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2011 OFFICIAL PROGRAM

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WHAT’S INSIDE

GALLERY OF EXHIBITING ARTISTS

2 President’s Letter

38 Emerging Artists

4 Board Members

40 Clay

6 Festival at a Glance

42 Digital Art

10 Map

42 Drawing & Graphics

12 2011 Exhibitors

44 Fiber

16 Judges

46 Glass

18 Poster Artist

48 Jewelry

20 Leon Theodore Schools Exhibit

49 Leather

21 Morse Museum

50 Metal

22 Children’s Workshop Village

50 Mixed Media

24 Letter From the Mayor

53 Painting

25 Historic Casa Feliz

55 Photography

26 Foundation

56 Sculpture

27 Best of Show Collection

58 Watercolor

28 2010 Winners

59 Wood

30 Entertainment 36 A Walk Around the Festival 61 Patrons Program 64 Thank You 52nd WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL 1


President’s Letter

WELCOME TO ND THE 52 WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL Growing up in Winter Park I always looked forward to The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival. Whether I was going with my family or riding my bike, it has always been my favorite event of the year. I still feel that way to this day. The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival showcases 225 artists from all over the country and occasionally from other countries as well. The beauty of the City of Winter Park and the temperate weather combine to make our show one-of-a-kind. Our three professional judges award $67,500 in prize money in Awards of Excellence, Distinction and Merit, including our Best of Show $10,000 purchase award and the $2,500 Morse Museum Award for Distinguished Work of Art. More importantly, our artists compete for the honor of adding one of their pieces to your collection. Our board of directors is an all-volunteer staff and works hard year round to bring you a great show. We also have many community volunteers who enjoy a variety of jobs throughout the festival. The City of Winter Park Police and Fire Departments and the Parks and Recreation Department dedicate many hours to insure a successful event. We wouldn’t be able to put on the show without them. The festival not only showcases the work of established artists, it also seeks to add to the 2 52nd WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

development of new artists. The Emerging Artists Program provides an opportunity for new artists who have never exhibited in an outdoor show. Our Leon Theodore Schools Exhibit proudly displays artwork by talented Orange County students. This year eight local museums provide hands-on activities for children in the Children’s Workshop area. Easel painting is also available for young budding artists. There will be ongoing live music throughout the weekend with a top-name jazz artist for the popular Friday night concert. Food vendors offer a delicious array of food throughout the park all weekend. Our Patrons’ Program is committed to supporting the artists through dedicated funds pledged to purchase their artwork at the Festival. Please contact us if you are interested in this beneficial and enjoyable program. Our goal is to bring pleasure to those who have grown to love this event while opening the eyes of those who’ve just come for the first time. We hope all will come back for years to come. Holly Henson, President 2011 Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival


Board Members EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Holly Henson*, President Sarah Arnold, President-Elect Talley Mendinhall, Corresponding Secretary Earl Allen, Recording Secretary John King*, Treasurer

BOARD MEMBERS Louise Alimahomed Keith Barden Betty Bay Carolyn Bird Karen Branen Nancy J. Calhoun Daphne Cukier Charlene Demers Nancy Deutsch Jan Farnsworth Linda Guthrie Mercer Herman

Shari Hodgson Lynn Hough Linda King* Sandy Lenzen Monte Livermore, Jr. Justin Loughran Camille Marchese Linda McCormick Carole Moreland* Alice Moulton Beth Raffo Jessica Reo

Morna Robbins Miriam Rowe Tom Sacha* Jean Sprimont Danny Thompson Britt Thompson Katie Warner Derek Warner Marta Westall Chip Weston Carol Wisler Doni Young

PROVISIONAL MEMBERS Michael Fischer Eric Kuritzky

Stephanie Steele Martin

Mercedes Wechsler Marilyn Williams

SUSTAINING MEMBERS Dale Amlund Richard Awsumb Sabrina Balthazor Joann Darnell Bonnie Davis Hal Downing* Joyce Evans Margaret Fountain Conny Glicken Bob Green

Judy Green Debbie Hauert David Kellogg Doug Kerr Bob Klettner* Sally Leslie Brian Millard Jeanne Odom Rollin Patrick Lois Payne Roger E. Peters

Brian Phaneuf Kay Rich* Steve Schoene Nancy Stephenson Laura Storer Cynthia Sucher Lydia Taylor Churchill Thompson Suzanne Woodward Sally Zarnowiec*

*WPSAF Foundation Board 4 52nd WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL


Festival at a Glance The 52nd Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival takes place in Central Park along Park Avenue in Winter Park, Florida, March 18, 19 and 20, 2011 9 am-6 pm, Friday and Saturday; 9 am-5 pm, Sunday.

Winter Park City Ordinance prohibits animals in the park and on the adjacent streets and sidewalks during the festival.

ABOUT THE FESTIVAL

MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT

The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival is one of the nation’s most prestigious outdoor art festivals, consistently rated among the top shows in the country. The festival is also one of the largest outdoor events held in Orange County drawing approximately 250,000 visitors during the three-day show. This year, more than 1,100 artists from around the world applied for entry. An independent panel of three judges selected the 225 artists exhibiting their works in the festival. The National Endowment for the Arts, The White House, Congress and many others have lauded the festival over the years for promoting art and art education in Central Florida. An all-volunteer board of directors produces the annual festival, now celebrating its 52nd year.

All entertainment is free and presented on the Florida Family Insurance Stage located in north Central Park. To see a list of performers and the show schedule, please refer to page 30.

ART CATEGORIES The festival features a wide variety of fine arts and crafts in the following categories: Clay, Digital Art, Drawing and Graphics, Fiber, Glass, Jewelry, Leather, Metal, Mixed Media, Painting, Photography, Sculpture, Watercolor and Wood.

AWARDS Artists compete for 62 awards totaling $67,500. Best of Show is purchased for $10,000 by The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival Board and donated to the City of Winter Park. All previous Best of Show winners are on permanent display at the Winter Park Public Library. A $2,500 Award for a Distinguished Work of Art is presented through the Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art. There are 10 Awards of Excellence of $2,000 each, 20 Awards of Distinction of $1,000 each and 30 Awards of Merit of $500 each.

MERCHANDISE The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival posters and T-shirts are available at three merchandise sales tents. These tents are located at the north entrance (Park Avenue near the stage), the south entrance (Park and New England Avenues) and centrally at the intersection of Morse Boulevard and Park Avenue. This year’s poster is a beautiful watercolor of a Park Avenue street scene created by Winter Park artist, Edie Fagan. After the festival is over, you can still purchase this year’s poster and past posters by visiting our Web site at www.wpsaf.org.

FAMILY FUN Girls and boys can create their own artwork at the Children’s Workshop Village. Easel painting is very popular, and local art centers and museums feature a variety of fun, hands-on art activities for children. Admission is free, and participants may take home their artistic creations. The Children’s Workshop Village hours are 10 am-4 pm on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Easel painting is from 10 am–3 pm on Saturday and Sunday.

LEON THEODORE SCHOOLS EXHIBIT Aspiring young artists give festival attendees a show within a show at the Leon Theodore Schools Exhibit, where artwork by thousands of Orange County students is on display. (See location on map.) The creativity and the level of expertise displayed by these young artists will delight and amaze you. Be sure to take a look at this wonderful exhibit.

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WINTER PARK

SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL THE OFFICIAL PROGRAM MICHAEL MCLEOD Editor in Chief

LEIGH DUNCAN

Senior & Managing Editor

SCOTT JOSEPH Editor at Large

JASON CLONINGER

Art & Production Director

LAURA BLUHM

Contributing Art Director

NICOLE PASKOWSKY Editorial Assistant

MIMI BRIEGEL

Publishing Director Director of Sales

LORNA OSBORN

Senior Associate Publisher Director of Marketing & Public Relations

NICOLE REGO

Associate Publisher Advertising: mimi@ohlmag.com

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WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ARTIST PARKING

ARTIST PARKING

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NEW ENGLAND AVENUE - No Parking

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ART FESTIVAL AREA MAP ARTIST PARKING Albin Polasek Museum Cornell Museum Crealdé School of Art Maitland Art Center Mennello Museum Morse Museum Orange County Regional History Center Orlando Museum of Art Zora Neale Hurston Museum

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Handicap Parking in parking garage. Enter at Canton Avenue.

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2011 Exhibitors CLAY

410 Ronald Artman 122 Julie Berndt 6 Barry Bernstein 515 Fong Choo 231 Steve Cunningham & MiKyung Cunningham 202 Patrick Dragon 309 Karen Fincannon 629 Nathan Grubich & Amanda St. Hilaire-Grubich 627 Richard Gruchalla & Carrin Rosetti 715 John Herbon 23 Steven Howell 111 John Kellum 56 William Kidd 63 Jinsong Kim 608 James Klinger 704 Jennifer Lachtara 403 Ron Lederer 102 Susan Livingston 130 Don McWhorter 44 Jim Parmentier & Shirl Parmentier 17 Tim Peters 31 Edward Risak & Julie Risak 619 Michael Schwegmann 312 Vicki Tindall 304 Kostas Ulevicius & Aldona Ulevicius 612 Glenn Woods & Keith Herbrand 12 52nd WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

DIGITAL ART 16 Chris Dahlquist 118 Day Greene 422 Alan Klug 211 Pat Little 67 Lou Zale DRAWING & GRAPHICS 308 Marla Baggetta 8 Michael Bond 55 Dave Bruner 14 John Costin 128 C. L. Cunningham 616 Robert (Chip) DuPont 501 Helen Gotlib 123 Vicki Jones 316 Julie Keaton-Reed 419 Flo Kemp 18 Gillian Kemper 37 Lynn Krause 712 Clare Malloy 413 James (Michael) Nemnich 48 Stephen Sebastian 28 Grant Silverstein 322 Beau Stahl 301 Marina Terauds 607 Nha Vuu

125 Marcia Hammond 61 Stephen Kostyshyn 307 Ira Lances 617 Jan Mayer & Ben Gallaway 105 Mary McFarland 708 Lisa Mergen 521 Hetty Metzger & Norman Metzger 116 Rhanna Nyman 411 Lori O’Neill & Kate Bedford 208 Barbara Rubright 29 Shekina Rudoy 507 Annie Turbin 13 Jill Wagoner GLASS

FIBER

513 Billie Barthelemy 407 Kate Beck 609 Ignatius Creegan & Rod Givens 719 Leah Dziewit 220 Lorin Fields 320 John Gunther

414 Scott Amrhein 317 Leon Applebaum 22 Brian Becher 2 Joseph Becker 221 Todd Cameron 52 Renee Engebretson & James Engebretson 206 Angelo Fico 705 Richard Fizer 618 Scott Gamble 302 Mark Glocke & Julie Glocke 114 Earl James 625 Michael Lightcap 64 Duncan McClellan 60 Phillip Nolley


2011 Exhibitors 45 Steve Palmer 603 David Royce 606 Robinson Scott 15 Andrew Shea 33 Bill Slade & Jon Slade 717 Thomas Spake 101 Mark Sudduth 127 Herb Thomas & Colleen Thomas 203 Paul Willsea & Carol O’Brien

LEATHER 57 Marvin Bower & Bonnie Bower 626 Steve Edgar 219 Joseph Henderson 49 Greg Roche 314 Horace Thomas & Shawn Thomas 605 Marcella Toro & Alberto Toro

JEWELRY

METAL 225 E. Moises Diaz 711 Michael Gard 517 Jonathan Harris 38 Merri Pattinian 319 Alex Santamarina 611 Ron Schmidt 604 Frank Strunk & Bethany Peabody MIXED MEDIA

303 Rick Austin 310 William Bailey & Lisa Bailey 601 Barbara Bayne 104 Christian Butera 214 Chris Carlson 702 David Conroy 224 Jeff Dawald 19 Phillip Hall 402 Kristin Holeman 5 Antoni Kozlowski 35 Michele LeVett 406 Barbara McLaughlin & Robert McLaughlin 39 Joan Michlin & Skip Ennis 213 Jay Nielsen 47 Elaine Rader 215 Sharon Rosenthal 420 John Ruff & Carolyn Ruff 615 Katherine Worthington

51 Paul Andrews 716 Jack Bond 610 Wolff Bowden & Amanda Birdsall 216 David Burton 504 Darron Chadwick & Jennifer Chadwick 42 Will Corr 701 Kina Crow 318 Ellie Diez-Massaro 54 Ummarid Eitharong 516 Wayne Francis

201 Marlow Gates 405 Beverly Hayden 115 Milenko Katic 131 Jeff League 630 Ynon Mabat 11 David McKirdy 624 Lou Michaels 46 Scott Olson 36 Phil Parker 68 Rasa Pranckunaite & Algis Keburys 7 Steven Radtke & Beth Radtke 209 Mikel Robinson 62 Tony Savoie 207 Joyce Stratton 412 Simo Tesla & Cat Tesla 124 Cheryl Ward & Steve Ward 223 Liz Williams PAINTING

228 Doug Bloodworth 129 Edson Campos 323 James Carter 24 Rimas Ciurlionis 1 Matthew Cornell 58 Scott Coulter 12 Charles Gatewood 66 Joseph Grieco 205 Mel Grunau 408 Bruce Holwerda 509 Xiao Jiang 623 Ning Lee 52nd WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL 13


2011 Exhibitors PAINTING 505 Kai Liang 117 Michelle Mardis 602 David Oleski 311 Ken Orton 21 Bruce Peeso 718 Dexiang Qian 222 Stephen Ray 415 Caren Sarmiento 203 Roderick Stevens 706 John Thursby 713 Li Wang

65 Ron Rocz 506 Bill Sargent 30 Garry Seidel 53 Vincent Serbin 41 Paul Stevens 3 Allan Teger SCULPTURE

32 Randy Eckard 714 Beth-Anne Fairchild 707 Robert Flowers 622 Lori Jenkins 510 Carmen Lagos 9 Gregory Strachov 43 Russell Yerkes

PHOTOGRAPHY

614 David Archer 514 Richard Auger 34 Michael Bryant 229 Leah Cavanah 313 Dick Cunningham 628 Lorrie Dallek 121 John Deng 10 Clifton Henri 306 Dave Hoffman 321 Chris Honeysett 421 Alan Klug 709 David Korte 227 Brian Miller 218 Alan Mogensen 720 Marius Moore 404 James Parker

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WATERCOLOR

511 Susan Griggs Allen 50 Paul Braun 409 James Casey 621 Michael Costello 710 David Figueroa 212 Charles Hazelaar 217 Dennis Johnson 40 Steven Olszewski 401 Mark Orr 315 Gabriel Puyana 107 Dale Rogers 103 Marlene Rose 108 Marc Sijan 109 Charles Strain 613 Lewis Tardy 25 Thomas Wargin 230 John Whipple

WOOD 20 James Barnes 110 Thomas Dumke 324 Matthew Hatala 226 Glenn Mace 4 Steven Potts 119 Russ Schmidt 59 Brian Sykes EMERGING ARTISTS Booths 416, 417, 418

Nicholas Bain Andrew Vega Tim Yankosky


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Judges ABOUT THE JUDGES Each year the art festival selects three judges from around the country who have artistic credentials in varying fields. In October 2010, these judges selected 225 artists that will participate in the show from more than 1,100 artists who applied. The images they view for selection have numbers but no names so the judges won’t be swayed by recognition of the artist. These same judges attend the festival in March and view each artist’s entire body of work in order to select the winners of this year’s $67,500 in awards.

GENE KOSS Gene Koss started the glass program at Tulane University and brought the movement of glass art to New Orleans. Combining cast glass with metal, wood and other materials to create monumental works, he has raised glass sculpture to the realm of public art. Koss’s work has had a profound impact on American artists working in both steel and glass media. His work is included in numerous private collections and has been displayed in museums and galleries throughout the United States and abroad.

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INEZ S. WOLINS

STEVEN MATIJCIO

Inez S. Wolins currently heads the Division of Interpretation & Education at Boston National Historical Park at Charleston Navy Yard. Previously she has been a development consultant at Pacific Asia Museum in Pasadena and Vice President at the Bowers Museum of Cultural Art, also in southern California. An experienced arts administrator, she has been affiliated with the Autry National Center of the American West, C.M. Russell Museum, Harn Museum of Art, Wichita Art Museum, and Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. She regularly conducts workshops and serves as a program consultant at notable museums across the country.

Steven Matijcio is the Curator of Contemporary Art at the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA) in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. He has also held positions at the Plug In Institute of Contemporary Art, the Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery, Art Gallery of Ontario, and the National Gallery of Canada. He has written for journals including Canadian Art and Canadian Architect, and conducted interviews with Jane Alexander, Shaun Gladwell, Nasrin Tabatabai and Babak Afrassiabi. Matijcio served as a professor in contemporary art practice, theory and criticism at the University of Manitoba from 2007-08, and continues to remain active as a writer, researcher, and lecturer.


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Poster Artist

EDIE FAGAN Winter Park native, Edie Showalter Fagan’s watercolors are painted in a loose, spontaneous manner. She enjoys painting landscapes, still life and figures, and is well known for her dog portraits. She holds a degree in Art from Queens University in Charlotte and has studied watercolor with nationally and internationally known artists. The National Watercolor Society and the Florida Watercolor Society have honored her with signature memberships, and she was a studio artist at Crealde School of Art in Winter Park, Florida.

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She was published in Splash 9 - a collection of watercolors by top contemporary American artists. Before being selected as the artist for The 2011 Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival poster, she was the poster artist for Winter Park’s 2005 Doggie Art Festival and the 2006 Winter Park Autumn Art Festival. In 2008 she painted an ornament representing Florida for the White House Christmas tree. Her awardwinning paintings have appeared in newspapers and magazines, and are treasured in clients’ homes nationwide.

“My goal is to interest the viewer in lingering awhile to enjoy the choices I’ve made in value, color, hard and soft edges, negative and positive shapes and the play of light. Sometimes it’s more about what I’ve omitted than included. It’s much like the rhythm of song, poetry, prose or dance – each artist makes choices that give her work a personal voice.” Edie Fagan, NWS, FWS www.ediefagan.com


Leon Theodore Schools Exhibit SEE FUTURE PICASSOS, VAN GOGHS & O’KEEFES ON DISPLAY Thousands of pieces of colorful and creative artwork of all types delight parents and festival attendees alike at the Leon Theodore Schools Exhibit. In 2000, the exhibit was named in honor of long-time Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival board member, Leon Theodore who was also an art educator at Edgewater High School. He was involved with advancing the schools exhibit since the first festival in 1960. Artwork created by middle and high school students in Orange County public and private schools is selected by local art teachers to be part of the display. This year’s judges, Pam Miles and Michele Tuegel, will award a Best of Show and bestow honors in a variety of art categories.

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Look for the big white tents of the Leon Theodore Schools Exhibit located across the railroad tracks, behind the post office, and near the stage in North Central Park. The future of art begins here!


Morse Museum TIFFANY WORKS SHINE AT THE MORSE MUSEUM Museum offering free admission during art festival

This leaded-glass transom is one of several such panels from the dining room of Louis Comfort Tiffany’s Long Island estate, Laurelton Hall. The panel is now on view at the Morse.

The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art—located on the corner of North Park Avenue and Canton Avenue—is home to the world’s most comprehensive collection of works by American artist and designer Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848-1933). Highlights include the restored Byzantine-Romanesque chapel interior that Tiffany designed for the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago and a new wing that showcases the Museum’s collection of art and architectural objects from Tiffany’s celebrated Long Island home, Laurelton Hall. The

galleries support the first permanent exhibition of these objects. The recently restored Daffodil Terrace, prize-winning leaded-glass windows, iconic Tiffany lamps, and custom furnishings are among the featured installations. Admission to the Museum is free during The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival. The Museum is open 9:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday through Friday; 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday; and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. For more information, visit www.morsemuseum.org.

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Children’s Workshop Village HEY KIDS, SHOW US YOUR CREATIVITY, IT’S FREE! Boys and girls, here is your chance to show everyone your artistic abilities by creating a unique piece of artwork that you can keep and share with your family and friends. Best of all, it’s all free. The fun happens between 10 am and 4 pm at the Children’s Workshop Village on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Admission is free and kids can keep what they make. The Children’s Workshop Village is appropriate for children ages 2 through 12. One of the most popular activities at the Village is easel painting on Saturday and Sunday, 10 am 3 pm. In addition, each of our museum partners has prepared interesting hands-on arts and crafts activities on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 10 am - 4 pm. This is one of the most anticipated events at the festival each year and thousands of children and their families participate.

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The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival Committee believes children of all ages can develop a love and appreciation for art when they are given the opportunity to explore their own creativity. Members of the Rotary Club of Winter Park enthusiastically volunteer to make the easel painting possible. Special thanks go to our museum partners for their participation in the Children’s Workshop Village. Continue your creative involvement through the many varied activities offered at these art centers and museums all year long.


PARTICIPATING MUSEUMS

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The Charles Hosmer Museum of American Art

Cornell Fine Arts Museum at Rollins College

Crealdé School of Art

Maitland Art Center

The Mennello Museum of American Folk Art 407-246-4278 www.mennellomuseum.org

Orange County Regional History Center

Orlando Museum of Art

Zora Neale Hurston National Museum of Fine Arts

407-645-5311 www.morsemuseum.org 407-646-2526 www.rollins.edu/cfam 407-671-1886 www.crealde.org

407-539-2181 www.maitlandartcenter.org

407-836-8500 www.thehistorycenter.org 407-896-4231 www.omart.org

407-647-3307 www.zoranealehurston.cc

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Letter From The Mayor I am proud to welcome you to beautiful Winter Park, the City of Culture and Heritage, as we host the 52nd annual Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival. This nationally-acclaimed art festival has grown in popularity and stature over the years. During your visit, you will be joined by hundreds of thousands of people from across the United States as well as abroad. Since last year’s festival, we have completely renovated Central Park, the crown jewel of our city. We hope you enjoy the new amenities which include wider walkways, decorative light posts, fresh sod and lush landscaping. We have a long history of embracing the arts in our community and are excited that you will have

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the chance to see just why we take such pride in our city’s natural beauty and all that it has to offer. While you are enjoying one of the country’s most prestigious art festivals, I hope you will also have the opportunity to visit the many shops, restaurants, museums and cultural amenities along Park Avenue, Hannibal Square and throughout Winter Park. On behalf of the City Commission, our city staff and the residents of Winter Park, I hope your stay is a pleasant and fun-filled experience. We are happy you have chosen to spend time with us and look forward to seeing you while you are enjoying the 52nd annual Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival. Warmest regards,

Mayor, Winter Park


Historic Casa Feliz members rallied around the house Casa Feliz, or “Happy House” in in the year 2000, when the property Spanish, is the signature residential faced the threat of demolition. More work of noted architect James Gamble than $1.2 million was raised in private Rogers II. Initially known as the Barbour donations to save and restore the Estate, this Andalusian-style masonry home. The first step was to move the farmhouse has significantly influenced house across Interlachen Avenue to the architectural and cultural aspects its present location on the Winter Park of this community. In 1932, when Golf Course. The 750-ton building Massachusetts industrialist Robert balanced on 20 pneumatically leveled Bruce Barbour commissioned Rogers photo by Art Faulkne dollies, and rode the 300 yards to its to design a home on the shore of Lake Osceola, the young architect described it as a new home. Once the house was positioned in its new “dream come true.” Barbour offered Rogers unheard-of location, restoration began. Highly skilled craftsmen and freedom for an architect; “Design it any way you like. If artisans worked to restore the house to its original design. I don’t like it, I’ll sell it.” Thus, perhaps more than any of Today, Casa Feliz serves the community as a historic home Rogers’ buildings, Casa Feliz bears his imprimatur. It was museum and rental location for private parties, weddings, built during the Great Depression for a cost of $28,000. and business events. Come visit during our “Music at the Barbour loved the resulting house, as did the Winter Park Casa” public open house--each Sunday from 12 pm - 3 community that cherished the home as the crown jewel in pm. Private tours of 10 or more guests can be arranged by this “City of Homes” over the next 70 years. Community calling 407.628.8200.

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The Foundation

Our Outreach Program The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival Foundation, Inc. (the “Foundation”) provides grants to promote community appreciation of the arts and to support arts education through scholarships and programs. The Foundation supports The Children’s Workshop Village, The Leon Theodore Schools Exhibit and the Emerging Artists Program at The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival each year. It also funds the Jean Oliphant Scholarship at Rollins College in Winter Park and The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival Scholarship at the University of Central Florida in Orlando. The Foundation received funding in 2010-2011 from donations by the Winter Parkbased Galloway Foundation, Land O’ Lakes, Inc., David and Jennifer Foley, and from The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival. The Foundation, a Florida corporation not-for-profit, was approved as a 501(c)3 tax-exempt entity in September of 2008 by the Internal Revenue Service. If you would like to make a donation or find out more about The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival Foundation, please contact the Foundation at P.O. Box 597, Winter Park, FL 32790, WPSAF@yahoo.com or at 407-672-6390.

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2010 Oliphant Scholarship winner is Danielle Guimaraes


Best of Show Collection

Walking Tour Part of Library’s Celebration What does it take to win the best of show award at a festival which features 225 of the top artists in their fields? It is a little easier to understand the answer when you meet the artists who have won in person and hear from them the behind the scenes stories. You find out what goes into the technical process of making their artwork and what individual passions are mixed in to make their creations unique. That is what the audience experienced at the Winter Park Public Library’s second Best of Show Walking Tour on December 2, 2010. The program featured two of Florida’s most noted creative forces, glass artist, Duncan McClellan and jewelry artist, Pam Allman Fox. Both artists are two-time winners of The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival’s Best of Show Award. This educational program was part of the Winter Park Public Library’s 125th anniversary celebration. Top: Duncan McClellan Bottom: Pam Allman Fox

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2010 Winners BEST OF SHOW John Thursby Ocala, FL Painting Rock, Paper, Scissors

MORSE MUSEUM AWARD Ummarid Eitharong Orlando, FL Mixed Media Two Minutes Warning

AWARD OF EXCELLENCE James E. Barnes, Woolwine, VA. Wood: Banksa Pod Michael Bond, River Falls, WI. D&G: Grand Canal - Venice, Italy James Carter, Southbury, CT. Painting: Face to Face Scott Coulter, Sarasota, FL. Painting: Slick Phillip Hall, Atlanta, GA. Jewelry: Cuff Bracelet Matthew Hatala, Danielsville, GA. Wood: Australian Grasstree William Kidd, Miramar, FL. Clay: Ambrosia Jinsong Kim, Mims, FL. Clay:Woven Concepts Tony Savoie, Orlando, FL. Mixed Media: Inspiratus Collectus - Fight or Flight John Whipple, Winter Park, FL. Sculpture: Parade

AWARD OF DISTINCTION Brian Becher, Columbus, OH. Glass: Color Weave Oval Bowl Doug Bloodworth, Lady Lake, FL. Painting: Cheetos Michael Bryant, Atlanta, GA. Photography: The way seems clear, but clarity is often tenuous Matthew Cornell, Orlando, FL. Painting: Low Country John Costin, Tampa, FL. D&G: Pensive Great Blue Kina Crow, Allison Park, PA. Sculpture: A Circular Motion Thomas Dumke, Oconomowoc, WI. Wood: Hunt Side Board Randy Eckard, Blue Hill, ME. Watercolor: Standing in the Shadows Nathan Grubich & Amanda St. Hilaire-Grubich, Ludington, MI. Clay: Virus, Fungus, Pollen…Oh My Antoni Kozlowski, Shelby Township, MI. Jewelry: Amber Necklace Ning Lee, Livingston, NJ. Painting: P NO.1 Michele Levett, Durham, NC. Jewelry: My Garden - Neckpiece Emerson Matabele, New Orleans, LA. Photography: The Seeker David McKirdy, Tampa, FL. Mixed Media: Run Riverun Phil Parker, Flagler Beach, FL. Mixed Media: Instrument of Art and Science Elaine Rader, Blue Ridge, GA. Jewelry: Boulder Opal Pendant Grant Silverstein, Mansfield, PA. Drawing & Graphics: A Convocation of Muses Scott Summerfield, Bakersville, NC. Glass: Mustard & Yellow Dwelling Brian Sykes, Charlotte, NC. Wood: Cactus Bloom Marina Terauds, North Branch, MI. D&G: Atlantis

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William Bailey & Lisa Bailey, Dripping Springs, TX. Jewelry: Refinement Jeffrey Berryman, Kersey, CO. Painting: Telluride Mine Ciurlionis, Berwyn, IL. Painting: Reflection Ignatius Creegan & Rod Givens, Petersburg, VA. Fiber: Pagoda Sana Doumet, Clearwater, FL. Jewelry: Galaxy Bracelet Patricio Ferreira & Neena Ferreira, Orlando, FL. Jewelry: Double Emotion Scott Gamble, Cumming, GA. Glass: Portal - bowl Leigh Griffin, Atlanta, GA. Jewelry: Heidi Red Shoe Chris Honeysett, San Rafael, CA. Photography: Embarcadero Savoy Stephen Kostyshyn, Charlevoix, MI. Fiber: Vase Birgit Kupke-Peyla, Salinas, CA. Jewelry: Verve II Jeremy Lampe, St.Louis, MO. Mixed Media: Monarch Jeff League, Winter Park, FL. Mixed Media: Spirit Boat Sandy Lent, Lake Mary, FL. Glass: Sea Stars Anne London, Hilliard, OH. D&G: Virunga Mirage Duncan McClellan, Tampa, FL. Glass: Alchemist’s Fire Series Jody dePew McLeane, Eagle River, WI. D&G: Silver Mirror/Pewter Plates Don McWhorter, Carrollton, GA. Clay: Looking Out the Temple Window Joe Nielander, Spruce Pine, NC. Glass: Gestural Tim Niewiadomski, Akron, OH. Wood: Eyes of Jade Anthony Pack, Overland Park, KS. Mixed Media: Peppermint Trunks James Parker, Rochester Hills, MI. Photography: Back to the Hive Shekina Rudoy, Princeton, NJ. Fiber: Desert Jacket with Scarf Garry Seidel, Davie, FL. Photography: Suspended Vincent Serbin, Lake Katrine, NY. Photography: Sunflowers with Silver Mary Sly & Dan Wyatt, Friday Harbor, WA. Fiber: Sunrise Lotus Kimono Jacob Stout, Columbus, OH. Glass: Incalmo Amphora Gregory Strachov, Floral City, FL. Watercolor: Desert Lapis Vasileios Tsentas, Orlando, FL. Clay: Tactile Vase 23 Judith Wood, West Palm Beach, FL. Fiber: Mountains of Joy


Entertainment

SCHEDULE

LIVE ON THE FLORIDA FAMILY INSURANCE STAGE FRIDAY, MARCH 18 4:30-5:15 PM Lyman High School Jazz Ensemble 5:45-7:00 PM Jose Valentino 7:30-9:00 PM Rick Braun

SATURDAY, MARCH 19 10:00-11:00 AM Beautiful Music Rock Chamber Quartet 11:30-12:15 PM Rollins Bach Brass 12:30- 1:30 PM Doug Bailey’s Pop Shop Inc. 1:45-2:30 PM Davey Rocker Barnyard Jam 2:45-3:45 PM Mt. Dora Jazz Band 4:15-5:45 PM Chieli Minucci and Special EFX

SUNDAY, MARCH 20 10:00-10:45 AM Beautiful Music Three Flutes Only 11:15-12:00 PM Orlando Brass Quintet 12:30- 1:30 PM MakeShift – a cappella 2:00-3:00 PM River Bottom Nightmare Band 3:30-5:00 PM Brian Simpson

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Entertainment BRIAN SIMPSON

A longtime studio musician, musical director and touring keyboardist to stars as diverse as Janet Jackson and Dave Koz, Brian Simpson’s breakthrough as a solo artist with his Rendezvous Entertainment album It’s All Good was the jazz genre’s major story of 2006. Focusing once again on compelling acoustic piano melodies, bright jazz improvisations and spirited funk grooves, Simpson keeps the extraordinary momentum hopping-and, true to the moniker he chose for the new album, soaring--with Above The Clouds. The title track of It’s All Good proved instantly and joyfully prophetic, as it hit No. 1 on the Radio & Records Smooth Jazz Airplay chart and remained in the Top 5 for four months; his follow-up single “Saturday Cool” went Top 15. A jazzman from an early age, he grew up in Gurnee, Illinois, a small town north of Chicago, picking up piano

at the age of 10. Simpson went on to study at Northern Illinois University, where he majored in piano and starred in the school’s big band, an ensemble that won numerous Downbeat awards and toured all over the world. Upon graduating with a BA in music, Simpson moved to Los Angeles, quickly immersing himself in the local jazz scene. He soon found himself jamming after-hours with the likes of future stars Everette Harp, Boney James and Norman Brown. He then took a temporary leave of absence from the jazz scene, touring the world with pop divas Teena Marie, Sheena Easton and Janet Jackson. His foray into the pop world didn’t end there; in January 1991 he co-wrote the No. 1 Pop hit “The First Time.” Recorded by Surface, the song conquered both the R&B and Adult Contemporary charts.

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and its catchy title track single was an instant smash, staying at No. 1 on Radio and Records’ Contemporary Jazz airplay chart for over two months. The success of RnR capped an amazing run throughout the 2000s by Braun, who set a record at the 2002 National Contemporary Jazz Awards in San Diego by winning a total of five trophies, including Best Male Artist, Best Album (Kisses in the Rain, which hit No. 1 on Billboard’s Contemporary Jazz Chart), Song of the Year (the title cut) and Best Brass Player. He also shared a Best Collaboration award with James for their 2000 hit “Shake It Up,” which reigned at No. 1 on the Billboard chart for 11 weeks. Braun next huddled up with Kirk Whalum and Norman Brown for BWB, which featured the No. 1 hit title track “Groovin’.”


Entertainment CHIELI MINUCCI AND SPECIAL EFX

Guitarist, composer and arranger Chieli Minucci is the leader of the Grammy-nominated jazz-fusion group Special EFX, which he co-founded with the late George Jinda in 1984. A major force on the jazz and world music scene for 25 years, Special EFX’s newest release, Without You, is a diverse collection of jazz-fusion world rhythms and the effortlessly flowing guitar artistry that Chieli (key-eh-lee) is known for. This brilliant double CD features the original Special EFX lineup of favorites – drummer Lionel Cordew, bassist Jerry Brooks, keyboardist Jay Rowe and vocalist/ percussionist Philip Hamilton – plus many brilliant guest artists, including keyboardists Jeff Lorber and Lao

Tazer, violinists Karen Briggs and Alan Grubner, vocalist Will Brock and bassist Dave Anderson. Special EFX is one of the most prominent world fusion groups of the era. During the course of the band’s phenomenal rise to the top of the jazz charts, they released 25 CDs, including Chieli’s 8 solo releases and a live concert DVD. Seminal songs like “Daybreak”, “Cruise Control”, “Bella” and “Seduction” were among their hits. Showcasing truly incredible musicianship, Special EFX’s captivating jazz fusion textures and progressive New Age twists take listeners on an uplifting musical ride they’ll never forget.

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Businesses Salute 52 Years of Art

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A Walk Around The Festival

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A Walk Around The Festival

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Emerging Artists In 1977, The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival initiated the Emerging Artist Program. The goal of this program is to encourage the participation of new artists in the world of outdoor festivals, at no cost to the emerging artists. Along with the experience of submitting an application and surviving the jury

NICOLAS BAIN Nicholas Bain is a studio artist living and working in Asheville, NC. A recent graduate of the Professional Crafts program at Haywood Community College, Nicholas was introduced to jewelry making at Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts in Tennessee. His work is strongly influenced by process and technical problem solving, with a focus on texture and form. He works primarily in silver, using gold and stones to accent and embellish his designs. Nicolas also enjoys experimenting with non-traditional materials.

ANDREW VEGA Andrew Vega is a freelance Photographer whose interest in visual arts led him to pursue a degree in Film at F.M.U. One of the compelling forces in his photography is to show his two children and others that there is something more than we can see when we explore for new perspectives, and to capture the emotion in the world around us. Andrew captures these images using high dynamic range and panoramic digital photography, creating emotionally charged, surreal city and landscapes.

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process, the selected artists have the opportunity to realize the excitement, the sales, and customer feedback that comes with exhibiting in a highly regarded outdoor festival. Visit and support our Emerging Artists located in booths 416, 417 and 418.


Emerging Artists TIM YANKOSKY Tim Yankosky is a mixed media artist who discovered his passion in his mid-forties and pursued a degree in fine arts from San Francisco State. Tim is drawn to the functional wear and patina of vintage objects. He repurposes these objects to create contemporary works of art that often reflect hidden personal narratives derived from a tempestuous childhood.

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Gallery CLAY Ronald Artman Hebron, MD ronartman@juno.com www.ronartmanstudio.com 410

Karen Fincannon Tucker, GA karen@karenfincannon.com www.karenfincannon.com 309

Julie Berndt Dawson, MN kunst2@farmerstel.net 122

Nathan Grubich & Amanda St.Hilaire-Grubich Ludington, MI thereddoorgallery@yahoo.com 629

Barry Bernstein Marquette, MI barrybern@yahoo.com 6

Richard Gruchalla & Carrin Rosetti Duluth, MN rakuvessel@aol.com 627

Fong Choo Louisville, KY fongc@bellarmine.edu www.fongchoo.com 515

John Herbon Saint Ignace, MI johnherbonpottery@hotmail.com www.johnherbonpottery.com 715

Steve Cunningham & MiKyung Cunningham West Des Moines, IA cunninghampottery2@gmail.com 231

Steven Howell Gainesville, FL howellpottery@cox.net www.howellpottery.com 23

Patrick Dragon Marquette, MI patrick@dragonclaystudio.com 202

John Kellum Orlando, FL john@jkellum.com www.jkellum.com 111

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Gallery William Kidd Miramar, FL claydr47@aol.com www.williamkiddceramics.com 56

Don McWhorter Carrollton, GA potterysong@yahoo.com 130

Jinsong Kim Mims, FL jinsongkim@yahoo.com 63

Jim Parmentier & Shirl Parmentier Mars Hill, NC parmentierpottery@mac.com 44

James Klinger Dayton, OH jeklinger@earthlink.net www.klingerart.com 608

Tim Peters Winter Haven, FL petersstudios@earthlink.net 17

Jennifer Lachtara Saint Petersburg, FL jennifer@lach-arts.com www.lach-arts.com 704

Edward Risak & Julie Risak Marquette, MI risakpottery@yahoo.com www.risakpottery.com 31

Ron Lederer Nashville, TN forvalent@comcast.net 403

Michael Schwegmann Champaign, IL mail@boneyardpottery.com www.boneyardpottery.com 619

Susan Livingston Lutz, FL paleaoclay2@earthlink.net www.clayandfossils.com 102

Vicki Tindall Orlando, FL tindallx2@aol.com 312

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Gallery CLAY Kostas Ulevicius & Aldona Ulevicius St. Petersburg, FL kostasu@yahoo.com 304

Pat Little Philipsburg, PA patlittleimages@gmail.com www.patlittleimages.com 211

Glenn Woods & Keith Herbrand Palm Harbor, FL potteryboys@earthlink.net www.potteryboys.com 612

Lou Zale Deerfield, IL zalutsky@hotmail.com 67

DIGITAL ART

DRAWING & GRAPHICS Chris Dahlquist Kansas City, MO chris@chrisdahlquist.com www.chrisdahlquist.com 16

Marla Baggetta West Linn, OR mbaggetta@comcast.net www.baggettastudio.com 308

Day Greene Dunedin, FL DayGreene@live.com 118

Michael Bond River Falls, WI mbetch@pressenter.com 8

Alan Klug Fort Collins, CO a.klug@comcast.net 422

Dave Bruner Sarasota, FL davbrun9@aol.com www.davebruner.com 55

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Gallery John Costin Tampa, FL caracara@tampabay.rr.com www.costingraphics.com 14

Gillian Kemper Oklahoma City, OK gilldk@juno.com 18

C. L. Cunningham Marietta, GA clcunningham@bellsouth.net www.clcunningham.com 128

Lynn Krause Woodstock, IL lynnmikek@comcast.net www.lynnkrause.com 37

Robert (Chip) DuPont Buda, TX rdupont1@austin.rr.com www.dupontstudio.com 616

Julie Keaton-Reed Howey-in-the-Hills, FL keatenreed@hotmail.com www.juliekeatenreed.com 316

Helen Gotlib Ann Arbor, MI hgotlib@yahoo.com www.helengotlib.com 501

Clare Malloy Chicago, IL clare.e.malloy@gmail.com www.claremalloy.com 712

Vicki Jones Belle Isle, FL vjonesy@yahoo.com 123

James (Michael) Nemnich Indialantic, FL nemo@cfl.rr.com 413

Flo Kemp Setauket, NY floekemp@aol.com www.flokemp.com 419

Stephen Sebastian High Point, NC etch77@northstate.net 48

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Gallery DRAWING & GRAPHICS Grant Silverstein Mansfield, PA gms4@npacc.net www.grantsilverstein.com 28

Kate Beck New Orleans, LA kate@katebeck.biz www.katebeck.biz 407

Beau Stahl Pensacola, FL stahl-art@cox.net www.stahl-arts.com 322

Ignatius Creegan & Rod Givens Petersburg, VA ignatius.hats@verizon.net 609

Marina Terauds North Branch, MI maksutova@hotmail.com www.marinaterauds.com 301

Leah Dziewit Maple City, MI leahdziewit@earthlink.net 719

Nha Vuu Austin, TX info@nhavuu.com www.nhavuu.com 607

Lorin Fields Durham, NC bsdesign.lorinfields@gmail.com www.beyondsurface.com 220

John Gunther Abingdon, VA guntherweavings@gmail.com www.guntherweavings.com 320

FIBER Billie Barthelemy Pinewood, MN bisonhq@paulbunyan.net 513

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Marcia Hammond East Randolph, VT mhammond@sover.net www.marciahammond.com 125


Gallery

Stephen Kostyshyn Cedar, MI steve@stephenkostyshyn.com www.stephenkostyshyn.com 61

Rhanna Nyman Asheville, NC hangin_byathread@yahoo.com www.rhannanyman.com 116

Ira Lances Staten Island, NY handmadechenille@aol.com 307

Lori ONeill & Kate Bedford Santa Rosa, CA info@loneilldesign.com www.loneilldesign.com 411

Jan Mayer & Ben Gallaway Sandy, UT janmayer@earthlink.net 617

Barbara Rubright Shelby Township, MI brfkr@aol.com www.barbararubright.com 208

Mary McFarland Brodhead, KY gotsilk@earthlink.net 105

Shekina Rudoy Princeton, NJ shekinasilks@earthlink.net 29

Lisa Mergen Nashville, TN lisamergen@msn.com www.lisamergen.com 708

Annie Turbin Nashville, TN curlygirl@earthlink.net 507

Hetty Metzger & Norman Metzger Homosassa, FL art@hettymetzger.com www. hettymetzger.com 502

Jill Wagoner Fuquay-Varina, NC wagonerstudios@aol.com 13

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Gallery GLASS Scott Amrhein Sherwood, WI scott@highcliffstudio.com www.highcliffstudio.com 414

Angelo Fico Wilmot, WI angelo@angelofico.com www.angelofico.com 206

Leon Applebaum Prattsburg, NY sahaj@empacc.net www.leonapplebaum.com 317

Richard Fizer Englewood, FL rich@richfizerglass.com www.richfizerglass.com 705

Brian Becher Columbus, OH brianbecher@mac.com www.brianbecher.com 22

Scott Gamble Cumming, GA gambleartglass@yahoo.com 618

Joseph Becker Cedar, MN joe1glassblower@yahoo.com www.josephwbeckerartglass.com 2

Mark Glocke & Julie Glocke Turtle Lake, WI cashless@chibardun.net www.glockesglass.com 302

Todd Cameron Minneapolis, MN contact@threatlevelorange.org www.threatlevelorange.org 221

Earl James Cleveland, OH earlojames@yahoo.com 114

Renee Engebretson & James Engebretson Hudson, WI glass@jimandrenee.com www.jimandrenee.com 52

Michael Lightcap Weaverville, NC mlightcap1@mac.com 625

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Gallery

Duncan McClellan St. Petersburg, FL dmglass@mindspring.com www.dmglass.com 64

Bill Slade & Jon Slade Jacksonville, FL bslade@comcast.net www.billsladeglass.com 33

Phillip Nolley Staunton, VA pnolley1@yahoo.com www.phillipnolley.com 60

Thomas Spake Chattanooga, TN thomasspake@gmail.com www.thomasspakestudios.com 717

Steve Palmer Minnetonka, MN starglassworks@comcast.net 45

Mark Sudduth Cleveland Heights, OH m.sudduth@sbcglobal.net www.sudduthglass.com 101

David Royce Minneapolis, MN royce.dave@gmail.com www.davidroyceglass.com 603

Herb Thomas & Colleen Thomas Cambridge Springs, PA hercol@verizon.net 127

Robinson Scott Anoka, MN rsgs@ties2.net www.robinsonscottglass.com 606

Paul Willsea & Carol O’Brien Naples, NY willseaobrien@sprynet.com www.willseaobrien.com 503

Andrew Shea Minneapolis, MN sheaglass@aol.com www.sheaglass.com 15

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Gallery JEWELRY Rick Austin Inverness, FL nobleaustinstudios@yahoo.com 303

Jeff Dawald Faribault, MN jdawald@charter.net 224

William Bailey & Lisa Bailey Dripping Springs, TX baileysjewelry@aol.com 310

Phillip Hall New Smyrna Beach, FL phall131@cfl.rr.com 19

Barbara Bayne Havre de Grace, MD baynemetal@hotmail.com 601

Kristin Holeman Fort Lauderdale, FL kristinsfineart@aol.com 402

Christian Butera Parkland, FL grelick1@sprynet.com www.cndesigns.com 104

Antoni Kozlowski Shelby Township, MI amber92co@yahoo.com 5

Chris Carlson DeLand, FL cc4rocks@earthlink.net www.chriscarlsonstudio.com 214

Michele LeVett Durham, NC mllevett@aol.com www.michelelevettdesigns.com 35

David Conroy Baltimore, MD nail2you@yahoo.com 702

Barbara McLaughlin & Robert McLaughlin Stratham, NH barb@barbarasmithmclaughlin.com www.barbarasmithmclaughlin.com 406

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Gallery LEATHER Joan Michlin & Skip Ennis Sarasota, FL jahlobstah@yahoo.com www.joanmichlin.com 39

Marvin Bower & Bonnie Bower Boonsboro, MD bonniebower@hotmail.com www.tannerscreekleather.com 57

Jay Nielsen Minneapolis, MN nielsenmetals@yahoo.com www.jaynielsenjewelry.com 213

Steve Edgar Tallahassee, FL edgarleather@embarqmail.com 626

Elaine Rader Blue Ridge, GA elainerader@hotmail.com www.elaineraderjewelry.com 47

Joseph Henderson Aurora, MO info@willowbrookleather.com www.willowbrookleather.com 219

Sharon Rosenthal Philadelphia, PA sharonrosenthal@verizon.net www.sharonrosenthaldesign.com 215

Greg Roche Watsonville, CA rocheleather@earthlink.net www.rocheleather.com 49

John Ruff & Carolyn Ruff Springfield, MO JohnRuffJewelry@gmail.com www.johnruffjewelry.com 420

Horace Thomas & Shawn Thomas Belton, TX thomasleathers@gmail.com www.thomasleatherstudio.com 314

Katherine Worthington Miami, FL kpw511@aol.com www.jeweledforest.com 615

Marcella Toro & Alberto Toro Maryville, TN cuerotoro@gmail.com www.cuerotoro.com 605

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Gallery METAL Frank Strunk & Bethany Peabody St. Petersburg, FL axelgrease@verizon.net www.frankstrunk.com 604

E. Moises Diaz Austin, TX emd@emoisesdiaz.com www.emoisesdiaz.com 225

Michael Gard San Francisco, CA michaelgard@excite.com www.michaelgard.com 711

MIXED MEDIA

Jonathan Harris Winter Park, FL jonathan@hypnoticdesigns.com www.hypnoticdesigns.com 517

Paul Andrews Charlotte, NC ellajewel@earthlink.net 51

Merri Pattinian Kissimmee, FL harryrp@verizon.net 38

Jack Bond Tampa, FL kbgallery@cs.com www.jackbondart.com 716

Alex Santamarina San Francisco, CA clubmersa@hotmail.com 319

Wolff Bowden & Amanda Birdsall Vero Beach, FL wolff@wolffantastic.com www.wolffantastic.com 610

Ron Schmidt Tequesta, FL ronoriginals@msn.com www.ronoriginals.com 611

David Burton Indialantic, FL dburton101@cfl.rr.com www.davidburtonartwork.com 216

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Gallery

Darron Chadwick & Jennifer Chadwick Carmel, IN darron@chadwickstudios.com www.chadwickstudios.com 504

Marlow Gates Leicester, NC marlow@friendswoodbrooms.com www.friendswoodbrooms.com 201

Will Corr Holmes Beach, FL info@willcorr.com www.willcorr.com 42

Beverly Hayden Chattanooga, TN beverlylaughs@gmail.com www.beverlyhayden.com 405

Kina Crow Allison Park, PA kinacrow@gmail.com www.kinacrow.com 701

Milenko Katic Afton, VA milenko@milenkoartstudio.com www.2artstudios.com 115

Ellie Diez-Massaro Winter Park, FL elliephoto@cfl.rr.com www.elliephoto.com 318

Jeff League Winter Park, FL jeffleague@gmail.com www.jeffleague.com 131

Ummarid Eitharong Orlando, FL ue_thai@yahoo.com 54

Ynon Mabat Longwood, FL mabatart@gmail.com www.mabat-art.com 630

Wayne Francis Marquette, MI wfrancis55@gmail.com www.waynefrancisart.com 516

David McKirdy Tampa, FL dmckirdy@earthlink.net 11

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Gallery MIXED MEDIA Lou Michaels Cape Coral, FL lou.michaels@gmail.com www.lvs3d.com 624

Tony Savoie Orlando, FL tonysavoie@hotmail.com www.tonysavoie.com 62

Scott Olson Chicago, IL kompressiongraphics@hotmail.com www.scottolsonfineart.com 46

Joyce Stratton New Bern, NC jms_art@hotmail.com 207

Phil Parker Flagler Beach, FL pparker4art@cfl.rr.com 36

Simo Tesla & Cat Tesla Snellville, GA simot@earthlink.net www.tesla-studios.com 412

Rasa Pranckunaite & Algis Keburys Astoria, NY rasavaiva@gmail.com under construction 68

Cheryl Ward & Steve Ward West Dundee, IL stevenlward@sbcglobal.net www.wardartstudio.com 124

Steven Radtke & Beth Radtke Monroe, GA srad123@windstream.net www.vincentvangourd.com 7

Liz Williams Atlanta, GA artworkbylizwilliams@gmail.com www.artworkbylizwilliams.com 223

Mikel Robinson Durham, NC mrobinsonstudio@gmail.com www.mikelrobinson.com 209

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Gallery PAINTING Doug Bloodworth Lady Lake, FL dougbloodworth@aol.com 228

Charles Gatewood Phenix City, AL cbgatewood@gmail.com 12

Edson Campos Winter Park, FL cartista@aol.com www.edsoncampos.com 129

Joseph Grieco New York, NY hrmakeup@aol.com 66

James Carter Southbury, CT Carterairbrush@aol.com www.jamescarterstudio.blogspot.com 323

Mel Grunau Berea, OH mjgrunau@yahoo.com www.mjgrunau.com 205

Rimas Ciurlionis Berwyn, IL rciurlionis@yahoo.com www.rimasciurlionis.com 24

Bruce Holwerda Hoover, AL bruceholwerda@gmail.com www.bruceholwerda.com 408

Matthew Cornell Orlando, FL matthewcornell@aol.com www.matthewcornell.com 1

Xiao Jiang Scarborough, Ontario, Canada xjiang08@hotmail.com www.songjiangstudio.com 509

Scott Coulter Sarasota, FL rs.coulter@gmail.com www.scottcoulter.net 58

Ning Lee Livingston, NJ ninglee@ningleeart.com www.ningleeart.com 623

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Gallery PAINTING Kai Liang Kissimmee, FL kailiang61@hotmail.com www.liangkaiart.com 505

Stephen Ray Waterbury, CT joeann@snet.net www.barnsbystephenray.com 222

Michelle Mardis Tarpon Springs, F michellemardisart@verizon.net www.michellemardis.com 117

Caren Sarmiento Hialeah, FL csarmi4212@aol.com www.carensarmiento.com 415

David Oleski West Chester, PA davidoleski@gmail.com www.davidoleski.com 602

Roderick Stevens Sierra Vista, AZ roderick@restevensart.com www.restevensart.com 203

Ken Orton Roxbury, NY susanorton@kenortongallery.com www.kenortongallery.com 311

John Thursby Ocala, FL thursbyjack@embarqmail.com www.thursbyart.com 706

Bruce Peeso Monson, MA bpeeso@comcast.net www.etsy.com/shop/brucepeeso 21

Li Wang Palm Coast, FL liwang_56@hotmail.com www.liwangart.com 713

Dexiang Qian Philadelphia, PA mlxb6@yahoo.com www.dexiangstudio.com 718

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Gallery PHOTOGRAPHY David Archer Palm Beach Gardens, FL dave@archerville.com www.archerville.com 614

John Deng Roslyn, NY jiandeng11577@yahoo.com www.johndengphotography.com 121

Richard Auger Summerfield, FL rickauger@gmail.com www.floridanoirphotography.com 514

Clifton Henri Chicago, IL clif@cliftonhenri.com www.cliftonhenri.com 10

Michael Bryant Atlanta, GA michaelwbryant@mindspring.com www.Michael-Bryant.com 34

Dave Hoffman Orlando, FL davehoffman@photography.com www.dhoffmanart.com 306

Leah Cavanah Auburndale, FL lcavanah@aol.com www.lcavanah.com 229

Chris Honeysett San Rafael, CA mail@chrishoneysett.com www.chrishoneysett.com 321

Dick Cunningham Bonita Springs, FL dcphoto49@embarqmail.com www.dickcunningham.com 313

Alan Klug Fort Collins, CO a.klug@comcast.net www.alanklugphotography.com 421

Lorrie Dallek Atlanta, GA lorrie@lorriedallekphotography.com www.lorriedallekphotography.com 628

David Korte Saint Cloud, MN dkortephoto@earthlink.net www.dkortephoto.com 709

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Gallery PHOTOGRAPHY Brian Miller Baton Rouge, LA brian@briankmiller.com www.briankmiller.com 227

Garry Seidel Davie, FL sartphoto@aol.com 30

Alan Mogensen Atlanta, GA alanmogensen@netscape.net www.alanmogensen.com 218

Vincent Serbin Lake Katrine, NY mindvincent@yahoo.com 53

Marius Moore Gulfport, FL mariusmoor@aol.com 720

Paul Stevens Achilles, VA cbphoto4u@yahoo.com 41

James Parker Rochester Hills, MI jamesp@parkerparker.net www.parkerparker.net 404

Allan Teger Vero Beach, FL alteger@aol.com www.bodyscapes.com 3

Ron Rocz Charleston, SC ronrocz@attglobal.net www.ronroczphoto.com 65

Bill Sargent Lakeland, FL sweetcraver@earthlink.net www.photosarge.com 506

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SCULPTURE Susan Griggs Allen Sarasota, FL finney6@verizon.net www.sugriggsallen.com 511


Gallery

Paul Braun St. Augustine, FL paulbraunstudios@earthlink.net www.paulbraunstudios.com 50

Steven Olszewski Pinckney, MI clayart@cac.net 40

James Casey Clermont, FL jimcaseysculptor@peoplepc.com www.jimcaseysculptor.com 409

Mark Orr Pinckney, MI scavengerart@charter.net www.scavengerart.com 401

Michael Costello Willis, VA farmnart@swva.net 621

Gabriel Puyana Orlando, FL puyanas@embarqmail.com 315

David Figueroa Sanford, FL daviddavidsculpture@mail.com 710

Dale Rogers Haverhill, MA dale@dalerogersstudio.com www.dalerogersstudio.com 107

Charles Hazelaar Cape Canaveral, FL cahazelaar@aol.com www.charleshazelaarstudio.com 212

Marlene Rose Clearwater, FL marlene@marleneroseglass.com www.marleneroseglass.com 103

Dennis Johnson Morrison, CO tjaunting@aol.com 217

Marc Sijan Milwaukee, WI marcsijanstudio@yahoo.com www.marcsijan.com 108

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Gallery SCULPTURE Charles Strain Harrisburg, MO charles@charlesstrain.com www.charlesstrain.com 109

Beth-Anne Fairchild Melbourne, FL bethfairchild@aol.com 714

Lewis Tardy Kalamazoo, MI lewis@tardysculpture.com www.tardysculpture.com 613

Robert Flowers Summerfield, NC rflowers@triad.rr.com www.robertflowersart.com 707

Thomas Wargin Menomonee Falls, WI tomwargin@sbcglobal.net www.wargin.com 25

Lori Jenkins Melbourne, FL jenks1156@aol.com www.loripittenjenkins.com 622

John Whipple Winter Park, FL jxlwhipple@aol.com www.whippleart.wordpress.com 230

Carmen Lagos Jupiter, FL castillog@bellsouth.net www.castillolagosstudio.com 510

Gregory Strachov Floral City, FL strachovstudio@vivaccess.com www.lawfulart.com 9

WATERCOLOR Randy Eckard Blue Hill, ME artvan081@myfairpoint.net www.randyeckardpaintings.com 32

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Russell Yerkes Tarboro, NC yerkesworks@aol.com www.yerkesworks.com 43


Gallery WOOD James Barnes Woolwine, VA edbarnes@kimbanet.com 20

Matthew Hatala Danielsville, GA ginsue52@starband.net 324

Thomas Dumke Oconomowoc, WI tom@thomaswilliamfurniture.com www.thomaswilliamfurniture.com 110

Glenn Mace Mocksville, NC woodworksnc@roadrunner.com www.glennmacewoodworks.com 226

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Gallery WOOD Steven Potts Palmetto, GA stevenpotts@mybranchingout.com www.mybranchingout.com 4

Russ Schmidt Palm Bay, FL ali11759@gmail.com 119

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Brian Sykes Charlotte, NC woodturner@mail.com www.briansykeswoodturning.com 59


Patrons Program The Patrons Program is committed to supporting the artists through dedicated funds pledged to purchase their artwork at the Festival. Look for the gold medallions designed by festival member Earl Allen that are displayed in the booths, which signify “Patron Purchase Award.�

GOLD Allen & Peggy Amos Jim Blumenfeld Chris Cooney

Mike Corddry Buddy & Paula Eidel

Donna Loggie The Mayflower Retirement Center Marie Schavi

SILVER Ben & Kathy Benham Bistro on Park Avenue Michael & Teresa Collard Commerce National Bank Guy & Donna Colado

Ray & Meg Colado Tom Croley Lawrence & Lisa Deering Jay & Randye Falk Orlando & Teresa Gonzalez

LC & Katherine Grammer Scott & Marci Greenberg Phil Kean Designs Scott Rotatori Gradie & Tara Winstead

BRONZE Kathy Acker Sarah E. Arnold Gail & Jim Baxter Leslie Becker Morris & Carolyn Bird John & Anna Cash Delos & Beth Clift Steve & Claudia Cook Lee & Marlee Cutler Joe & Charlene Demers Robert & Sarah Eagan Randy & Kathy Elliot Lief & Jan Erickson Bill & Ucola Forness Mari Kathryn Frith Lamont & Lynda Garber Steve & Diane Goll Robert & Madeline Gordan Joel & Carolyn Greenberg Brad Grosberg Pat & Truly Higgins Shari Hodgson

James Hoover Lynn Hough Woody & Netta Igou Ruth Kazeck John & Linda King Ed & Patti Kirkland Randy & Debbie Knight Eric Kuritzky Salvador & Susan Lanza John & Katie Lehr Tony & Helen Leonard Harvey & Mara Levitt Monte Livermore Ron & Marilyn Lowery Jon & Carolyn McMillin Scott & Diane Meltz Jim & Carole Moreland Alice Moulton Michael Nutter & Ron Jackson Todd Pardue Powell & Pearson, LLC

Frank & Joan Pohl Dan & Carla Priehs Morna Robbins Susan Sacco Martina Saltsman & Steven Colletes Ray & Betty Sandhagen John & Pat Schutze James Shepp Tom & Liz Sims Sharon Snow Jean Sprimont Michael Storch John & Jodi Strudwick Rob Turner Mercedes Wechsler Dick & Louise Weiner Marta Westall Mike & Gail Winn Wil & Carol Wisler Wayne & Ellen Wolfson Sally Zarnowiec

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Patrons Program

winterparkland.com • peggyamous1@gmail.com

122 PARK AVENUE SOUTH • WINTER PARK, FLORIDA32789

OUR PATRONS PROGRAM COMMUNITY LIAISONS ARE Peggy Amos, Kathy Benham, Jim Blumenfeld, Phil Kean. If you would like to be a Patron for The 53rd Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival in March 2012, please email us at wpsaf@yahoo.com or call Peggy Amos at 407-230-7531.

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Patrons Program

Thank You Best Western Mt. Vernon Inn

The Galloway Foundation

Bistro on Park Avenue

The New York Times

Bocelli, Inc. Garden Center

Ocean Spray

Casa Feliz

Orlando Home & Leisure Magazine

Commerce National Bank & Trust

The Orlando Sentinel

Cuisiners Catered Cuisine & Events

Southeast Engraving, LLC

Earth Inspired Living on Park Avenue

Wayne Densch, Inc.

David & Jennifer Foley- Pocket Program

WLOQ 103.1

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