to Rory Mulholland of East Henderson High School for his Self-Portrait.
The Photography Award was presented to Scott McKenzie of North Buncombe High School for his black and white photograph, James in Motion.
Ten Honorable Mentions were presented to the following students: Alexia Troxell and Kelli Punch of Mt. Heritage High School; Patrick Behm of TC Roberson High School; Anne Guazua, Jason Gaddy, and Nathan Roberts of North Buncombe High School; Laurissa Hoyle, Cara Hastings, and Stefani Hobbic of Hendersonville High School; and Jeremy Moore of East Henderson High School.
Gift Certificates sponsored by the following area businesses were given as prizes: Blue Butterfly Studio, True Blue Art Supplies, Presto Art Supplies, Highwater Clays, Frugal Framer, and Flinchum Photograph/Quick Prints.
For further info call 828/693-8504.

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