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CLC ‘Recent Works’ Exhibit Winners

Awards of Excellence $300: Brad Coleman (Lake Forest), Sheep VII and Sheep VIII; Josiah Eidmann (Antioch) Reproach. CLC Purchase Awards: Kathy Chambers (Libertyville), Venetian Specter; Beth Emsun (Antioch) The Crow

and the Pitcher; Arthur R. Noel (Beach Park), Untitled. Special Award of Merit $150: Sarah Mastalerz (Mundelein) Diary Box. Awards of Merit $100: Jane Ellefson (Lindenhurst) I am overtired of the great harvest I myself desired; Hans

Habeger (Evanston) Bundled and Stacked. Honorable Mentions $50: Jeff Baenen (Waukegan) Ripple; Corinne Buckley-Kukulski (Grayslake), Ark; Yuka Okane Inoue (Lake Forest), Find Me; I’m Here, in memory of Orva Vaupel (Ali O’Brien, donor).

Staff writers Joshua May, Zev Ginzberg, Cassandra Direnzo, Ashley Henry, Dominic Spizzirri Business Manager Dazelle Burgess Adviser John Kupetz

Contributors:

Courtney Gillen, AJ Horner, Program Board, Public Relations, Charles McChristian, Dan Prowse, Bob Booker

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October 14, 2011