Durham Arts Council (DAC) in Durham, NC, would like to thank all of our CenterFest artists
for supporting our decision to hold CenterFest on Sept. 15
- 16, 2001. Without artists like you and your commitment to
quality, there would be no CenterFest. With your help, DAC offered
the Triangle community a peaceful and safe opportunity to gather
and heal. Art really does transcend all differences. The results
of the juried show were as follows:
Best of Show* went to painter David Oleski, Mount Joy, PA; First Place, 2-D went to photographers Carol Weeks & David Goldman, Pisgah, NC; Second Place, 2-D went to printmaker LouEllen Vernon-White, Yanceyville, NC; Third Place, 2-D went to painter Bob Rankin, Raleigh, NC; First Place, 3-D went to potter Charles Chrisco, Rural Hall, NC; Second Place, 3-D went to potter Michael Frasca, Harrodsburg, KY; and Third Place, 3-D went to porcelain sculptor Ray Gross, Lake Worth, FL. * The original selection for Best of Show, Jeff Nelson of Hudson River Inlay (Ossining, NY) was disqualified for a violation of CenterFest regulations. Thanks to our prize judges: Ronnie Lilly, Arts Education Coordinator for Durham Public Schools; Bronwyn Merritt of Bronwyn Merritt Gallery (Carrboro, NC), and Nancy Mullen of Charles-Ashley Gallery (Cary, NC). For further information call DAC at 919/560-2719 or on the web at (http://www.durhamarts.org).
"Annunciation," a sculpture depicting a winged angel hovering protectively above a robed, female figure has been selected as the top winner in the People's Choice Award in the National Sculpture Society's Annual Awards Exhibition that was at Brookgreen Gardens in Pawleys Island, SC, in the fall of 2001, before moving on to its New York site. "Annunciation" by Ellen Kennelly of Cambridge, MA, is the winner with 360 votes. The spiral composition created by the two connected figures resembles the form of a tornado. Kennelly, who also has a Master of Divinity degree, created the sculpture as a personal statement rather than a commissioned work. The concept of protection from the storm - embodied by the hand of the Angel Gabriel tenderly placed against the face of the individual - provides the basis for the sculpture. Second and third runners-up were "Peacock Monumental" by Marsha Tosk with 175 votes and "Divine Encounter" by Victor Issa with 160 votes. A total of 2,887 votes were cast in the popular contest in which each of the 62 works on display received at least one vote, including a sculpture that was in another exhibit in an adjacent gallery. The popular voting did not support the selections of the Jury of Awards in which top honors went to "Introspection" by Steven Larson of New London, CT, "Fishing Rock" by Bob Guelich of San Antonio and "River Run" by Tim Cherry of Branson, MO. "Visitors seemed to best appreciate works that portrayed a contemplative or spiritual message," noted Robin Salmon, Brookgreen's curator of sculpture, who announced the People's Choice winners. It was the second year that Brookgreen Gardens hosted the National Sculpture Society show that closed Oct. 28, 2001, before moving to New York where it opened to the public on Nov. 5 and runs through Jan. 26, 2002, at the NSS headquarters in the Park Avenue Atrium. For further information call 843/235-6021 or consult our web site at (http://www.brookgreen.org).
Full Circle Arts in Hickory, NC, has announced the results of its juried exhibition, "Art About Women". The purpose of "Art About Women" is to showcase visual art featuring women and women's issues using all media. This exhibition is also a benefit for the Battered Women's Shelter of Catawba County. On all works sold, Full Circle Arts will contribute 3% of their commission and 3% of the artist's share to this worthy cause. The show was judged by John Lomax, a professional artist living in Charlotte, NC, and will be on display in the Window Gallery of Full Circle Arts until Mar. 9, 2002. First Place went to June Marucci of Statesville, NC, for "Girls Rule". Second Place was awarded to Eileen Ross of Hendersonville, NC, for "Mediation" and Third Place to Michael Bock of Hickory, NC, for "Quiet Reflection". In the Student Division, First Place went to Julia Rice of Hickory, NC, for "Six Faces of Susan" and Second Place went to Jeffery Moore for "Hidden Landscape of a Woman". Honorable Mentions went to Betsy Hampton of Davidson, NC, Vae Hamilton of Conover, NC, Julia Campbell of Newton, NC, Andrew Thomason of Hickory, NC, Roger Osterbach of Statesville, NC, Frances Bost of Newton, NC, Margery Johnson of Hickory, NC, Fanjoy/Lanrenz of Hickory, NC, and Richard Sinclair of Taylorsville, NC. For further information call 828/322-7545 or on the web at (http://www.fullcircleart.com).
Awards Announced for the 24th Annual Juried South Carolina Artist's Exhibition at the Pickens County Museum in Pickens, SC
The Pickens County Cultural Commission in Pickens, SC, is pleased to announce that the Pickens County Museum's 24th Annual Juried South Carolina Artist's Exhibition was opened to the public with a gala reception and awards ceremony on Nov. 3. The exhibition will continue through Dec. 21.
The Juror for this year's competition is Douglas Bohr, Associate Curator & Exhibitions Manager at the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA) in Winston-Salem, NC, a working & exhibiting artist as well as Adjunct Professor at Wake Forest University. Bohr is known for his attentive application to both the curatorial process and in the creation of his own art and does employ both points of view in his teaching practices.
Bohr spent the day of Oct. 13 looking at, and contemplating 380 works of art representing 148 South Carolina artists. The vast array of paintings, drawings, photographs, prints, ceramics, fiber and other mediums made for the difficult task of selecting works for, and eliminating works from, the final show. The final selection of 77 works of art represents 46 of this state's most thought provoking artists.
Speaking about the task of jurying such a competition, Bohr said, "Like SECCA's recent North Carolina artists exhibition, Homegrown, the 24th Annual Juried South Carolina Artists' Competition is intended as a very straightforward survey exhibition. I made a conscious effort to not discern or impose any over-riding theme on the exhibition; there were no preconceptions or limitations placed upon the selection process. That said, I certainly made an effort to select works that marry both content and craftsmanship. Often enough the works of art that (a) seemed to reflect a personal or, more specifically, an idiosyncratic approach to art-making, and (b) seemed to somehow address prevailing paradigms of both culture and art, caught my attention. After all, that which avoids a conventional approach or predictable outcome in order to express a more personal statement (be it strictly formal issues or not that we discuss) is the art that speaks most eloquently of the individual and community in which it is made. So it was rare that style won over substance. On the other hand, poor craftsmanship was hardly rewarded - the more cohesive the relationship between form and content, the more powerful the image."
Bohr added, "Overall, I was impressed by the diversity and the quality of art to choose from. The selection process was by no means easy. While I am aware that any juried competition reflects the tastes and predilections of the juror, I believe that the resulting exhibition will speak to the artists that participated as well as to the audience that attends it. Exhibitions of this nature should celebrate the achievements of the art community as a whole and are only as strong and as diverse as those that choose to participate and submit their work for consideration. I sincerely hope that this exhibition, whether or not (an artist's) work was ultimately selected for this particular exhibition, encourages and inspires all artists to continue to support the arts community of your region, to continue your support of the Pickens County Museum, and, most importantly, to continue to pursue your own uniquely personal visions as artists.
The awards for this year's competition represent not only a cross section of what is taking place in the visual arts of South Carolina today, but also "where we are heading". Bohr chose the photo-collage, Footloose, by Greenville's Skip Woodward as the First Place Award. Second Place was presented to Amanda Sanders of Seneca for her oil painting, 68 Camaro. The Third Place honors went to Pickens' Grizzly Forge Studio for the pipestone, amber, steel & meteorite knife entitled Earth and Sky. Honorable Mentions were bestowed upon W. D. Weekes, Sr. of Spartanburg for his three acrylic paintings from the Blue Ridge Series, to Rock Hill's Frank McCauley for his mixed-media She Blinded Me, as well as to Cecile L. K. Martin of Seneca for her two works, a graphite drawing The Bride - Backward Glance and a watercolor, Déshabillé. In addition to the above awards, Bohr asked that Rock Hill's Nicholas Bowers be noted as a "Juror's Mention" for his collage VJ (Visual Jockey).
Teresa Mills, representing the Peoples National Bank, selected the steel and stone knife, Earth and Sky by the Grizzly Forge Studio (a.k.a. Griz & Helen Hockwalt) as the recipient of the Peoples National Bank Purchase Award and will add this piece to the Peoples National Bank Collection.
Thanks to the kind sponsorships of Pickens County, Peoples National Bank, Bud & Anita Nalley of the Nalley Construction Company, Blue Ridge Electric Cooperative, Greystone Industries, Dr. J. H. & Sue Jameson, John & Judy Rozelle, Ralph & Shirley Sarlin, Eddie & Mable Wynn, Robinson's Funeral Home, Crematorium & Memorial Gardens, Ye Olde Gift Shoppe, Liberty Family Pharmacy, Mary Ellen Crowthers and Jennings & Oleta Farr, the Pickens County Museum selected three works that, within the scope of their mission directive, will be added to the museum's permanent collection. The Pickens County Cultural Commission's Purchase Award honoring Shirley Sarlin was presented to Tom Flowers of Easley for his acrylic painting, Dacusville Hill. Additional museum purchase awards were made to Shirley Bayne of Travelers Rest for her drawing, Imp, to Glenda Guion of Easley for her clay wall sculpture, Ancient Shadows and to Amanda Sanders of Seneca for her oil painting, 68 Camaro.
In addition to the thirteen works of art singled out for special mention, there are sixty-four more on the walls and pedestals throughout the museum's second floor gallery. No matter where your individual taste in art may lead, you will find some satisfaction in this exhibition. The variety of work represented is a reflection of the varied types of art being created today.
For more information you can call the museum
at 864/898-5963, or e-mail at (email@example.com).
A dozen area amateur photographers won ribbons in the Transylvania County Arts Council annual Photography Contest, held Aug. 11-22, in Brevard, NC. Theresa George of Robbinsville, NC, won three prizes, a 2nd in Abstract/Special effects, and 3rd in both Landscape and Plants categories. Rick Ammons of Pisgah Forest, NC, won 1st in Abstract and 3rd in Animals. Rosemary Sauve of Brevard won 2nd in both Architecture and People. Lake Toxaway, NC, residents Lars Grothe and Barbie Harper won, respectively, 1st in both Animals and Landscape, and 2nd in Plants and 3rd in Architecture. Single prize winners included Dick Albyn of Pisgah Forest, NC, 1st in Architecture; Lisa Brittain of Mountain Home, NC, 2nd in Animals; Don Lander of Brevard, 1st in Plants; Tara Pierce of Brevard, 1st in People; Ben Potter of Brevard, 2nd in Landscape; Gil Rawlings of Brevard, 3rd in Abstract/Special Effects; Kelly Ussery of Brevard, 3rd in People. For further information call 828/884-2787.
The 24th Annual Exhibition of the Southern Watercolor Society, held at the McKissick Museum, at the University of South Carolina in Columbia, SC, began Apr. 29. The exhibition will be on view through July 29. There were 614 paintings entered by 338 artists. The show is comprised of 90 artists' work representing 17 southern states. The juror for the exhibition and awards was Gerald F. Brommer, artists, teacher, author, and national juror. The exhibition was organized by Toni M. Elkins of Columbia, SC.
The award recipients are as follows: Southern Watercolor Society/Best-of-Show Award ($3000) went to H.C. (Helen) Dodd of Houston, TX, for A Penumbra; Southern Watercolor Society Gold Award/1st Place ($2000) was awarded to Billie Sumner of Mt. Pleasant, SC, for Windows of Life; Southern Watercolor Society Silver Award/2nd Place ($1000) was given to Pat Cook of Waynesboro, VA, for Conversation XXVII; Southern Watercolor Society Bronze Award/3rd Place ($800) was given to Alex Powers of Myrtle Beach, SC, for The Arts; George Shook Award of Excellence (to signature members only) ($600) was awarded to Marilyn H. Phillis of Wheeling, WV, for Revelations; and the Southern Watercolor Society Award of Excellence ($600) went to Barbara Edwards of Jasper, GA, for City Dwellers. There were five Southern Watercolor Society Awards of Distinction ($500 each) given to: Jonathan Knight of Edwardsville, KS, for Study of Woman VI; Annette Rogers of Raleigh, NC, for Evening; Dean Mitchell of Overland Park, KS, for Pepperhill Youth; Robert Lamell Oklahoma City, OK, for Gigue; and Carole Pickle Emmauso, PA, for Gray Series XX. The Georgia Watercolor Society Award went to Angela Bradburn of Columbia, SC, for End of Day; South Carolina Southern Watercolor Society Award ($200) was given to Eleanor Clarke of Plantation, FL, for Wreathed Moon; Trenholm Artist Guild Award ($200) was awarded to Jerry Seagle of Austin, TX, for A Cloud Forms; Mr. & Mrs. John Kohler Award ($200) went to Mari M. Conneen Melbourne Beach, FL, for Pearaphanaila; Leroy Springs Artists Award ($200) was awarded to James Brantley of Opelika, AL, for Purple Heart; Potomac Valley Watercolorists Award ($200) was given to Frances Ashley Hall of Austin, TX, for Three Persimmons in a Row; Louisiana Watercolor Society Award in Honor of Mary Jane Cox ($100) was awarded to Purnell H. Pettyjohn of Lynchburg, VA, for Lexington, Virginia-Main Street; Kentucky Watercolor Society Award($100) went to Bill James of Miami, FL, for Cornucopia Dancers; Tallahassee Watercolor Society Award ($100) was given to Steve Jordan of Mt. Pleasant, SC, for Etch and Draw Bridge; Watercolor Society of Alabama Award ($100) was awarded to Janet Powers of Brunswick, GA, for Shadow of a Tree; Florida Watercolor Society Award ($100) was given to Miles Batt of Ft. Lauderdale, FL, for Speechless - Tonguetied; and Virginia Watercolor Society Award ($100) went to Patricia Harrington of Lynchburg, VA, for Layered Landscape.
Merchandise Awards included: Watercolor-Online Year's Membership Award ($250) was awarded to Ann Hardy of Colleyville, TX, for River Runs Through; Dick Blick Award ($200) went to Z.L. Feng of Radford, VA, for Temple Light; and DaVinci Paint Co., Inc. ($100) was given to Doris Buchanan of Cary, NC, for Harbor.
For further information about the Southern Watercolor Society check them out on the web at (http://southernwatercolorsociety.org).
The North Charleston Arts Festival took place from May 4-12, 2001, throughout North Charleston, SC, and at the North Charleston Performing Arts & Convention Center Complex. Several exhibitions are part of the arts festival and here are some of the results.
2001 was the first year of the new South Carolina Palmetto Hands State-wide Juried Fine Craft Competition, co-sponsored by the North Charleston Cultural Arts Program and the South Carolina Artisans Center in Walterboro, SC. We do not have information about the cash awards or who the juror was but the winners are as follows: Best of Show went to Elizabeth Mazyck of Mt. Pleasant, SC. Outstanding Merit Awards were given to Michael DuBois, Ladson, SC and Sallie Youmans, Edisto Island, SC. Honorable Mentions went to Elizabeth Keller, Conway, SC; Stanley Smith, Charleston, SC; Tom Boozer, Yonges Island, SC; Michele Blank, Mt. Pleasant, SC; Dennis Zabawa, Ladson, SC; Denise Crislip, Plum Branch, SC; Amy Ann Adams, Myrtle Beach, SC; Paula Brown, Aiken, SC; Carole Burton, Charleston, SC; and Michael Dubois, Ladson, SC.
Thirty pieces were selected for a Traveling Exhibition to be toured through the SC State Museum's Traveling Exhibitions Programs. The exhibit will be shown at the SC Artisans Center in Walterboro over the summer months and then continue on throughout the state.
The 2001 North Charleston Arts Festival Annual Juried Art Exhibition and Competition received 123 entries from artists from the Lowcountry of SC. The Best of Show award went to Bob Graham of Mt. Pleasant. Purchase Awards were given to Lorrie Gunn of Mt. Pleasant and Anita Blewer of North Charleston. The People's Choice Award was won by Bob Graham of Mt. Pleasant.
In the Oils Category: 1st Place was awarded to George Mueller of Hilton Head; 2nd Place went to Tami Cardnella of Mt. Pleasant; and 3rd Place was given to Ray E. Goodbred of Charleston. Honorable Mentions were awarded to Richard Rose, Mt. Pleasant; Nancy Davidson, Mt. Pleasant; and Anita Blewer, N. Charleston.
In the Watercolor Category: 1st Place went to Charles Parnelle, Charleston; 2nd Place was awarded to Caroline Street Trickey, Charleston; and 3rd Place was given to Bruce Chandler, Georgetown. Honorable mentions went to Lu Hook, Georgetown; Bette L. Bentley, Summerville; and Bob Graham, Mt. Pleasant.
In the Acrylics Category: 1st Place went to
Dana Coleman, Mt. Pleasant; 2nd Place went to Kem Welch, Hanahan;
and 3rd Place was awarded to Bruce Chandler, Georgetown. Honorable
Mentions were given to Sabine Avcalade, Summerville; Kaytee Bell,
Charleston; and George Mueller, Hilton Head.
The Mixed Media Category: 1st Place went to Anita Blewer, N. Charleston; 2nd Place went to Dian Hammett, Georgetown; and 3rd Place was given to Deborah Neal, Kiawah Island. Honorable Mentions went to Katherine DuTremble, Mt. Pleasant and Sandra Hilton, Camden.
In the Drawing/Pastel Category: 1st Place went to Lorrie Gunn, Mt. Pleasant; 2nd Place was awarded to Dian Hammett, Georgetown; and 3rd Place went to Patricia Brinson, Moncks Corner. Honorable Mentions were awarded to Anita Blewer, N. Charleston; Lorrie Gunn, Mt. Pleasant; and Peggy Howe, Mt. Pleasant.
The 2001 Photography Exhibition and Competition received 156 entried from artists living in the Lowcountry of SC.
In the Color Photography Professional or Advanced Amateur Division I: 1st Place was awarded to Olivia Smith, N. Charleston; 2nd Place went to Kenny McKeithan, Charleston; and 3rd Place was given to Ken Aikin, N. Charleston. Honorable Mentions went to Blaine Tronoski, N. Charleston and Olivia Smith, N. Charleston.
In the Monochrome Professional or Advanced Amateur Division I: 1st Place was given to Susan Lloyd, Charleston; 2nd Place was awarded to Doug DeLong, N. Charleston; and 3rd Place went to Susan Lloyd, Charleston. Honorable Mentions went to Blaine Tronoski, N. Charleston and Olivia Smith, N. Charleston.
In the Color Category Amateur Division II: 1st Place went to Jennifer Johnson, Charleston; 2nd Place went to Janet Cornish, Folly Beach; and 3rd Place was given to Tom Botchie, N. Charleston. Honorable Mentions were awarded to Ralph Schuman, N. Charleston and Tom Botchie, N. Charleston.
In the Monochrome Category Amateur Division II: 1st Place was given to Patten Dew, Charleston: 2nd Place went to Terry Hughes, Hanahan; and 3rd Place was given to Jennifer Johnson, Charleston. Honorable Mentions went to Cindy Waterlander, Goose Creek and Jennifer Justice, Mt. Pleasant.
The annual Youth Art Exhibition and Competition
had a total of 498 entries from students from schools in the Lowcountry
In the High School Division (Grades 9-12): 1st Place went to Lauren Murphy, Stratford HS; 2nd Place went to Amanda McSwain, Stratford HS; and 3rd Place went to Marvis Myers, Timberland HS. Honorable Mentions were awarded to Nicholas Bolden, Hanahan HS; Polina Ivanova, Charleston Co. School of the Arts; Kendall Heider, West Ashley HS; and Shea Stafford, Stratford HS.
In the Middle School Division (Grades 6-8): 1st Place went to Trey Williams, Charleston Co. School of the arts; 2nd Place went to Lisa Burk, Rollings Middle School of the Arts; and 3rd Place went to Johnny Knight, Charleston Co. School of the Arts. Honorable Mentions were awarded to Stacey Roddick, Alston MS; Kelsey Lamber, Rollings Middle School of the Arts; and Sam McMasters, Charleston Co. School of the Arts.
In the Elementary School Division (Grades 1-5): 1st Place went to Padan Starnes-Swinimer, Myrtle Beach; 2nd Place went to Maxwell Blank, Mt. Pleasant; and 3rd Place went to Blaed Bailey, Goose Creek. Honorable Mentions were given to Tacama McKie, E.A. Burnes ES; Jacquelyn Jordan, Sedgefield Intermediate; and Frankee Choice, Marrington ES.
For further information about this competition and exhibition call the North Charleston Cultural Arts Program at 843/745-1087.
The results of the 2001 Piccolo Spoleto
Outdoor Art Show, which takes place during the Piccolo Spoleto
Festival each year in May and June. The annual Outdoor Art
Show took place "this year" from May 25 - June 3,
at Washington Square Park in Charleston, SC. (Next year back at
Marion Square Park for the full 17 days of the Festival.) The
exhibition features the work of about 80 artists from throughout
South Carolina. The show is coordinated by Billie Sumner and Victoria
Platt Ellis, in conjunction with the City of Charleston's Office
of Cultural Affairs. The juror for this year's show was Harry
DeLorme of the Telfair Museum of Art in Savannah, GA. The results
are as follows:
The Mayor's Purchase Choice Award went to Chris Ritsch; 1st Place was awarded to Anita Blewer; 2nd Place was given to Karen Vournakis; and 3rd Place went to Susan Colwell. Merit Awards were given to Jennifer Smith, Zernie Smith, Richard Johnson, John Michaels and John Jones. Honorable Mentions went to Tammy Papa, Elaine Berlin, Dixie Dugan, Jeanette Nicholson and Daryl Knox.
For further infomation contact Billie Sumner at 843/884-8850 or Victoria Platt Ellis at 843/875-7500.
Charleston Crafts in Charleston, SC, proudly announces the award winners from the two Fine Craft shows, a part of Piccolo Spoleto Festival, held in Charleston, SC, May 25-27, 2001 and June 1-3, 2001. Both shows were a resounding success with some attendance records being set. Stephanie Lewis-Robertson of Indianapolis, IN and Robben McAdam of Charleston, SC, juried the shows respectively, selecting from the 142 artisans' pieces. The coordinators, Vicki Vigneault, Susan Manchester, and Dorinda Harmon, appreciated the efforts of the artisans who came from fourteen states to present their works.
The events are produced by Charleston Crafts,
Inc., a cooperative organization of South Carolina fine craft
artists, in cooperation with the Piccolo Spoleto Festival. The
Festival is co-produced by the City of Charleston, Office of Cultural
Affairs, and the College of Charleston, School of the Arts.
The awards given for the weekend of May 25-27 were as follows: the Mayor's Purchase Award ($525) went to Jam and Raja Piel, wood, Canton, GA; First Place ($400) was awarded to David and Debbie Owen, jewelry, Buckhannon, WV; Second Place ($300) went to Nancy Kubale, mixed media, Rutherfordton, NC; and Third Place ($200) was given to Ignatius Creegan & Rod Givens, fiber, Richmond VA. There were five Honorable Mention ($100) awards given to Rachel Weiss, jewelry, Charleston, SC; Danny Finney, folk art, Richmond, VA; Richard Gallager, glass, Harmony, WV; and Jeannie Holland, clay, Atlanta, GA. The Exhibitor's Choice Award ($200) went to Nancy Kubale, mixed media, Rutherfordton, NC. Purchase Awards were given as follows: ($300) Judy Goskey, jewelry, Burton, OH; ($300) Morris Johnson, folk art, St. Petersburg, FL; ($200) Charles Cecil, jewelry, High Point, NC; ($200) Charles Cecil, jewelry, High Point, NC; ($100) David and Debbie Owen, jewelry, Buckhannon, WV; and ($100) Sally Leydic, glass, Isle of Palms SC.
The awards given the weekend of June 1-3 were as follows: First Place ($400) went to Peter and Susan MacDougal, clay, Round Pond, ME; Second Place ($300) was given to Kim Kniest, metal, Wadmalaw Island, SC; Third Place ($200) was awarded to Wendy Newman, jewelry, Newport News, VA. Two Honorable Mention ($100) were given to Candy Caldwell, jewelry, Johns Island, SC and Annie Van-Every, clay, Seabrook Island, SC. The Exhibitor's Choice Award ($200) went to Peter and Susan MacDougal, clay, Round Pond, ME. The Slide Juror's Choice ($125) was awarded to Peter and Susan MacDougal, clay, Round Pond, ME. A Purchase Award ($100) was given to Gena VanDyke, clay, Charlotte, NC.
For further information/application to next year's shows, write to Charleston Crafts, P0 Box 22152, Charleston, SC 29413-2152, call 843/723-2938, or see their web site at (http://www.charlestoncrafts.org).
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