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2015 OFFICIAL PROGRAM

The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival ™

WHAT’S INSIDE 2 President’s Letter

40 Gallery of Exhibiting Artists

28 2014 Winners

40 Clay 41 Digital Art 42 Drawing & Pastels 43 Emerging Artists 43 Fiber 44 Glass 45 Jewelry 47 Leather 47 Metal 48 Mixed Media - 2D 49 Mixed Media - 3D 50 Painting 53 Photography 54 Printmaking 55 Sculpture 57 Watercolor 58 Wood

31 Entertainment

60 Patrons

38 Emerging Artists

64 Thank You

4 Board Members 6 Festival at a Glance 10 Map 12 2015 Exhibitors 16 Judges 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 Poster Subject 26 Foundation 27 Best of Show Collection

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PRESIDENT’S WELCOME

Extravaganza A WORLD-CLASS ART

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he first Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival was held in March 1960. Local amateurs and professionals exhibited their art on easels set up along Park Avenue’s sidewalks, as shown on the cover of the 1964/1965 Winter Park Telephone Company phone book, shown above. Now, 225 artists from across the nation compete for more than $100,000 in prize money, patron purchase awards, the Charles Hosmer Morse Foundation Award and the Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation Award. The festival attracts the very best artists to Winter Park, and our community shows its appreciation through its patronage. The City of Winter Park helped organize the festival in the early years, and continues today to donate substantial time and materials. Thanks to the city, to our generous sponsors and to our thousands of volunteers, participating artists rank The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival among the

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top fine-art shows in Florida and across the U.S. From our first chairperson, Jean Oliphant, down through the decades, many Winter Parkers have devoted themselves to raising our community’s appreciation of art and music to its highest level. The participating juried artists are our main focus, but we also put a strong emphasis on children and students who’ll be the artists of the future. The festival’s Children’s Workshop Village, Student Art Exhibits and Emerging Artists Program are supported by a grant from the Galloway Foundation. We’ve enhanced accessibility for special-needs children this year. And, as we do every year, we've contributed art scholarships to Rollins College and UCF. To our artists, contributors, supporters, patrons and volunteers we say, “Thank you. It’s time to buy art!”

John King

President The 56th Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival

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2015 Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival Board

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE John King, President Holly Henson, President-Elect Greg Witherspoon, Corresponding Secretary

Janice Elsheimer, Recording Secretary Michael Hlavek, Treasurer Alice Moulton, Past President, 2014

BOARD MEMBERS Louise Alimahomed Sarah Arnold Kirsys Bennett Carolyn Bird Karen Branen Drew Brooks Nancy Calhoun Barbara Chandler

Duncan DeWahl Laura Fogelman Barbara Gugel Dan Iosue Linda King Monte Livermore, Jr. Ruben Madrid

Ralph Barbato Amanda Councelman

Liz Eunice Debbie Greear

Camille Marchese Talley Mendinhall Phylis Moore Carole Moreland Wayne Osley Dave Owen Jessica Reo

Morna Robbins Jean Sprimont Rebecca Swanson Amy Thrasher Carol Wisler Doni Young Julie Zimmerman

PROVISIONAL MEMBERS Caroline Krauser Sandra Sandberg

Savannah Taylor

SUSTAINING MEMBERS Earl Allen Dale Amlund Richard Awsumb Sabrina Balthazor Keith Barden Betty Bay Daphne Cukier Joann Darnell Bonnie Davis Nancy Deutsch Hal Downing 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 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


FESTIVAL AT A GLANCE Where: Central Park Along Park Avenue in Winter Park When: March 20, 21 and 22, 2015 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 (Art Fair Calendar, 2013 and 2014), The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival is one of the nation’s oldest, largest and most prestigious outdoor art festivals. It is also ranked as the No. 1 Best Fine Art and Design Show in the Southeast by Sunshine Artist Magazine (2013 and 2014). The festival debuted in March, 1960 as a community project to bring local artists and art lovers together. The annual event is produced by an all-volunteer board and 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 exhibiting their works. The festival is also recognized as “Central Florida’s Best Festival,” Orlando Magazine (2013 and 2014); and “Best Winter Park Event/ Festival,” The Winter Park Chamber of Commerce and Winter Park / Maitland Observer (2013 and 2014).

CATEGORIES

The festival features a wide variety of fine arts and crafts in the following categories: clay, digital art, drawings and pastels, fiber, glass, printmaking, jewelry, leather, metal, mixed media 2D, mixed media 3D, painting, photography, sculpture, watercolor and wood as well as Emerging Artists.

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. 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. A $2,500 Distinguished Work of Art Award is presented through The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art. There are 10 Awards of Excellence of $2,000 each, 20 Awards of Distinction of $1,000 each and 30 Awards of Merit of $500 each.

MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT

Throughout the festival you’ll find free entertainment presented on the stage located in north Central Park, starting with a powerhouse concert on Friday night. This year’s headliner will be Sisaundra Lewis, a jazz and soul singer whose electrifying performances took her to the final rounds of NBC’s The Voice in season six. For a complete schedule of performers and times, please refer to page 31.

MERCHANDISE

Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival T-shirts and other memorabilia are available for sale at three merchandise tents. The tents are located at the south entrance (Park and New England avenues), at the center intersection (Morse Boulevard and Park Avenue), and at the north entrance (Park and Garfield avenues). This year’s poster, Emily’s Light, is a watercolor created by artist John Carollo with a technique he calls “controlled chaos.” It’s an interpretation of sculptor Albin Polasek’s Emily statue, a reproduction of which adorns a fountain in Winter Park’s North Central Park (the original can been seen at the Albin Polasek Museum and Sculpture Gardens). Posters will be sold at the south entrance and the center intersection next to the large merchandise tents. A vintage merchandise tent will be located next to the festival headquarters at Park Avenue and Morse Boulevard. After the event is over, you can still purchase this year’s poster and past posters at wpsaf.org.

FAMILY FUN

Youngsters can create their own artwork at the Children’s Workshop Village. Easel painting is very popular, and local art centers and museums offer a variety of fun, hands-on art activities for kids. Admission is free and participants may take home their artistic creations. 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

The place to discover talented artists of the next generation is at the Leon Theodore Schools Exhibit, where artwork created by Orange County students is on display (see map, page 11). The imagination and 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 11).

For more information, call 407-644-7207 or visit wpsaf.org.

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2015 EXHIBITORS 54 Clare Malloy 131 Collin Margerum 198 Ellen Marshall 223 Bernard Martin 21 James (Michael) Nemnich 116 Lawrence Packard 14 Beau Stahl 247 Richard Wilson 42 R. Michael Wommack

EMERGING ARTISTS

CLAY

167 Brian Beam 38 Paveen “Beer” Chunhaswasdikul 114 Patrick Dragon 147 Karen Fincannon 16 John Herbon 246 Mina Heuslein 67 Paul Jeselskis 155 Michael Kahn and Mieko Kahn 125 Robert Kastrinos 55 William Kidd 35 Tim Ludwig 238 Vadim Malkin 118 Gail Markiewicz 216 Pat McCaffrey 19 Marti Mocahbee 5 Jim Parmentier and Shirl Parmentier 130 Ilene Phelan 180 Michael Schwegmann 226 Cheryl Mackey Smith 201 Gregory Story 242 Jonathan White

DIGITAL ART

127 Jason Brueck 135 Tanya Doskova 250 Kate Harrold 163 Vic Lee 15 Andrew Mosedale 202 Laird Myer 58 Lou Zale

DRAWING AND PASTELS

243 Jack Brumbaugh 45 Edson Campos 211 Erin Curry 190 Roland Descombes 123 Jeff Eckert 181 Vicki Jones 34 Robin Lauersdorf 12 56TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

185 Thomas Calano 186 Nancy Grist 187 Spencer Warlick FIBER 122 Miriam Carter 126 Leah Dziewit 68 Lynn Langhoff 161 Gloria Lewis 29 Libby Mitchell 231 Kyoung-Joa Park 254 Maureen Roberts and Michael Lubin

GLASS

142 Brian Becher 252 Sandra Brewster 258 Dylan Engler 41 Jeremy Griffith and Chelsea Griffith 159 Jaye Houle 1 Phillip Nolley 174 Wesley Rasko 133 David Russell 24 Andrew Shea 111 Marianne Shepardson 214 Douglas Sigwarth and Renee Sigwarth 153 Thomas Spake 164 Mark Sudduth 9 Warner Whitfield and Beatriz Kelemen

JEWELRY

193 Amy Beeler 128 Viviana Bonanomi Santamarina 256 Ann Marie Cianciolo 20 Megan Clark 120 Michael Dandrea 218 Suzanna Dimarco and Mark Ferguson 101 Sana Doumet and Munir Doumet 200 Kate Rothra Fleming 176 Samantha Freeman 66 Kim Koch 28 Birgit Kupke-Peyla 165 Sandy Lent 6 Dana Melnick and David Melnick 115 Christian Nevin 144 Jay Nielsen 154 Sharon Rosenthal 234 Michelangelo Stanchi 229 Michael Vagner LEATHER 237 Michelle LaLonde and Michael LaLonde 249 James Perry and Rombye Perry 11 Greg Roche 184 Rudy Tell 170 Horace Thomas and Shawn Thomas 212 Alberto Toro METAL 102 Robert Farrell 37 Pat Juneau 196 Merri Pattinian 32 Luke Proctor 129 Alex Santamarina 61 Ron Schmidt 49 Chris Seeman 149 Frank Strunk MIXED MEDIA - 2D 241 Meyer Abrams 236 Will Armstrong 117 Lisa Ashinoff 110 Maria Ciucur and Valentin Ciucur 57 Carolina Cleere 179 Kina Crow 183 Deborah DuPont 141 Benjamin Frey


2015 EXHIBITORS 248 Susan Livingston 221 Brianna Martray 4 Katherine Mathisen 188 Nnamdi Okonkwo 43 Steven Olszewski 260 Eugene Perry 173 Gabriel Puyana 225 Rosalia Riera 233 Kostas Ulevicius 8 John Whipple 104 Mark Winter

227 Maggie Genova-Cordovi 175 Leah Gillette 132 Aaron Hequembourg 203 Stacia Holllmann 106 Ynon Mabat 146 Michael Madzo 162 Agnes Rathonyi 52 Suzy Scarborough 158 Kale Van Leeuwen 217 Damien Younce

MIXED MEDIA - 3D

156 David Burton 136 Amy Flynn 39 Beverly Hayden 47 Trent Manning 195 Lou Michaels 192 Joel Pinkerton 119 Michael Thiele and Joah Thiele PAINTING 213 Pavlina Alea 134 Linda Apriletti 150 Stephen Bach 109 Barbara Baron 215 Bert Beirne 103 Beth Bojarski 46 John Booth 191 Joseph Bradley 152 James Carter 30 KC Collins 259 Richard Currier 59 Rey D’Alfonso 239 Dave DeLaCruz 204 Jeffrey Dix 232 Greg Freeman 25 Charles Gatewood 145 Signe Grushovenko and Genna Grushovenko 65 Tim Hooper 10 Allen Levy 152 Mase Lucas 222 Bernard Martin 143 Ken Orton 23 Bruce Peeso 40 Jeff Ripple 206 Jennifer Sauer 112 Maryann Schmidt 169 Jon Smith 194 Bill Turner 189 Li Wang 245 David Williams 7 Yu Zhou

PHOTOGRAPHY

172 Richard Auger 178 Michael Bryant 151 Micheal Paul Cole 166 Ellie Diez-Massaro 62 Shelagh Forrest 244 John Galbo 205 Clifton Henri 44 Cali Hobgood 199 William Lemke 2 Marius Moore 18 Amanda Murphy and John Murphy 48 Darren Olson 56 Daniel Powers 148 Mikel Robinson 69 John Scanlan 253 Garry Seidel 219 Paul Stevens 33 Greg Turco

PRINTMAKING

124 Michael Bond 36 John Costin 235 Kim Eubank 257 Chia Haruta 182 Jenny Henley 220 David Hunter 138 Gillian Kemper 207 Jillian Nickell 50 Stephen Sebastian 26 Grant Silverstein 12 Marina Terauds 63 Kreg Yingst

SCULPTURE

108 Albert Benedict 121 David Bryce 240 Josh Coté 53 David Figueroa 60 Larry Fox 251 Su Griggs Allen 107 Charles Hazelaar

WATERCOLOR

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WOOD

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JUDGES

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ach year, The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival judging panel consists of three independent judges from across the U.S., each renowned for his or her artistic credentials in various genres. In October of last year, the judges reviewed digital images from more than 1,100 applicants to select the 225 artists, along with three Emerging Artists, who would be invited to display their work. On the festival’s opening day, panelists separately visit each booth and select representative works that will move ahead to final judging. On Saturday morning, those pieces are assembled and evaluated by the group, and a consensus is reached on the winners. Emerging Artists were juried, but are not eligible for awards. The Best of Show, the Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation Award and the Morse Museum Award are presented for individual works. Awards are presented solely at the discretion of the judges. This year’s judges:  Kate Maury received a BFA from Kansas City Art Institute and an MFA from the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University. She lives in St. Paul, Minn., and is a full-time professor in the School of Art and Design at the University of Wisconsin-Stout. Most

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recently, she completed a residency at the International Ceramics School in Kecskemét, Hungary.  Phyllis Stapler earned a BFA in drawing and painting from the University of Georgia. She became known for her performance-art pieces in Athens, Atlanta and New York City. Her paintings of animals and plants are nationally recognized for their deductive compositions and flattened forms. She served as an artist in residence for the state of Georgia until 1996, when she relocated to Albuquerque, N.M. She remains in the Southwest, where she’s inspired daily by the abundance of wildlife she sees from her studio windows.  Blair Ward Doubet received an MFA in ceramics from the University of Oregon after completing undergraduate majors in art and philosophy. After teaching at Carl Sandburg College, he studied modern art history and contemporary art theory, and taught the history of art and history of ceramics at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Doubet then taught ceramics, design and art history at North Dakota State University, where he was coordinator for art and served as interim chairperson for the Department of Music and Art. He came to Tennessee Tech’s Appalachian Center for Craft in 1990, where he served as director until 2002. He’s now a TTU professor of art for foundations, teaching drawing and basic design. 


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ohn Carollo began studying watercolor at the University of North Texas under internationally renowned artist Rob Erdle. His initial goal of producing realistic works changed after a summer study trip to Europe. During that journey, and continuing upon his return, Carollo’s work took on an increasingly expressive, stylistic flair, conveying the mood, emotion and essence of a scene rather than a literal representation. His loose, free-flowing style allows the water and paint to often move on its own with minor guidance. It’s a technique he calls “controlled chaos.” The end result showcases watercolor’s unique properties of translucency and atmospheric effect. Since 2005, Carollo has shown his work at numerous venues in Texas and Georgia as well as Central Florida. Locally, exhibitions have been staged at the CityArts Factory, the Maitland Art Center, and the Mount Dora Center for the Arts as well as through a collaboration with Voci, a modern dance company. In 2007 and 2012, Carollo was awarded prestigious United Arts of Central Florida Artist Development Grants for his work with large-scale (over 6 feet) watercolor pieces and 3D kinetic sculpture. The latter area has been a continuing source of exploration for Carollo; his work has evolved from shaped paper-and-wire constructions to large suspended pieces created from hand-painted silk, twisted aluminum and stainless steel. Beginning in 2010, much of Carollo’s creative energy has gone into The Figure As Vehicle, a traveling, twoperson collaborative exhibition with sculptor Marsha De Broske that encompasses nearly 50 works, all of which feature the human figure in various interpretations. “The show portrays the body as a vehicle for conveying messages to the viewer through mood, contemplation, personal connection and understanding,” Carollo says. Carollo, who now lives and creates in Orlando, recently purchased property along Lake Killarney. He'll bring his studio back to Winter Park this year. 

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LEON THEODORE SCHOOLS EXHIBIT The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival has proudly showcased the artists and art-education programs of Orange County public and private schools since the event debuted in 1960. At the Leon Theodore Schools Exhibit, you’ll be amazed at the unique artwork created by these talented local students. The exhibit is named in memory of Leon Theodore, an artist, teacher and former member and president of the festival board. The student displays are located across the railroad tracks, opposite the stage. This year’s distinguished judges for highschool art are Kristin Congdon, a retired UCF professor of humanities and an expert on folk art, and Michael Galletta, a Valencia College professor of art and director of the school’s ceramics, sculpture and drawing program. A special thanks to the sponsors who support this exhibit, including the Galloway Foundation, Art Systems of Florida, Orange County Public Schools and The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival Foundation.

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Daffodils window, c. 1916. Leaded glass, Tiffany Studios, New York City. From the collection of The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art.

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six-week celebration of spring at the Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art begins with a free, three-day open house held in conjunction with The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival. The season of rebirth and renewal continues at the Morse with free admission, live music, tours and more on five consecutive Friday evenings, March 27 through April 24, when musicians and musical groups will play from 5 to 8 p.m. At 7 p.m., a Morse curator will lead a tour through the museum’s exhibition of the art and architectural objects that survive from Louis Comfort Tiffany’s Long Island home, Laurelton Hall. On April 10, programming also includes a family tour

of selected galleries and a demonstration on the art of leaded-glass windows and a free take-home art activity for children. In addition to the art festival and Friday night open houses, the museum also will offer free admission on Easter weekend April 3 through 5. For a complete schedule of spring events, visit morsemuseum.org. The Morse, located at 445 North Park Ave., is home to the world’s most comprehensive collection of works by American artist and designer Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848-1933). Through April, the museum’s hours are 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday and Saturday; 9:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday; and 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday. 56TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL 21


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ey kids! Join the fun and create a unique piece of artwork that you can take home and share with your family and friends. The Children’s Workshop Village is open each day of the festival — Friday, Saturday and Sunday — and it’s free. It’s located on the west side of the railroad tracks, just north of Morse Boulevard near the post office. Be sure to bring an adult with you so they can sign you in. Easel painting is always a popular activity, with more than 1,000 children and families participating each year. Kids get to paint a picture using the huge, outdoor easels that have been a part of the festival for 30-plus years. Easel painting hours are from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. In addition, museum and community partners are offering exciting, hands-on arts and crafts activities on all three days from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival Commission believes that children of all ages can develop a love and appreciation for art when they’re given an opportunity to explore their own creativity. The festival thanks United Cerebral Palsy and VSA Florida for expanding that opportunity this year by organizing a field trip to the event for disabled children. You can also see a display of artwork from the UCP School in this year’s Schools Exhibit. 

PARTICIPATING MUSEUMS

Continue your creative involvement through the many varied activities offered at these art centers, galleries and museums all year long.

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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

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

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March 2015 Dear Friends, On behalf of our comm unity, welcome to beau tiful Winter Park, the “City of Culture and Heritage .� We are very proud to host The 56th Winter Park Sidew alk Ar t Festival, a natio acclaimed event. Winte nallyr Park has a long tradit ion of embracing the ar community, and we are ts in our honored to suppor t on e of the most esteeme in the country. During d ar t festivals your visit, I know you wi ll encounter people fro United States as well m across the as abroad. I have been grateful to serve as Mayor of Winte r Park since 2009, and just completed my seco will have nd and final mayoral ter m when you read this me As I reflect on my six ye ssage. ars as Mayor, I feel ab undantly proud of our I am also extremely hu co mm unity. mbled by the foresight, service, and dedication forefathers, community of ou r leaders, city staff and residents. During your 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 Pa heritage, strong sense rk 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 ality of life to rs alike. Again, on behalf of the City Commission, our de dicated city staff, and of Winter Park, I hope the residents your visit is a pleasant and fun-filled experienc happy you have chosen e. We are to spend time with us and look forward to gre while you are enjoying eting you The 56th Winter Park Sid ewalk Ar t Festival.

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undreds of thousands of visitors to The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival will stroll past a bronze sculpture of a female figure playing the harp that for 30 years has been the centerpiece of Central Park’s Emily Fountain. Iconic Emily was also the cover model for this year’s festival poster. Many will admire the work’s tranquil beauty, and delight at how the woman’s delicate fingers are poised to pluck at harp strings formed by sprays of water. But fewer will know the back story. The original Emily was created by sculptor Albin Polasek (1879-1965) as a wedding gift for his second wife Emily Muska Polasek. The sculptor, who was born in Moravia (now the Czech Republic), moved to Winter Park in 1950. His lakeside home is now the Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens. Emily, whom Polasek married in 1961, was a vibrant Winter Park resident and leader in the arts community. She died in 1988 and was buried alongside her husband at Winter Park’s Palm Cemetery. The original Emily is on display at the museum. The Central Park version is a bronze reproduction that was a gift to the City of Winter Park from the Albin Polasek Foundation and The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival. The presentation was made in 1984 to honor the festival’s 25th anniversary. To learn more about Emily and the Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens, visit the museum at 633 Osceola Ave. or check out its website at polasek.org. 

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Steltenkamp Fine Art offers an exclusive, second-floor gallery filled with original paintings, sculpture, drawings and photography. This historic space is a relaxed, sophisticated setting where both novices and seasoned collectors can enjoy and purchase great works of art. Featured artist Julie Keaten-Reed’s work will be displayed in a solo show that opens March 20 and runs through April 16. The artist will be in attendance March 20 and 21 at the gallery.

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THE FOUNDATION FOUNDATION SUPPORTS EDUCATION AND APPRECIATION

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he Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival Foundation Inc. 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, the Image Review Workshop 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. This year, three scholarships were awarded at Rollins and three at UCF to students pursuing art-related majors. The foundation has received funding in 2014-15 from donations by the Winter Park-based Galloway Foundation, the Rotary Club of Winter Park and The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival. This year, United Cerebral Palsy and VSA Florida contributed resources to the Children's Workshop Village to make it more accessible to handicapped children. The festival’s board of directors contributed $10,000 to the foundation’s scholarship fund this year in memory of Mike Enoch, Lynn Hough, Rick Lang and Brian Phaneuf for their contributions to the longevity and success of the event. The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival Foundation Inc., a Florida not-for-profit corporation, was approved as a 501(c) 3 tax-exempt entity in 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 call 407-644-7207. 

Two 2014 judges, Jerry Allen Gilmore and Evan Wilson, conduct an Image Review Workshop.

Foundation Board Members: Hal Dowling, Linda Gill Guthrie, Monte Livermore, John King, Alice Moulton, Morna Robbins, Tom Sacha, Mercedes Wechsler, Carol Wisler, Sally Zarnowiec, Julie Zimmerman

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n annual tradition was started in 1969, when The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival’s Best of Show work was purchased by the Festival Committee and presented to the City of Winter Park as an expression of appreciation. This year, the prize-winning piece will be purchased from the artist for $10,000. It will be displayed along with the past winners at the Winter Park Public Library. Back in 1960, during the first festival, winning wasn’t as lucrative. The Best of Show, selected by a vote of festivalgoers, was an oil painting by Arnold Loren Hicks of DeLand. His grand prize was $40, which he promptly returned to the festival to help support the next year’s show. Hicks’ image of moss-laden trees along a shoreline had deteriorated over the years, prompting the festival to commission a replica, which was presented to the library. This true-to-life photographic reproduction was produced by Shelley Lake of Sky Lake Studios and framed by Baxter Matthews of Florida Frame House Gallery. You can see the winners over the years at the library. Pick up a brochure at the front desk and take a self-guided tour, or take a virtual tour by visiting the library’s website at wppl.org/wphistory/bestofshow/. Occasionally the library will sponsor a gallery walk that features one or more of the award-winning artists explaining their creations. Check with the library to see when the next gallery walk is scheduled. 

John King, president of The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival, presents a replica of the first Best of Show winner to Shawn Shaffer, executive director of the Winter Park Public Library.

MODERN MASTERS LG Art Gallery features selections of important contemporary and modern art from the expertly curated private collection of Louis Geys. Mr. Geys has more than 30 years’ experience as an avid collector and gallery owner in his native Antwerp, Belgium. These pieces are now available for public viewing and purchase. Specializing in original Abstract and Geometric Art from 1950-1990

Leonardo Nierman, Firebird (1975), oil on wood panel, 35” x 47”

Todd Gray, Life 2-Legacy of Larry Bradsky (1982), acrylic on canvas, 60” X 60”

Kes Zapkus, High Run (1979), oil and acrylic on canvas, 84 ¾” x 61 ½”

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2014 WINNERS

BEST OF SHOW PURCHASE AWARD ($10,000) Matthew Cornell, Orlando, Fla., Open Sea, Painting

10 AWARDS OF EXCELLENCE ($2,000)

EDYTH BUSH CHARITABLE FOUNDATION PURCHASE AWARD ($5,000)

Steven Olszewski, Pinckney, Mich., Meditation, Clay

Richard Auger, Summerfield, Fla., Lonely Palm, Photography Sandra Brewster, New Port Richey, Fla., My Marie, Glass Edson Campos, Winter Park, Fla., Parisian Flat, Drawings and Pastels Carolina Cleere, Tampa, Fla., Child of Nirvana, Mixed Media Richard Currier, Micco, Fla., 3 Mangoes in Color , Painting Robert Farrell, Venice, Fla., Bridge, Metal Samantha Freeman, Philadelphia, Penn., Peacock Brooch, Jewelry Cali Hobgood, Urbana, Ill., John Taylor’s Shirts, Photography John Whipple, Winter Park, Fla., Fetch, Sculpture Yu Zhou, Yardley, Penn., Fruit, Painting

MORSE MUSEUM AWARD ($2,500)

Aaron Hequembourg, Monticello, Ga., Thirst, Mixed Media

30 AWARDS OF MERIT ($500)

Kathrine Allen-Coleman, Jackson, Ga., Black Sheep, Mixed Media John and Erin Blackwell, High Ridge, Mo., Blackwell Signature Piece, Glass Chris Bruno, Lexington, Va., Moon Blindness, Mixed Media Paveen “Beer” Chunhaswasdikul, Gadsden, Ala., V-Twin Teapot, Clay Micheal Paul Cole, Hannibal, Mo., Bird Man Story of, Photography Candiss Cole-Footitt and Roger Footitt, Sedona, Ariz., San Moritz Princess Mandarin, Fiber Thomas Dumke, Stone Bank, Wisc., Bird’s Eye Maple Side Cabinet, Wood Randy Eckard, Blue Hill, Maine, Opening Light, Watercolor Jeff Eckert, Tampa, Fla., Pouring Over His Work, Graphics and Printmaking David Hunter, Winter Park, Fla., Stare Down, Graphics and Printmaking 20 AWARDS OF DISTINCTION ($1,000) Amy Flynn, Raleigh, N.C., Starflash Gordon, Mixed Media Stephen Bach, Orlando, Fla., Summer Afternoon, Painting Matthew Hatala, Danielsville, Ga., Black Palm, Wood James Barnes, Woolwine, Va., Fish River, Wood John Herbon, Saint Ignace, Mich., Black Copper Vessel, Clay David Burton, Indialantic, Fla., Lost, Mixed Media Aletha Jones, Madison, Wisc., Perfect Painting Habits, Watercolor John Costin, Tampa, Fla., Snowy Egret, Graphics and Olive Kraus, Hannibal, Mo., Trunk, Mixed Media Printmaking Sana and Munir Doumet, Clearwater, Fla., Lapis Necklace, Jewelry Ning Lee, Livingston, N.J., Cherry Blossoms in Blue Can, Painting William Lemke, Waukesha, Wisc., Angel Oak, Photography Charles Gatewood, Phenix City, Ala., Untitled, Painting Lynne Libby, Key Biscayne, Fla., Sea Grape, Drawings & Pastels Tim Hooper, Nashville, Tenn., Amazing Murphy, Painting Michael Madzo, Medora, N.D., So Deep a Sound, This Solitude, William Kidd, Miramar, Fla., Yellow Spore, Clay Mixed Media Birgit Kupke-Peyla, Salinas, Calif., Tomomi #2, Jewelry Clare Malloy, Chicago, Ill., Tobacco Barn, Dusk, Drawings and Pastels Toby McGee, Oklahoma City, Okla., Beachscape Vessel, Glass Stephen Noggle, Morganton, N.C., Ambrosia Maple Natural Trent Manning, Winter Haven, Fla., Man Made, Sculpture Edge Bowl , Wood Andrew Mosedale, Harwood, Md., Baxter Contemplating, Leslie Peebles, Alachua, Fla., Tree Hugger, Graphics and Printmaking Digital Art Bruce Peeso, Monson, Mass., Primary, Painting Lance and Vicki Munn, Bloomfield, Ind., Red River, Wood Amanda Murphy, Streamwood, Ill., The Crash of 1971, Photography John Petrey, Chattanooga, Tenn., Andrew, Sculpture Daniel Powers, Dayton, Ohio, Donegal Ponies, Photography Luke Proctor, Mt. Horeb, Wisc., Table 54, Metal Greg Roche, Watsonville, Calif., Grecian Urn Tote, Leather Mikel Robinson, Asheville, N.C., Sunset/Sunrise, Photography John and Carolyn Ruff, Springfield, Mo., Mokume Gane Bracelet, Stephen Sebastian, Thomasville, N.C., Intaglio Etching, Graphics and Printmaking Jewelry Michael Weber, Port St. Lucie, Fla., Flamingo Flirtations, Watercolor Andy Smith, Marshville, N.C., Palace of Ming the Merciless, Clay Warner Whitfield, Ocala, Fla., Perenial Hope Blush, Glass Lynn Whipple, Winter Park, Fla., Reasons We Love to Party, A. B. Word and Barrie Lynn Bryant, Kirby, Wyo., Unreadable, Mixed Media Russell Yerkes, Tarboro, N.C., What Were We Thinking, Watercolor Drawings and Pastels 28 56TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL


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ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY, MARCH 20

SATURDAY, MARCH 21

 4:30-4:45 p.m., Autumn Rae

SUNDAY, MARCH 22  10-10:45 a.m., Mike Petrovich

 10-10:45 a.m., Paint it Black (Classical)

 4:45-5:20 p.m., Cat Ridgeway  11-11:30 a.m., Orlando Children’s Choir  5:45-6:45 p.m., Kenny MacKenzie Trio

 11:15-11:45 a.m., Makeshift

 11:45 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Crooked Road Irish Band  Noon-12:30 p.m., Bach Children’s Choir

 7:15-9 p.m., Sisaundra Lewis

 12:45-1:45 p.m., Sidewalk Brass Plus

 12:45-1:30 p.m., Matt Weihmuller Jazz Band

 2-2:30 p.m., Biana Pinchuk

 1:45-2:30 p.m., Patchouli

 2:45-4 p.m., Rick Birkbeck and Friends

 3-5 p.m., Terry Myers Orchestra With a Tribute to Benny Goodman

 4:30-6 p.m., The Shades of Gray

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ENTERTAINMENT SISAUNDRA LEWIS Sisaundra Lewis is an accomplished artist who rose to stardom and gained global recognition after delivering showstopping performances on season six of NBC’s The Voice!’ Lewis’ accomplishments include appearances with Peabo Bryson and Celine Dion. Over the years, she’s also worked with such performers as Michael Bolton, George Duke, Sheila E., Gloria Estefan, Enrique Iglesias, Janet Jackson and Patti LaBelle. For 10 years, Lewis was the featured performer in Cirque du Soleil’s La Nouba. And her singing is showcased in the Oscar-nominated documentary, Sustaining Life, which she also narrated. You’ve probably heard Lewis and not even realized it. Her unmistakable voice has graced commercials for Folgers, Sprite, Sears and Arby’s, to name a few. Her debut single, “Shout,” rose to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart. Lewis, a mother of three, isn’t slowing down. Her recently launched Sisaundra Lewis Foundation is one of the ways the singer demonstrates her passion for helping others. Lewis has Polk County roots. The youngest of eight children, she grew up singing at Pillar of Zion and Church of God in Lake Hamilton, where her father, the Rev. Obie Lewis, was the pastor. She graduated from Haines City High School in 1987.

KENNY MACKENZIE

Known for their true jazz style, the Kenny MacKenzie Trio has played weekly gigs at such esteemed jazz venues as New York City’s Arthur’s Tavern, Louis 649 and Café Creole, to name a few, with spotlight performances at Kavehaz, Birdland and Triad. Originally from Long Island, MacKenzie's keyboard prowess has attracted collaborators that include some of the best players in the Big Apple’s thriving jazz scene. For performances in Florida, MacKenzie has formed a new trio with a stellar lineup. Bassist John Pellegrinio has worked with a who’s who of jazz legends, including Mel Torme, Zoot Simms, Clark Terry, Sammy Davis Jr., The Dorsey Brothers, Hendrix & Ross, Urbie Green, Dave McKenna and even Willie “The Lion” Smith. The drum chair rotates between in-demand musicians such as Ray Winer, Jay Messick and Barry Smith. Improvisational, relaxed and crisp are words that sum up the sounds of the Kenny MacKenzie Trio.

MATT WEIHMULLER Matt Weihmuller is a jazz saxophonist who earned his B.A. and his M.A. in music from Florida State University. He was a member of the FSU Jazz Ensemble I and, as a member of various jazz combos, was a regular performer at various Tallahassee venues. Weihmuller recently relocated to the Tampa area, where he’s the saxophone and jazz instructor at the Patel Conservatory at the David A. Straz Jr. Center for the Performing Arts. He also tours with several groups playing music in a variety of genres. Those groups include the Matt Weihmuller Jazz Trio and Quartet, Phase Five and UNRB, a seven-piece band whose repertoire includes elements of funk, jazz, rock and reggae. He performs locally with other jazz ensembles and wedding bands when his schedule permits. Weihmuller is also a composer, and uses specialized music technology for the blind. His greatest personal goal, however, is to champion the cause of increasing Braille music literacy for young blind musicians. 32 56TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL


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he Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival’s Emerging Artist Program, founded in 1977, encourages new artists to participate in the world of outdoor festivals at no cost. Emerging Artists, who are selected through the same juried process as all of the event’s participating artists, will have the opportunity to make sales and get feedback from art patrons and judges. While Emerging Artists aren’t eligible for prizes, the exposure and the experience is invaluable. This year, three artists were selected for the program.

TOM CALANO

Tom Calano, “T.C.” for short, fell in love with photography at age 11, when his grandparents introduced him to the magic of instant Polaroid images. Calano spent 25 years as an engineering CAD design professional in the aerospace, manufacturing, entertainment and energy industries. Initially, the work drew him away from his childhood passion. Then, when he began using photography in his work, the passion was reignited. With the Polaroid now a relic, Calano today shoots with a Nikon D300, capturing life, people and the world at large while creating art along the way. In addition to photography, Calano loves playing the trumpet, outdoor adventure, antique cars and bowling. He also enjoys great conversation and loves hearing other peoples’ stories — so stop by his booth and share a good story with him. Originally from Long Island, Calano has lived in Florida since 1979 and has called Orlando his home since 2010. Hometown: Orlando, Fla. Email: cmt381@gmail.com Website: facebook.com/calano.imagery Booth Number: 185

NANCY GRIST

Born and raised in the Midwest, Grist studied fine art at the University of Wisconsin as well as architecture and sculpture at the University of Minnesota, where she received her Masters of Architecture degree in 2000. A “maker” her whole life, Grist now complements her architectural practice with a healthy dose of creative expression, working primarily in pastel. 38 56TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

Influenced by her interests in architecture and sailing, her gestural approach focuses on understanding figural and structural form, qualities of light and color and subjects at play. She’s inspired by the fresh waters of inland lakes and the people who enjoy them, exploring ideas of balance, strength of center and connection through the use of poised form in play, pursuit or prayer. Grist lives, sails and paints in Minneapolis. Now that her daughters are off to college, she enjoys devoting more time to her artistic practice. Hometown: Minneapolis, Minn. Email: gristarts@gmail.com Website: nancygrist.com Booth Number: 186

SPENCER WARLICK

A Florida boy at heart, Warlick grew up surrounded by the landscape and wildlife that he loves and, above all, loves to photograph, capturing rare and unexpected moments. Warlick’s passion for all things Florida began when he was very young. “My childhood was pretty simple,” he says. “The hours I wasn’t in school were spent outside, and the hours I spent in school were spent staring out the window wishing I was outside.” He says he “truly embraced what Florida had to offer growing up; there was never a dull moment, and I most certainly never had a reason to be indoors.” Warlick graduated from Winter Park High School and earned his degree in historic preservation and community planning from the College of Charleston. While living in the Low Country, he fostered his love of architecture and knack for designing homes. He currently owns his own design/build firm, Warlick Design & Construction, in Winter Park. Hometown: Winter Park, Fla. Email: spencerwarlick@me.com Website: spencerwarlickphotography.com Booth Number: 187


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DOGGIE ART festival Sunday, April 12th 10:00am-4:00pm

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Paul Jeselskis Michigan City, Ind. email@pauljeselskis.com pauljeselskis.com Booth 67

Paveen “Beer� Chunhaswasdikul Gadsden, Ala. beerspottery@gmail.com beers-pottery.com Booth 38

Michael Kahn and Mieko Kahn Greenbush, Mich. kahnmichael@sbcglobal.net Booth 155

Patrick Dragon Marquette, Mich. patrick@dragonclaystudio.com dragonclaystudio.com Booth 114

Robert Kastrinos Orlando, Fla. rkastrinos@aol.com myspace.com/rkastrinos/photos Booth 125

Karen Fincannon Tucker, Ga. karen@karenfincannon.com karenfincannon.com Booth 147

William Kidd Miramar, Fla. claydr47@aol.com williamkiddceramics.com Booth 55

John Herbon Saint Ignace, Mich. johnherbonpottery@hotmail.com johnherbonpottery.com Booth 16

Tim Ludwig DeLand, Fla. tludwig5@cfl.rr.com timludwigclayart.com Booth 35

Mina Heuslein Port Orange, Fla. mina-pottery@bellsouth.net potterybymina.com Booth 246

Vadim Malkin Orlando, Fla. info@vadimmalkin.com vadimmalkin.com Booth 238

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GALLERY CLAY continued Gail Markiewicz Woodbridge, Conn. clayplay15@yahoo.com gmceramicart.com Booth 118

Cheryl Mackey Smith Winter Park, Fla. im4kidsart@earthlink.net cmackeysmith.com Booth 226

Pat McCaffrey Winterville, Ga. swampware@hotmail.com facebook.com/swampwarepottery.1 Booth 216

Gregory Story Chicago, Ill. storygregory@gmail.com gregorystory.com Booth 201

Marti Mocahbee Staunton, Va. mmocahbee7@gmail.com martimocahbee.com Booth 19

Jonathan White South Portland, Maine jwhite01@maine.rr.com oddinq.com Booth 242

DIGITAL ART Jim Parmentier and Shirl Parmentier Mars Hill, N.C. parmentierpottery@mac.com parmentierpottery.com Booth 5

Jason Brueck Nashville, Tenn. jrbphilly@yahoo.com alterimages.net Booth 127

Ilene Phelan Lakeland, Fla. iphelan@trifactor.com studioart.us.com Booth 130

Tanya Doskova Phoenix, Ariz. tanya@fineartoncanvas.com fineartoncanvas.com Booth 135

Michael Schwegmann Bement, Ill. michael@schwegmannstudios.com schwegmannstudios.com Booth 180

Kate Harrold Nashville, Tenn. kate@kateharrold.com kateharrold.com Booth 250

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GALLERY DIGITAL ART continued Vic Lee Eagle, Idaho stvictordiaries@hotmail.com stvictordiaries.com Booth 163

Erin Curry Dallas, Texas biologygirl86@gmail.com ecurryart.com Booth 211

Andrew Mosedale Harwood, Md. trixf64@gmail.com andrewmosedale.com Booth 15

Roland Descombes Fern Park, Fla. roland@arch-art.com rolanddescombes.net Booth 190

Laird Myer Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. laird@lairdvue.com lairdvue.com Booth 202

Jeff Eckert Tampa, Fla. bagenius85@aol.com jeffeckertpencilart.com Booth 123

Lou Zale Deerfield, Ill. louzale@gmail.com louzale.com Booth 58

Vicki Jones Belle Isle, Fla. vjonesy@yahoo.com vickimjones.com Booth 181

DRAWING & PASTELS Jack Brumbaugh Tracys Landing, Md. jgae@comcast.net jackbrumbaugh.com Booth 243

Robin Lauersdorf Monona, Wisc. robin@alumniartwork.com alumniartwork.com Booth 34

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

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

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GALLERY DRAWING & PASTELS continued Collin Margerum Winter Springs, Fla. cmmargerum@gmail.com collinmargerum.com Booth 131

Richard Wilson Greenville, N.C. richart71@aol.com richardwilsonart.com Booth 247

Ellen Marshall Ybor City, Fla. cowpainter@mac.com ellenmarshall.com Booth 198

R. Michael Wommack Langhorne, Penn. wommackstudios@comcast.net wommackstudios.com Booth 42

EMERGING ARTISTS Bernard Martin Winter Park, Fla. bernardmartinzart@gmail.com bernardmartin.com Booth 223

Thomas Calano Orlando, Fla. cmt381@gmail.com facebook.com/calano.imagery Booth 185

James (Michael) Nemnich Indialantic, Fla. nemo@cfl.rr.com nemnichart.com Booth 21

Nancy Grist Minneapolis, Minn. gristarts@gmail.com nancygrist.com Booth 186

Lawrence Packard Winter Haven, Fla. l_packar@bellsouth.net packardnauticalart.com Booth 116

Spencer Warlick Winter Park Fla. spencerwarlick@me.com spencerwarlickphotography.com Booth 187

FIBER Beau Stahl Pensacola, Fla. stahl-art@cox.net Booth 14

Miriam Carter Dublin, N.H. mcarterfelt@yahoo.com miriamcarter.com Booth 122

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GALLERY FIBER continued

GLASS Leah Dziewit Maple City, Mich. leahdziewit@earthlink.net Booth 126

Brian Becher Columbus, Ohio brianbecher@mac.com brianbecher.com Booth 142

Lynn Langhoff Lafayette, La. lslanghoff@gmail.com louisianacrafts.org/artistdirectory/ lynn-langhoff Booth 68

Sandra Brewster Holiday, Fla. moonbayglass@yahoo.com Booth 252

Gloria Lewis Chatsworth, Calif. glsilks@yahoo.com glorialewissilks.com Booth 161

Dylan Engler Granville, Ohio info@englerglass.com englerglass.com Booth 258

Libby Mitchell Charleston, S.C. addlibbdesigns@gmail.com addlibb.com Booth 29

Jeremy Griffith and Chelsea Griffith Henrietta, N.Y. me@delishglass.com delishglass.com Booth 41

Kyoung-Joa Park Rochelle Park, N.J. kjdesigns@verizon.net Booth 231

Jaye Houle Tallahassee, Fla. jaye@jayehouleglass.com jayehouleglass.com Booth 159

Maureen Roberts and Michael Lubin New York, N.Y. momosoho@gmail.com etsy.com/shop/momosoho Booth 254

Phillip Nolley Staunton, Va. pnolley1@yahoo.com www.phillipnolley.com Booth 1

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GALLERY GLASS continued Wesley Rasko Toronto, Ontario wesleyrasko321@hotmail.com www.wnrglass.com Booth 174

Mark Sudduth Cleveland Heights, Ohio m.sudduth@sbcglobal.net sudduthglass.com Booth 164

David Russell Camden, S.C. russellartglass@bellsouth.net russellartglass.com Booth 133

Warner Whitfield and Beatriz Kelemen Ocala, Fla. warnerwhitfield@mac.com whitfielddesigns.com Booth 9

JEWELRY Andrew Shea Minneapolis, Minn. sheaglass@aol.com sheaglass.com Booth 24

Amy Beeler Oregon, Ohio amybeeler2@aol.com amybeeler.com Booth 193

Marianne Shepardson Black Mountain, N.C. shepardsonstudios@gmail.com shepardsonstudios.com Booth 111

Viviana Bonanomi Santamarina Petaluma, Calif. vivitus@gmail.com Booth 128

Douglas Sigwarth and Renee Sigwarth River Falls, Wisc. dsigwarth@msn.com sigwarthglass.com Booth 214

Ann Marie Cianciolo Milwaukee, Wisc. ann@annsjewelry.com annsjewelry.com Booth 256

Thomas Spake Chattanooga, Tenn. thomasspake@gmail.com thomasspakestudios.com Booth 153

Megan Clark Raleigh, N.C. mcmetal24@gmail.com meganclarkjewelry.com Booth 20

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GALLERY JEWELRY continued Michael Dandrea St. Petersburg, Fla. dandreamichael@aol.com Booth 120

Birgit Kupke-Peyla Salinas, Calif. kupkepeyla@sbcglobal.net kupkepeyla.com Booth 28

Suzanna Dimarco and Mark Ferguson Naples, Fla. info@suzannadimarco.com suzannadimarco.com Booth 218

Sandy Lent Lake Mary, Fla. sandylent@aol.com sandysbeads.com Booth 165

Sana Doumet and Munir Doumet Clearwater, Fla. sdoumet@tampabay.rr.com sanadoumet.com Booth 101

Dana Melnick and David Melnick New York, N.Y. dmelnick127@gmail.com danadavid.com Booth 6

Kate Rothra Fleming Charleston, S.C. krfglass@gmail.com katerothrafleming.com Booth 200

Christian Nevin Apopka, Fla. kellyjbutera@gmail.com cndesigns.com Booth 115

Samantha Freeman Philadelphia, Penn. sfdesign@comcast.net samanthafreemandesign.com Booth 176

Jay Nielsen Minneapolis, Minn. nielsenmetals@yahoo.com jaynielsenjewelry.com Booth 144

Kim Koch Oshkosh, Wisc. kim@kimkoch.com kimkoch.com Booth 66

Sharon Rosenthal Philadelphia, Penn. sharonrosenthal@verizon.net sharonrosenthaldesign.com Booth 154

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GALLERY JEWELRY continued Michelangelo Stanchi Santa Fe, N.M. lk@lalunadikala.com lalunadikala.com Booth 234

Horace Thomas and Shawn Thomas Belton, Texas thomasleathers@gmail.com thomasleatherstudio.com Booth 170

Michael Vagner Eugene, Ore. mickandnurit@gmail.com nuritandmickarts.com Booth 229

Alberto Toro Maryville, Tenn. cuerotoro@gmail.com cuerotoro.com Booth 212

LEATHER

METAL Michelle LaLonde and Michael LaLonde Scotia, N.Y. mlalonde@nycap.rr.com michellelalondeaccessories.com Booth 237

Robert Farrell Venice, Fla. joesilversmith@verizon.net farrellsilver.com Booth 102

James Perry and Rombye Perry Greeneville, Tenn. rombye.perry@century21.com cordwainerleather.com Booth 249

Pat Juneau Scott, La. pat@psjuneau.com psjuneau.com Booth 37

Greg Roche Watsonville, Calif. rocheleather@earthlink.net rocheleather.com Booth 11

Merri Pattinian Kissimmee, Fla. harryrp@verizon.net Booth 196

Rudy Tell Cosby, Tenn. rudytell@bellsouth.net Booth 184

Luke Proctor Mount Horeb, Wisc. lproctoriron@yahoo.com lproctorironworks.com Booth 32

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GALLERY METAL continued Alex Santamarina Petaluma, Calif. clubmersa@hotmail.com Booth 129

Lisa Ashinoff Virginia Beach, Va. info@lisaashinoff.com lisaashinoff.com Booth 117

Ron Schmidt Tequesta, Fla. ronoriginals@msn.com ronoriginals.com Booth 61

Maria Ciucur and Valentin Ciucur Dale City, Va. mariaciucur@yahoo.com www.facebook.com/mariaciucuriconography Booth 110

Chris Seeman Cincinnati, Ohio cseeman8@gmail.com Booth 49

Carolina Cleere Tampa, Fla. carol@carolinacleere.com carolinacleere.com Booth 57

Frank Strunk St. Petersburg, Fla. frank@frankstrunk.com frankstrunk.com Booth 149

Kina Crow Allison Park, Penn. kinacrow@gmail.com www.kinacrow.com Booth 179

MIXED MEDIA - 2D Meyer Abrams Peachtree City, Ga. meyerabrams@me.com Booth 241

Deborah DuPont Shiner, Texas Art4vida@hotmail.com art4vida.wix.com/deborah-dupont Booth 183

Will Armstrong Richmond, Va. will_armstrong@me.com willarmstrongart.com Booth 236

Benjamin Frey Buena Vista, Va. benjaminfreyart@gmail.com benjaminfrey.com Booth 141

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GALLERY MIXED MEDIA - 2D continued Maggie Genova-Cordovi Coral Gables, Fla. maggie@maggiegenova-cordovi.com maggiegenova-cordovi.com Booth 227

Agnes Rathonyi Evanston, Ill. agnesart@sympatico.ca rathonyifineart.com Booth 162

Leah Gillette Largo, Fla. leah@leahgillette.com textileabstracts.com Booth 175

Suzy Scarborough Columbia, S.C. suzyscarborough@mac.com suzyscarborough.com Booth 52

Aaron Hequembourg Monticello, Ga. info@bigwhitedog.net bigwhitedog.net Booth 132

Kale Van Leeuwen Shawnee, Kan. khvanleeuwen@hotmail.com vankale.com Booth 158

Stacia Holllmann Deland, Fla. shollmann@mac.com staciahollmann.com Booth 203

Damien Younce Chattanooga, Tenn. damienyounce@yahoo.com damienyounce.com Booth 217

MIXED MEDIA - 3D Ynon Mabat Longwood, Fla. mabatart@gmail.com mabat-art.com Booth 106

David Burton Indialantic, Fla. davidwburtonart@gmail.com davidburtonartwork.com Booth 156

Michael Madzo Medora, N.D. Madzoo@aol.com michaelmadzo.com Booth 146

Amy Flynn Raleigh, N.C. amy@ifobot.com ifobot.com Booth 136

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GALLERY MIXED MEDIA - 3D continued

PAINTING

Beverly Hayden Chattanooga, Tenn. beverlylaughs@gmail.com beverlyhayden.com Booth 39

Linda Apriletti Miami Springs, Fla. miamiLin@aol.com lindaapriletti.com Booth 134

Trent Manning Winter Haven, Fla. tm2art@yahoo.com trentmanningstudio.com Booth 47

Stephen Bach Orlando, Fla. stephenbach1@aol.com stephenbach.com Booth 150

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

Barbara Baron Miami Lakes, Fla. babagrap@comcast.net babagraphics.net Booth 109

Joel Pinkerton Louisville, N.C. joel.pinkerton@gmail.com joelpinkerton.20m.com Booth 192

Bert Beirne Flowery Branch, Ga. 8beirne@gmail.com bertbeirne.com Booth 215

Michael Thiele and Joah Thiele Flagstaff, Ariz. info@hardwoodmusic.net hardwoodmusiccompany.com Booth 119

Beth Bojarski Milwaukee, Wisc. bethbojarski@hotmail.com bethbojarski.com Booth 103

Pavlina Alea Miami, Fla. pavlinaalea@gmail.com pavlinaalea.com Booth 213

John Booth Minneapolis, Minn. booth.john@att.net masongraphics.net Booth 46

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GALLERY PAINTING continued Joseph Bradley Greenville, S.C. info@josephbradleystudio.com josephbradleystudio.com Booth 191

Jeffrey Dix Longwood, Fla. jdix@dixlathrop.com jeffdixlandscapes.com Booth 204

James Carter Southbury, Conn. carterairbrush@aol.com jamescarterstudio.blogspot.com Booth 152

Greg Freeman Lake Mary, Fla. gregfreemanart@gmail.com gregfreemanart.com Booth 232

KC Collins Charleston, S.C. kclynn818@yahoo.com kccollinsart.com Booth 30

Charles Gatewood Phenix City, Ala. cbgatewood@gmail.com Booth 25

Richard Currier Micco, Fla. rcurrierart@aol.com www.richardcurrierart.com Booth 259

Signe Grushovenko and Genna Grushovenko Greenville, S.C. sgrushovenko@gmail.com grushovenko.com Booth 145

Rey D’Alfonso Miami, Fla. patricia@reyalfonsostudio.com reyalfonsostudio.com Booth 59

Tim Hooper Nashville, Tenn. hooper@mrhooperart.com mrhooperart.com Booth 65

Dave DeLaCruz Tampa, Fla. daveinsta@hotmail.com davedelacruz.com Booth 239

Allen Levy Woodbridge, Va. allen@allenlevystudios.com allenlevystudios.com Booth 10

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GALLERY PAINTING continued Mase Lucas Scaly Mountain, N.C. maselucas@frontier.com maselucas.com Booth 152

Maryann Schmidt Galway, N.Y. schmidt6720@aol.com maschmidt.com Booth 112

Bernard Martin Winter Park, Fla. Bernardmartinzart@gmail.com bernardmartin.com Booth 222

Jon Smith Clearwater, Fla. jon@jonsmithart.com jonsmithart.com Booth 169

Ken Orton Venice, Fla. susanorton@kenortongallery.com kenortongallery.com Booth 143

Bill Turner Newnan, Ga. bturner@charter.net billturner.net Booth 194

Bruce Peeso Monson, Mass. bpeeso@comcast.net backroadsgallery2.homestead.com Booth 23

Li Wang Palm Coast, Fla. liwang_56@hotmail.com liwangart.com Booth 189

Jeff Ripple Micanopy, Fla. jeff@jeffrippleart.com jeffrippleart.com Booth 40

David Williams St. Petersburg, Fla. painterwilliams@me.com painterwilliams.com Booth 245

Jennifer Sauer Winter Park, Fla. jensauer@cfl.rr.com jensauerart.blogspot.com Booth 206

Yu Zhou Yardley, Pa. Jeffyuzhou@hotmail.com zhouyufinearts.com Booth 7

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GALLERY PHOTOGRAPHY Richard Auger Orlando, Fla. richard@richardauger.com richardauger.com Booth 172

Clifton Henri Chicago, Ill. clif@cliftonhenri.com cliftonhenri.com Booth 205

Michael Bryant Atlanta, Ga. mb@michael-bryant.com michael-bryant.com Booth 178

Cali Hobgood Urbana, Ill. cali@photographsbycali.com photographsbycali.com Booth 44

Micheal Paul Cole Hannibal, Mo. cole@michealpaulcole.com michealpaulcole.com Booth 151

William Lemke Waukesha, Wisc. williamf.lemke@gmail.com billlemke.com Booth 199

Ellie Diez-Massaro Winter Park, Fla. elliephoto@cfl.rr.com elliediezmassaro.com Booth 166

Marius Moore Gulfport, Fla. mariusmoor@aol.com mariusmoore.com Booth 2

Shelagh Forrest Gainesville, Fla. sacredspiritphotography@yahoo.com Booth 62

Amanda Murphy and John Murphy Streamwood, Ill. amanda@amandamurphyphotography.com amandamurphyphotography.com Booth 18

John Galbo Saginaw, Mich. jgalbo@impressionistic.com impressionistic.com Booth 244

Darren Olson Minneapolis, Minn. darrenolson@comcast.net darrenolson.com Booth 48

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GALLERY PHOTOGRAPHY continued

PRINTMAKING

Daniel Powers Dayton, Ohio dan@powersfineartphoto.com powersfineartphoto.com Booth 56

Michael Bond River Falls, Wisc. contact@michaelbondetchings.com michaelbondetchings.com Booth 124

Mikel Robinson Asheville, N.C. mrobinsonstudio@gmail.com mikelrobinson.com Booth 148

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

John Scanlan Glenwood, Iowa. john@scanlan.com scanlan.com Booth 69

Kim Eubank Richmond, Va. kimeubankarts@gmail.com kimeubank.com Booth 235

Garry Seidel Davie, Fla. Sartphoto@aol.com Booth 253

Chia Haruta Hanover, Mich. charuta@frontiernet.net Booth 257

Paul Stevens Achilles, Va. cbphoto4u@yahoo.com Booth 219

Jenny Henley Acworth, Ga. jenny@henleystudios.com henleystudios.com Booth 182

Greg Turco Jefferson, Ga. greg.turco@gmail.com turcophotography.com Booth 33

David Hunter Winter Park, Fla. dhunterartist@hotmail.com hunterprintmaking.com Booth 220

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GALLERY PRINTMAKING continued

SCULPTURE

Gillian Kemper Oklahoma City, Okla. gilldk@juno.com Booth 138

Albert Benedict Whitewater, Wisc. benedictsculpture@gmail.com Booth 108

Jillian Nickell Chicago, Ill. jill@jilliannickell.com jilliannickell.com Booth 207

David Bryce Great Barrington, Mass. flycreek@bcn.net flycreekstudio.com Booth 121

Stephen Sebastian Thomasville, N.C. etch77@northstate.net Booth 50

Josh CotĂŠ Louisiana, Mo. joshcotesculpture@gmail.com facebook.com/cotefinesculpture Booth 240

Grant Silverstein Mansfield, Penn. gms4@npacc.net grantsilverstein.com Booth 26

David Figueroa Sanford, Fla. daviddavidsculpture@mail.com daviddavidsculpture.com Booth 53

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

Larry Fox Omena, Mich. larryfoxstudio@yahoo.com lfoxstudio.com Booth 60

Kreg Yingst Pensacola, Fla. kregyingst@cox.net kregyingst.com Booth 63

Su Griggs Allen Sarasota, Fla. finney6@verizon.net sugriggsallen.com Booth 251

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GALLERY SCULPTURE continued Charles Hazelaar Cape Canaveral, Fla. cahazelaar@aol.com charleshazelaarstudio.com Booth 107

Eugene Perry Philadelphia, Penn. eugeneperry31@hotmail.com eugeneperry.com Booth 260

Susan Livingston Lutz, Fla. paleaoclay2@earthlink.net clayandfossils.com Booth 248

Gabriel Puyana Orlando, Fla. puyanas@embarqmail.com Booth 173

Brianna Martray Pittsburgh, Penn. brianna@briannamartray.com briannamartray.com Booth 221

Rosalia Riera Miami, Fla. rosalia_riera@hotmail.com rosaliariera.com Booth 225

Katherine Mathisen Ocoee, Fla. kamathisen@bellsouth.net www.katherinemathisen.com Booth 4

Kostas Ulevicius St. Petersburg, Fla. kostasu@yahoo.com Booth 233

Nnamdi Okonkwo Fayetteville, Ga. nnamdi@nnamdiart.com www.nnamdiart.com Booth 188

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

Steven Olszewski Pinckney, Mich. spolszewski@gmail.com facebook.com/stevenolszewskisculpture Booth 43

Mark Winter Milwaukee, Wisc. winterweld@hotmail.com theworksofmarkandbeth.blogspot.com Booth 104

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GALLERY WATERCOLOR Krista Berman Winter Park, Fla. kristaberman@yahoo.com mcraeartstudios.com Booth 3

Farhana Hussain and Rod Hemming Buchanan, Va. farhanaartist@gmail.com Booth 13

Gary Curtis Woodstock, Ga. garydcurtis47@comcast.net garycurtiswatercolors.com Booth 105

Aletha Jones Madison, Wisc. zapp@alethajones.com alethajones.com Booth 17

Randy Eckard Blue Hill, Maine artvan081@myfairpoint.net randyeckardpaintings.com Booth 197

M Kemper Oklahoma City, Okla. kemper26@hotmail.com kemperarts.webs.com Booth 255

ZL Feng Radford, Va. zfeng@radford.edu zlfeng.com Booth 137

William Kwamena-Poh Savannah, Ga. william.kofiakwa@gmail.com williamkfineart.com Booth 140

Virginia Fergus Atlanta, Ga. vsfergus@gmail.com facebook.com/vsfergus Booth 224

Dennis Stuart New Milford, Conn. dwstuart10@gmail.com Booth 177

Robert Flowers Summerfield, N.C. rflowers@triad.rr.com Booth 230

Taman VanScoy Long Beach, Calif. taman@tamanvanscoy.com tamanvanscoy.com Booth 31

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GALLERY WATERCOLOR continued Michael Weber Port St. Lucie, Fla. weberwatercolors@earthlink.net weberwatercolors.net Booth 27

David Hadden Morristown, Tenn. davidhadden@woodchipsintn.com woodchipsintn.com Booth 209

Russell Yerkes Tarboro, N.C. yerkesworks@gmail.com Booth 51

Shaari Horowitz and Alistair Jones Sharon, Conn. shaari@msn.com shaarihorowitz.com Booth 168

Bryan Yung Rockville, Va. artwork@bryanyung.com bryanyung.com Booth 208

John Mascoll Safety Harbor, Fla. jjmascoll@verizon.net Booth 64

James Barnes Woolwine, Va. 2edbarnes4@gmail.com Booth 22

Lance Munn and Vicki Munn Bloomfield, Ind. lance@viclan.com viclan.com Booth 171

Thomas Dumke Stone Bank, Wisc. tom@thomaswilliamfurniture.com thomaswilliamfurniture.com Booth 113

Janet O’Rourke and Jay O’ Rourke Cocoa, Fla. janetjayo@gmail.com janetorourkedesigns.com Booth 100

Matt Estrada Rockvale, Tenn. churpmodern@gmail.com churpmodern.etsy.com Booth 228

Greg Thomas-Moore Deltona, Fla. gntm@hotmail.com tlwbc.com Booth 139

WOOD

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PATRONS PLATINUM

GOLD

Marie Schiavi and Donna Loggie

BankUnited

William and Susan Yarmuth

SILVER Mary and Buck Adkins Allen and Peggy Amos Minter Byrd Commerce National Bank & Trust/Ray Colado Buddy and Paula Eidel Randy and Kathy Elliott

Lief and Jan Erickson Dykes and Lisa Everett Will and Molly Fulghom Dr. Robert and Mrs. Anne Goldstein Robert and Madeline Gordon Wayne and Patricia Jones

Phil Kean and Brad Grosberg Kathy Phillips Dan and Carla Priehs Preston and Christine Richmond Dick and Louise Weiner Mike and Gail Winn

BRONZE Dr. Michael Abufaris and Mrs. Patrice Abufaris Louise Alimahomed Aloma Title Company Wil and Laura Armstrong Sarah Arnold Sheila Arnold Sabrina Balthazor Jim and Gail Baxter Kathy Benham Dr. Kimberly Besuden Morris and Carolyn Bird Carter and Jan Bowman C&H Auto Service Rick Caccavello Nancy Calhoun Linda Camp Janet Charity & Susan Cochran Delos and Beth Clift Thomas and Gail Colman Steve and Claudia Cook Mark and Laura Cosgrove John and Kay Custis Cynthia DerHagopian Duncan and Lael DeWahl The Hon. Alan Dickey and Mrs. Laurie Dickey Jeff and Judy Doster Steve and Joan Elker Rich and Carol Ellis Georgia Ellison Janice Farnsworth Greg and Laura Fogleman Bill and Ucola Forness

Lamont and Lynda Garber Jean Gillen and Ray Case Steve and Diane Goll Debbie Greear Scott A. Greenberg, M.D. / Lakemont Plastic Surgery & Laser Center John and Barbara Gugel Bill and Linda Guthrie Bob and Betty Hartnett Roger and Ann Hauck Mike and Kristi Hlavek Woody and Netta Igou Dan Iosue and Louise Sprimont Michael and Aimee Kakos Marc and Henrietta Katzen Ruth Kazeck Jim and Pat Kermes Douglas and Elaine Kerr John and Linda King Bob Klettner Richard and Wendy Kozak Mark and Ellen Lang Sal and Susan Lanza Ken and Cindy LaRoe Bob and Jan Leaman Monte Livermore Ron and Marilyn Lowry Paul and Stacey Manos Congressman John Mica and Mrs. Pat Mica Albert and Maija Michejda Tom and Carol Miller

PATRON TENT SPONSORS

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Lynn Minkow Jim and Carole Moreland Alice Moulton Dave Owen/ImageServe Dr. Daniel Patel and Dr. Tanvi Kamdar Virginia Peterson Morna Robbins Dr. Scott Rotatori Dolly Rote and Katrina Rote Lawrence Paul S. Saint-Pierre and Lilia Lima Drew and Amy Samelson Harold Scherr Hal and Claire Schmidt Tony and Robbye Schroeder David and Pamela Schulte James G. Shepp in Memory of Lynn Hough Jean Sprimont Denis and Sue Springer Kimberly Sterling and Brian Stehli Bill and Leslie Stern Pamela Stewart David Stone and Keith Newhouse Amy Thrasher and Bill Nethery Rob Turner and T. Jay York Mark and Lyn Williams Dr. Jack Wilson and Mrs. Amy Wilson Carol Wisler Dr. Wayne and Ms. Ellen Wolfson Bruce and Michaelle Woodruff Sally Zarnowiec Steven and Julie Zimmerman Edward and Phyllis Zissman


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THANK YOU

The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival Board congratulates Sam Jones, Park Maintenance Chief for the City of Winter Park, as he celebrates 40 years of service. We appreciate all that he has done for the festival.

Thank You Friends of the Festival

The Alfond Inn The Ancient Olive Art Systems of Florida Denise Autorino, Passport to Park Avenue Peggy Amos Beachamp Design Bocelli Inc., Garden Center Casa Feliz Commerce National Bank & Trust Costco David and Jennifer Foley, Pocket Program Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation Enzian Theater Fifth Third Bank Florida Hospital The Galloway Foundation Geico George’s Gourmet Cookies/ Classic Creations Catering Inc. Happy Birthday, Morris

Seminole State College Volunteers ImageServe St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church Kappa Delta Pi Shake Shack Shelley Lake, Sky Lake Studios UCF Honors College Magic 107.7 FM University High School Beta Club Baxter Matthews, Florida Frame House Gallery United Cerebral Palsy The Mayflower Retirement Community VSA, Florida (Very Special Arts) Minter Byrd WFTV, Eyewitness News 9 Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art The Wine Barn The New York Times The Winter Park Boat Tour Orchids by John Pankey The Winter Park Chamber of Commerce O’Stromboli Italian Eatery Winter Park Community Redevelopment Agency Oviedo High School Beta Club The City of Winter Park Oz Media Winter Park Country Club The Park Press Winter Park High School Volunteers Phil Kean Design Group The Winter Park Land Co. Red Rocket Studios Winter Park Magazine Rogue Pub Winter Park Pedestrian & Bicycle Advisory Board Rotary Club of Winter Park WUCF The Spice and Tea Exchange

And all of our enthusiast and dedicated Festival volunteers 64 56TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL


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Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival 2015  
Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival 2015