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2014 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

40 Gallery of Exhibiting Artists 40 Clay 41 Digital Art 42 Drawing & Pastels 43 Fiber

12 2014 Exhibitors

44 Glass

16 Judges

45 Graphics & Printmaking

18 Poster Artist 20 Leon Theodore Schools Exhibit 21 Morse Museum 22 Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation 23 Children’s Workshop Village 24 Mayor’s Letter 25 Kraft Azalea Garden

46 Jewelry 48 Leather 49 Metal 49 Mixed Media 52 Painting 54 Photography

26 Foundation

56 Sculpture

27 Best of Show Collection

58 Watercolor

28 2013 Winners 31 Entertainment 38 Emerging Artists

59 Wood 60 Patrons Program 63 Thank You

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Welcome

PRESIDENT’S LETTER

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f the shops and businesses of Winter Park are its heartbeat, I think of The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival as its soul. Set in a city that prides itself on its dedication to art and culture, the festival was conceived back in 1960 to bring art and the community together for the benefit of both. The setting is springtime, the streets lined with quaint shops, outdoor cafes, magnificent trees and flowering plants. It all comes alive for three days with the work of 225 of the nation’s top artists and approximately 350,000 enthusiastic art lovers. Few events in Central Florida generate as much anticipation or excitement. I have a passion for history, art and Winter Park, so you can imagine what an honor it is to oversee The 55th Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival. Our all-volunteer board works year round to provide a memorable experience for both the artists and the attendees. Along with the juried fine artists who are competing for $72,500 in awards, we present a free Friday night concert and performing arts at the Main Stage in North Central Park. We also offer easel painting and museum activities for kids at the Children’s Workshop Village, displays featuring outstanding young artists from area schools at the Leon Theodore Schools Exhibit and showcases for three emerging artists who are experi-

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encing their first outdoor art show. Plus, you’ll discover delicious food along Morse Boulevard and throughout Central Park. A tradition for many of our festival regulars is buying the annual poster and T-shirt. This year’s beautiful poster art, an oil painting by Bill Farnsworth, is a scenic view of Lake Maitland from the shoreline of Kraft Azalea Garden. It salutes the natural beauty that is the foundation of Winter Park, with its abundant trees, lakes and wildlife. Be sure to visit our merchandise tent while you’re here, or our website when you get home. The support and help provided by the City of Winter Park is key to the festival’s longevity. A special thank you goes to the Parks and Recreation Department, the Police Department, the Fire-Rescue Department and all of the wonderful city employees. Thanks also to our many community volunteers, members of our Patrons Program, our sponsors, the artists and the faithful attendees. I hope you have a wonderful visit to the festival, and that your time here will mark the start of your own yearly tradition every March.

Alice Moulton

2014 President The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival


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BOARD MEMBERS EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Alice Moulton, President John King, President-Elect Stephanie Steele Martin, Corresponding Secretary Nancy J. Calhoun, Recording Secretary Carol Wisler, Treasurer Jean Sprimont, Immediate Past President

Louise Alimahomed Sarah E. Arnold Carolyn Bird Karen Branen Duncan DeWahl Janice Elsheimer Holly Henson Michael Hlavek Dan Iosue Linda King

Monte Livermore, Jr. Camille Marchese Talley Mendinhall Carole Moreland Morna Robbins Laura Storer Amy Thrasher Greg Witherspoon Doni Young Julie Behr Zimmerman

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Joyce Evans Jan Farnsworth Margaret Fountain Conny Glicken Bob Green Judy Green Linda Guthrie Debbie Hauert Mercer Herman Shari Hodgson David Kellogg Doug Kerr

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Bob Klettner Sandy Lenzen Sally Leslie Brian Millard Jeanne Odom Rollin Patrick Lois Payne Roger E. Peters Beth Raffo Kay Rich Tom Sacha Steve Schoene

Nancy Stephenson Cynthia Sucher Lydia Taylor Churchill Thompson Danny Thompson Katie Warner Marta Westall Chip Weston Suzanne Woodward Sally Zarnowiec

In memory of longtime members and volunteers Lynn Hough, Brian Phaneuf and Rick Lang. Your services were greatly appreciated and your presence is dearly missed.   4 55TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

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FESTIVAL AT A GLANCE THE 55TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL Where: Central Park Along Park Avenue in Winter Park When: March 21, 22 and 23, 2014 Hours: 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Friday and Saturday; 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Sunday

ABOUT THE FESTIVAL

Named America’s Best Juried Fine Art Fair by Art Fair Calendar (2013), The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival is one of the nation’s oldest, largest and most prestigious outdoor art festivals. It’s also ranked as the No. 1 Best Fine Art and Design Show in the southeast by Sunshine Artist Magazine (2013). The festival debuted in March 1960 as a community project to bring local artists and art lovers together. Produced by an all-volunteer board, it draws more than 350,000 visitors each year. This year, more than 1,100 artists from around the world applied for entry. An independent panel of three judges selected the 225 artists, as well as three Emerging Artists, to exhibit their works. The festival is also recognized as Central Florida’s Best Festival by Orlando Magazine (2013), a Can’t-Miss Arts Event by Orlando Life (2013) and Best Winter Park Festival/Event by the Winter Park Chamber of Commerce and the Winter Park/Maitland Observer.

CATEGORIES

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

AWARDS

Artists complete 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. A $5,000 Art of Philanthropy Purchase Award is sponsored by the Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation (see page 22). 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 in north Central Park. To see a list of performers and the show schedule, see page 31.

MERCHANDISE

Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival posters, t-shirts and other memorabilia are available at the merchandise tent located in the middle of Morse Boulevard and Park Avenue. This year’s poster, Southern Breeze, is a painting by Bill Farnsworth that depicts a scene from Winter Park’s Kraft Azalea Garden. It embodies old Florida charm with its giant cypress trees and the flora and fauna of Lake Maitland. New this year, a vintage merchandise tent will be adjacent to the merchandise sales tent on Morse Boulevard. There you may purchase posters, Tshirts and note cards from past festivals. After the festival is over, you can still purchase posters from the current year and past years by visiting wpsaf.org.

FAMILY FUN

Girls and boys can create their own artwork at the Children’s Workshop Village (see map, page 10). 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 creations. The Children’s Workshop Village hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Easel painting is from 10 a.m. to 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 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. Located on Morse Boulevard across the street from the Amtrak Station parking lot, 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.

NO ANIMALS are allowed in Central Park or on Park Avenue between New England and Canton avenues during festival hours per Winter Park City Ordinance. 6 55TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL


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ART FESTIVAL MAP

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2014 EXHIBITORS 131 Lynne Libby 54 Clare Malloy 259 Ellen Marshall 212 Greg Barnes 118 Dawn Miller 62 A.B. Word & Barrie Lynn Bryant 187 Trisha Bruno 186 Tim Deppen 185 Jennifer Sauer

134 David Bigelow 36 John Costin 217 Jeff Eckert 227 David Hunter 114 Gillian Kemper 159 Leslie Peebles 255 Stephen Sebastian 24 Grant Silverstein 12 Marina Terauds 174 Philip Thompson 6 Kreg Yingst

FIBER

JEWELRY

EMERGING ARTISTS CLAY

113 Brian Beam 104 Barry Bernstein 18 Paveen “Beer” Chunhaswasdikul 63 Peggy Crago 210 Mikyung Cunningham 203 Richard Gruchalla & Carrin Rosetti 199 John Herbon 170 Mina Heuslein 124 Bruce Johnson 194 Michael Kahn & Mieko Kahn 55 William Kidd 109 Brenda McMahon 189 Craig McMillin & Ana McMillin 14 Marti Mocahbee 46 Steven Olszewski 5 Jim Parmentier & Shirl Parmentier 120 Cheryl Mackey Smith 226 Andy Smith 39 Jill Tortorella 230 Glenn Woods & Keith Herbrand

DIGITAL ART

206 Jason Brueck 162 Tanya Doskova 195 Lisa Lammey 214 Andrew Mosedale 3 Daryl Thetford 23 Lou Zale

DRAWINGS AND PASTELS 45 Edson Campos 106 C. L. Cunningham 103 Benjamin Frey 223 Robin Frisella 151 Jennifer Gardner 19 Jaeryon Ha 22 Robin Lauersdorf

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GRAPHICS AND PRINTMAKING

251 Kate Beck 122 Miriam Carter 175 Candiss Cole-Footitt & Rodger Footitt 221 Ignatius Creegan & Rod Givens 140 Leah Dziewit 42 Stephen Kostyshyn 231 Barbara Rubright 110 Anna Shapiro

GLASS

9 Scott Amrhein 258 Molly Barnes 247 John Blackwell & Erin Blackwell 252 Sandra Brewster 68 Renee Engebretson & James Engebretson 121 Jeremy Griffith 198 Earl James 216 Randy Kuntz 219 Toby McGee 225 Michael OToole 47 Steve Palmer 16 David Sandidge 4 Andrew Shea 65 Douglas Sigwarth & Renee Sigwarth 129 Warner Whitfield

26 Obayana Ajanaku 141 Sean Brown 244 Ann Marie Cianciolo 11 Barbara Cieslicki & Virginia Cieslicki 20 Megan Clark 233 Gloria Danvers 101 Sana Doumet & Munir Doumet 182 Patricio Ferreira & Neena Ferreira 53 Pam Fox & Nelson Fox 213 Samantha Freeman 256 Hilary Hachey 117 Christiane Hampel 166 Julie Jerman-Melka & Jeffrey Melka 138 Christina Kauke 57 Birgit Kupke-Peyla 128 Bernadette Mahfood 222 Jorn Mork 152 Rex Nockengust & Gene Allen 59 Willard Olney 205 Donald Pekarek 108 Michael Romanik 176 John Ruff & Carolyn Ruff 248 Maureen Shankey 157 Lauran Sundin 180 Marc Zoschke & Wendy Zoschke 193 Brian Swiersz

LEATHER

177 Marvin Bower 218 Steve Edgar 28 Greg Roche 184 Rudy Tell 173 Horace Thomas & Shawn Thomas


2014 EXHIBITORS METAL

243 Paul Marcellini 107 Emerson Matabele 49 Amanda Murphy 179 James Parker 56 Daniel Powers 100 Mikel Robinson 71 John Scanlan 220 Paul Stevens 237 Heidi Thamert 238 Jeff Thamert 29 Greg Turco

102 Robert Farrell 15 Pat Juneau 32 Luke Proctor 48 Chris Seeman 200 Sompit Xia & Shao Lin Xia

MIXED MEDIA

241 Meyer Abrams 190 Todd Alexander 163 Kathrine Allen-Coleman 149 Paul Andrews 181 Deborah Banyas & T.P. Speer 232 Chris Bruno 137 David Burton 260 Teri Causey 245 Carolina Cleere 136 Amy Flynn 257 Su Griggs Allen 215 Debo Groover 34 Beverly Hayden 132 Aaron Hequembourg 249 Olive Kraus 183 Alice Legler & Bob Legler 228 Michael Madzo 105 Holly Manneck 165 Teresa Merriman 37 Phil Parker 126 Rob Peaden 130 Pamela Redick 253 Garry Seidel 169 Joyce Stratton 204 Allan Teger 7 Lynn Whipple 239 Kimberly Willcox & Kevin Nordhausen

13 Farhana Hussain & Rod Hemming 191 Harry Jarman 207 Michael Kuseske 236 Ning Lee 250 Keun Park & Edward Park 21 Bruce Peeso 188 Loretta Petraitis 40 Jeff Ripple 167 Robert Ross 60 Suzy Scarborough 156 Maryann Schmidt 254 Stephen Sebastian 30 Carroll Swayze 116 Charles Tersolo 43 Hua Tung 147 Taylor White & James White 123 Yu Zhou

262 David Bryce 164 Nancy Cervenka 240 Josh Coté 50 Steven Gregory 33 Charles Hazelaar 38 Jennifer Ivory 160 Trent Manning 2 Katherine Mathisen 154 Michael Moffett 229 John Petrey 235 Gabriel Puyana 70 Joan Rasmussen 139 Eric Shupe 66 Thomas Wargin 8 John Whipple

WATERCOLOR

196 Randy Eckard 67 Robert Flowers 41 Charles Greenholdt 209 Lori Jenkins 17 Aletha Jones 125 M. Kemper 111 Jinsheng Song 35 Taman VanScoy 27 Michael Weber 234 Vonnie Whitworth 51 Russell Yerkes

PAINTING

211 Dawn Adams 150 Stephen Bach 58 Bert Beirne 161 Cindy Capehart 178 James Carter 1 Matthew Cornell 52 Scott Coulter 69 Dobson Cundiff 261 Richard Currier 202 Dave DeLaCruz 64 Patricia DeLeon-Alfonso 127 Ilkin Deniz 25 Charles Gatewood 158 Kathleen Green 153 Tim Hooper

SCULPTURE

PHOTOGRAPHY

172 Richard Auger 135 Doug Cavanah 208 Micheal Paul Cole 197 Greg Davis 44 Cali Hobgood 119 Lorri Honeycutt 142 Jesper Johansen & Erik Johansen 224 Nels Johnson 201 Brad Kelly 61 Curtis Krueger 31 William Lemke

WOOD

246 James Barnes 115 Thomas Dumke 168 Matthew Hatala 133 Shaari Horowitz & Alistair Jones 171 Lance Munn & Vicki Munn 242 Stephen Noggle 192 Jerry Remillard & Susan Remillard 10 Archie Smith

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JUDGES Each year The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival selects three judges from around the country who have artistic credentials in varying fields. In October 2013, these judges selected 225 artists, as well as three Emerging 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.

JERRY ALLEN GILMORE

Jerry Allen Gilmore earned a BFA in fiber and painting from Western Washington University and an MFA in painting and drawing from Washington State University. Over the past 30 years, Gilmore has enjoyed a unique and impressive career as both an artist and arts administrator, including a combined 14 years in director and curator roles at MARS Art-Space, the Fort Collins Museum of Contemporary Art and the University of ColoradoBoulder. He has also served as visual arts director at the Arvada Center for the Arts. Gilmore has exhibited in New York, San Francisco, New Zealand, Peru and Mexico. His work appears in collections at the Nordstrom Corporation, the Tucson Museum of Art, the Arizona State University Art Museum, the Denver Art Museum and in numerous private collections throughout the U.S. Gilmore’s intimate miniatures and sweeping large-scale drawings are deceptively personal, as he adopts a cast of animated characters and symbols to relate his own story. Says the artist: “Where you go depends upon where you have been, and where you can go depends upon what you can imagine.” 16 55TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

NOVIE TRUMP

Novie Trump is a Washington, D.C.based sculptor and installation artist working primarily in ceramic and mixed media. Formally trained in classical archaeology at the University of North Carolina, her work has been selected for juried and invitational exhibitions in the U.S. and Europe and has been featured in numerous publications. Winner of the Fairfax Strauss Fellowship, Trump has been awarded many grants and commissions for public art, most notably at the National Institutes of Health in Washington, D.C. Formerly the executive director of Lee Arts Center in Arlington, Va., Trump currently curates exhibitions and juries for arts organizations throughout the country. She has served on the boards of several arts organizations and currently serves as chair of the Distinguished Artist Series of the James Renwick Alliance, a non-profit support organization for the Smithsonian Renwick Museum. Trump is founder and director of Flux Studios, a contemporary art space in Mt. Rainier, Md. Visit her website at novietrump.com.

EVAN WILSON

Evan Wilson is an artist specializing in the realist tradition of oil painting. He studied at North Carolina School of the Arts, the Maryland Institute College of Art and the Schuler School of Fine Art. In 1978 he received a grant from the Greenshields Foundation of Montreal to study Old Master drawing and painting in Florence, Italy. He also concentrated on developing his plein air technique, painting the vivid colors around the hill towns of Tuscany. Wilson is the recipient of numerous awards, including the 2006 William Bouguereau Award for Emotion, Theme and the Figure, Art Renewal International Salon; and the Alabama Arts Award, University of Alabama. His paintings are in public and private collections, including the Huntsville Museum of Art in Alabama; the Greenville Museum in South Carolina, the Public Catalogue Foundation in the United Kingdom and the George Lucas Collection in California. In 2007, he co-curated Legacy, A Tradition Lives On, a traveling exhibition featuring the work of 12 artists and their mentor, Joseph Sheppard. He is represented by Quidley and Company in Boston and Nantucket.


POSTER ARTIST

BILL FARNSWORTH A 1980 graduate of the Ringling School of Art and Design in Sarasota, Bill Farnsworth has spent more than 30 years as an Illustrator and fine artist. Born in Norwalk, Conn., he spent most of his life in New Milford, Conn., painting rural landscapes while earning a living as an illustrator. A Signature member of the Oil Painters of America, the American Society of Marine Artists and the National Oil and Acrylic Painters’ Society, Farnsworth’s works have appeared in many national shows and are held in private collections throughout the U.S. He has garnered awards of excellence at the Oil Painters of America’s national and regional shows and took first-place honors at the Fifth Biennial National Show in Punta Gorda. He won Best in Show at the 2010 Cashiers Paint Out and a bronze medal at the 2013 Oil Painters of America Summer Salon. His work is represented by the Hughes Gallery, Galerie Du Soliel, J.M. Stringer Gallery, the Edward Dare Gallery, the Mountain Mist Gallery and the Anderson Gallery. “If you travel to another country and don’t know the language, no one will understand you,” Farnsworth says. “This goes for art as well. A painting with bad values, shapes and edges will not convey to the viewer how the artist feels about the subject. My illustration work over the years has been the best training to put a picture together. Tight deadlines and being asked to paint everything under the sun was a great motivator to be resourceful.” Farnsworth lives in Venice, Fla., with his wife, Debbie. More of his work may be seen at billfarnsworth.com.

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LEON THEODORE SCHOOLS EXHIBIT

Poster art by Shari Sherman

This is the 55th year that The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival has showcased the artists and art programs from Orange County and Winter Park public and private schools. You’ll be delighted to see the unique works created by these talented local students. The student displays are located in eight tents across the railroad tracks near the stage in north Central Park, behind the Post Office. The exhibit is named in memory of Leon Theodore, an artist, teacher and member of The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival board. This year’s distinguished judges for the high school art are Jack King, University of Tampa professor of art, and Dr. Clem Pennington, Florida International University professor of art emeritus. Both are also practicing artists and jurors of major art shows and student portfolios. Special thanks to the sponsors, including the Galloway Foundation, Art Systems of Florida, Orange County Public Schools and The WPSAF Foundation.

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MORSE MUSEUM TIFFANY WORKS SHINE IN ALL SEASONS AT THE MORSE Admission is Free During 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 as well as a wing that showcases surviving art and architectural objects from Laurelton Hall, Tiffany’s celebrated Long Island home. A new cell phone audio tour guides visitors through the Laurelton Hall exhibition, offering information about the restored Daffodil Terrace, objects from the artist’s collection, iconic Tiffany lamps and leaded-glass windows designed for international exhibitions. 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 to 4 p.m. Sunday. For more information, visit morsemuseum.org. 55TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL 21


Philanthropy…

More than giving, it is the art of our soul. Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation is proud to sponsor the Art of Philanthropy Award at The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival.

Come celebrate the Art of Giving in numerous categories as created in: Clay Glass Metal Inks

Paint Photography Wood Multi-Media

Let’s recognize something remarkable together and enjoy the art in the park.

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CHILDREN’S WORKSHOP VILLAGE HEY, KIDS! COME CREATE! HAVE FUN! IT’S FREE! Boys and girls ages 2 to 12: Here’s your chance to create a unique piece of artwork that you can take home and share with your family and friends. The Children’s Workshop Village attracts hundreds of kids and their families each year — and it’s free! Just stroll over to the west side of the railroad tracks near the post office. You’ll need to bring an adult with you to sign you in. The village is open every day of the festival, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. One of the most popular activities at the village is “easel painting,” which allows you to paint using the huge outdoor easels that have been a part of the festival for more than 30 years. Easel painting is offered only on Saturday and Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Volunteers from the Oviedo High School Beta Club, Kappa Delta Pi-Omicron Lambda UCF, Seminole State College Volunteers and the Winter Park High School Art History Club will be on hand to help supervise the fun. In addition, museum partners have prepared exciting, hands-on arts and crafts activities for every day of the festival. The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival Committee believes children of all ages can develop a love and appreciation for art when they’re given an opportunity to explore their own creativity. Continue your creative involvement through the many varied activities offered at these art centers, galleries and museums all year long.

PARTICIPATING MUSEUMS

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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

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Crealdé School of Art

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The Mennello Museum of American Folk Art 407-246-4278 mennellomuseum.com 407-836-8500 thehistorycenter.org 407-896-4231 omart.org

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March 2014

Dear Friends, Welcome to the outstan ding city of Winter Park, the City of Culture and We are proud to host Th Heritage. e 55th Annual Winter Pa rk Sidewalk Ar t Festiva welcome you to this na l, and tionally-acclaimed even t. Winter Park has a lon embracing the ar ts in g tradition of our community, and we are honored to suppor most esteemed ar t fes t one of the tivals in the country. Du ring your visit, you will people from across the encounter United States as well as abroad. As you spend time in ou r historic city, I hope yo u find the opportunity many shops, restauran to visit our ts, museums and cultu ral amenities. Winter Park heritage, strong sense has a rich of community, vast parks system, diverse econom and beautiful chain of ic base, lakes. These amenitie s provide a very high qu our residents and visito ali ty of life to rs alike. On behalf of the City Co mmission, our dedicate d city staff, and the res Winter Park, I hope your idents of visit is a pleasant and fun-filled experience. We you have chosen to sp are happy end time with us and loo k forward to greeting yo are enjoying The 55th u while you Annual Winter Park Sid ewalk Ar t Festival.

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Kenneth W. Bradley Mayor, Winter Park

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KRAFT AZALEA GARDEN “Pause Friend. Let Beauty Refresh the Spirit.” One of Winter Park’s most beautiful green spaces is Kraft Azalea Garden, 13 acres filled with towering trees, azaleas and landscaped paths located on Alabama Drive along the shoreline of Lake Maitland. This peaceful setting is a popular place for photography, picnics, weddings, relaxing and watching sunsets. The property is also a rookery for the great egret and the barred owl as well as many varieties of waterfowl. The most photographed area is the Exedra Monument, a curved structure with Greek columns and a bench at its base that overlooks the lake. It was donated in 1969 by Kenneth H. and Elizabeth P. Kraft in memory of the park’s namesakes, George and Maud Kraft. An inscription reads, “Pause friend. Let beauty refresh the spirit.” The property was designated as a public park in 1910, and was later named Alabama Park after William C. Temple’s estate,” Alabama,” located across the street. In 1921, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kronenberger bought the Temple property and built a resort called the Alabama Hotel. (In 1979, the hotel was converted into luxury condominiums). Leonard J. Hackney, a judge and member of the Florida State Supreme Court, had already started a movement to improve the Alabama Park when he became acquainted with George Kraft in 1928. They worked together to transform it into the lush, beautiful escape from the hustle-bustle that it is today. In 1931, Alabama Park was transformed into the Azalea Garden on Lake Maitland, sponsored by the Commercial Club with plans prepared by M. J. Daetwyler. Also known as the Honor Azalea Gardens, the park’s name changed again in 1937, to Kraft Memorial Azalea Gardens, in honor of the late George Kraft. Maud Kraft and her son set aside a sum of money for its care and maintenance. At the entrance to Kraft Azalea Garden is an inscription that reads: “A gift of George Kraft and Maud H. Kraft in token of their affection for Winter Park, its people and the beauties of nature.”

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THE FOUNDATION The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival Foundation Inc. provides grants to promote community appreciation of the arts, and supports art education through scholarships and programs. Such programs include the Children’s Workshop Village, the Leon Theodore Schools Exhibit, the Emerging Artist Program and Performing Arts at The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival. It also funds the Jean Alice Oliphant Scholarship at Rollins College and The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival Scholarship at the University of Central Florida. Casandra Hill, who is majoring in studio art, is this year’s recipient of the Jean Alice Oliphant Scholarship. In addition, the Festival’s first Image Review Workshop, slated for this spring, will receive funding from the Foundation. During 2013-14, the Foundation has been supported by generous donations from the Winter Parkbased Galloway Foundation, The Rotary Club of Winter Park and 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 of 2008. If you’d like to make a donation or find out more about the Foundation, write to P.O. Box 597, Winter Park, FL 32790, email WPSAF@yahoo.com or The Emerging Artist Program is funded by call 407-644-7207. the Foundation. Foundation Members: Hal Downing, Linda Gill Guthrie, Dan Iosue, Linda King, Alice Moulton, Morna Robbins, Tom Sacha, Mercedes Wechsler, Carol Wisler, Sally Zarnowiec

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BEST OF SHOW COLLECTION The Best of Show Collection provides a visual history of The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival, and showcases outstanding works of art and artistic trends through the years. Winners are made up of very diverse entries: a classic wooden rocking chair by Robert Kasnak from1991, a pen drawing by C. Glenn Eden from 1975 (so controversial that it was stolen to prevent its display) and a photograph that spans across five large panels by Bill Parish from 1978. It’s quite an honor to win the top prize at the festival, so imagine how prestigious it is to win more than once. The following artists have attained that distinction: Matthew Cornell, Ummarid “Tony” Eitharong, Pam Allman Fox, Charles Gatewood, Duncan McClellan, Jody dePew McLeane and Doug Prince. An annual tradition was started in 1969 when the Best of Show work of art was purchased by the Festival Board and presented to the City of Winter Park as an expression of appreciation for its support and the many services it provides. This year, the prize-winning piece will be purchased from the artist for $10,000. You can see the full display at the Winter Park Public Library by picking up a Best of Show brochure at the front desk and taking a self-guided tour. Or, go on a virtual tour by visiting the library’s website at www. wppl.org/wphistory/bestofshow/. Occasionally, the library will hold a gallery walk that features one or more of the award-win- The Best of Show Collection was part of last ning artists explaining their creations. Check with the library to October’s Museum Hop presented by the Winter see when the next one might be scheduled. Park Public Library’s Lifelong Learning Institute.

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2013 WINNERS

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Matthew Cornell, Orlando, FL, Middle America, Painting

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10 AWARDS OF EXCELLENCE

John Costin, Tampa, Fla., Da Vinci’s Song, Drawing & Graphics Jennifer Gardner, North Venice, Fla., Midtown Manhattan, Drawing & Graphics Nicario Jimenez, Naples, Fla., Immigration, Mixed Media Williiam Kidd, Miramar, Fla., Barnacle Colony, Clay Rebecca A. Lloyd, Clyde, N.C., Bottle with Sgraffito Decoration, Clay Jody Depew McLeane, Eagle River, Wisc., Small Post Chair, Drawing & Graphics Bruce Peeso, Monson, Mass., The Next-Door Neighbor, Painting Luke Proctor, Mt. Horeb, Wisc., Console Table, Metal Suzy Scarborough, Columbia, S.C., Eyebright, Painting Thomas Wargin, Menomonee Falls, Wisc., Self-Motivation, Sculpture

20 AWARDS OF DISTINCTION

Katherine Allen-Coleman, Jackson, Ga., Queen Bee, Mixed Media Deborah Banyas, Oberlin, Ohio, Memory Urn, Mixed Media Edson Campos, Winter Park, Fla., Replay, Drawing & Graphics Ronald Dekok, Belleville, Wisc., Danzing Bench, Wood Thomas Dumke, Oconomowoc, Wisc., Side Cabinet, Wood Leah Dziewit, Maple City, Mich., Gold Tree, Fiber Randy Eckard, Blue Hill, Mass., The Return, Painting Jeff Eckert, Tampa, Fla., You Can Take It with You, Drawing & Graphics Terry Evans, Overland Park, Kan., Long Box with Black Mangrove, Wood Robert Farrell, Venice, Fla., Winter Barn, Metal Pamela Fox, Sarasota, Fla., Fox Sphere, Jewelry Charles Hazelarr, Cape Canaveral, Fla., Standing Figure, Sculpture Tim Hooper, Nashville, Tenn., Bison, Painting Farhana Hussain, Buchanan, Va., Garden Revisited (Traditional Style), Painting Brad Kelly, Winder, Ga., Fish Farm, Photography Steven Olszewski, Pinkney, Mich., The Gift, Clay Cheryl Mackey Smith, Winter Park, Fla., Rock Talk, Clay Joyce Stratton, New Bern, N.C., # 1311, Mixed Media Paul Stevens, Achilles, Va., Southbank, Photography Kimberly Wilcox, Gainesville, Fla., I Find that I’m Wired Differently, Mixed Media 28 55TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

30 AWARDS OF MERIT

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Aletha A. Jones, Madison, WI, Ventures in the Garden under the Guise of Folly, Painting

James Barnes, Woolwine, Va., Wood Cloisonne, Wood James Carter, Southbury, Conn., Face to Face, Painting Ann Marie Cianciolo, Milwaukee, Wisc., Amelia, Jewelry Maria Ciucur, Dale City, Va., Gauardians Angels, Mixed Media Megan Clark, Raleigh, N.C., Rayas Bracelet, Jewelry Marie Desjardins, Lafayette, La., Found Gear Necklace, Jewelry Patrick Dragon, Marquette, Mich, Landscapes of the Mind, Clay Robin Frisella, Manchester, N.H., American Beauties, Drawing & Graphics Shaari Horowitz, Sharon, Conn., Rice Paper Moth on Gold, Wood Steven Howell, Gainesville, Fla., Copper Boat, Mixed Media Robert Kastrinos, Orlando, Fla., Soup Kitchen, Clay Duke Klassen and LaDes Glanzer, Minneapolis, Minn., Copper Bouganville Bracelet, Jewelry Rick Loudermilk, Austin, Texas, Untitled Work on Paper, Painting John Mascoll, Safety Harbor, Fla., Hollow-Formed Cuban Mahogany Vessel, Wood Don McWhorter, Carrollton, Ga., Reclamation of My Soul Temple, Clay Michael Mikula, Cleveland, Ohio, Edifice in Red and Grey, Glass Marius Moore, Gulfport, Fla., Hands in Meditation, Photography Vladimir Ovtcharov, Albuquerque, N.M., Day Dreamer, Painting Shirley and Jim Parmentier, Mars Hill, N.C., Vase with Leaves, Clay Loretta Petraitis, St. Petersburg, Fla., Rusty Bridge, Painting Rasa Pranchuaite, Astoria, N.Y., My Beloved Trees, Mixed Media Cathy Rose, New Orleans, La., Reach , Mixed Media Anna Shapiro, Charlottesville, Va., Chocolate Mint Bamboo Fiber Coctail Dress, Fiber Mark Sudduth, Cleveland Heights, Ohio, The Flow of Things, Glass Charles Tersolo, Boston, Mass., American Gothic, Painting Horace Thomas, Belton, Texas, Architectonica II, Leather Taman Vanscoy, Long Beach, Calif., Golden Fields and Trees, Painting Glen and Gail Wans, Leawood, Kan., White Stones #3, Photography John Whipple, Winter Park, Fla., Spike, Sculpture Timothy Ludwig, Deland, Fla., Lidded Jar with Peony and Seed Pods, Clay


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ENTERTAINMENT KIM WATERS With the release of his 1989 debut album, Sweet and Saxy, saxophonistband leader-composer-arranger-producer Kim Waters was instantly ranked among the nation’s premier Urban Jazz hitmakers. Now, after more than two decades as a music superstar with 16 Top 10 singles, 14 No. 1 singles, four No.1 CDs and sales in excess of 2 million albums, Waters elevates his career profile to an even higher level with his newest release, My Loves, his 19th solo album and his first on a major label. “Waters is simply one of the planet’s best saxophonists.” raves JazzTimes Magazine.“The man can play — he continues to add a sense of sensibility to the smooth-jazz airwaves.” Adds the Washington Post: “Kim Waters has a flair for composing seductive melodies. He is like a romantic pied piper out on a long evening stroll.”

THE REDCOATS The RedCoats are a four-member British Invasion tribute band based in Central Florida. They perform songs from the British Invasion of the 1960s, including timeless hits from The Beatles. Also in their lively repertoire are tunes from other British Invasion groups such as The Kinks, The Zombies, The Dave Clark Five and The Who, among others. The RedCoats were formed in 1994, and still feature all four original members. They were the “official” band of Cool 100 FM Radio, and were two-time winners of the station’s statewide “Battle Of The Bands” contest, held at Universal Studios Florida. The RedCoats have toured both nationally and internationally, and have performed a variety of concerts in Canada and (literally) on Broadway in New York City.

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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 the customer feedback that comes with exhibiting in a highly regarded outdoor festival.

TRISHA BRUNO

Miami native Trisha Bruno enjoyed a lengthy tenure in the fashion, advertising and entertainment industries, where she wore a variety of fashionable hats: contributing writer, media production and global management consultant as well as a long stint in front of the camera. She holds a B.A. in English from Rollins College, where she also studied art technique and design. Her foray into metal-smithing and jewelry design, however, didn’t begin until early 2009, when she decided to realign her life’s purpose. What resulted was a passion for crafting one-of-a-kind treasures handforged from precious metals and gemstones. “I’ve always been both a storyteller and an art collector,” says Bruno. “This is simply my way of sharing my journey with others who, quite literally, enjoy wearing their art on their sleeves.” Bruno lives and works overlooking a lush tropical garden in Biscayne Park with her husband, twin sons, two dogs, a cat and a lovely cast of wildlife visitors, ranging from giant iguanas to geckos, cranes to hummingbirds. Biscayne Park, Fla., info@trishab.com, trishab.com, Booth 187

TIM DEPPEN

Tim Deppen is a Florida native who loves the outdoors, especially anything having to do with water. In his youth, he watched his grandfather and mother build country-style pine furniture. That’s when he began to learn the trade. At the age of 18, when he was hired to build six outdoor rocking chairs, his passion for woodworking began. Now, when he’s asked where his talent came from, he replies, “I got it through osmosis.” Today, he’s married to a wonderful woman and has four amazing children. Being a firefighter affords him time in the woodshop to create paddles — the kind used to row boats, but are also works of art in and of themselves. Clearly, the passion Deppen has for woodworking and his love for the water and the outdoors are integral parts of his life. His goal is to create paddles that are instantly recognizable in the paddling industry for their beauty and quality. Sanford, Fla., tim@deppenpaddles.com, deppenpaddles.com, Booth 186

JENNIFER SAUER

Inspired by her rescued racing greyhound, Cody, and her lifelong love of horses, Jennifer Sauer began exploring animal portraiture from a distinctly modernist perspective following an award-winning career as a commercial artist and designer. Born in New Jersey in 1967, Sauer graduated from Syracuse University with a BFA in art history before moving to Los Angeles to work in the film and themed entertainment industries. In 2001 she relocated to Orlando, where she earned acclaim as a creative director for Universal Studios. There she contributed to projects including King Kong, Revenge of the Mummy and The Wizarding World of Harry Potter. In 2011, following the birth of her daughter, Sauer refocused her talents on raising her child and nurturing a more personal artistic vision. She aspired to capture the powerful, playful and poetic grace of animals expressing their natural spirits and personalities. Sauer happily continues these rewarding pursuits from her home in Winter Park. Winter Park, Fla., jensauer@cfl.rr.com, jensauerart.blogspot.com, Booth 185 38 55TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL


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GALLERY CLAY Brian Beam Fulton, MI bbpottery@aol.com brianbeampottery.com 113

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

Barry Bernstein Marquette, MI barrybern@yahoo.com 104

Mina Heuslein Port Orange, FL mina-pottery@bellsouth.net potterybymina.com 170

Paveen “Beer� Chunhaswasdikul Gadsden, AL beerspottery@gmail.com beers-pottery.com 18

Bruce Johnson Lake Mills, WI bclay1@charter.net brucejohnsonclaystudio.com 124

Peggy Crago Englewood, CO pcpots@msn.com pcragopottery.com 63

Michael Kahn Mieko Kahn Greenbush, MI kahnmichael@sbcglobal.net 194

Mikyung Cunningham Crescent City, FL cunninghampottery2@gmail.com 210

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

Richard Gruchalla Carrin Rosetti Duluth, MN rakuvessel@aol.com 203

Brenda McMahon Gulfport, FL brendamcmahonceramics@gmail.com brendamcmahon.com 109

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GALLERY CLAY continued Craig McMillin & Ana McMillin Folsom, LA studiomcmillin@aol.com studiomcmillin.com 189

Jill Tortorella Antioch, IL jill@Antiochpottery.com antiochpottery.com 39

Marti Mocahbee Staunton, VA mmocahbee7@gmail.com martimocahbee.com 14

Glenn Woods & Keith Herbrand Palm Harbor, FL potteryboys@earthlink.net potteryboys.com 230

Steven Olszewski Pinckney, MI spolszewski@gmail.com facebook.com/ StevenOlszewskiSculpture 46

DIGITAL ART

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

Jason Brueck Philadelphia, PA jrbphilly@yahoo.com alterimages.net 206

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

Tanya Doskova Phoenix, AZ tanya@fineartoncanvas.com fineartoncanvas.com 162

Andy Smith Marshville, NC rakuandy@aol.com 226

Lisa Lammey Amana , IA lisa-lammey@uiowa.edu wildoakart.com 195

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GALLERY DIGITAL ART continued Andrew Mosedale Harwood, MD trixf64@gmail.com andrewmosedale.com 214

C. L. Cunningham Marietta, GA clcunningham@bellsouth.net clcunningham.com 106

Daryl Thetford Chattanooga, TN darylthetford@yahoo.com darylthetford.com 3

Benjamin Frey Buena Vista, VA art@benjaminfrey.com benjaminfrey.com 103

Lou Zale Deerfield, IL louzale@gmail.com louzale.com 23

Robin Frisella Manchester, NH robin@robinfrisella.com robinfrisella.com 223

DRAWING & PASTELS

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

Greg Barnes Charlotte, NC greg@barnesstudios.com barnesstudios.com 212

Jaeryon Ha Longwood, FL jaeryonha@yahoo.com jaehaart.com 19

Edson Campos Winter Park, FL cartista@aol.com edsoncampos.com 45

Robin Lauersdorf Monona, WI robin@alumniartwork.com alumniartwork.com 22

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GALLERY DRAWING & PASTELS continued

FIBER

Lynne Libby Key Biscayne, FL lynnelibbyart@aol.com picturetrail.com/lynnelibby 131

Kate Beck New Orleans, LA katebecktextiles@gmail.com katebecktextiles.com 251

Clare Malloy Chicago, IL clare.e.malloy@gmail.com claremalloy.com 54

Miriam Carter Dublin, NH mcarterfelt@yahoo.com miriamcarter.com 122

Ellen Marshall Ybor City, FL cowpainter@mac.com ellenmarshall.com 259

Candiss Cole-Footitt & Rodger Footitt Sedona, AZ candiss@candisscole.com candisscole.com 175

Dawn Miller Vero Beach, FL dawnemillerart@gmail.com dawnmillerart.com 118

Ignatius Creegan & Rod Givens Petersburg, VA ignatius.hats@verizon.net ignatiushats.com 221

A.B. Word & Barrie Lynn Bryant Kirby, WY merglennstudios@yahoo.com merglennstudios.com 62

Leah Dziewit MapleCity, MI leahdziewit@earthlink.net 140

Stephen Kostyshyn Cedar, MI steve@stephenkostyshyn.com stephenkostyshyn.com 42

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GALLERY FIBER continued Barbara Rubright Shelby Township, MI brfkr@aol.com barbararubright.com 231

Sandra Brewster New Port Richey, FL moonbayglass@yahoo.com 252

Anna Shapiro Charlottesville, VA annaesthetic@gmail.com annaesthetic.com 110

Renee Engebretson & James Engebretson Hudson, WI glass@jimandrenee.com jimandrenee.com 68

Jeremy Griffith Henrietta, NY me@delishglass.com delishglass.com 121

GLASS Scott Amrhein Sherwood, WI scott@highcliffstudio.com highcliffstudio.com 9

Earl James Cleveland, OH earlojames@yahoo.com 198

Molly Barnes Portland, OR 2edbarnes4@gmail.com 258

Randy Kuntz Holland, OH kuntz-rjb@accesstoledo.com randykuntzglass.com 216

John Blackwell & Erin Blackwell High Ridge, MO blackwellglass@yahoo.com 247

Toby McGee Oklahoma City, OK toby@tobymcgee.com tobymcgee.com 219

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GALLERY GLASS continued

GRAPHICS & PRINTMAKING

Michael OToole Lake Mary, FL michael@inspiredglasscreations.com inspiredglasscreations.com 225

David Bigelow Ozark, MO dbigserv@centurytel.net 134

Steve Palmer Minnetonka, MN starglassworks@comcast.net 47

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

David Sandidge Clermont, FL glassdave139@cs.com sandidgeartglass.com 16

Jeff Eckert Tampa, FL bagenius85@aol.com 217

Andrew Shea Minneapolis, MN sheaglass@aol.com sheaglass.com 4

David Hunter Winter Park, FL dhunterartist@hotmail.com hunterprintmaking.com 227

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

Gillian Kemper Oklahoma City, OK gilldk@juno.com 114

Warner Whitfield Ocala, FL warnerwhitfield@mac.com whitfielddesigns.com 129

Leslie Peebles Alachua, FL printmaker50@gmail.com lesliepeebles.com 159

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GALLERY GRAPHICS & PRINTMAKING continued

JEWELRY

Stephen Sebastian Thomasville, NC etch77@northstate.net 255

Obayana Ajanaku Decatur, GA obametalsmith2@aol.com 26

Grant Silverstein Mansfield, PA gms4@npacc.net grantsilverstein.com 24

Sean Brown Denver, CO sean@seanbrownartist.com seanbrownartist.com 141

Marina Terauds North Branch, MI maksutova@hotmail.com marinaterauds.com 12

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

Philip Thompson Bangor, MI stadiumetchings@btc-bci.com 174

Barbara Cieslicki & Virginia Cieslicki Plainfield, NH info@barbaracieslicki.com barbaracieslicki.com 11

Kreg Yingst Pensacola, FL kregyingst@cox.net kregyingst.com 6

Megan Clark Raleigh, NC mcmetal24@gmail.com meganclarkjewelry.com 20

Gloria Danvers St. Augustine, FL gloriadanvers@att.net gloriadanvers.com 233

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GALLERY JEWELRY continued Sana Doumet & Munir Doumet Clearwater, FL sdoumet@tampabay.rr.com sanadoumet.com 101

Julie Jerman-Melka & Jeffrey Melka Calumet, MI jjmelka@earthlink.net flyinganvildesigns.com 166

Patricio Ferreira & Neena Ferreira Orlando, FL bluesunjewelry@aol.com bluesunjewelry.com 182

Christina Kauke Franklin, TN orders@christinakober.com christinakoberdesigns.com 138

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

Birgit Kupke-Peyla Salinas, CA kupkepeyla@sbcglobal.net kupkepeyla.com 57

Samantha Freeman Philadelphia, PA sfdesign@comcast.net samanthafreemandesign.com 213

Bernadette Mahfood Winona, MN hotflashdesigns@hotmail.com hotflash-designs.com 128

Hilary Hachey Baltimore, MD hilary@hilaryhachey.com hilaryhachey.com 256

Jorn Mork Fort Atkinson, WI jornmork@earthlink.net 222

Christiane Hampel Naples, FL christiane@hampeldesign.com hampeljewelry.com 117

Rex Nockengust & Gene Allen San Diego, CA beachglassbingo@cox.net beachglassbingo.net 152

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GALLERY JEWELRY continued Willard Olney Wilmington, NC olneyoriginals@hotmail.com 59

Brian Swiersz Madison, WI bswiersz@yahoo.com 193

Donald Pekarek Algonquin, IL dpekarek@comcast.net stackingrings.com 205

Marc Zoschke & Wendy Zoschke Springfield, IL vetrocaldodesigns@gmail.com vetrocaldo.com 180

Michael Romanik Cleveland, OH 15432cloisonne@gmail.com michaelromanik.com 108

LEATHER

John Ruff & Carolyn Ruff Springfield, MO johnruffjewelry@gmail.com johnruffjewelry.com 176

Marvin Bower Boonsboro, MD mlbower@hotmail.com tannerscreekleather.com 177

Maureen Shankey Miami, FL mshankey16@gmail.com 248

Steve Edgar Tallahassee, FL edgarleather@embarqmail.com edgarleather.com 218

Lauran Sundin Concord, NH sundinart@yahoo.com lauransundin.com 157

Greg Roche Watsonville, CA rocheleather@earthlink.net rocheleather.com 28

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GALLERY LEATHER continued Rudy Tell Cosby, TN rudytell@bellsouth.net 184

Chris Seeman Cincinnati, OH cman@cinci.rr.com 48

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

Sompit Xia & Shao Lin Xia Granite Falls, NC candoplanes@hotmail.com candoplanes.com 200

METAL

MIXED MEDIA Robert Farrell Venice, FL joesilversmith@verizon.net farrellsilver.com 102

Meyer Abrams Peachtree City, GA meyereabrams@me.com 241

Pat Juneau Scott, LA pat@psjuneau.com psjuneau.com 15

Todd Alexander Decatur, GA toddalexanderart@yahoo.com toddalexanderart.com 190

Luke Proctor Mt. Horeb, WI lproctoriron@yahoo.com lproctorironworks.com 32

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

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GALLERY MIXED MEDIA continued Paul Andrews Charlotte, NC pastudio@earthlink.net 149

Amy Flynn Raleigh, NC amy@ifobot.com ifobot.com 136

Deborah Banyas & T.P. Speer Oberlin, OH riverdog@centurytel.net banyasandspeer.com 181

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

Chris Bruno Lexington, VA clyons@clbphotos.com christopherlyonsbrunoart.com 232

Debo Groover Tallahassee, FL debogroover@yahoo.com debortina.com 215

David Burton Indialantic, FL dburton101@cfl.rr.com davidburtonartwork.com 137

Beverly Hayden Chattanooga, TN beverlylaughs@gmail.com beverlyhayden.com 34

Teri Causey Ft. Myers, FL tericausey@mac.com tericausey.com 260

Aaron Hequembourg Monticello, GA info@bigwhitedog.net bigwhitedog.net 132

Carolina Cleere Tampa, FL carol@carolinacleere.com carolinacleere.com 245

Olive Kraus Hannibal, MO o_live23@yahoo.com o-liveland.com 249

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GALLERY MIXED MEDIA continued Alice Legler & Bob Legler Mission, KS leglerknives@aol.com leglerknives.com 183

Pamela Redick Webster, MA pjredick@aol.com pamredick.com 130

Michael Madzo Medora, ND madzoo@aol.com 228

Garry Seidel Davie, FL mixedmedia2D@aol.com 253

Holly Manneck Naples, FL manneckart@hotmail.com manneckart.com 105

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

Teresa Merriman Westcliffe, CO teresa@mindseyejournals.com mindseyejournals.com 165

Allan Teger Vero Beach, FL alteger@aol.com teger.com 204

Phil Parker Flagler Beach, FL pparker4art@cfl.rr.com parkmixedmedia.com 37

Lynn Whipple Winter Park, FL lynniewhip@gmail.com lynnwhipple.com 7

Rob Peaden DeLeon Springs, FL rpeaden01@gmail.com 126

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

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GALLERY PAINTING Dawn Adams Bloomington, IN steffeyadams@yahoo.com dawnadamspaintings.com 211

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

Stephen Bach Orlando, FL stephenbach1@aol.com stephenbach.com 150

Dobson Cundiff Sarasota, FL katie@katiedids.com dobsonart.com 69

Bert Beirne Flowery Branch, GA 8beirne@gmail.com bertbeirne.com 58

Richard Currier Micco, FL rcurrierart@aol.com richardcurrierart.com 261

Cindy Capehart Gainesville, FL cindycapehartist@gmail.com cindycapehart.com 161

Dave DeLaCruz Tampa, FL daveinsta@hotmail.com davedelacruz.com 202

James Carter Southbury, CT carterairbrush@aol.com jamescarterstudio.blogspot.com 178

Patricia DeLeon-Alfonso Miami, FL patricia@reyalfonsostudio.com 64

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

Ilkin Deniz Wellington, FL ilkindnz@gmail.com ilkindeniz.com 127

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

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

Kathleen Green Groveport, OH kgreenart@aol.com kathleengreenart.com 158

Keun Park & Edward Park Naples, FL artistpark@aol.com 250

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

Bruce Peeso Monson, MA bpeeso@comcast.net backroadsgallery2.com 21

Farhana Hussain & Rod Hemming Buchanan, VA farhanaartist@gmail.com 13

Loretta Petraitis Saint Petersburg, FL lorettapetra@gmail.com lorettapetraitis.com 188

Harry Jarman Kernersville, NC artofharryjarman@yahoo.com harryjarman.com 191

Jeff Ripple Micanopy, FL jeff@jeffrippleart.com jeffrippleart.com 40

Michael Kuseske Royal Palm Beach, FL mkuseske@hotmail.com michaelkuseskepaintings.com 207

Robert Ross Altamonte Springs, FL ross.rf@gmail.com robertrossart.com 167

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GALLERY PAINTING continued Suzy Scarborough Columbia, SC suzyscarborough@mac.com suzyscarborough.com 60

Taylor White & James White Gardendale, AL jasuewhite@aol.com taylorwhitegallery.com 147

Maryann Schmidt Galway, NY schmidt6720@aol.com maschmidt.com 156

Yu Zhou Yardley, PA jeffyuzhou@hotmail.com zhouyufinearts.com 123

Stephen Sebastian Thomasville, NC etch77@northstate.net 254

PHOTOGRAPHY Carroll Swayze Englewood, FL swayzeArt@msn.com carrollswayze.com 30

Richard Auger Summerfield, FL richard@richardauger.com richardauger.com 172

Charles Tersolo Boston, MA charles@charlestersolo.com charlestersolo.com 116

Doug Cavanah Auburndale, FL dcavanah@aol.com 135

Hua Tung Waltham, MA huayaotung@yahoo.com 43

Micheal Paul Cole Hannibal, MO cole@michealpaulcole.com michealpaulcole.com 208

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GALLERY PHOTOGRAPHY continued Greg Davis Austin, TX greg@gregdavisphotography.com gregdavisphotography.com 197

Curtis Krueger Wilmington, NC curtis@artistic-photos.com curtiskrueger.com 61

Cali Hobgood Urbana, IL cali@photographsbycali.com photographsbycali.com 44

William Lemke Waukesha, WI williamf.lemke@gmail.com billlemke.com 31

Lorri Honeycutt Austin, TX lorri@bigworldphoto.com bigworldphoto.com 119

Paul Marcellini Miami, FL paul.marcellini@gmail.com paulmarcellini.com 243

Jesper Johansen & Erik Johansen Denver, CO jj@tinypeoplebiglaughs.com tinypeoplebiglaughs.com 142

Emerson Matabele New Orleans, LA ematabele@gmail.com emersonimages.com 107

Nels Johnson Ybor City, FL nelsphoto@ymail.com 224

Amanda Murphy Streamwood, IL amanda@amandamurphyphotography.com amandamurphyphotography.com 49

Brad Kelly Winder, GA bradkellymail@yahoo.com 201

James Parker Rochester Hills, MI jamesp@parkerparker.net parkerparker.info 179

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GALLERY PHOTOGRAPHY continued Greg Turco Jefferson, GA greg.turco@gmail.com turcophotography.com 29

Daniel Powers Dayton, OH dan@powersfineartphoto.com powersfineartphoto.com 56

Mikel Robinson Asheville, NC mrobinsonstudio@gmail.com mikelrobinson.com 100

SCULPTURE

John Scanlan Glenwood, IA john@scanlan.com scanlan.com 71

David Bryce Great Barrington, MA flycreek@bcn.net flycreekstudio.com 262

Paul Stevens Achilles, VA cbphoto4u@yahoo.com 220

Nancy Cervenka Gulfport, FL nancycervenka@me.com 164

Heidi Thamert Titusville, FL jthamert@aol.com 237

Josh Coté Louisiana, MO joshcotesculpture@gmail.com cotesculpture.blogspot.com 240

Jeff Thamert Titusville, FL tvillegallery@aol.com 238

Steven Gregory Tampa, FL gmanphoto@earthlink.net stevensgregory.com 50

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GALLERY SCULPTURE continued Charles Hazelaar Cape Canaveral, FL cahazelaar@aol.com charleshazelaarstudio.com 33

Gabriel Puyana Orlando, FL puyanas@embarqmail.com 235

Jennifer Ivory Corvallis, OR insectworks@gmail.com insectworks.com 38

Joan Rasmussen Atlanta, GA sumofitspartsstudio@gmail.com joanrasmussen.com 70

Trent Manning Winter Haven, FL tm2art@yahoo.com trentmanning.net 160

Eric Shupe High Springs, FL recurvecreations@gmail.com recurvecreations.com 139

Katherine Mathisen Ocoee, FL kamathisen@bellsouth.net katherinemathisen.com 2

Thomas Wargin Menomonee Falls, WI tomwargin@sbcglobal.net wargin.com 66

Michael Moffett Cocoa Beach, FL bigdaddyscash@yahoo.com moffettart.com 154

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

John Petrey Chattanooga, TN john@johnpetrey.com johnpetrey.com 229

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

Jinsheng Song Fort McCoy, FL songart1@126.com art-mind.com 111

Robert Flowers Summerfield, NC rflowers@triad.rr.com robertflowersart.com 67

Taman VanScoy Long Beach, CA taman@tamanvanscoy.com tamanvanscoy.com 35

Charles Greenholdt Cape Coral, FL cgwatercolors@aol.com cgwatercolor.com 41

Michael Weber Port St. Lucie, FL weberwatercolors@live.com weberwatercolors.net 27

Lori Jenkins Melbourne, FL jenks1156@aol.com loripittenjenkins.com 209

Vonnie Whitworth Virginia Beach, VA vonniewhitworthart@verizon.net vonniewhitworthart.com 234

Aletha Jones Madison, WI zapp@alethajones.com alethajones.com 17

Russell Yerkes Tarboro, NC yerkesworks@aol.com yerkesworks.com 51

M. Kemper Oklahoma City, OK kemper26@hotmail.com kemperarts.webs.com 125

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GALLERY WOOD James Barnes Portland, OR magpiemb@live.com 246

Jerry Remillard & Susan Remillard South West Ranches, FL jremihead@aol.com 192

Thomas Dumke Stone Bank, WI tom@thomaswilliamfurniture.com thomaswilliamfurniture.com 115

Archie Smith Mt. Pleasant, NC info@archiesmithinstruments.com archiesmithinstruments.com 10

Matthew Hatala Danielsville, GA ginsue52@starband.net 168

Shaari Horowitz & Alistair Jones Sharon, CT shaari@msn.com shaarihorowitz.com 133

Lance Munn & Vicki Munn Bloomfield, IN lance@viclan.com viclan.com 171

Stephen Noggle Morganton, NC turnedwood@charter.net southernhighlandguild.org/stevenoggle 242

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PATRONS PROGRAM THE 55th WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL PATRONS PLATINUM Marie Schiavi and Donna Loggie

SILVER Mary and Buck Adkins Allen and Peggy Amos Jim Blumenfeld and Chris Cooney Minter Byrd Commerce National Bank & Trust

Larry and Lisa Deering Buddy and Paula Eidel Randy and Kathy Elliott Will Fulghom/Freshpoint

Dr. Robert and Mrs. Anne Goldstein Robert and Madeline Gordon/Freshpoint Dr. Fay Hu Preston and Christine Richmond Louise and Dick Weiner

BRONZE Michael and Patrice Abufaris Wil and Laura Armstrong Sarah Arnold Sabrina Balthazor Jim and Gail Baxter Kathy Benham Janet Bernardini Dr. Kimberly Besuden Morris and Carolyn Bird Pam and Steve Brandon Terry Bryant Nancy Calhoun Janet Charity and Susan Cochran Charles and Lisa Clayton Delos and Beth Clift Gail and Thomas Colman Steve and Claudia Cook Laura and Mark Cosgrove Karen Crabtree John and Kay Custis Jarrett and Trish Deerwester Charlene Demers Duncan and Lael DeWahl The Hon. Alan Dickey and Mrs. Laurie Dickey Kristy Dunlap and Andy Piecuch Steve and Joan Elker Janice Farnsworth

Bill and Ucola Forness John and Denise Fusselman Lamont and Lynda Garber Jean Gillen Steve and Diane Goll John and Barbara Gugel Bill and Linda Guthrie Howard and Suzy Harris Shari Hodgson Daniel Iosue and Louise Sprimont Michael and Aimee Kakos Marc and Henrietta Katzen Ruth and Andy Kazeck Phil Kean and Brad Grosberg Jim and Pat Kermes Douglas and Elaine Kerr John and Linda King Mark P. Lang Sal and Susan Lanza Bob and Jan Leaman Monte Livermore Ron and Marilyn Lowry Talley Mendenhall Albert and Maija Michejda Lynn Minkow Jim and Carole Moreland Alice Moulton

Lourdes and Gerald O’Connor Dan and Carla Priehs Bill Primo/Aloma Title Company Morna Robbins Kimberly Roberts Dr. Scott and Nancy Rotatori Dolly Rote and Katrina Lawrence Hal and Claire Schmidt Pamela and David Schulte James G. Shepp in Memory of Lynn Hough Sharon Snow Jean Sprimont Sue and Denis Springer Rick and Susan Stein Bill and Leslie Stern Pamela Stewart David Stone and Keith Newhouse Mary Ann Straube Susie Taliaferro Amy Thrasher and Bill Nethery Sally Watts/C & H Auto Parts Marta Westall Carol Wisler Wayne and Ellen Wolfson Sally Zarnowiec Mr. and Mrs. Steven Zimmerman Edward and Phyllils Zissman

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PATRONS PROGRAM

PHOTO: CHIP WESTON, SUSTAINING MEMBER

BECOME A PATRON!

Our Patrons Program was created to provide support for The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival’s participating artists through dedicated funds pledged to buy their work. When you become a Patron, most of your donation allows you to purchase art while the rest goes toward supporting the annual event.

BENEFITS INCLUDE:  “Art Bucks” for art purchases  A signed festival poster  Concert seating  VIP access and parking passes  Social events throughout the year  Program and website recognition

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THANK YOU

Thank You Friends of the Festival The Alfond Inn

Fifth/Third Bank

Sheraton Orlando North

The Ancient Olive

The Galloway Foundation

The Spice and Tea Exchange

Art Systems of Florida

Geico

St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church

Denise Autorino, Passport to Park Avenue

Michael and Kristi Hlavek

Wayne Densch, Inc.

Peggy Amos

ImageServe

The Winter Park Boat Tour

Beachcamp Design

Leader’s Casual Furniture

Winter Park High School Volunteers

Best Western Mt. Vernon Inn

Magic 107.7 FM

Winter Park Pedestrian & Bicycle Advisory Board

Beth Lewis Photography

The Mayflower

WLOQ 107.7 HD-2

Bocelli Inc, Garden Center

Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art

WUCF 89.9

Busterville Woodworks

Orlando Life Magazine

Yellow Pages

Casa Feliz

Oz Media

Oviedo High School Beta Club

Clear Channel Outdoor

Phil Kean Design Group

Kappa Delta Pi – Omicron Lambda, UCF

Costco

Regions Bank

Seminole State College Volunteers

David and Jennifer Foley, Pocket Program

Red Rocket Studios

Southeast Engraving

Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation

Carrie Cogsdale Romano

Winter Park High School Art History Club

Enzian Theater

Rogue Pub

The City of Winter Park

Eyewitness News 9 and WRDQ Channel 27

Rotary Club of Winter Park

The Winter Park Land Company

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