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2012 OFFICIAL PROGRAM

The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival WHAT’S INSIDE

GALLERY OF EXHIBITING ARTISTS

2 President’s Letter

40 Clay

4 Board Members

41 Digital Art

6 Festival at a Glance

42 Drawing & Graphics

10 Map

44 Fiber

12 2012 Exhibitors

45 Glass

16 Judges

47 Jewelry

18 Poster Artist

49 Leather

20 Leon Theodore Schools Exhibit

50 Metal

21 Morse Museum

50 Mixed Media

22 Children’s Workshop Village

52 Painting

24 Letter From the Mayor

54 Photography

25 Historic Casa Feliz

56 Sculpture

26 Foundation

57 Watercolor

27 Best of Show Collection

58 Wood

28 2011 Winners 30 Entertainment 31 Tribute to John Gross 36 A Walk Around the Festival 38 Emerging Artists 61 Patrons Program 63 Thank You 53RD WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL 1


President’s Letter

WELCOME TO RD THE 53 WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL It is an honor to welcome you to The 53rd Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival. I have been attending this event since 1962. My brother’s Boy Scout troop camped in the park during the show, protecting the art at night and years later my son’s art was featured in the school exhibits. After I moved out of state, I would return in the spring to enjoy this wonderful event and the warmer weather. I was fortunate to move back to Winter Park and volunteer for this show and then join the board. I am amazed at the dedication of this small allvolunteer board. The board members spend thousands of hours working all year planning, organizing and improving this event. During the show, sustaining board members and many volunteers, who are vital to the success of this event, assist the board. Over the years the City of Winter Park has provided the use of our beautiful Central Park and all of the supporting services that are necessary to put on an art festival of this size. The City of Winter Park Police and Fire Departments, the City Manager’s Office and the Parks and Recreation Department dedicate countless hours to ensuring this festival is safe and successful. The work of 225 artists from around the world is presented to more than 300,000 art lovers in Winter Park during our annual three-day event. Each year, three experienced judges from out of state come to Winter Park in October to view more than 1,100 entries by artists who have applied. The same three judges return in March to judge the show and award $67,500 in prize money. The Best of Show is a purchase award of $10,000; this piece of art is donated to the City of Winter Park and displayed in the Winter Park Public Library. 2 53RD WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

Our Emerging Artist Program provides an opportunity for art students and new artists who have never exhibited in an outdoor show. These artists follow the same application process as the other artists and are juried in by the judges in October. This year, we have three very talented emerging artists exhibiting their work in the South Park. Please take time to visit their booths. The Leon Theodore Schools Exhibit proudly displays artwork by creative Orange County students in eight tents on the west side of the railroad tracks. Adjacent to the school exhibits are eight Children’s Workshops presented by local museums, which provide numerous “hands-on” art activities. The festival also provides easel painting for young budding artists on Saturday and Sunday. Our Patrons Program began in 2007 to provide dedicated funds pledged to purchase art during the festival. Last year more than $47,000 was paid to the artists by patrons. I want to thank our returning and new patrons for their generous support of this program. Thank you to the fine artists that have chosen to participate in the show this year. We hope it is successful for you. Welcome to the show. Enjoy the music, the food and the vibrant atmosphere. Please take time to talk with the artists and purchase some art that you will enjoy for years to come. Sarah E. Arnold President, 2012 The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival


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Board Members EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Sarah Arnold*, President Jean Spirmont, President-Elect Talley Mendinhall, Corresponding Secretary Beth Raffo, Recording Secretary Miriam “Mir” Rowe, Treasurer Holly Henson, Immediate Past President

BOARD MEMBERS Louise Alimahomed Earl Allen Keith Barden Carolyn Bird Karen Branen Nancy J. Calhoun Charlene Demers Nancy Deutsch Jan Farnsworth Michael Fischer Linda Guthrie

Mercer Herman Shari Hodgson Lynn Hough John King* Linda King* Eric Kuritzky Monte Livermore, Jr. Justin Loughran Camille Marchese Stephanie Steele Martin Carole Moreland*

Alice Moulton* Morna Robbins Tom Sacha* Danny Thompson Britt Thompson Katie Warner Mercedes Wechsler* Marta Westall Chip Weston Carol Wisler Doni Young

PROVISIONAL MEMBERS Duncan DeWahl

Dan Iosue

Amy Thrasher

SUSTAINING MEMBERS Dale Amlund Richard Awsumb Sabrina Balthazor Betty Bay Daphne Cukier Joann Darnell Bonnie Davis Hal Downing* Joyce Evans Margaret Fountain Conny Glicken

Bob Green Judy Green Debbie Hauert David Kellogg Doug Kerr Bob Klettner* Sandy Lenzen 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 Member 4 53RD WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL


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Festival at a Glance The 53rd Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival takes place in Central Park along Park Avenue in Winter Park, Florida, March 16, 17 and 18, 2012, 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Friday and Saturday; 9 a.m.-5 p.m., 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

All entertainment is free and presented on the main stage

the nation’s most prestigious outdoor art festivals,

located in north Central Park. To see a list of performers

consistently rated among the top shows in the

and the show schedule, please refer to page 30.

country. The festival is also one of the largest outdoor

MERCHANDISE

events held in Orange County, drawing more than 300,000 people each year 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 53rd year.

ART CATEGORIES

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 watercolor created by Robert C. Beck, inspired by the Winter Park Scenic Boat Tour. After the festival is over you can still purchase this year’s poster and past posters by visiting our Web site at wpsaf.org.

FAMILY FUN Girls and boys can create their own artwork at the

The festival features a wide variety of fine arts and

Children’s Workshop Village. Easel painting is very

crafts in the following categories: Clay, Digital Art,

popular, and local art centers and museums feature

Drawing and Graphics, Fiber, Glass, Jewelry, Leather,

a variety of fun, hands-on art activities for children.

Metal, Mixed Media, Painting, Photography, Sculpture,

Admission is free, and participants may take home

Watercolor and Wood.

their artistic creations. The Children’s Workshop

AWARDS

Village hours are 10 a.m.-4 p.m. on Friday, Saturday

Artists compete for 62 awards totaling $67,500. Best of Show is purchased for $10,000 by The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival and donated to the City

and Sunday. Easel painting is from 10 a.m.–3 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.

LEON THEODORE SCHOOLS EXHIBIT

of Winter Park. All previous Best of Show winners

Aspiring young artists give festival attendees a show

are on permanent display at the Winter Park Public

within a show at the Leon Theodore Schools Exhibit,

Library. A $2,500 Award for a Distinguished Work of

where artwork by thousands of Orange County

Art is presented through the Charles Hosmer Morse

students is on display. (See location on map.) The

Museum of American Art. There are 10 Awards of

creativity and the level of expertise displayed by these

Excellence of $2,000 each, 20 awards of Distinction

young artists will delight and amaze you. Be sure to

of $1,000 each and 30 Awards of Merit of $500 each.

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SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL THE OFFICIAL PROGRAM MICHAEL MCLEOD Editor in Chief

HARRY WESSEL Managing Editor

JENNA CARBERG Graphic Designer

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ART FESTIVAL MAP ARTIST PARKING Art & History Museums-Maitland Cornell Museum Crealdé School of Art Hannibal Square Heritage Center Mennello Museum Morse Museum   Orange County Regional History Center Orlando Museum of Art Zora Neale Hurston Museum

Children’s Workshop Village

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2012 Exhibitors Clay

181 Brian Beam 15 Steve Cunningham & MiKyung Cunningham 313 Doug Dacey 139 David Fernandez 23 Steven Howell 320 Michael Kahn & Mieko Kahn 56 William Kidd 135 Mark Knott 172 Becky Lloyd & Steve Lloyd 355 Vadim Malkin 66 Toni Mann & Jay Mann 360 Shadow May 106 Don McWhorter 189 Michael Meyer 347 Marti Mocahbee 125 Michael Nelson 40 Steven Olszewski 45 Jim Parmentier & Shirl Parmentier 34 Ralph Rankin 334 Michael Schwegmann 179 Vicki Tindall Digital Art 345 Rick Abrams 151 Lea Alboher 47 Chris Dahlquist 324 Dave Hoffman 175 John Leben 314 John Margerum 26 Brett Miley 344 Elizabeth Reed 53 Beau Tudzarov 9 Lou Zale

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DRAWINGS & GRAPHICS 12 Michael Bond & Laura Bond 55 Dave Bruner 183 Edson Campos 156 John Costin 2 C.L. Cunningham 43 Helen Gotlib 332 Ron Hoyle 116 David Hunter 356 Vicki Jones 178 Julie Keaten-Reed 16 Gillian Kemper 304 Phil Kutno 346 Clare Malloy 60 Ellen Marshall 123 Jody Depew McLeane 144 Leslie Peebles 50 Stephen Sebastian 28 Grant Silverstein 201 Philip Thompson 361 Heinrich Toh 205 Kreg Yingst Fiber

147 Amos Amit 198 Kate Beck 128 Miriam Carter 176 Candiss Cole-Footitt & Rodger Footitt 326 Sandy D’Andrade 204 PJ Floyd 54 Stephen Kostyshyn 29 Mary McFarland 357 Xiao Xia Zhang Minich & Patrick Minich 303 Marie Pace

21 Shekina Rudoy 338 Mary Sly & Dan Wyatt 167 Jill Wagoner 188 Lorraine Wieskamp & Gene Wieskamp Glass

206 Scott Amrhein 152 Todd Cameron 171 Robert Coleman 52 Renee Engebretson & James Engebretson 166 Angelo Fico 195 Roger Gandelman 3 Thomas Maras 311 Chris McCarthy 64 Duncan McClellan 197 Stephen Nelson 333 Nolan Prohaska 131 David Russell 317 Robinson Scott 136 Douglas Sigwarth & Renee Sigwarth 101 Mark Sudduth 117 James Wilbat Jewelry 107 Chip Arnold 169 Rick Austin 363 Deborah Barnes 130 Christian Butera 343 David Conroy 157 Kimberly Coy 69 Donna D’Aquino 102 Michael Dandrea 177 Jeff Dawald


2012 Exhibitors 182 Sana Doumet & Munir Doumet 58 Pam Fox 38 Robert Fremon 19 Patricia Karnes 33 Kim Koch 4 Antoni Kozlowski 119 Eric Lundgren & Glenda Lundgren 305 Bill McCamish 187 Barbara McLaughlin & Robert McLaughlin 351 Claudia Melchiorre 339 Leon Oziel & Eva Oziel 140 Michelle Robison 141 Sharon Rosenthal 202 John Ruff & Carolyn Ruff 46 Jonathon Stopper 111 Lauran Sundin 148 Mary Watson & Spencer Watson

Metal 362 Steve “Stevo� Cambronne 165 Michael Gard 13 Ronetta Krause & Keith Krause 145 James Mosier 30 Jon Route 59 Kurt Ruby 322 Alex Santamarina 196 Frank Strunk III 112 Michelle Zorich & Katherine Martin Mixed Media

Leather

330 Chic Donofrio 27 Jorge Gil 173 Mychal Mitchell 68 James Perry & Rombye Perry 114 Rudy Tell 190 Horace Thomas & Shawn Thomas 316 Alberto Toro & Marcella Toro

337 Paul Andrews 150 Deborah Banyas & T.P. Speer 321 Carolina Cleere 32 Joe DeCamillis 61 Ummarid Eitharong 142 Amy Flynn 42 Beverly Hayden 134 Aaron Hequembourg 170 Vicki Herrick 146 Milenko Katic 22 Jeff League 174 Glenn Mace & Linda Mace 11 David McKirdy 67 Rasa Pranckunaite & Algis Keburys 331 Ella Richards 6 Lynn Whipple

Painting 158 Stephen Bach 359 Stacy Barter 319 Bert Beirne 342 Jeffrey Berryman 118 Christine Brenner 184 Edson Campos 108 James Carter 1 Matthew Cornell 48 Will Corr 57 Scott Coulter 164 Richard Currier 104 Jeffrey Dix 25 Charles Gatewood 20 David Gordon 154 Mel Grunau 180 Bruce Holwerda 62 Joachim Knill 336 Ning Lee 133 Melissa Mastrangelo 348 Scott Olson 143 Darlene Pearse 306 Bruce Peeso 312 Lisa Russo 350 Susan Schultz 51 Stephen Sebastian 7 John Whipple Photography

168 Richard Auger 39 Michael Behr 120 Robert Clibbon 160 Luciano Duse 14 Cali Hobgood 53RD WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL 13


2012 Exhibitors 325 Chris Honeysett 200 Curtis Krueger 310 Mark MacKinnon 335 Paul Marcellini 105 Emerson Matabele 65 Darren Olson 185 James Parker 24 Ron Rocz 352 Bill Sargent 44 John Scanlan 109 Robin Smillie

Watercolor

Sculpture

203 Randy Eckard 354 Robert Flowers 113 Diana Hsu 17 Althea Jones 358 Carmen Lagos 334 Rick Loudermilk 138 Gregory Strachov 5 Richard Toft 31 Michael Weber 161 Vonnie Whitworth 49 Russell Yerkes

37 Albert Benedict 153 James Casey 365 Marc Freedman & Carol Miller 155 Charles Hazelaar 149 Trent Manning 162 Nnamdi Okonkwo 353 Robbie Robins & Lou Pearson 122 Dale Rogers 100 Marlene Rose 126 Bill Secunda 36 Kostas Ulevicius 8 John Whipple 341 David Wilson

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129 Thomas Dumke 349 Billy Hall 186 Matthew Hatala 110 Paul Lambrecht 41 Joe Lawson 63 John Mascoll 340 Jeffrey Matter 121 Lance Munn & Vicki Munn 199 David Nagel 301 Stephen Noggle 163 Jerry Remillard 35 Larry Roofner 159 Archie Smith 137 Woody Smith 10 Steve Uren Emerging Artists

Wood

194 Robert Coby 192 Michael Davis 193 Iris Ledesma

18 James Edward Barnes 318 Donald Boudreau 103 Don Carter 132 Peter Czuk


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 2011, these judges selected 225 artists who 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.

DAVID J. BROWN David J.  Brown  is a longtime museum professional residing in Winston Salem, N.C., who currently works as an independent curator and arts-management consultant. For two-and-a-half years, Brown served as the Deputy Director of Art at the new Taubman Museum of Art in Roanoke, Va., a position he began in 2007. Prior to that, he completed a long tenure as Chief Curator and the HOME House Project Director at the (pre-state-owned)  Southeastern  Center  for Contemporary Art. He has curated, organized and toured more than 150 exhibitions and community-based projects.

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SUSAN W. KNOWLES Susan W. Knowles is an independent curator, art historian, and writer. She holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Art History from Vanderbilt University and currently serves as vice president of the Board of Governors at Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts. She held curatorial positions at Creekwood Museum of Art and the Metropolitan Nashville Arts Commission. Knowles was the Tennessee Editor for Art Papers magazine and is a contributing writer for Number and Sculpture magazines. She also produces short art features for Nashville Public Radio.

LEE HANSLEY Lee Hansley was born and educated in North Carolina, and is the proprietor of Lee Hansley Gallery in Raleigh, N.C. Hansley has been an Independent Curator of Contemporary Art since 1986, including exhibitions of Marvin Saltzman, Edith London and Silvia Heyden. He is a founder and board member of MoCA/NC (The Museum of Contemporary Art: North Carolina) scheduled to open in the future in downtown Raleigh. He has always been active in community activities and gives frequent seminars on gallery management, operations and ethics.


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Poster Artist

ROBERT C. BECK Robert C Beck is an American modern realist painter, printmaker, photographer and publisher of fine art media. Inspired by 19th and early 20th century American masters, Beck has developed a diverse knowledge of skills and media used in traditional works of art. His work is exhibited in museums, galleries and private collections around the country. He is a native of Florida and received his BA from Rollins College in his hometown of Winter Park, where he studied printmaking, drawing and photography.

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After graduating, Beck worked for a short time as an independent graphic designer until moving to Old Lyme, Conn., where he studied figurative drawing and painting at the Lyme Academy of Fine Art. Beck has a keen interest in the lakes and waterways of Central Florida and this year’s poster was inspired while cruising the waters of Lake Osceola on the Winter Park Scenic Boat Tour. His studio is in downtown Orlando.


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Leon Theodore Schools Exhibit ENJOY A CELEBRATION OF YOUTHFUL CREATIVITY 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 longtime Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival board member Leon Theodore, who was also an art educator at Edgewater High School. Starting with the first festival in 1960, Theodore had a passion for advancing the Schools Exhibit as an important part of the show. 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 distinguished judges will be Pam Coffman and Grady Kimsey. They will award a student Best of Show and bestow honors in a variety of art categories. Look for the big white tents of the Leon Theodore

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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 admission is free during the art festival.

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 ByzantineRomanesque 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.-8 p.m. Tuesday through Friday; 9:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday; and 1 p.m.4 p.m. Sunday. For more information, visit morsemuseum.org.

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Children’s Workshop Village HEY KIDS, JOIN THE FUN AND GET CREATIVE! 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 free. The fun happens between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. 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 a.m.3 p.m. In addition, each of our museum partners has prepared interesting hands-on arts and crafts activities on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. 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. Many enthusiastic volunteers 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 all year long by participating in the many varied activities offered at these art centers and museums.


PARTICIPATING MUSEUMS Art & History Museums-Maitland 407-539-2181 artandhistory.org

The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art 407-645-5311 morsemuseum.org

Cornell Fine Arts Museum at Rollins College 407-646-2526 rollins.edu/cfam

Crealdé School of Art 407-671-1886 crealde.org

Hannibal Square Heritage Center 407-539-2680 hannibalsquareheritagecenter.org

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

Orange County Regional History Center 407-836-8500 thehistorycenter.org

Orlando Museum of Art 407-896-4231 omart.org

Zora Neal Hurston National Museum of Fine Arts 407-647-3307 zoranealehurston.cc

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Letter From The Mayor Dear Friends, Welcome to outstanding Winter Park, the City of Culture and Heritage. We are proud to host the 53rd annual Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival, and hope you enjoy your time in our historic city. Just this past year, two of our downtown areas were recognized by the National Register of Historic Places. The Downtown Winter Park Historic District and the Interlachen Avenue Historic District set our city apart as a celebrated destination. We welcome you to the nationally-acclaimed Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival which continues to grow in popularity and stature. During your visit, you will encounter hundreds of thousands of people from across the United States as well as abroad.

As exemplified by our historic districts, we have a long tradition of embracing the arts in our community and are eager to share with you why we take such pride in our city. As you enjoy one of the most esteemed art festivals in the country, I hope you also have the opportunity to visit our many shops, restaurants, museums and cultural amenities. 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 53rd annual Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival. Warmest Regards,

Kenneth W. Bradley Mayor, Winter Park

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Historic Casa Feliz of Homes” over the next 70 years. Casa Feliz, or “Happy House” in Community members rallied around Spanish, is the signature residential the house in the year 2000, when the work of noted architect James property faced the threat of demolition. Gamble Rogers II. More than $1.2 million was raised in Initially known as the Barbour private donations to save and restore Estate, this Andalusian-style masonry the home. The first step was to move farmhouse has significantly influenced the house across Interlachen Avenue the architectural and cultural aspects to its present location on the Winter of this community. Park Golf Course. In 1932, when Massachusetts photo by Art Faulkner The 750-ton building balanced on industrialist Robert Bruce Barbour commissioned Rogers to design a home on the shore 20 pneumatically leveled dollies, and rode the 300 yards of Lake Osceola, the young architect described it as a to its 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 I artisans worked to restore the house to its original design. Today, Casa Feliz serves the community as an historic don’t like it, I’ll sell it.” Thus, perhaps more than any of Rogers’ buildings, home museum and rental location for private parties, Casa Feliz bears his imprimatur. It was built during the weddings, and business events. Come visit during our Great Depression for a cost of $28,000. Barbour loved “Music at the Casa” public open house—each Sunday the resulting house, as did the Winter Park community from noon-3 p.m. Private tours of 10 or more guests can that cherished the home as the crown jewel in this “City be arranged by 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 has received funding in 2011-2012 from donations by The Winter Park-based Galloway Foundation, the Rotary Club of Winter Park and 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 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 407-644-7207.

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Best of Show Collection

On display at the Winter Park Public Library The Best of Show Collection is as varied as the talented artists that participate in The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival each year. Artists have won for very diverse entries: a classic wooden rocking chair by Robert Kasnak in1991, a pen drawing by C. Glenn Eden in 1975, so controversial that it was stolen to prevent its display, and a photograph that spans across five large panels Gallery Walk with Artist Tony Eitharong by Bill Parish in 1978. It’s quite an honor to win the Best of Show at The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival, so imagine how prestigious it is to have won twice. The following artists have attained that distinction: Ummarid “Tony” Eitharong, Pam Allman Fox, Charles Gatewood, Duncan McClellan, Jody dePew McLeane, and Doug Prince. You can see all of these works of art displayed at the Winter Park Public Library and take a self-guided walking tour by asking the front desk for a Best of Show brochure. You can also see them by going to the library’s website at www. wppl.org and looking in the Winter Park History tab/Online Collections /Events/ The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival. You’ll find all of the Best of Show winners since 1969, that is when the tradition of giving the winning artwork to the City of Winter Park began and the city in turn gives it to the library for display. Currently, the Best of Show piece is purchased for $10,000. Occasionally the library will have a gallery walk that features one or several of the award-winning artists explaining their creations. Check with the library to see when the next gallery walk may be scheduled.

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2011 Winners BEST OF SHOW Charles Hazelaar Cape Canaveral, FL Sculpture Mine Disaster

MORSE MUSEUM AWARD Sculpture Marlene Rose Clearwater, FL Metallic OH (Photo: Holly Henson, WPSAF President; Marlene Rose, Artist; Catherine Hinman, Morse Museum)

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Drawings & Graphics, Helen Gotlib, Fall Dahlia Year Fiber, Rhanna Nyman, In the Spaces Between the Treasure Hunt Begins Glass, Duncan McClellan, Vineyard Glass, Renee Engebretson, Blue Grass Jewelry, Christian Butera, Family of Four Jewelry, John Ruff, Samurai Mixed Media, Paul Andrews, Untitled Painting, Matthew Cornell, Avalon Sculpture, James Casey, Folded Flag Sculpture, Steven Olszewski, Meditation

Clay, Edward Risak, Red Jar Clay, Julie Berndt, Embrace Life Clay, Patrick Dragon, Mountain Landscape Clay, Richard Gruchalla, Sentinel Figure Drawings & Graphics, Clare Malloy, Triangular Blue Barn in Bright Sunlight Drawings & Graphics, Marla Baggetta, A Passage Drawings & Graphics, Michael Bond, Evening at Westminster London Fiber, Annie Turbin, Slate Skeleton Fiber, John Gunther, Glacier Glass, David Royce, Convergence Glass, Leon Applebaum, Eight and a Half Glass, Mark Sudduth, Plane Sense Glass, Phillip Nolley, Fertility Vessel Glass, Scott Amrhein, Harmonic Interlude Jewelry, Elaine Rader, Ebb & Flow Jewelry, Phillip Hall, Neckpiece Jewelry, Sharon Rosenthal, Neck Piece of Bog Bog Nuts Leather, Horace Thomas, Architectonica II Metal, Michael Gard, Trio Mixed Media, Tony Savoie, House on Fire Mixed Media, Ummarid Eitharong, Lady Luck Painting, Dexiang Qian, Smile Painting, John Thursby, Duchampian Dilemna Photography, Chris Honeysett, Cascading Noodles, China Photography, Marius Moore, Bamboo, Birds and Baskets Photography, Michael Bryant, Avian Etude Photography, Paul Stevens, South Bank Sculpture, Marc Sijan, Wrapped Arms Wood, Matthew Hatala, Black Maple Wood, Steven Potts, Jarroh Burl / Silver Inlay Australian

AWARD OF DISTINCTION Clay, Don McWhorter, Looking out the Temple Window Clay, Steven Howell, Reliquary Digital Art, Chris Dahlquist, Mile Marker 164 Drawings & Graphics, Gillian Kemper, Banyan I Drawings & Graphics, Grant Silverstein, Her Brother’s Arrest Drawings & Graphics, Jody dePew McLeane, Door to the Kitchen Drawings & Graphics, Julie Keaten-Reed, Water Dance Fiber, Kate Beck, Rim Rocks Glass, Todd Cameron, Split Vase: Blue Single Gear Jewelry, Antoni Kozlowski, Necklas - Amber, Silver, Leather Jewelry, Barbara McLaughlin, Blaze of Glory Metal, Frank Strunk, Intersected Mixed Media, David McKirdy, Dark Matter 33473 Mixed Media, Milenko Katic, Dead Bird in the Cage Painting, Bruce Holwerda, Road Show Painting, Ning Lee, Still Life with Bottles and Cherry Blossom Painting, Rimas Ciurlionis, Spacial Plane Photography, James Parker, Friends II Sculpture, Dale Rogers, Pedulum Wood, James Barnes, Flat Vessel

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Entertainment IN HONOR OF JOHN GROSS

SCHEDULE MARCH 16 FRIDAY 4:30-5:15 p.m., Ash Jandga

5:45-7 p.m., Rich Walker Quartet w/ Linda Cole 7:30-9 p.m., Warren Hill

MARCH 1 7 SATURDAY 10-10:45 a.m., Rollins String Quartet 11-12 p.m., Beautiful Music Modern Quartet 12:30- 1:30 p.m., Doug Bailey’s Pop Shop Inc. 1:45-2:30 p.m., Davey Rocker Barnyard Jam 2:45-3:45 p.m., Per and Tamara Danielsson 4:15-5:45 p.m., Sunnie Paxson

MARCH 18 SUNDAY 10-10:45 a.m., Three Flutes Only 11:15-12 p.m., Orlando Brass Quintet 12:30- 1:30 p.m., MakeShift (a cappella) 2-3 p.m., Orlando Concert Band 3:30-5 p.m., Jazz Professors

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PRESENTED BY SUE KAIN, HUNTER MARSH & THE GROSS FAMILY & SONNY ABELARDO

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Tribute to John Gross IN LOVING MEMORY OF JOHN GROSS (1958-2011) The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival’s free concerts for the past 25 years, wanted his family, and good friend and producer of the shows, Sonny Abelardo, to do this one last show for WLOQ listeners. If John were here, he would tell you he had a great life, which he spent doing what he loved, for the family he loved.  God bless you, John, and all your contributions to this community.  With all our love: Sue Kain, Hunter Marsh and the Gross Family Dedicated to all the people who have lost a family member or loved one to ALS or any terminal illness.

John Gross was the heart and soul of WLOQ 103.1 FM, Central Florida’s home for smooth jazz, since 1977. John was present at the on-air studios of WLOQ in his wheelchair, when it went off the air at midnight July 31, 2011. He wanted to be the “last boot off the field.” He loved WLOQ, the staff, the audience and the various musicians he met along the way. This concert is dedicated to his memory and that of WLOQ 103.1. John lost his yearlong battle with ALS (commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s disease) on Oct. 31, 2011. John, who was the creator and driving force behind

THINKING OF JOHN GROSS It was a privilege to work with John Gross during his many years of dedication to jazz at WLOQ. I will treasure those wonderful opportunities and remember him as a trusted and loyal friend. — Bob James America’s music was created by men and women who had a profound love of the art. By the 1920s we were full steam ahead creating the incredible music of the 20th Century. The contributors emerged from every aspect of the creation process. John Gross will always be known as one of the innovators of the sound of music. ­— Joe Sample I am among the many artists (not to mention the hundreds of thousands of music-loving fans) who benefited directly from the vision and passion of John Gross. I will forever be in his debt. — Kirk Whalum The WPSAF was fortunate to have enjoyed the professionalism of John Gross for many years through his guidance and recommendations for publicity and entertainment. John helped raise the standards of publicity and entertainment, making the festival the quality event that it is today.  — Doug Kerr, WPSAF Past President Hanging out with John was always an adventure and, most of the time, something wonderful and beneficial for

our community came out of the experience ... generally involving great music. John was one of the most alive and well-intended people. One of my favorite photos is of John carrying his son on his shoulders at The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival. — Chip Weston, Committee member John was pure energy, amping up everyone in a room. His enthusiasm was infectious, and his joy in music completely genuine. He was what Pat Metheny calls “authentic.” There are far too few of John’s kind in the world—how fortunate we are to have known that rare spirit. — Lorrie Kyle, PhD, 1999 WPSAF President He gave more than he was given. Thoughts of John are usually “John and ...” he had a gift for putting the right people together to accomplish a project. He loved Winter Park, music, Sue, people, Hunter, radio, golf; not necessarily in that order. Around 5:30 one Saturday morning of the Art Festival, I was standing on the front of the stage, watching the sun come up and the park start to wake up. Suddenly John was beside me, and said, “Isn’t it perfect?”, and it was. I liked me better when I was with him. He was my friend, and I miss him. — Dan Ramey, WPSAF Past President 53RD WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL 31


Entertainment WARREN HILL Warren Hill began his musical journey at the age of 7, when his guitar teacher, in his first lesson, told him: “Tell me your favorite songs and I’ll teach you how to play them.” Hill, born and raised in Toronto, Canada, has been playing the music he loves ever since. His debut CD, Kiss Under the Moon, caught the attention of Natalie Cole, who brought him on as an opening act for her Unforgettable tour. Since then he has released 11 solo CDs, which have reached combined worldwide sales of more than 1 million copies. In the field of Contemporary Jazz he has been heard on recordings with Chieli Minucci, Keiko Matsui, Jeff Golub, Steve Oliver, Special EFX and John Tesh, many of which became No.1 songs. One of

Hill’s CDs—entitled Shelter From the Storm—reached Top 20 on the Billboard charts in 1998. Hill is also responsible for the world’s first Smooth Jazz Cruise, which he launched in January 2004. It was an instant success. So much so that it spawned additional cruises mimicking Hill’s design. He has earned accolades including six Canadian Smooth Jazz Awards, Berklee Distinguished Alumni, multiple SESAC Songwriter Awards, a Juno Nomination, multiple No.1 songs, and spotlights in Radio & Records, USA Today and Billboard. Currently Warren is touring with the Gentlemen of the Night, featuring Marion Meadows and Paul Taylor. But the true loves of Hill’s life will always be his wife of 17 years, Tamara, and their 12-year-old daughter, Olivia. Countless hits have been dedicated to them.

JAZZ PROFESSORS

The Jazz Professors group is led by tenor saxophonist Jeff Rupert and includes Per Danielsson on piano, bassist Richard Drexler, Marty Morell on drums, and

guitarist Bobby Koelble. A new addition to the Jazz Professors group this year is trombonist Michael Wilkinson. Collectively these musicians are on hundreds of recordings, and have long associations with Bill Evans, Stan Getz, Zoot Sims, Kenny Drew, Jr., Karin Allyson, Sam Rivers, Mel Tormé, Kevin Mahogany, and Maynard Ferguson. The Jazz Professors debut recording on Flying Horse Records was in the Top 20 on Jazz Week for 17 weeks in 2011.

SUNNIE PAXSON Innovative songwriter, producer, arranger and performer Sunnie Paxson has proven herself as a talented jazz pianist and recording artist. Paxson has toured with Grammy award winning bassist Stanley Clarke and has shared the stage and recorded with Justo Almario, Larry Carlton, Danny Gottlieb and Michael Paulo, to name a few. Her compositions and performances have been used on the sound tracks of feature films and television shows such as Desperate Housewives. A native of Philadelphia, Sunnie was a child piano prodigy from a musical family. Her skills were honed by studies with world-renowned pianists Bernard Peiffer, Jimmy Amadie and Ray Santisi. Paxson attended Berklee College of 32 53RD WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

Music and the Philadelphia College of Performing Arts. Paxson was voted one of Los Angeles’ best jazz performers by Los Angeles Magazine. In the world of radio, she is known on stations throughout the U.S. as well as internationally. Her debut solo album, Groove Suite, featured the ultimate feel-good single, “Do It (‘Til You’re Satisfied),” with longtime friend Clarke on bass. Jazz Week listed Sunnie as as one of its Top 100 artists with the most spins for two years during the peak run of this CD. Sunnie’s newest album, Bohemian Sun, is to be released on the Roxboro Entertainment Group label. She returns to her solid jazz roots with this straightahead jazz trio record, which consists of herself, Stanley Clarke/bass and Ronald Brunner Jr. /drums, featuring some of her own compositions, some standards and one song written by Clarke.


Entertainment ORLANDO CONCERT BAND

The Orlando Concert Band is a 65-member ensemble of wind and percussion instruments. Members include professional musicians, music educators and other talented performers who have significant musical experience. Band membership is achieved through an audition process.  Founded in 1989, the Orlando Concert Band performs throughout Central Florida for

concerts, ceremonies and other special events. RECENT PERFORMANCES: • City of Orlando’s “Fireworks at the Fountain” 4th of July Celebration: 2002-2012 • The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival: 2007, 2010 & 2012 • St. Luke’s Lutheran Church of Oviedo’s Concert Series: 2002-2012 • Veterans’ Day Programs at Winter Park Racquet Club: 2007-2011 • Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University’s Commencement Ceremonies at Daytona’s Ocean Center 2011-2012 • Memorial Day presentations at Woodlawn Cemetery: 2008-2012 • “Artsfest” Performances for United Arts of Central Florida at the City of Casselberry,  Avalon Park and Trinity Preparatory School: 2011-2012

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Discover the Visual Art Treasures in Central Florida at the Orlando Museum of Art

Open Tuesday - Saturday 11 AM - 10 PM; Open Sunday March 18th for the Art Festival 10 AM - 4 PM

Topographies, now on view at the Orlando Museum of Art, only two miles from the Winter Park Art Festival. Open: Tues-Fri 10am - 4pm

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Shield de Pyrenees, 2007, stoneware and stones, 33 x 30 x 4 in., collection of Kristine Sorensen Griffin

Poster art by Gretchen serrano

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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 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.

MICHAEL DAVIS Mike Davis was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio. He still lives in Cleveland, where he is pursuing a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree at the Cleveland Institute of Art for Glass. In the past Davis has worked for a non-profit fine art glass studio and has taught flat fusing classes for the College of Mount St. Joseph. Davis is also a guild member at the Kennedy Heights Arts Center in Cincinnati, where he shows regularly. Other galleries that Davis has shown include: Gallery One One at Brazee Street Studios, The Container Gallery with ParProjects, both in Cincinnati, and the Bergstrom-Mahler Museum in Wisconsin. msdavisglass@gmail.com www.mikedavisglass.com Booth 192

IRIS LEDESMA Iris Ledesma holds a Bachelor of Design in Architecture from the University of Florida and a Master of Architecture from the Rhode Island School of Design. Having an architecture background, Ledesma was immediately drawn to different sources of inspiration and art. She works at various scales: from an object that occupies the body, to an object the body occupies. In the end, each has a structure, form and its own experience. She considers her jewelry to be little pieces of architecture. They are meant to be experienced when worn and also meant to be interesting objects while laying on horizontal surfaces. Her work is about process and its evolution ... and in many ways, her own evolution. estudioiris11@gmail.com www.estudio-iris.com Booth 193 38 53RD WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL


Emerging Artists ROBERT COBY Robert Coby is a glass artist who received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Cleveland Institute of Art in 2011. While a student, he spent a summer as the Windgate Fellowship Intern working with the glass collection at the Cleveland Museum of Art. He now assists at Benchmark Studio and teaches continuing education glassblowing classes at the Cleveland Institute of Art while expanding his own body of blown glass. rcoby@student.cia.edu www.robertcobyglass.com Booth 194

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Gallery CLAY Brian Beam Fulton, MI bbpottery@aol.com www.brianbeampottery.com 181

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

Steve Cunningham & MiKyung Cunningham West Des Moines, IA cunninghampottery2@gmail.com www.smcunninghampottery.com 15

Mark Knott Suwanee, GA mknott@bellsouth.net www.markknott.com 135

Doug Dacey Columbus, NC gcpdacey@windstream.net www.daceyporcelains.com 313

Becky Lloyd & Steve Lloyd Clyde, NC becky@lloydpottery.com www.lloydpottery.com 172

David Fernandez Seagrove, NC dfernandez@triad.rr.com 139

Vadim Malkin Orlando, FL info@vadimmalkin.com www.vadimmalkin.com 355

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

Toni Mann & Jay Mann Lake Worth, FL toniandjaym@earthlink.net www.facebook.com/pages/toni-mannpottery/171990432818925 66

Michael Kahn Mieko Kahn Greenbush, MI kahnmichael@sbcglobal.net 320

Shadow May Chattanooga, TN shadow-may@hotmail.com www.shadowmay.com 360

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Gallery Don McWhorter Carrollton, GA potterysong@yahoo.com 106

Ralph Rankin Orlando, FL ralphrankinceramics@yahoo.com 34

Michael Meyer Malabar, FL malabarman@aol.com 189

Michael Schwegmann Champaign, IL michael@boneyardpottery.com www.boneyardpottery.com 334

Marti Mocahbee Staunton, VA mmocahbee7@gmail.com www.martimocahbee.com 347

Vicki Tindall Orlando, FL tindallx2@aol.com 179

Michael Nelson New Smyrna Beach, FL mnelson003@cfl.rr.com 125

DIGITAL ART Steven Olszewski Pinckney, MI clayart@cac.net 40

Rick Abrams, Deland, FL aaaangel2@gmail.com 345

Jim Parmentier & Shirl Parmentier Mars Hill, NC parmentierpottery@mac.com www.parmentierpottery.com 45

Lea Alboher Sonoma, CA lalboher@sbcglobal.net 151

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Gallery DIGITAL ART continued Chris Dahlquist Kansas City, MO chris@chrisdahlquist.com www.chrisdahlquist.com 47

Beau Tudzarov Ft. Lauderdale, FL zarovstudio@yahoo.com www.tudzarov.com 53

Dave Hoffman Orlando, Fl www.dhoffmanart.com davehoffman@photo.net 324

Lou Zale Deerfield, IL louzale@gmail.com www.louzale.com 9

John Leben Saugatuck, MI jleben@lebenart.com www.lebenart.com 175

DRAWING & GRAPHICS

John Margerum Oviedo, FL photoartsprint@hotmail.com www.johnmargerum.com 314

Michael Bond & Laura Bond River Falls, WI contact@michaelbondetchings.com www.michaelbondetchings.com 12

Brett Miley Frostproof, FL ecoridges@gmail.com www.pbase.com/ecoridge 26

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

Elizabeth Reed Pittsburgh, PA reed437@comcast.net www.elizabethreedfineart.com 344

Edson Campos Winter Park, FL cartista@aol.com www.edsoncampos.com 183

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Gallery John Costin Tampa, FL caracara@tampabay.rr.com www.costingraphics.com 156

Julie Keaten-Reed Howey-in-the-Hills, FL keatenreed@hotmail.com www.juliekeatenreed.com 178

C.L. Cunningham Marietta, GA clcunningham@bellsouth.net www.clcunningham.com 2

Gillian Kemper Oklahoma City, OK gilldk@juno.com 16

Helen Gotlib Ann Arbor, MI helengotlib@gmail.com www.helengotlib.com 43

Phil Kutno Sarasota, FL philkutno@hotmail.com www.philkutnostudios.com 304

Ron Hoyle Lee’s Summit, MO jaablu44@gmail.com www.ronhoyleart.com 332

Clare Malloy Chicago, IL clare.e.malloy@gmail.com www.claremalloy.com 346

David Hunter Winter Park, FL dhunterartist@hotmail.com 116

Ellen Marshall Ybor City, FL cowpainter@mac.com www.ellenmarshall.com 60

Vicki Jones Belle Isle, FL vjonesy@yahoo.com 356

Jody Depew McLeane Eagle River, WI jdmpastels2@newnorth.net www.depewpastels.com 123

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Gallery DRAWING & GRAPHICS continued

FIBER

Leslie Peebles Alachua, FL althusia@yahoo.com www.lesliepeebles.com 144

Amos Amit Los Angeles, CA amosamit@aol.com 147

Stephen Sebastian High Point, NC etch77@northstate.net 50

Kate Beck New Orleans, LA kate@katebeck.biz www.katebeck.biz 198

Grant Silverstein Mansfield, PA gms4@npacc.net www.grantsilverstein.com 28

Miriam Carter Dublin, NH mcarterfelt@yahoo.com 128

Philip Thompson Bangor, MI stadiumetchings@btc-bci.com 201

Candiss Cole-Footitt & Rodger Footitt Sedona, AZ candiss@candisscole.com www.candisscole.com 176

Heinrich Toh Kansas City, MO heinrich_t@hotmail.com www.heinrichtoh.com 361

Sandy D’Andrade Red Hook, NY sandy@sandydandrade.com www.sandydandrade.com 326

Kreg Yingst Pensacola, FL kregyingst@cox.net www.kregyingst.com 205

PJ Floyd Marietta, GA patuncaged@aol.com www.pjuncaged.com 204

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Gallery

Stephen Kostyshyn Cedar, MI steve@stephenkostyshyn.com www.stephenkostyshyn.com 54

Jill Wagoner Fuquay-Varina, NC wagonerstudios@aol.com www.marbledsilk.com 167

Mary McFarland Brodhead, KY gotsilk@earthlink.net 29

Lorraine Wieskamp & Gene Wieskamp Ocala, FL wieskamp@cox.net www.wieskampnantuckets.com 188

Xiao Xia Zhang Minich & Patrick Minich Cleveland, OH xiaoxia2@aol.com www.thesilkneedle.com 357

GLASS

Marie Pace Provincetown, MA mariepace@comcast.net www.mariepacedesigns.com 303

Scott Amrhein Sherwood, WI scott@highcliffstudio.com www.highcliffstudio.com 206

Shekina Rudoy Princeton, NJ shekinasilks@earthlink.net www.shekinadesigns.com 21

Todd Cameron Minneapolis, MN contact@threatlevelorange.org www.threatlevelorange.org 152

Mary Sly & Dan Wyatt Friday Harbor, WA sjsilk@centurytel.net 338

Robert Coleman Mount Vernon, OH ipunty@yahoo.com 171

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

Stephen Nelson Shillington, PA clhn@msn.com www.stephenrichnelson.com 197

Angelo Fico Wilmot, WI angelo@angelofico.com www.angelofico.com 166

Nolan Prohaska Hudson, WI dancewither@yahoo.com www.dancewitherglassworks.com 333

Roger Gandelman Branford, CT deejay103@aol.com www.gandelmanglass.com 195

David Russell Camden, SC russellartglass@bellsouth.net www.russellartglass.com 131

Thomas Maras Hudson, WI marasglass@comcast.net www.marasglass.com 3

Robinson Scott Anoka, MN rsgs@ties2.net www.robinsonscottglass.com 317

Chris McCarthy St. Louis, MO parkavenueglass@gmail.com www.parkavenueglass.com 311

Douglas Sigwarth & Renee Sigwarth River Falls, WI dsigwarth@msn.com www.sigwarthglass.com 136

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

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

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James Wilbat Deerfield, IL jrwilbat@aol.com www.wilbatglass.com 117

David Conroy Baltimore, MD nail2you@yahoo.com 343

Kimberly Coy Casselberry, FL kim@nicolewayne.com www.nicolewayne.com 157

JEWELRY Chip Arnold Webster, NY chiparnoldjewelry@gmail.com 107

Donna D’Aquino Wallkill, NY daquino15@yahoo.com www.donnadaquino.com 69

Rick Austin Inverness, FL nobleaustinstudios@yahoo.com 169

Michael Dandrea St. Petersburg, FL dandreamichael@aol.com 102

Deborah Barnes Mt. Dora, FL dadedudabarnes@aol.com 363

Jeff Dawald Faribault, MN jdawald@charter.net 177

Christian Butera Apopka, FL christian@cndesigns.com www.cndesigns.com 130

Sana Doumet & Munir Doumet Clearwater, FL sdoumet@tampabay.rr.com www.sanadoumet.com 182

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Gallery JEWELRY continued Pam Fox Sarasota, FL 1pamfox@gmail.com www.pamfoxjewelry.com 58

Bill McCamish Three Oaks, MI bmccamish@yahoo.com www.billmccamish.com 305

Robert Fremon Monticello, NY rrr1k@aol.com www.robertfremon.com 38

Barbara McLaughlin & Robert McLaughlin Stratham, NH barb@barbarasmithmclaughlin.com www.barbarasmithmclaughlin.com 187

Patricia Karnes Winter Park, FL plkdesigns@embarqmail.com 19

Claudia Melchiorre Cape Canaveral, FL cmdesignz@gmail.com www.cmdesignz.com 351

Kim Koch Oshkosh, WI kim@kimkoch.com www.kimkoch.com 33

Leon Oziel & Eva Oziel N. Miami Beach, FL ozielgems@gmail.com 339

Antoni Kozlowski Shelby Township, MI amber92co@yahoo.com www.antonikozlowski.com 4

Michelle Robison Napoleon, OH robison@henry-net.com www.picturetrail.com/michellerobison 140

Eric Lundgren & Glenda Lundgren Holly Hill, FL ericandglendalundgren@gmail.com www.goldandstuff.com 119

Sharon Rosenthal Philadelphia, PA sharonrosenthal@verizon.net www.sharonrosenthaldesign.com 141

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John Ruff & Carolyn Ruff Springfield, MO johnruffjewelry@gmail.com www.johnruffjewelry.com 202

Jorge Gil Richfield Springs, NY gilgallery@yahoo.com 27

Jonathon Stopper Sarasota, FL simplyjonathons@msn.com 46

Mychal Mitchell Austin, TX ionabooks@gmail.com www.ionahandcraftedbooks.com 173

Lauran Sundin Concord, NH sundinart@yahoo.com www.lauransundin.com 111

James Perry & Rombye Perry Greeneville, TN rombye.perry@century21.com 68

Mary Watson & Spencer Watson Prospect Heights, IL marywatsonjewelry@yahoo.com www.maryandspencerwatson.com 148

Rudy Tell Cosby, TN rudytell@bellsouth.net 114

Horace Thomas & Shawn Thomas Belton, TX thomasleathers@gmail.com www.thomasleatherstudio.com 190

LEATHER Chic Donofrio Danbury, CT donofrioleather@aol.com 330

Alberto Toro & Marcella Toro Maryville, TN cuerotoro@gmail.com www.cuerotoro.com 316

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Gallery METAL Steve “Stevo� Cambronne Marietta, GA camart95@aol.com www.stevecambronne.com 362

Alex Santamarina San Francisco, CA clubmersa@hotmail.com 322

Michael Gard San Francisco, CA michaelgard@excite.com www.michaelgard.com 165

Frank Strunk III St. Petersburg, Fl frank@frankstrunk.co www.frankstrunk.com 196

Ronetta Krause & Keith Krause Walnutport, PA ronettakrause@yahoo.com 13

Michelle Zorich & Katherine Martin Kalamazoo, MI klmart@sbcglobal.net www.thingsofsteel.com 112

James Mosier Ballston Lake, NY jmosier1958@gmail.com www.metalweavings.com 145

MIXED MEDIA

Jon Route Frederic, WI jon@jonmichaelroute.com www.jonmichaelroute.com 30

Paul Andrews Charlotte, NC ellajewel@earthlink.net 337

Kurt Ruby Gulfport, FL kruby1@yahoo.com www.kurtruby.com 59

Deborah Banyas & T.P. Speer Oberlin, OH riverdog@centurytel.net www.banyasandspeer.com 150

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Carolina Cleere Tampa, FL carol@carolinacleere.com www.carolinacleere.com 321

Vicki Herrick Mount Vernon, OH foldenstitch@yahoo.com 170

Joe DeCamillis Birmingham, AL decamart@gmail.com www.joedecamillis.com 32

Milenko Katic Afton, VA milenko@milenkoartstudio.com www.2artstudios.com 146

Ummarid Eitharong Orlando, FL ue_thai@yahoo.com 61

Jeff League Winter Park, FL jeffleague@gmail.com www.jeffleague.com 22

Amy Flynn Raleigh, NC amy@ifobot.com www.ifobot.com 142

Glenn Mace & Linda Mace Mocksville, NC woodworksnc@roadrunner.com 174

Beverly Hayden Chattanooga, TN beverlylaughs@gmail.com www.beverlyhayden.com 42

David McKirdy Tampa, FL dmckirdy@earthlink.net 11

Aaron Hequembourg Monticello, GA info@bigwhitedog.net www.bigwhitedog.net 134

Rasa Pranckunaite & Algis Keburys Astoria, NY rasavaiva@gmail.com www.rasaart.com 67

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Gallery MIXED MEDIA continued Ella Richards New York, NY briell@earthlink.net www.dancingscissors.com 331

Jeffrey Berryman Kersey, CO firstsurruralist@gmail.com www.jeffreyberryman.com 342

Lynn Whipple Winter Park, FL jxlwhipple@aol.com www.lynnwhipple.com 6

Christine Brenner Halifax, VT brennelli@earthlink.net www.brenner-castelli.net 118

Edson Campos Winter Park, FL cartista@aol.com www.edsoncampos.com 184

PAINTING Stephen Bach Orlando, FL stephenbach1@aol.com www.stephenbach.com 158

James Carter Southbury, CT carterairbrush@aol.com www.jamescarterstudio.blogspot.com 108

Stacy Barter Winter Park, FL stacybarter@earthlink.net www.stacybarter.com 359

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

Bert Beirne Flowery Branch, GA beirne8@att.net www.bertbeirne.com 319

Will Corr Holmes Beach, FL info@willcorr.com www.willcorr.com 48

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Gallery

Scott Coulter Sarasota, FL rs.coulter@gmail.com www.scottcoulter.net 57

Bruce Holwerda Hoover, AL bruceholwerda@gmail.com www.bruceholwerda.com 180

Richard Currier Micco, FL rcurrierart@aol.com www.richardcurrierart.com 164

Joachim Knill Hannibal, MO joachimknill@sbcglobal.net www.joachimknill.com 62

Jeffrey Dix Longwood, FL jdix@dixlathrop.com www.jeffdixlandscapes.com 104

Ning Lee Livingston, NJ ninglee@ningleeart.com www.ningleeart.com 336

Charles Gatewood Phenix City, AL cbgatewood@gmail.com 25

Melissa Mastrangelo Providence, RI birdgirlart@me.com www.web.me.com/birdgirlart 133

David Gordon Greenfield Center, NY gordonfinearts@aol.com www. davidegordon.com, 20

Scott Olson Chicago, IL kompressiongraphics@hotmail.com www.scottolsonfineart.com 348

Mel Grunau Berea, OH mjgrunau@yahoo.com www.mjgrunau.com 154

Darlene Pearse Naples, FL darlenepearse@gmail.com www.darlenepearse.com 143

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Gallery PAINTING continued

PHOTOGRAPHY

Bruce Peeso Monson, MA bpeeso@comcast.net www.etsy.com/shop/brucepeeso 306

Richard Auger Summerfield, FL richard@richardauger.com www.richardauger.com 168

Lisa Russo Ocklawaha, FL madhaaater@aol.com www.lisa-russo-art.com 312

Michael Behr Minneapolis, MN mike@mikebehrphotography.com www.mikebehrphotography.com 39

Susan Schultz Atlanta, GA suzyschultz@mindspring.com www.suzyschultz.net 350

Robert Clibbon New Smyrna Beach, FL robert@clibbongallery.com www.clibbongallery.com 120

Stephen Sebastian High Point, NC etch77@northstate.net 51

Luciano Duse Petoskey, MI lucianophotography@sbcglobal.net www.luciano-photography.com 160

John Whipple Winter Park, FL jxlwhipple@AOL.COM www.whippleart.wordpress.com 7

Cali Hobgood Urbana, IL cali@photographsbycali.com www.photographsbycali.com 14

Chris Honeysett San Rafael, CA mail@chrishoneysett.com www.chrishoneysett.com 325

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Gallery

Curtis Krueger Wilmington, NC curtis@artistic-photos.com www.curtiskrueger.com 200

Ron Rocz Charleston, SC ronrocz@attglobal.net www.ronroczphoto.com 24

Mark MacKinnon Millbrook, NY mark@markmackinnon.com www.thephotographersplace.com 310

Bill Sargent Lakeland, FL sweetcraver@earthlink.net www.photosarge.com 352

Paul Marcellini Miami, FL paul.marcellini@gmail.com www.paulmarcellini.com 335

John Scanlan Glenwood, IA john@scanlan.com www.scanlan.com 44

Emerson Matabele New Orleans, LA myemerson@gmail.com www.emersonimages.com 105

Robin Smillie Tampa, FL fsrobin@aol.com www.rainbowphototours.com 109

Darren Olson Minneapolis, MN darren@darrenolson.com www.darrenolson.com 65

James Parker Rochester Hills, MI jamesp@parkerparker.net www.parkerparker.net 185

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Gallery SCULPTURE Albert Benedict Whitewater, WI benedictsculpture@gmail.com 37

Robbie Robins & Lou Pearson San Francisco, CA robins94123@yahoo.com www.robbierobins.com 353

James Casey Clermont, FL jimcaseysculptor@peoplepc.com www.jimcaseysculptor.com 153

Dale Rogers Haverhill, MA dale@dalerogersstudio.com www.dalerogersstudio.com 122

Marc Freedman & Carol Miller Newfield, NY marcaf@twcny.rr.com www.marcalanfreedman.com 365

Marlene Rose Clearwater, FL marlene@marleneroseglass.com www.marleneroseglass.com 100

Charles Hazelaar Cape Canaveral, FL cahazelaar@aol.com www.charleshazelaarstudio.com 155

Bill Secunda Butler, PA bsecunda@weldart.com www.weldart.com 126

Trent Manning Winter Haven, FL tm2art@yahoo.com www.trentmanning.net 149

Kostas Ulevicius St. Petersburg, FL kostasu@yahoo.com 36

Nnamdi Okonkwo Fayetteville, GA nnamdi@nnamdiart.com www.nnamdiart.com 162

John Whipple Winter Park, FL jxlwhipple@aol.com www.whippleart.wordpress.com 8

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Gallery

David Wilson Sarasota, FL metalenviroart@aol.com www.metal-enviro-art.com 341

Carmen Lagos Jupiter, FL castillog@bellsouth.net www.castillolagosstudio.com 358

Rick Loudermilk Austin, TX tolisalou@gmail.com www.rickloudermilk.com 364

WATERCOLOR Randy Eckard Blue Hill, ME artvan081@myfairpoint.net www.randyeckardpaintings.com 203

Gregory Strachov Floral City, FL strachovstudio@vivaccess.com www.lawfulart.com 138

Robert Flowers Summerfield, NC rflowers@triad.rr.com www.robertflowersart.com 354

Richard Toft Accomac, VA ctoft46@yahoo.com www.toftstudio.com 5

Diana Hsu Broken Bow, OK zap@dianahsu.com www.dianahsu.com 113

Michael Weber Port St. Lucie, FL weberwatercolors@earthlink.net www.weberwatercolors.com 31

Althea Jones Madison, WI zapp@alethajones.com www.alethajones.com 17

Vonnie Whitworth Virginia Beach, VA 161

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Gallery WATERCOLOR continued Russell Yerkes Tarboro, NC yerkesworks@aol.com www.yerkesworks.com 49

Thomas Dumke Oconomowoc, WI tom@thomaswilliamfurniture.com www.thomaswilliamfurniture.com 129

Billy Hall Durham, NC billy@glowingwoodsculptures.com www.glowingwoodsculptures.com 349

WOOD James Edward Barnes Woolwine, VA 2edbarnes4@gmail.com 18

Matthew Hatala Danielsville, GA ginsue52@starband.net www.facebook.com/matthew. hatala?sk=info 186

Donald Boudreau Hollywood, FL drboudreau@comcast.net www.boxesbyboudreau.com 318

Paul Lambrecht Lanesboro, MN tpcl@acegroup.cc www.paullambrecht.com 110

Don Carter Longwood, FL dontheboatguy@me.com www.downeastwoodenboatworks.com 103

Joe Lawson Ball Ground, GA joelawson@tds.net www.jlwoodcraft.com 41

Peter Czuk Kendall, MI peterczuk@mindspring.com www.czukstudio.com 132

John Mascoll Safety Harbor, FL jjmascoll@verizon.net www.johnmascoll.com 63

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Gallery

Jeffrey Matter Orlando, FL segmentedturner@bellsouth.net www.matterofwoodwork.com 340

Archie Smith Mt. Pleasant, NC info@archiesmithinstruments.com www.archiesmithinstruments.com 159

Lance Munn & Vicki Munn Bloomfield, IN lance@viclan.com www.viclan.com 121

Woody Smith and Judy Smith Crystal Lake, IL woodyandjudy547@hotmail.com 137

David Nagel Jackson, MS artbynagel@aol.com www.artbynagel.com 199

Steve Uren Marquette, MI steveuren@gmail.com www.steveuren.com 10

Stephen Noggle Morganton, NC turnedwood@charter.net www.southernhighlandguild.org/ stevenoggle 301 Jerry Remillard South West Ranches, FL jremihead@aol.com www.jersuzstuff.blogspot.com 163

Larry Roofner Windermere, FL roofner@earthlink.net www.artistdoors.com 35

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