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2013 OFFICIAL PROGRAM

The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival ™

WHAT’S INSIDE 2 President’s Letter 4 Board Members 6 Festival at a Glance 10 Map

38 Emerging Artists 40 Gallery of Exhibiting Artists 40 Clay 41 Digital Art 42 Drawing & Graphics

12 2012 Exhibitors

44 Fiber

16 Judges

45 Glass

18 Poster Artist 20 Leon Theodore Schools Exhibit 21 Morse Museum 22 Children’s Workshop Village 24 Mayor’s Letter 25 Hannibal Square Heritage Center 26 Foundation 27 Best of Show Collection 28 2012 Winners 30 Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation 31 Entertainment

46 Jewelry 49 Leather 49 Metal 50 Mixed Media 51 Painting 55 Photography 58 Sculpture 59 Wood 60 Patrons Program 63 Thank You

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Welcome

PRESIDENT’S LETTER

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TO THE 2013 WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

n behalf of the WPSAF Board of Directors I welcome you to The 54th Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival! Our committed, all-volunteer board works year round to analyze and scrutinize all facets of this nationally recognized festival. Unlike most festivals, which have a paid staff, our active and provisional members present this event with the help of our dedicated sustainers and enthusiastic volunteers. Our focus is the 225 outstanding artists representing 33 states and three countries. They were selected from 1,100 applicants by independent, out-of-state judges. Three judges jury the applicants in the fall and return to judge and award prize money in March. A total of $72,500 will be awarded to 63 WPSAF artists. The funds for prizes have increased this year by $5,000 thanks to the recently announced Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation “Art of Philanthropy” purchase award. After the festival, the winning piece will be on permanent display at the foundation office in Winter Park. We also salute the Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art for offering its $2,500 “Distinguished Work of Art” award in this, the museum’s 18th year of participation. With the help of, and gratitude to, the City of Winter Park, we are able to offer Central Park, the perfect setting for these extraordinary artists. Our thanks go to Mayor Ken Bradley and the City Commissioners, City Manager Randy Knight, Parks Director John Holland and the dedicated Parks and Recreation staff. We also appreciate the assistance of Police Chief Brett Railey, Lt. Randal Durkee and team as well as that of Fire Chief Jim White and his Fire and Safety staff. In 1996 we initiated our all-expenses-paid Emerging Artist Program to encourage young, serious artists and introduce them to the world of the outdoor art festival. They apply, are selected by our judges and encouraged to sell their work. However, they are ineligible for ribbons or prize money recognition. Do look for the three Emerging Artists near Morse Boulevard on the back sidewalk of South Park and consider a purchase

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“before they become famous.” The WPSAF Patrons Program, which began in 2007 as a commitment by local art lovers to purchase art during the festival, is currently supported by almost 100 dedicated Patrons. The Patron money, combined with the awards money, totals more than $112,500. New for you this year is the Bike Valet Service, which is open during regular WPSAF hours. Ride your bike to their location west of the Amtrak station on Morse Boulevard and be assured of your bike’s safety while you enjoy the festival. Should you elect to purchase something unsuited for safe travel home on your bike, the artists will happily hold items for your return. This service is brought to you by the Winter Park Pedestrian & Bicycle Advisory Board. West of the railroad tracks you will find our Children’s Workshop Village, where youngsters participate in complimentary easel painting and art/craft projects offered by nine local museums. While in that area, be certain to include a visit to the extended Leon Theodore Schools Exhibit, which is packed with art from Orange County students of all ages, from both public and private schools. Funding for the Children’s Workshop Village, the Leon Theodore Schools Exhibit and the Emerging Artists program is provided by The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival Foundation. Finally we salute you, our loyal residents and firsttime attendees, for coming to support the arts. Remember, the recipe for a meaningful experience is to proceed slowly and stop to question the artists about their creative process or inspiration. Also, please consider a poster or T-shirt purchase, which supports our scholarship funds. Also, enjoy the music and, at the finish of the festival, make a date to visit the Winter Park Public Library, where you can see the Best of Show pieces provided by The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival.

Jean Pfeifer Sprimont, President

The 54th Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival


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BOARD MEMBERS EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Jean Sprimont, President Alice Moulton, President-Elect Nancy Calhoun, Corresponding Secretary Carol Wisler, Treasurer Sarah Arnold, Immediate Past President

BOARD MEMBERS Louise Alimahomed Earl Allen Carolyn Bird Karen Branen Daphne Cukier Duncan DeWahl Michael Fischer Linda Guthrie

Holly Henson Lynn Hough Dan Iosue John King Linda King Monte Livermore Justin Loughran Camille Marchese

Stephanie Steele Martin Talley Mendinhall Carole Moreland Morna Robbins Laura Storer Amy Thrasher Katie Warner Doni Young

PROVISIONAL MEMBERS Janice Elsheimer Michael Hlavek

Chris Martin Dena Wild

Greg Witherspoon Julie Behr Zimmerman

SUSTAINING MEMBERS Dale Amlund Richard Awsumb Sabrina Balthazar Keith Barden Betty Bay Joann Darnell Bonnie Davis Nancy Duetsch Hal Downing Joyce Evans Jan Farnsworth Margaret Fountain Conny Glicken Bob Green

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Judy Green Debbie Hauert Mercer Herman Shari Hodgson David Kellogg Doug Kerr Bob Klettner Sandy Lenzen Sally Leslie Brian Millard Jeanne Odom Rollin Patrick Lois Payne Roger Peters

Brian Phaneuf Beth Raffo Kay Rich Tom Sacha Steve Schoene Nancy Stephenson Cynthia Sucher Lydia Taylor Churchill Thompson Danny Thompson Marta Westall Chip Weston Suzanne Woodward Sally Zarnowiec


FESTIVAL AT A GLANCE THE 54TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL Where: Central Park along Park Avenue in Winter Park When: March 15, 16 and 17, 2013 Hours: 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Friday and Saturday; 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Sunday

ABOUT THE FESTIVAL

The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival is one of the nation’s most prestigious outdoor art festivals, consistently rated among the top such shows in the country. It’s also one of the largest outdoor events held in Orange County, drawing approximately 350,000 visitors during the threeday 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. The National Endowment for the Arts, the White House, the U.S. 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 event, now celebrating its 54th year.

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 and wood as well as our Emerging Artists.

AWARDS

Artists compete for 63 awards totaling $72,500. The Best of Show winner 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. New in 2013, a $5,000 “Art of Philanthropy” Purchase Award is sponsored by the Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation. For more information on this award, see page 30. A $2,500 “Distinguished Work of Art” award is presented through The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art (see page 21). 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.

MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT

All entertainment is free and presented on the main stage located in north Central Park. To see a list of performers and the show schedule, please refer to page 31.

MERCHANDISE

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, Stroll on the Avenue, is a painting by Tom Sadler. The painting is a panoramic sunset view of the Avenue featuring Winter Park’s iconic Colony Building. After the festival is over you can still purchase this year’s poster and past posters by visiting our website at 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 a.m.-4 p.m. on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Easel painting is from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. 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 map, page 10). The creativity and the level of expertise displayed by these young artists will delight and amaze you. Be sure to check out this wonderful exhibit.

COMPLIMENTARY BIKE VALET

Enjoy the festival while your bike is safely monitored. Available immediately west of the Amtrack Station on Morse Boulevard, a free bike valet service is provided during festival hours by the Winter Park Pedestrian and Bicycle Advisory Board (see map, page 10). For more information, call 407-644-7207 or visit wpsaf.org

By Winter Park City Ordinance NO ANIMALS are allowed in Central Park at any time and on both sides of Park Avenue between New England and Canton avenues during regular festival hours. 6 54TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL


WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL THE OFFICIAL PROGRAM RANDY NOLES EDITOR AND PUBLISHER JENNA CARBERG ART DIRECTOR LAURA BLUHM ADVERTISING DESIGNER LORNA OSBORN SENIOR ASSOCIATE PUBLISHER KATHY BYRD ASSOCIATE PUBLISHER ASHLEY ANNIN, DANNY ROMERO EDITORIAL INTERNS

GULFSHORE MEDIA DANIEL DENTON PRESIDENT RANDY NOLES CONSULTING PUBLISHER PAM FLANAGAN GENERAL MANAGER PAM DANIEL EDITORIAL DIRECTOR NORMA MACHADO PRODUCTION MANAGER

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ART FESTIVAL MAP

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2013 EXHIBITORS

CLAY

146 Brian Beam 125 Doug Blum 24 Doug Dacey 108 Patrick Dragon 127 Nathan Grubich 199 John Herbon 167 Mina Heuslein 157 Michael Kahn 145 Robert Kastrinos 161 John Kellum 55 William Kidd 210 James Klinger 184 Becky Lloyd 238 Tim Ludwig 31 Don McWhorter 133 Michael Meyer 46 Steven Olszewski 5 Jim Parmentier 120 Cheryl Mackey Smith 106 Jonathan White

DIGITAL ART

109 Lea Alboher 27 Geoffrey Harris 166 John Leben 209 Andrew Mosedale 57 Lou Zale

DRAWINGS & GRAPHICS 233 Dave Bruner 183 Edson Campos 36 John Costin 2 C.L. Cunningham

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217 Jeff Eckert 246 Benjamin Frey 255 Robin Frisella 151 Jennifer Gardner 42 Clare Malloy 212 Jody Depew McLeane 159 Dawn Miller 116 Lawrence Packard 49 Stephen Sebastian 21 Grant Silverstein 197 Philip Thompson 128 Kreg Yingst

EMERGING ARTISTS

186 Mirjam Felder 185 Stacia Hollmann 187 Ben Rupp

119 Leon Applebaum 111 Molly Barnes 12 Brian Becher 10 Renee Engebretson 164 Scott Gamble 198 Earl James 23 Michael Lightcap 58 Chris McCarthy 215 Duncan McClellan 258 Michael Mikula 142 Stephen Nelson 181 Phillip Nolley 235 Xochitl Ross 47 Robinson Scott 134 Andrew Shea 228 Marianne Shepardson 65 Douglas Sigwarth 154 Mark Sudduth 149 James Wilbat 172 Paul Willsea

FIBER

135 Amos Amit 123 Kate Beck 207 Sandy D’Andrade 140 Leah Dziewit 45 Lorin Fields 225 Ira Lances 189 Kathryn Page 251 Anna Shapiro 13 Jill Wagoner 112 Lorraine Wieskamp 63 Flora Zarate 194 Xiao Xia Zhang Minich

GLASS

240 Scott Amrhein

JEWELRY

40 Chip Arnold 61 Deborah Barnes 129 Peter Brenner 244 Ann Marie Cianciolo 227 Megan Clark 247 Mike Collins 100 Michael Dandrea 218 Iris Ledesma 156 Marie DesJardins 175 Suzanna Dimarco 192 Melissa Finelli 162 Jack Forney


2013 EXHIBITORS 53 Pam Fox 4 Klassen Glanzer 230 Leigh Griffin 69 David Haun 19 Patricia Karnes 33 Kim Koch 237 Peggy Miller 66 Christian Nevin 121 Michel Plumail 241 Marjorie Rawson 139 Lauran Sundin 171 Claudia Vallejo 205 Youngjoo Yoo

226 Maria Ciucur 150 Amy Flynn 257 Su Griggs Allen 200 Julie Havel 188 Jenny Henley 18 Steven Howell 64 Nicario Jimenez 122 Milenko Katic 132 Jeff League 242 David McKirdy 195 Lou Michaels 41 Scott Olson 28 Rasa Pranckunaite 250 Cathy Rose 169 Joyce Stratton 7 Lynn Whipple 239 Kimberly Willcox

LEATHER

144 Steve Edgar 176 Mychal Mitchell 11 Greg Roche 173 Horace Thomas

METAL

104 Robert Farrell 147 James Mosier 26 Luke Proctor 229 Kurt Ruby 214 Alex Santamarina 59 Ron Schmidt

MIXED MEDIA

163 Kathrine Allen-Coleman 216 Deborah Banyas 126 Sarah Bean 54 Jackie Berkley 32 Chris Bruno

113 Julie Fornaci 110 Lu Fuller 208 Charles Gatewood 102 Shannon Godby 179 Mel Grunau 221 Jim Holehouse 153 Tim Hooper 191 Farhana Hussain 34 Aletha Jones 236 Ning Lee 224 Rick Loudermilk 43 Bruce Nawrocke 105 Vladimir Ovtcharov 20 Bruce Peeso 137 Loretta Petraitis 60 Suzy Scarborough 48 Stephen Sebastian 9 Vincent Serbin 165 Gregory Strachov 117 Charles Tersolo 136 Richard Toft 25 Bill Turner 30 Taman VanScoy 158 Dominique Williams 245 Robert Wilson 160 Russell Yerkes 219 Jie Zhou 148 Yu Zhou

PAINTING

213 Stephen Bach 68 Greg Barnes 253 Stacy Barter 182 Kathleen Brodeur 16 Mark Brown 174 James Carter 248 Gustavo Castillo 1 Matthew Cornell 52 Scott Coulter 39 Dave DeLaCruz 143 Roger Disney 131 Melissa Dominiak 196 Randy Eckard 203 Z.L. Feng 260 Robert Flowers

PHOTOGRAPHY

6 Michael Bryant 177 Leah Cavanah 124 Micheal Paul Cole 206 Jim Copeland

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2013 EXHIBITORS 223 Robert Copeland 231 Carlos Cuba 141 Greg Davis 243 John Deng 130 John Furbee 249 John Hartung 14 Cali Hobgood 62 Lorri Honeycutt 155 Larry Humphrey 201 Brad Kelly 190 Barbara Kline 29 Curtis Krueger 44 Mark MacKinnon 35 Chris Maher 56 Marius Moore 170 James Parker 101 Jason Pavalonis 193 Bruce Reinfeld 256 Kenyatta Saltofdearth 38 John Scanlan 220 Paul Stevens 17 Allan Teger 114 Heidi Thamert 211 Glen Wans 107 Patrick Whalen

SCULPTURE

118 Paul Braun 180 David Bryce

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138 Nancy Cervenka 51 David Figueroa 259 Charles Hazelaar 202 Kevin Lohse 252 Trent Manning 234 Gabriel Puyana 22 Charles Strain 67 Thomas Wargin 8 John Whipple

NEW FOR YOU IN 2013

Complimentary Bike Valet Enjoy The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival while your bike is safely monitored.

WOOD

3 James Barnes 168 Donald Boudreau 232 Don Carter 50 Ron Dekok 115 Thomas Dumke 15 Terry Evans 178 Matthew Hatala 152 Shaari Horowitz 204 John Mascoll 254 Lance Munn 37 Steve Uren

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JUDGES Each year the Art Festival selects three judges from around the country who have artistic credentials in varying fields. In October 2012, these judges selected 225 artists who will participate in the show from more than 1,100 artists who applied. The images they viewed for selection had numbers but no names, so the judges would not 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 $72,500 in awards.

CECILY CULLEN

Cecily Cullen is the creative director and curator at the Center for Visual Art, Metropolitan State University of Denver. Over the past 10 years, Cullen has worked with both emerging and established contemporary artists, curating or contributing to more than 60 exhibitions with the goal of inspiring and engaging the community. With an affinity for skillful craft and conceptual depth, Cullen has a passion for bringing together work that creates a visual dialogue. Selected exhibitions include, CURRENTS: Native American Forces in Contemporary Art; Altered Nature: Notable Interpretations from South America; and Taos Contemporary, which featured 56 artists living in Taos County, N.M. In addition, for the past four years Cullen has worked with the artist Christo as organizer of the traveling exhibition Christo and JeanneClaude: Prints and Objects. She has been a juror for numerous exhibitions, festivals, publications and public art projects and sits on the Cherry Creek Arts Festival Board of Directors. 16 54TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

BILL GRIFFITH

Bill Griffith is a ceramic artist and program director of Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts in Gatlinburg, Tenn. He earned a B.S. degree in Art Education from Indiana State University and an M.A. in Ceramics/ Art Education from Miami (Ohio) University. He was a participant in the first International Workshop for Ceramic Artists in Tokoname, Japan. Influences from his extensive travel and exploration of ancient architecture and ruins in Asia, Central and South America are reflected in his sculptural forms. Griffith’s works have been exhibited worldwide and are included in collections at the Tennessee State Museum, the Arkansas Arts Center, the San Angelo Museum of Art, the Tokoname Cultural Museum and the Jingdezhen Ceramic Institute in China. The City of Orlando and the State of Florida’s Permanent Collection also feature Griffith sculptures. Griffith, who lectures and demonstrates as a visiting artist for conferences, universities and art guilds, has also served on jury panels for the Ohio Arts Council, the Kentucky Arts Council, the Arkansas Arts Council’s Individual Artists Fellowship Awards and the Windgate Fellowship Awards.

ED SHAY

Ed Shay was born in Boston and earned his B.F.A. from Murray State University in 1969 and his MFA from the University of Illinois in 1971. He taught at Ball State University, the New York School of Visual Arts, DePaul University and the University of Illinois at Chicago in the 1970s and 1980s. Since 1978 he has taught at Southern Illinois University Carbondale, including a stint at the SIUC campus in Niigata, Japan. Among his many grants and fellowships, the most significant are three Individual Artist Fellowships from the NEA and four grants from the IAC. Shay was represented by Nancy Lurie Gallery in Chicago from 1972 until 1978 and Roy Boyd Gallery from 1978 until 1998. In 1997 a major cast bronze sculpture, Acadian Gyro, owned by the DeCordova Museum in Lincoln, Mass., was included by curator Marcia Tucker in an exhibition at the White House of 12 works from American sculptors.


POSTER ARTIST

TOM SADLER Since moving to Orlando in 1983, Tom Sadler has dedicated himself to capturing the light, color and mood of the Central Florida landscape. The intense light, combined with the natural beauty of the area’s lakes, rivers and parks, provide a never-ending source of inspiration. After earning his B.F.A. at Auburn University, Sadler studied oil painting with instructor Jack Dempsey at the University of Alabama in Huntsville. Later, he attended the School of Visual Arts in New York City. Working from life, Sadler is preoccupied with capturing the color and atmosphere that the landscape suggests. He works in oils because of their inherent versatility and permanence. He utilizes consistencies of the paint from very transparent to very opaque. His glazing techniques imbue his work with an unmistakable sense of light. This depiction of light and its manifestations is the subject of most of Sadler’s works. “I’ve enjoyed living in Central Florida and painting scenes of Winter Park for many years,” says Sadler. “This particular painting, Stroll on the Avenue, captures the image of an early evening view of Park Avenue looking towards a familiar icon, the Colony Building. I wanted to depict the whole panorama of the Colony Building, the street and the people enjoying a nice walk down the opposite sidewalk with a colorful sunset in the background.”

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LEON THEODORE SCHOOLS EXHIBIT Be sure to visit the extraordinary exhibit of paintings, abstract self-portraits, photographs, sculptures, drawings and mixed media created by students in Orange County public and private schools. These pieces of colorful and creative artwork of all types, on display at the Leon Theodore Schools Exhibit, are sure to delight parents and festival attendees alike. The artwork, created by students from elementary, middle and high schools, is selected by local art teachers and will be on display Friday through Sunday. This year’s distinguished judges, Bethany Gray, Bill Howland and Martha Lent, will award “Best of Show” ribbons to a middle- and a high-school student as well as other honors in a variety of categories. Just look for the big white tents located across the railroad tracks near the Post Office.

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MORSE MUSEUM ADMISSION IS FREE DURING THE WINTER PARK SIDEWALK 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 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 new 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 morsemuseum.org. 54TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL 21


CHILDREN’S WORKSHOP VILLAGE EASEL PAINTING Boys and girls, here is your chance to show everyone your artistic abilities by creating a unique piece of artwork. Best of all, it’s free and kids can keep what they make. The fun happens between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. at the Children’s Workshop Village on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. 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. to 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. to 4 p.m. This is one of the most anticipated events at the festival each year, and thousands of children and their families participate. 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.

PHOTO BY ALLAN JAY IMAGES

Continue your creative involvement all year long by participating in the many varied activities offered at these art centers and museums.

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CHILDREN’S WORKSHOP VILLAGE PARTICIPATING MUSEUMS

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SAT

SUN

Art & History Museums-Maitland

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

Orange County Regional History Center

Orlando Museum of Art

Zora Neale Hurston National Museum of Fine Arts

407-539-2181 artandhistory.org

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

407-647-3307 zoranealehurston.cc

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THE HANNIBAL SQUARE HERITAGE CENTER On the corner of New England and Pennsylvania Avenues, adjacent to the Winter Park Community Center, stands the two-story Hannibal Square Heritage Center. The center is a tribute to the past, present and future contributions of Winter Park’s African-American community. In keeping with its mission to promote the visual arts as a means of fostering diversity and preserving our cultural heritage, Crealdé School of Art deepened its long-standing relationship with the City of Winter Park by opening the Hannibal Square Heritage Center in 2007. Prior to that time, there was no specific repository honoring the legacy of Hannibal Square, which was founded 125 years ago as an African-American community. The center is home to the Heritage Collection: Photographs and Oral Histories of West Winter Park, an award-winning documentary of more than 140 framed archival photographs of residents and former residents paired with oral histories. As a whole, the collection presents a moving representation of Winter Park’s African-American citizens from 1900 to present. The center also features a timeline juxtaposing local and national African-American history, community-created public art pieces in a variety of media, and changing exhibitions and programs that focus on local history, cultural preservation, African-American experience and Southern folklore. The center is a “must see” for visitors to Winter Park. It’s listed in numerous travel guides, including Visit Florida’s American Heritage Guide to Historic Sites in Florida, the AAA Tourbook and has been featured in The Impulsive Traveler in The Washington Post. Now on exhibition through April 13, 2013: Sewn Together: Photographic Quilts Reflecting the Historic Family Ties of Eatonville, Maitland and Winter Park. Upcoming events include an opening reception for Preaching to the Trees and the Animals: The Folk Art of O.L. Samuels, on Friday, April 19; and the 4th Annual Hannibal Square Heritage Center Folk Art and Craft Festival on Saturday, April 20.

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THE FOUNDATION The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival Foundation provides grants to promote community appreciation of the arts and supports art education through scholarships and programs. The foundation supports the Children’s Workshop Village, the Leon Theodore Schools Exhibit, the Emerging Artists Program and Performing Arts at The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival. It also funds the Jean Oliphant Scholarship at Rollins College and The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival Scholarship at the University of Central Florida. The foundation has received funding in 2012-2013 from donations by The Winter Parkbased Galloway Foundation and from The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival.The foundation, a Florida not-for-profit corporation, was approved as a 501(c) 3 tax-exempt entity in September 2008 by the Internal Revenue Service. If you’d like to make a donation or find out more about The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival Foundation, please contact the organization at P.O. Box 597, Winter Park, FL 32790, call 407-644-7207 Foundation board member Tom Sacha presents a check to Tara Gasparovic, or email WPSAF@yahoo.com. Assistant Director of Development, Knight Line, The UCF Fund. Foundation Members: Hal Downing, Linda Guthrie, Linda King, Monte Livermore, Alice Moulton, Morna Robbins, Tom Sacha, Jean Sprimont, Mercedes Wechsler, Carol Wisler and Sally Zarnowiec

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BEST OF SHOW COLLECTION 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 in 1991; a pen drawing by C. Glenn Eden in 1975, so controversial that it was stolen to prevent its display; and a photograph that spans five large panels by Bill Parish in 1978. It’s quite an honor to win 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 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, which is the year that the tradition of giving the winning artwork to the City of Winter Park began. Currently, the Best of Show piece is purchased for $10,000. Occasionally the library will have a gallery walk that features one or more of the awardwinning artists explaining their creations. Check with the library to see when the next gallery walk is scheduled.

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2012 WINNERS BEST OF SHOW ($10,000 PURCHASE AWARD) Drawings & Graphics John Costin Tampa, FL Large Florida Birds

MORSE MUSEUM AWARD ($2,500) Clay Jim and Shirl Parmentier Mars Hill, NC Greek Wall Vase

With Catherine Hinman, Morse Museum

10 AWARDS OF EXCELLENCE ($2,000)

Clay, Becky Lloyd and Steve Lloyd, Clyde, NC, Sgraffito Bottle Fiber, Amos Amit, Los Angeles, CA, Aspen Grove Fiber, Sandy D’Andrade, Red Hook, NY, Threadlace Flared Jacket Fiber, Xiao Xia Zhang Minich and Patrick Minich, Cleveland, OH, Metro Park East Gate Glass, Scott Amrhein, Sherwood, WI, Untitled Jewelry, Lauran Sundin, Concord, NH, Moon Shadow Painting, Matthew Cornell, Orlando, FL, Continuum Photography, Mark Mackinnon, Millbrook, NY, White Sands Wood, Thomas Dumke, Oconomowoc, WI, Foyer Sideboard Wood, Matthew Hatala, Danielsville, GA, Black Maple

20 AWARDS OF DISTINCTION ($1,000)

Clay, Brian Beam, Fulton, MI, Round Ashglazed Vessel No. 8 Clay, Michael Kahn & Mieko Kahn, Greenbush, MI, Fly Platter Clay, William Kidd, Miramar, FL, Blue Medallion Clay, Shadow May, Chattanooga, TN, Omen Drawings & Graphics, Jody Depew Mcleane, Eagle River, WI, French Buffet with Cake & Flowers Fiber, Candiss Cole-Footitt and Rodger Footitt, Sedona, AZ, Midnight Seas Fiber, Jill Wagoner, Fuquay-Varina, NC, Hand Marbled Silk Wrap Glass, Chris McCarthy, St. Louis, MO, Blue Division Glass, Mark Sudduth, Cleveland Heights, OH, Lanted Form “Articulation” Jewelry, Sana Doumet and Munir Doumet, Clearwater, FL, Aqua Necklace Jewelry, Pam Fox, Sarasota , FL, Lapis Fox Sphwew Jewelry, Patricia Karnes, Winter Park, FL, Tiered Reflections Jewelry, Kim Koch, Oshkosh, WI, Following Seas Mixed Media, Paul Andrews, Charlotte, NC, House Mixed Media, Rasa Pranckunaite and Algis Keburys, Astoria, NY, My Beloved Trees Painting, Charles Gatewood, Phenix City, AL, Classroom Photography, Cali Hobgood, Urbana, IL, Envelope Sculpture, John Whipple, Winter Park, FL, Solo Act Wood, Donald Boudreau, Hollywood, FL, Ebony Sunburst Wood, Don Carter, Longwood, FL 28 54TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

AWARD OF MERIT ($500)

Clay, Mark Knott, Suwanee, GA, Untitled Clay, Vadim Malkin, Orlando, FL, Cream and Sugar Clay, Marti Mocahbee, Staunton, VA, Petal Teapot Clay, Michael Schwegmann, Champaign, IL, Industrial Landscape Bottle Drawings & Graphics, Edson Campos, Winter Park, FL, Atelier Drawings & Graphics, Helen Gotlib, Ann Arbor, MI, Summer Solstice Drawings & Graphics, Heinrich Toh, Kansas City, MO, Stellar Views All Around Drawings & Graphics, Ron Hoyle, Lees Summit, MO, Boomingdown Fiber, Miriam Carter, Dublin, NH, Circle Vest Fiber, Mary Sly and Dan Wyatt, Friday Harbor, WA, Wild Poppy Coat Glass, Duncan McClellan, St. Petersburg, FL, Olive Branch Jewelry, Rick Austin, Inverness, FL, Dangleing Modifyer Jewelry, Christian Butera, Apopka, FL, Round Table Engagement Jewelry, John Ruff & Carolyn Ruff, Springfield, MO, Necklace Jewelry, Jonathon Stopper, Sarasota, FL, Circle Round the Moon Leather, Horace Thomas and Shawn Thomas, Belton, TX, New Wavy Bag Mixed Media, Joe Decamillis, Birmingham, AL, Secret Longing, Sweet Fulfillment Mixed Media, Jeff League, Winter Park, FL, Global Vibration Mixed Media, David McKirdy, Tampa, FL, Streams Painting, Bruce Peeso, Monson, MA, Plain Geometry Painting, Jon D. Smith, Naples, FL, Student in D’orsay Photography, Robert Clibbon, New Smyrna Beach, FL, Juniper Springs, FL Photography, Emerson Matabele, New Orleans, LA, Chinese Gothic Sculpture, Trent Manning, Winter Haven, FL, King of Mountain Sculpture, Bill Secunda, Butler, PA, 322-LEO Sculpture, Kostas Ulevicius, St. Petersburg, FL, Adonis Head Watercolor, Randy Eckard, Blue Hill, ME, Out of the Shadows Watercolor, Russell Yerkes, Tarboro, NC, Clowining Around 2011 Wood, John Mascoll, Safety Harbor, FL, Flamed Box Elder Wood, Larry Roofner, Windermere, FL, Sculptured Rocking Chair


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GRANT CELEBRATES THE FOUNDATION’S 40TH ANNIVERSARY The Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation, one of Florida’s leading private grant-making foundations, will provide a $5,000 “Art of Philanthropy” award to a most deserving artist at The 54th Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival. “We’re pleased to partner with The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival to recognize one of the many talented artists at the festival and support the arts community that our founder held in such high esteem,” says foundation President David Odahowski. Philanthropy is defined as the “love of mankind,” and the winning entry will represent philanthropy at its very best. The artistic expression of philanthropy can be made through any medium of the visual arts and need not contain a human form. The winner will be selected by The WPSAF panel of judges and a representative of the Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation. The distinguished panel of judges includes Professor Ed Shay, Southern Illinois University/Carbondale; Bill Griffith, program director at the Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, Gatlinburg, Tenn., and Cecily Cullen, director and curator at the Center for Visual Art, Metropolitan State/ University of Denver. The Art of Philanthropy is a purchase award and the winning entry will be on permanent display at the Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation in Winter Park. The Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation was created in 1973 and celebrates its 40th anniversary in 2013. Since its creation, it has been enriched by the Richard J. Conlee Fund and the H. Clifford Lee Fund. To date, the foundation has issued more than 3,165 grants to 790 organizations, primarily in Central Florida, totaling more than $100 million. Though it does not actively solicit outside donations, the foundation will work with philanthropists to achieve their charitable goals. Board officers are Gerald F. Hilbrich, chairman; Herbert W. Holm, vice chairman; and David A. Odahowski, president. Board members are Matthew W. Certo; Elizabeth Dvorak; Deborah C. German, M.D.; Harvey Massey and Richard J. Walsh. For more information on the Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation, please visit edythbush.org. Edyth Bush poses in front of the under-construction Edyth Bush Theatre.

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ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY, MARCH 15 8 a.m., Production Setup 4:30-5:15 p.m., Beautiful Music Jazz Ensemble 5:45-7 p.m., Matt Shenk Band 7:30-9 p.m., Steve Cole

SATURDAY, MARCH 16 10-10:45 a.m., Paint It Black Quartet 11-11:45 p.m., Rollins Brass Quintet Noon-12:45 p.m., Suzuki Institute 1:15-2:15 p.m., Pop Shop 2:30-3:30 p.m., Rich Walker Trio 4:15-5:45 p.m., Brian Simpson

SUNDAY, MARCH 17 10-10:45 a.m., Three Flutes Only 11:15-12:15 p.m., Rollins Acoustic Ensemble 12:30-1:30 p.m., MakeShift 1:45-2:15 p.m., Bailey Callahan 2:30-3 p.m., Angela and the Gazebros 3:30-4:30 p.m., Jeff Kashiwa

2013 Entertainment / Production Services arranged by WPSAF Performing Arts Committee and:

Sonny Abelardo Productions 1770 Cheyenne Trail, Maitland, Florida 32751 Phone: (407) 628-4231 • Fax: (407)628-4164 • SAbelardo @ aol.com

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ENTERTAINMENT STEVE COLE Steve Cole is one of the most celebrated players in contemporary jazz, having sold hundreds of thousands of albums worldwide and scored four No. 1 Smooth Jazz hits. He attended Northwestern University, where he studied modern classical music for the saxophone under the tutelage of internationally recognized educator Fred Hemke. While in college, Cole was a semi-finalist in the National Foundation for the Advancement in the Arts and one of three finalists in the Chicago Symphony Orchestra Concerto Competition. He recorded for the Atlantic, Warner Brothers and Narada Jazz labels before signing a multiple-album deal with Mack Avenue/ Artistry Music. The first project for the label, entitled Moonlight, is a collection of classic pop songs and standards with an orchestral backdrop. Cole has toured and/or recording with Boz Scaggs, Larry Carlton, Jeff Lorber Brian Culbertson, Freddie Cole, Cyrus Chestnut, KMFDM and Rick Braun, and is a founding member, along with Jeff Kashiwa and Kim Waters, of The Sax Pack.

BRIAN SIMPSON Celebrated keyboardist, composer and studio musician, Brian Simpson has been the go-to man for everyone from Janet Jackson and Teena Marie to George Duke, Stanley Clarke and Dave Koz, for whom he has had the distinction of being musical director for the past 15 years. The chart-topping musical chameleon who wrote the No. 1 R&B hit “The First Time” for Surface in the 1990s confesses, “Ultimately, my listeners inspire me to make my music.” South Beach, his inaugural album for Shanachie Entertainment, demonstrates that inspiration. The album’s title track, with a jubilant vibe reminiscent of the Ramsey Lewis smash hit “The In Crowd,” is already in the Top 20 and climbing on multiple jazz charts. “I’m very happy we chose ‘South Beach’ as the first single,” says Simpson. “It’s probably the song that’s most indicative of my style. My travels take me to some pretty nice places, but my favorites are always the ones with beaches. In the last year I’ve been to Hawaii, Bali, Indonesia, and several beaches in Florida. The wind, sea and sand really inspired the melodies you’ll hear.”

THE POP SHOP The Pop Shop is a performing arts school, production company and talent agency. It has the distinct honor of being one of the only such programs in the country to have a student appear in every major talent-based reality program on TV, including American Idol, The Voice, X-Factor, America’s Got Talent, So You Think You Can Dance, The Next, Rockstar NXS, Remodeled and The Next Food Network Star. Pop Shop students have also appeared in movies and TV shows such as High School Musical 3, Step Up 4, Dolphin Tale and even Iron Man III. The Pop Shop is proud to take regular, everyday kids and show them how to use singing, dancing and acting to pursue their dreams and impact their culture. Visit thepopshopinc. com or call 407-478-3500. 32 54TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL


ENTERTAINMENT JEFF KASHIWA Seattle native Jeff Kashiwa knew he was destined to be a musician following his junior-high school introduction to woodwinds. His instincts were correct. He became known as one of the most compelling young saxophonists in contemporary jazz during his first year with The Rippingtons, performing hundreds of shows all over the world and appearing on many of the band’s classic recordings. Having established himself in the 1990s as one of the genre’s most diverse saxmen, Kashiwa left The Rippingtons after a decade-long run to launch a solo career. Subsequently, he has released nine CDs under his own name and has continued to record as a guest artist with many other perfornmers. In 2004, Kashiwa founded The Sax Pack, a trio of saxophone headliners, featuring himself, Steve Cole and Kim Waters. The group released two CDs together and charmed audiences all over the world with their Rat Pack style repartee. In 2006, Kashiwa reunited with The Rippingtons for their 20th Anniversary Tour, and continues to record and tour with the group as often as his busy schedule will allow. In addition to touring with The Sax Pack and his own group, Kashiwa has expanded his career to include music education, teaching various courses through the music program at Shoreline Community College in Seattle. His new CD, Let It Ride, features a host of great musicians from the world of contemporary jazz, including Russ Freeman, David Benoit, Chuck Loeb and Tom Schuman of Spyro Gyra. Since its release, Let It Ride has been near the top of the sales charts on amazon. com in the category of smooth jazz. 

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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.

BEN RUPP

Ben Rupp experiments with design and uses handmade books and boxes as his canvas. Born in 1985 in Washington, D.C., Rupp attended the Ringling College of Art and Design in Sarasota, graduating with a BFA in Graphic Interactive Communication in 2008. He earned an MFA in Studio Art and The Computer at the University of Central Florida in 2011. Rupp, a resident of Winter Park, also draws inspiration from his residence at Penland School of Crafts in North Carolina’s Blue Ridge Mountains. He loves typography and experimental imagery and strives to break the rules of traditional design. He continues to do freelance design work, including logos, newsletters, custom book designs and wine labels. Booth 187

MIRJAM FELDER Mirjam Felder was born in Switzerland and moved to a small village in Tuscany, where her passion for art reemerged, in 2002. The four elements—earth, water, air and fire—play a vital role in her paintings, which are mainly acrylic on canvas. Felder is inspired by nature and natural materials such as clay, wood and fiber. She paints using wood panels and palm bark as her canvas. As a child, Felder watched and learned from her father, Fredy Felder, a locally known painter. During her education to become a qualified gilder and picture-frame maker, she attended classes at the School of Arts and Crafts in Basle and Berne. In addition, she completed private courses at a pottery studio and a workshop for raku ceramics. As a professional gilder, she worked for several contemporary art galleries in and around Basle. Booth 186

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EMERGING ARTISTS STACIA HOLLMANN Stacia Hollmann, who’s from Winter Park and now lives in Deland with her husband and five children, uses photography as an expression of herself. She views life as a series of images and a compilation of compositions, and she connects them with elements that have lost their newness: a faded letter from home, a frayed piece of fabric, a rusted piece of metal, an old postmark, a scribbled journal. All of these things inspire and push her. Hollmann travels the world in search of images that transcend time and context and uses alternative processes, particularly instant film transfers, in her creations. Booth 185

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GALLERY CLAY Brian Beam Fulton, MI bbpottery@aol.com brianbeampottery.com 146

Mina Heuslein Port Orange, FL mina-pottery@bellsouth.net potterybymina.com 167

Doug Blum Wolfeboro, NH dblummo@myfairpoint.net dougblum.com 125

Michael Kahn & Mieko Kahn Greenbush, MI kahnmichael@sbcglobal.net 157

Doug Dacey Columbus, NC gcpdacey@windstream.net daceyporcelains.com 24

Robert Kastrinos Orlando, FL rkastrinos@aol.com myspace.com/rkastrinos 145

Patrick Dragon Marquette, MI patrick@dragonclaystudio.com dragonclaystudio.com 108

John Kellum Orlando, FL john@jkellum.com jkellum.com 161

Nathan Grubich & Amanda St.HilaireGrubich Ludington, MI thereddoorgallery@yahoo.com ludingtonreddoor.com 127

William Kidd Miramar, FL claydr47@aol.com williamkiddceramics.com 55

John Herbon Saint Ignace, MI johnherbonpottery@hotmail.com johnherbonpottery.com 199

James Klinger Yellow Springs, OH jeklinger@earthlink.net klingerart.com 210

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GALLERY CLAY continued Becky Lloyd & Steve Lloyd Clyde, NC becky@lloydpottery.com lloydpottery.com 184

Cheryl Mackey Smith Winter Park, FL im4kidsart@earthlink.net cmackeysmith.com 120

Tim Ludwig DeLand, FL tludwig5@cfl.rr.com 238

Jonathan White South Portland, ME jwhite01@maine.rr.com oddinq.com 106

Don McWhorter Carrollton, GA potterysong@yahoo.com 31

DIGITAL ART Michael Meyer & Laura Meyer Malabar, FL malabarman@aol.com 133

Lea Alboher Sonoma, CA lalboher@sbcglobal.net 109

Steven Olszewski Pinckney, MI spolszewski@gmail.com 46

Geoffrey Harris Lexington, SC geoffreyharris@earthlink.net geoffreyaaronharris.com 27

Jim Parmentier & Shirl Parmentier Mars Hill, NC parmentierpottery@mac.com 5

John Leben Saugatuck, MI jleben@lebenart.com lebenart.com 166

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GALLERY DIGITAL ART continued Andrew Mosedale Santa Barbara, CA trixf64@gmail.com andrewmosedale.com 209

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

Lou Zale Deerfield, IL louzale@gmail.com louzale.com 57

Jeff Eckert Tampa, FL bagenius85@aol.com 217

DRAWING & GRAPHICS

Benjamin Frey Buena Vista, VA art@benjaminfrey.com benjaminfrey.com 246

Dave Bruner Sarasota, FL davbrun9@aol.com davebruner.com 233

Robin Frisella Manchester, NH pastelsbyrobin@yahoo.com robinfrisella.com 255

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

Jennifer Gardner North Venice, FL jennifer@jennifergardner.com jennifergardner.com 151

John Costin Tampa, FL caracara@tampabay.rr.com costingraphics.com 36

Clare Malloy Chicago, IL clare.e.malloy@gmail.com claremalloy.com 42

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GALLERY DRAWING & GRAPHICS continued Kreg Yingst Pensacola, FL kregyingst@cox.net kregyingst.com 128

Jody Depew McLeane Eagle River, WI jdmpastels2@newnorth.net depewpastels.com 212

Dawn Miller Vero Beach, FL dawnemillerart@gmail.com dawnmillerart.com 159

FIBER

Lawrence Packard Pensacola, FL l_packar@bellsouth.net 116

Amos Amit Los Angeles, CA amosamit@aol.com 135

Stephen Sebastian Thomasville, NC etch77@northstate.net 49

Kate Beck New Orleans, LA kate@katebeck.biz katebeck.biz 123

Grant Silverstein Mansfield, PA gms4@npacc.net grantsilverstein.com 21

Sandy D’Andrade Red Hook, NY sandy@sandydandrade.com sandydandrade.com 207

Philip Thompson Bangor, MI stadiumetchings@btc-bci.com 197

Leah Dziewit Maple City, MI leahdziewit@earthlink.net 140

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GALLERY FIBER continued Lorin Fields Durham, NC turquoisehues@gmail.com lorinjfields.com 45

Lorraine Wieskamp & Gene Wieskamp Ocala, FL wieskamp@cox.net wieskampnantuckets.com 112

Ira Lances & Sue Lances Boca Raton, FL handmadechenille@aol.com handmadechenille.com 225

Flora Zarate Naples, FL zarateflora@gmail.com 63

Xiao Xia Zhang Minich & Patrick Minich Cleveland, OH xiaoxia2@aol.com thesilkneedle.com 194

GLASS

Kathryn Page Mt. Dora, FL pagehats@gmail.com kathrynpage.com 189

Scott Amrhein Sherwood, WI scott@highcliffstudio.com highcliffstudio.com 240

Anna Shapiro Charlottesville, VA annaesthetic@gmail.com annaesthetic.com 251

Leon Applebaum & Eli Applebaum Prattsburg, NY sahaj@empacc.net applebaumglass.com 119

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

Molly Barnes Portland, OR magpiemb@live.com magpieglassworks.com 111

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GALLERY GLASS continued Brian Becher Columbus, OH brianbecher@mac.com brianbecher.com 12

Duncan McClellan St. Petersburg, FL dmglass@mindspring.com dmglass.com 215

Renee Engebretson & James Engebretson Hudson, WI glass@jimandrenee.com jimandrenee.com 10

Michael Mikula Cleveland, OH mikulaglass@sbcglobal.net mikulaglass.com 258

Scott Gamble Cumming, GA methodglassworks@yahoo.com 164

Stephen Nelson Shillington, PA clhn@msn.com stephenrichnelson.com 142

Earl James Cleveland, OH earlojames@yahoo.com 198

Phillip Nolley Staunton, VA pnolley1@yahoo.com 181

Michael Lightcap Weaverville, NC mlightcap1@mac.com 23

Xochitl Ross Melbourne Beach, FL xochitlross@earthlink.net xochitlross.com 235

Chris McCarthy St. Louis, MO parkavenueglass@gmail.com parkavenueglass.com 58

Robinson Scott Anoka, MN rsgs@ties2.net 47

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GALLERY GLASS continued

JEWELRY

Andrew Shea Minneapolis, MN sheaglass@aol.com sheaglass.com 134

Chip Arnold Webster, NY chiparnoldjewelry@gmail.com 40

Marianne Shepardson Black Mountain, NC shepardsonstudios@gmail.com shepardsonstudios.com 228

Deborah Barnes Mount Dora, FL dadedudabarnes@aol.com 61

Douglas Sigwarth & Renee Sigwarth River Falls, WI dsigwarth@msn.com sigwarthglass.com 65

Peter Brenner West Dundee, IL pbrenner0187@wowway.com jlrymkr.com 129

Mark Sudduth Cleveland Heights, OH m.sudduth@sbcglobal.net sudduthglass.com 154

Ann Marie Cianciolo Milwaukee, WI ann@annsjewelry.com annsjewelry.com 244

James Wilbat Deerfield, IL jrwilbat@aol.com wilbatglass.com 149

Megan Clark Raleigh, NC mcmetal24@gmail.com meganclarkjewelry.com 227

Paul Willsea Naples, NY wobglass@gmail.com willseaobrien.com 172

Mike Collins & Nichole Collins Yates Center, KS nicholecollinsjewelry@hotmail.com nicholecollinsjewelry.com 247

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GALLERY JEWELRY continued Michael Dandrea St. Petersburg, FL dandreamichael@aol.com 100

Klassen Glanzer & Duke Klassen Minneapolis, MN dklassen@comcast.net 4

Marie DesJardins Lafayette, LA marjardins@yahoo.com danieldesjardins.etsy.com 156

Leigh Griffin Atlanta, GA leigh@leighgriffinjewelry.com leighgriffinjewelry.com 230

Suzanna Dimarco & Mark Ferguson Naples, FL clovergroup@mail.com suzannadimarco.com 175

David Haun & S. Travis Lindenbaum Austin, TX steven-david@juno.com steven-david.com 69

Melissa Finelli Boston, MA mellefinellijewelry@gmail.com mellefinellijewelry.com 192

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

Jack Forney & Marian Vorgang-Forney Bloomington, IN forneygold@att.net forneygold.com 162

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

Pam Fox Sarasota, FL 1pamfox@gmail.com pamfoxjewelry.com 53

Iris Ledesma Altamonte Springs, FL estudioiris11@gmail.com estudio-iris.com 218

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GALLERY JEWELRY continued Youngjoo Yoo Coralville, IA youngjooy@gmail.com youngjooyoo.com 205

Peggy Miller Melbourne Beach, FL pegsjewels78@aol.com 237

Christian Nevin Parkland, FL grelick1@sprynet.com cndesigns.com 66

LEATHER

Michel Plumail & Viviana Gil Lake Hopatcong, NJ michelvivi@hotmail.com michelplumail.com 121

Steve Edgar Tallahassee, FL edgarleather@embarqmail.com edgarleather.com 144

Marjorie Rawson Chelsea, MI itsjustmarji@yahoo.com 241

Mychal Mitchell Austin, TX ionabooks@gmail.com ionahandcraftedbooks.com 176

Lauran Sundin Concord, NH sundinart@yahoo.com lauransundin.com 139

Greg Roche Watsonville, CA rocheleather@earthlink.net rocheleather.com 11

Claudia Vallejo & Margoth Malagon Bogota, Colombia claudia@claudiavallejo.com biojoyjewelers.com 171

Horace Thomas & Shawn Thomas Belton, TX thomasleathers@gmail.com thomasleatherstudio.com 173

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GALLERY MIXED MEDIA

METAL Robert Farrell Venice, FL joesilversmith@verizon.net farrellsilver.com 104

Su Griggs Allen Sarasota, FL finney6@verizon.net sugriggsallen.com 257

James Mosier Ballston Lake, NY jmosier1958@gmail.com metalweavings.com 147

Kathrine Allen-Coleman Jackson, GA kallencole@aol.com dresspaintings.blogspot.com 163

Luke Proctor Mt. Horeb, WI lproctoriron@yahoo.com lproctorironworks.com 26

Deborah Banyas & T.P. Speer Oberlin, OH riverdog@centurytel.net banyasandspeer.com 216

Kurt Ruby Port Charlotte, FL kruby1@yahoo.com kurtruby.com 229

Sarah Bean Lexington, VA sabeanart@gmail.com artandpoems.com 126

Alex Santamarina San Francisco, CA clubmersa@hotmail.com 214

Jackie Berkley Mount Dora, FL jackieberkley@hotmail.com jackieberkleyart.com 54

Ron Schmidt Tequesta, FL ronoriginals@msn.com ronoriginals.com 59

Chris Bruno Lexington, VA clyons@clbphotos.com 32

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GALLERY MIXED MEDIA continued Maria Ciucur & Valentin Ciucur Dale City, VA mariaciucur@yahoo.com 226

Milenko Katic Afton, VA milenko@milenkoartstudio.com 2artstudios.com 122

Amy Flynn Raleigh, NC amy@ifobot.com ifobot.com 150

Jeff League Winter Park, FL jeffleague@gmail.com jeffleague.com 132

Julie Havel Golden, CO art@juliehavel.com juliehavel.com 200

David McKirdy Tampa, FL dmckirdy@earthlink.net 242

Jenny Henley Acworth, GA jenny@henleystudios.com henleystudios.com 188

Lou Michaels Cape Coral, FL lou.michaels@gmail.com lvs3d.com 195

Steven Howell Gainesville, FL howellpottery@cox.net howellpottery.com 18

Scott Olson Chicago, IL kompressiongraphics@hotmail.com scottolsonfineart.com 41

Nicario Jimenez Naples, FL nicarioj@gmail.com retablosnicario.com 64

Rasa Pranckunaite & Algis Keburys Astoria, NY rasavaiva@gmail.com rasamixedmedia.com 28

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GALLERY MIXED MEDIA continued Cathy Rose New Orleans, LA porcelainheart@cox.net cathyrose.com 250

Greg Barnes Charlotte, NC gbarnesnc@earthlink.net barnesstudios.com 68

Joyce Stratton New Bern, NC jms_art@hotmail.com joycestratton.com 169

Stacy Barter Winter Park, FL stacybarter@earthlink.net stacybarter.com 253

Lynn Whipple Winter Park, FL jxlwhipple@aol.com lynnwhipple.com 7

Kathleen Brodeur Winter Park, FL kbrodeur2004@yahoo.com kathleenbrodeurfineart.com 182

Kimberly Willcox & Kevin Nordhausen Gainesville, FL kimberlywillcoxart@gmail.com kimberlywillcox.com 239

Mark Brown Carlisle, PA mark@markhbrownartist.com markhbrownartist.com 16

James Carter Southbury, CT carterairbrush@aol.com jamescarterstudio.blogspot.com 174

PAINTING Stephen Bach Orlando, FL stephenbach1@aol.com stephenbach.com 213

Gustavo Castillo Jupiter, FL castillog@bellsouth.net castillolagosstudio.com 248

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GALLERY PAINTING continued Matthew Cornell Orlando, FL matthewcornell@aol.com matthewcornell.com 1

Z.L. Feng Radford, VA zfeng@radford.edu zlfeng.com 203

Scott Coulter Sarasota, FL rs.coulter@gmail.com scottcoulter.net 52

Robert Flowers Summerfield, NC rflowers@triad.rr.com robertflowersart.com 260

Dave DeLaCruz Tampa, FL daveinsta@hotmail.com davedelacruz.com 39

Julie Fornaci Hawthorne, NJ juliefornaci@hotmail.com juliefornaci.artspan.com 113

Roger Disney Tulsa, OK rogerdisney@gmail.com rogerdisney.com 143

Lu Fuller Maysville, KY luwall@altiusbb.com kentuckyfarmstudio.com 110

Melissa Dominiak Hannibal, MO meldominiak@yahoo.com melissadominiak.com 131

Charles Gatewood Phenix City, AL cbgatewood@gmail.com 208

Randy Eckard Blue Hill, ME artvan081@myfairpoint.net randyeckardpaintings.com 196

Shannon Godby Batavia, OH shannongodby@yahoo.com shannongodby.com 102

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GALLERY PAINTING continued Mel Grunau Berea, OH mjgrunau@yahoo.com mjgrunau.com 179

Rick Loudermilk Austin, TX tolisalou@gmail.com rickloudermilk.com 224

Jim Holehouse Winter Garden, FL tropicartdesign@yahoo.com tropicartdesign.com 221

Bruce Nawrocke Grand Island, FL acrylicsbyben@yahoo.com acrylicsbyben.com 43

Tim Hooper Nashville, TN hooper@mrhooperart.com mrhooperart.com 153

Vladimir Ovtcharov Albuquerque, NM vladimir63@msn.com ovtcharovart.com 105

Farhana Hussain Buchanan, VA farhanaartist@gmail.com 191

Bruce Peeso Monson, MA bpeeso@comcast.net backroadsgallery2.com 20

Aletha Jones Madison, WI zapp@alethajones.com alethajones.com 34

Loretta Petraitis St. Petersburg, FL twolionsst@hotmail.com lorettapetraitis.com 137

Ning Lee Livingston, NJ ninglee@ningleeart.com ningleeart.com 236

Suzy Scarborough Columbia, SC suzyscarborough@mac.com suzyscarborough.com 60

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GALLERY PAINTING continued Stephen Sebastian Thomasville, NC etch77@northstate.net 48

Taman VanScoy Long Beach, CA taman@tamanvanscoy.com tamanvanscoy.com 30

Vincent Serbin Lake Katrine, NY mindvincent@yahoo.com 9

Dominique Williams Panama City, FL domiart@knology.net domiart.com 158

Gregory Strachov Floral City, FL strachovstudio@vivaccess.com lawfulart.com 165

Robert Wilson Pasadena, CA rswilsonart@yahoo.com rswilsonart.com 245

Charles Tersolo Boston, MA charles@charlestersolo.com charlestersolo.com 117

Russell Yerkes Tarboro, NC yerkesworks@aol.com yerkesworks.com 160

Richard Toft Accomac, VA ctoft46@yahoo.com toftstudio.com 136

Jie Zhou San Francisco, CA jiezhouj@gmail.com 219

Bill Turner Newnan, GA bturner@charter.net billturner.net 25

Yu Zhou Yardley, PA jeffyuzhou@hotmail.com zhouyufinearts.com 148

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GALLERY PHOTOGRAPHY Michael Bryant Atlanta, GA mb@michael-bryant.com michael-bryant.com 6

Greg Davis Austin, TX greg@gregdavisphotography.com gregdavisphotography.com 141

Leah Cavanah Auburndale, FL lcavanah@aol.com lcavanah.com 177

John Deng Roslyn, NY jiandeng11577@yahoo.com johndengphotography.com 243

Micheal Paul Cole Hannibal, MO cole@michealpaulcole.com michealpaulcole.com 124

John Furbee Cape Coral, FL yesgoforit@Hotmail.com 130

Jim Copeland Chamblee, GA jim@jimcopelandphotography.com jimcopelandphotography.com 206

John Hartung Clearwater, FL john@artthatsmiles.com artthatsmiles.com 249

Robert Copeland Chattanooga, TN copelandphotography@comcast.net 223

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

Carlos Cuba Miami, FL pbycarlos@aol.com carloscubafineart.com 231

Lorri Honeycutt Austin, TX lorri@bigworldphoto.com bigworldphoto.com 62

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GALLERY PHOTOGRAPHY continued Larry Humphrey Brooksville, FL lhumph@atlantic.net larryhumphrey.com 155

Marius Moore Gulfport, FL mariusmoor@aol.com mariusmoore.com 56

Brad Kelly Winder, GA bradkellymail@yahoo.com 201

James Parker Rochester Hills, MI jamesp@parkerparker.net parkerparker.net 170

Barbara Kline Ketchum, ID bklinephoto@aol.com barbarajkline.com 190

Jason Pavalonis Julian, CA warmdesertwindphotography@gmail.com warmdesertwind.com 101

Curtis Krueger Wilmington, NC curtis@artistic-photos.com curtiskrueger.com 29

Bruce Reinfeld Philadelphia, PA highfidelity001@aol.com highfidelitydisco.com 193

Mark MacKinnon Millbrook, NY mark@markmackinnon.com thephotographersplace.com 44

Kenyatta Saltofdearth Heverlee, Belgium kenyattadeartist@yahoo.co.uk 256

Chris Maher Lambertville, MI chris@chrismaher.com dreamsofthegoddess.com 35

John Scanlan Glenwood, IA john@scanlan.com scanlan.com 38

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GALLERY PHOTOGRAPHY continued

SCULPTURE

Paul Stevens Achilles, VA cbphoto4u@yahoo.com 220

Paul Braun St. Agustine, FL paulbraunstudios@earthlink.net paulbraunstudios.com 118

Allan Teger Vero Beach, FL alteger@aol.com bodyscapes.com 17

David Bryce North Egremont, MA flycreek@bcn.net flycreekstudio.com 180

Heidi Thamert Titusville, FL jthamert@aol.com 114

Nancy Cervenka Gulfport, FL nancycervenka@me.com 138

Glen Wans & Gayle Wans Leawood, KS contact@wansstudio.com wansstudioart.com 211

David Figueroa Sanford, FL daviddavidsculpture@mail.com daviddavidsculpture.com 51

Patrick Whalen Maryville, TN pwhalen68@gmail.com patrickwhalen.com 107

Charles Hazelaar Cape Canaveral, FL cahazelaar@aol.com charleshazelaarstudio.com 259

Kevin Lohse Dawson, MN kunst2@farmerstel.net kevinlohse.googlepages.com 202

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GALLERY SCULPTURE continued

WOOD

Trent Manning Winter Haven, FL tm2art@yahoo.com trentmanning.net 252

James Barnes Woolwine, VA 2edbarnes4@gmail.com 3

Gabriel Puyana Orlando, FL puyanas@embarqmail.com 234

Donald Boudreau Hollywood, FL donaldboudreau38@gmail.com boxesbyboudreau.com 168

Charles Strain Harrisburg, MO charles@charlesstrain.com charlesstrain.com 22

Don Carter Longwood, FL theresapcarter@gmail.com downeastwoodenboatworks.com 232

Thomas Wargin Menomonee Falls, WI tomwargin@sbcglobal.net wargin.com 67

Ron Dekok Belleville, WI rondekok3732@aol.com rondekok.com 50

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

Thomas Dumke Oconomowoc, WI tom@thomaswilliamfurniture.com thomaswilliamfurniture.com 115

Terry Evans Overland Park, KS spiritwood@everestkc.net terryevanswoodart.com 15

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GALLERY WOOD continued Matthew Hatala Danielsville, GA ginsue52@starband.net 178

Shaari Horowitz & Alistair Jones Sharon, CT shaari@msn.com shaarihorowitz.com 152

John Mascoll Safety Harbor, FL jjmascoll@verizon.net johnmascoll.com 204

Lance Munn & Vicki Munn Bloomfield, IN lance@viclan.com viclan.com 254

Steve Uren Marquette, MI steveuren@gmail.com steveuren.com 37

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PATRONS PROGRAM THE 54th WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL PATRONS SILVER Buck and Mary Adkins Allen and Peggy Amos Jim Blumenfeld and Chris Cooney Commerce National Bank Larry and Lisa Deering David and Cynthia DerHagopian

Randy and Kathy Elliot Dr. Jay and Randye Falk Mark and Tiffany Feinberg Will and Molly Fulghom/Freshpoint Dr. Scott and Marci Greenberg

Robert and Madeline Gordon/Freshpoint Phil Kean and Brad Grosberg Preston and Christine Richmond Sharon Snow David and Wendy Southon Gradie and Tara Winstead

BRONZE Michael and Patrice Abufaris Louise Alimahomed Stephen and Patricia Appel Sarah Arnold Durham & Jan Barnes Jim and Gail Baxter Kathy Benham Kimberly A. Besuden Morris and Carolyn Bird Stephen and Pamela Brandon Terry Bryant Nancy Calhoun Charles Clayton Construction Inc. Delos and Beth Clift Steve Colletes and Matina Saltzman Stephen and Claudia Cook Mark and Laura Cosgrove John and Kay Custis Joseph and Charlene Demers Nancy Deutsch and Danny Thompson Duncan DeWahl Jeff and Judy Doster H.L. and Paula Eidel Steve and Joan Elker Jan Farnsworth Bill and Ucola Forness

Matthew and Sarah Gabriel Lamont and Lynda Garber Jean Gillen Dr. Robert & Anne Goldstein Stephen and Diane Goll Bud and Kathryn Grammer Bill and Linda Guthrie Shari Hodgson Bob and Darby Hold Lynn Hough Fay Hu and Johnny Peng Wayne and Patricia Jones Marc and Henrietta Katzen Ruth Kazeck Doug and Elaine Kerr John and Linda King Richard and Wendy Kozak Eric Kuritzky Mark Lang Salvador and Susan Lanza Robert and Jan Leaman Tony and Helen Leonard Harvey and Mara Levitt Monte Livermore Ron and Marilyn Lowry Scott and Diane Meltz John and Pat Mica

Donald A. Mitchell Jim and Carole Moreland Alice Moulton Gerald and Lourdes O’Connor Andy Piecuch and Kristy Dunlap Frank and Joan Pohl Morna Robbins Kimberly Roberts Dolly F. Rote David and Pamela Schulte James E. Shepp Jean P. Sprimont Bill and Leslie Stern Pamela Stewart Susie Taliaferro Amy Thrasher Rob Turner Sally Watts Rich and Ginger Weddle Dennis and Kellie Welsh Marta Westall Chip Weston Carol Wisler Dr. Wayne and Ellen Wolfson Sally Zarnowiec Steven and Julie Zimmerman Edward and Phyllis Zissman

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Our Patrons Program was created to provide support for The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival artists through dedicated funds pledged to buy artwork during our annual show. By participating, Patrons make monetary pledges for given levels of spending. Most of the contribution stays with you to purchase art and the remainder supports The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival. This financial commitment to the purchase of art generates enthusiasm among the artists and attracts the most outstanding artists to the festival. We invite you to become part of the Patrons Program. Contact us at WPSAFpatrons@yahoo.com or call our voicemail system at 407-644-7207 for more details and an application. There are a variety of participation levels that include all or most of these benefits:

SIGNED FESTIVAL POSTER • CONCERT SEATING • SOCIAL EVENTS THROUGHOUT THE YEAR FESTIVAL PARKING PASSES • PROGRAM AND WEBSITE RECOGNITION

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Peggy Amos Beachamp Design Best Western Mt. Vernon Inn Jim Blumenfeld and Chris Cooney Bocelli, Inc. Garden Center Casa Feliz Clear Channel Outdoor Commerce National Bank & Trust Earth Inspired Living Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation Fleming’s David & Jennifer Foley- Pocket Program Francesca’s

The Galloway Foundation Geico Herschel Lasik Michael and Kristi Hlavek Eric Kuritzky Leader’s Casual Furniture Master Custom Builder Council The Mayflower The Morse Museum The New York Times Orlando Life Magazine Carrie Cogsdale Romano Rotary Club of Winter Park Sheridan Orlando North

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Shipyard Sonny Abelardo Productions St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church Sweets by Holly The Tiffany Deli Tolla’s Italian Restaurant Wayne Densch, Inc. The Winter Park Boat Tour Winter Park High School Volunteers Winter Park Memorial Hospital Winter Park Pedestrian & Bicycle Advisory Board WFTV Channel 9 and WRDQ Channel 27 WUCF 89.9

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