Page 1

57

th

WINTER PARK

SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL MARCH 18-20, 2016


CAHILL Charles Clayton Construction Dave Brewer DeLorenzo Homes Derrick Builders Farina & Sons Goehring & Morgan Construction Hannigan Homes Hardwick General Contracting J. Richard Watson Construction Company Kelsey Custom Homes Legacy Custom Built McNally Construction Group Phil Kean Design Group Posada Custom Homes Regal Classic Homes Silliman Cityside Homes Speer Homes

The Master Custom Builder Council is a Central Florida organization pledged to maintain the highest professional standards in the home building industry. The Council represents the area’s leading custom and luxury home builders who have dedicated themselves to using their craft and workmanship to make Central Florida an even finer place to live. MCBC builders adhere to a very strong code of ethics which are listed at www.custombuilt.com

Stonebridge Homes The Einheit Company Woodruff Construction and Development

P.O. Box 536732 Orlando, Florida 32853 407.875.2121 www.custombuilt.com

Like us on Facebook www.facebook.com/ MasterCustomBuilderCouncil

“The Seal of Homebuilding Excellence”


2016 OFFICIAL PROGRAM

The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival ™

WHAT’S INSIDE 2 President’s Letter

40 Gallery of Exhibiting Artists

4 Board Members

28 2015 Winners

31 Entertainment

60 Patrons

38 Emerging Artists

64 Thank You

6 Festival at a Glance 10 Map 12 2016 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 Mead Gardens 26 Foundation 27 Best of Show Collection

40 41 41 43 43 44 45 47 47 48 49 50 53 55 55 57 58

Clay Digital Art Drawing and Pastels Emerging Artists Fiber Glass Jewelry Leather Metal Mixed Media - 2D Mixed Media - 3D Painting Photography Printmaking Sculpture Watercolor Wood

P.O. Box 597, Winter Park, FL 32790 407-644-7207 • wpsaf@yahoo.com • wpsaf.org 57TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL 1


Tradition PRESIDENT'S WELCOME

A WINTER PARK

SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL WEEKEND IS EVERYBODY’S FAVORITE TIME OF YEAR.

W

elcome to the 57th Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival. Growing up in Winter Park, I always looked forward to the festival. Whether I was going with my family or with friends, it’s always been my favorite event of the year. Now, my children enjoy going with their friends. The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival showcases 225 artists from all over the country, and occasionally from outside the United States. The beauty of the City of Winter Park and the temperate weather combine to make our show one-of-a-kind. Our three distinguished judges award $72,500 in prize money in Awards of Excellence, Distinction and Merit. There’s the Best of Show $10,000 purchase award, the $5,000 Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation Art of Philanthropy award and the $2,500 Morse Museum Distinguished Work of Art award. More importantly, our artists compete for the honor of adding one of their pieces to your collection. Our all-volunteer board of directors works hard yearround to bring you a great show. We also have many community volunteers who perform a variety of jobs throughout the event. Plus, the City of Winter Park Police and Fire Departments and the Parks and Recreation Department work many long hours to ensure a successful event. We wouldn’t be able to put on the show without them.

2 57TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

The festival not only showcases the work of established artists, but seeks to contribute to the development of new artists. The Emerging Artists Program provides an opportunity for new artists who have never exhibited in an outdoor show. The Leon Theodore Schools Exhibit proudly displays artwork by talented Orange County students. This year, we have nine local museums providing hands-on activities for kids in the Children’s Workshop Village area. Easel painting is also available for young budding artists. Live music, sponsored by iHeart Radio, is ongoing throughout the weekend, with jazz saxophonist Steve Cole headlining for the popular Friday night concert. Vendors offer a delicious array of food throughout the park all weekend. Our Patron’s Program is committed to supporting artists through dedicated funds used to purchase their artwork at the festival. Please contact us if you’re interested in this beneficial and enjoyable program. We hope to continue to bring pleasure to those who have grown to love this event, while opening the eyes of those who’ve just come for the first time. We hope all will come back for years to come.

Holly Henson

President 2016 Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival


LI NE ST W IN G

SO LD

Coldwell Banker’s # 1 Real Estate Team 2010, 2011 & 2013

Winter Park | Chain-of-Lakes | $2,700,00

Winter Park | “Vias” | $2,595,000

Exquisite Tuscan Estate in the heart of the “Vias”. Superb designer finishes and quality throughout. No detail has been overlooked! 5,980 SqFt | 5 Bed | 5.1 Bath | Pool/Spa

LI NE ST W IN G

Built in 1925, this Cape Cod masterpiece has been beautifully renovated and offers spectacular views of Lake Virginia. Just steps away from Park Avenue! 4,735 SqFt | 5 Bed | 4.1 Bath | Pool/Spa

Winter Park | “Vias” | $1,750,000

Winter Park | Windsong | $1,595,000

PE

N

D

IN

LI NE ST W IN G

G

Designed by James Gamble Rogers II, this spectacular Mediterranean style home has This home has been meticulously maintained and is located in the prestigious been beautifully renovated and sits on an oversized lot. Must see to truly appreciate! Windsong community. The open floor plan is perfect for family living or entertaining. 4,134 SqFt | 5 Bed | 4.1 Bath | Pool/Cabana 4,622 SqFt | 5 Bed | 5 Bath | Pool/Spa

Winter Park | “Vias” | $1,375,000

Winter Park | “Olde” Winter Park | $725,000

LD

This elegant traditional style pool home is located on one of Winter Park’s most sought after streets. 2,555 SqFt | 4 Bed | 2.1 Bath | Pool

SO

SO

LD

This charming Southern traditional style home was custom built by Carlos Posada and is situated on a quiet street in the “Vias”. 4,343 SqFt | 4 Bed | 4 Bath | Pool

Winter Park | “Vias” | $682,500

This charming pool home has been extensively renovated and is on a quiet street in the popular “Vias”. Move-in ready! 2,334 SqFt | 4 Bed | 2.1 Bath | Pool

Maitland | Terra Oaks | $588,000

Tucked away on a quiet cul-de-sac, this meticulously maintained home is perfect for indoor and outdoor entertaining. 2,934 SqFt | 4 Bed | 4 Bath | Pool


BOARD MEMBERS

2016 Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival Board.

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Holly Henson, President Louise Alimahomed, President Elect

Nancy J. Calhoun, Corresponding Secretary Barbara Gugel, Recording Secretary

Duncan DeWahl, Treasurer John King, Past President, 2015

BOARD MEMBERS Ralph Barbato Kirsys Bennett Carolyn Bird Drew Brooks Barbara Chandler Amanda Concelman Janice Elsheimer Liz Eunice Laura Fogleman Michael Hlavek

Dave Owen Morna Robbins Sandra Sandberg Jean Sprimont Rebecca Swanson Savannah Taylor Amy Thrasher Carol Wisler Greg Witherspoon Julie Behr Zimmerman

Dan Iosue Sally Leslie Monte Livemore, Jr Ruben Madrid Camille Marchese Talley Mendinhall Carole Moreland Alice Moulton Wayne H. Osley

PROVISIONAL MEMBERS

Pat Bruno Tom Bruno

Melanie Carrigan Debbie Greear

SUSTAINING MEMBERS Earl Allen Dale Amlund Sarah E. Arnold Richard Awsumb Sabrina Balthazor Keith Barden Betty Bay Karen Branen Daphne Cukier Joann Darnell Bonnie Davis Nancy Deutsch 4 57TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

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

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

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


CHOOSE WISELY

EMPLOYERS DO A master’s degree from Rollins College will help you stand out and connect with a prominent alumni network. Join the Rollins network today.

MASTER’S LEVEL PROGRAMS APPLIED BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS & CLINICAL SCIENCE CLINICAL MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELING EDUCATION HEALTH SERVICES ADMINISTRATION HUMAN RESOURCES LIBERAL STUDIES PUBLIC HEALTH

TAKE THE NEXT STEP

407.646.2232 or

rollins.edu/evening


FESTIVAL AT A GLANCE Where: Central Park and Along Park Avenue in Downtown Winter Park When: March 18, 19 and 20, 2016 Hours: 9 a.m. - 6 p.m., Friday and Saturday; 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., Sunday

ABOUT THE FESTIVAL

The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival is one of the nation’s oldest, largest and most prestigious outdoor art festivals. The festival has been ranked by Sunshine Artist Magazine as the No. 1 Best Fine Art and Design Show in the Southeast in 2013 through 2015, and No. 5 in the nation in 2015. It was also ranked No. 2 in Art Fair Calendar’s 2015 list of America’s Best Juried Fine Art Fairs. The festival debuted in March 1960 as a community project to bring local artists and art lovers together. Today, the event is produced by an allvolunteer board and draws more than 350,000 visitors to Central Park. This year, more than 1,100 artists from around the world submitted applications and portfolios. An independent panel of three judges selected the 225 artists who are exhibiting their works. The festival is also consistently recognized as Central Florida’s Best Festival, by Orlando Magazine, and Best Winter Park Event/Festival by the Winter Park Chamber of Commerce and the Winter Park/Maitland Observer.

profile concert on Friday night. This year’s headliner will be contemporary jazz saxophonist Steve Cole, with special guest J.J. Sansaverino.

MERCHANDISE

Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival T-shirts and other memorabilia are available at two merchandise tents. The tents are located at the south entrance (Park and New England avenues) and at the center intersection (Morse Boulevard and Park Avenue). Artist and master printmaker John Costin created this year’s official poster, Snowy Egret. Costin specializes in hand-colored etchings of bird life. Posters will be sold at the south entrance and at the center intersection next to the large merchandise tents. A vintage merchandise tent will be located next to festival headquarters at Park Avenue and Morse Boulevard. After the event, you can still purchase current and past posters through wpsaf.org.

FAMILY FUN

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 2D, mixed media 3D, painting, photography, sculpture, watercolor and wood. There's a separate category for Emerging Artists.

Kids can create their own artwork at the Children’s Workshop Village. Easel painting is very popular, and local art centers and museums are offering a variety of fun, hands-on activities for budding artists. Admission to the Children’s Workshop Village is free, and participants may take home their works. 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.

AWARDS

LEON THEODORE SCHOOLS EXHIBIT

CATEGORIES

Artists compete for 63 awards totaling $72,500. The Best of Show 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. In addition, 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’s three-day run, you’ll find free entertainment presented on the main stage located in north Central Park. The music begins with a high-

See creations by the next generation of artists at the Leon Theodore Schools Exhibit, where artwork by thousands of talented Orange County students is on display. (See the map on pages 10-11.) The creativity and level of expertise displayed by these young artists will delight and amaze you.

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 the map on pages 10-11.) For more information, call 407-644-7207 or visit wpsaf.org.

No animals are allowed (excepting certified service dogs) in Central Park or on Park Avenue between New England and Canton avenues during festival hours, per a City of Winter Park ordinance. 6 57TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL


OLDE Winter Park • Maitland • Orlando #1 Agents in Luxury Home Sales since 1988

1925 • WP Chain of Lakes • $4.500.000 8,157 SF, 5BE, Mediterranean lakefront estate on 1.89 acres w/ waterfront on 3 sides of the property, spacious rms, high ceilings, guest apt & pool/spa

2011 • Winter Park Via’s • $2.450.000 6,285 SF, 5BE, Custom estate on triple lot, 1st flr master retreat, gourmet island kitchen, club room w/ bar, 3 garages & classic pool

2006 • WP - Windsong • $1.995.000

7,113 SF, 5BE, Elegant Cahill Custom Homes Mediterranean on premium corner lot w/ chain of lakes access, 2 bonus/media rms & resort style pool

2000 • Winter Park • $1.670.000

4,879 SF, 5BE, Modern Mediterranean in prime location, great for entertaining w/ fabulous master retreat & spacious living areas open to private courtyard w/ pool

2001 • Lake Maitland • $3.650.000

8,790 SF, 6BE, Old World European gated lakefront estate on 1.5+ acres w/ over 150 feet of lake frontage, magnificent grounds & private guesthouse

2001 • WP - Windsong • $2.095.000

4,976 SF, 5BE, Traditional style lakefront on quiet cul-de-sac, newly renovated w/ generous rm sizes & surrounded by gorgeous live oaks

2005 • WP - Windsong • $1.995.000

6,175 SF, 5BE, Elegant Modern Mediterranean on premier oversized lot w/ scenic pond & fountain in backyard as well as direct chain of lakes access

1992 • Winter Park Via’s • $1.249.000

6,007 SF, 6BE, Premier Via’s property on quiet street w/ expansive lot, renovated over the years w/ bright open flexible flr plan & full guest cottage

1998 • Lake Maitland • $2.880.000

5,029 SF, 4BE, Custom one owner home on private street, breathtaking lakefront views from almost every room & fantastic outdoor entertaining space

1984 • Lake Sue • $1.999.000

5,972 SF, 5BE, Gated lakefront estate w/ panoramic views of lake from almost every room, tropical backyard setting w/ pool & boathhouse

1926 • College Park • $1.695.000

6,080 SF, 5BE, Charleston style home completely renovated in “like new” condition, located on premier street w/ tremendous character & top quality finishes

1981 • Lake Sybelia • $1.125.000

4,517 SF, 6BE, Largest lakefront lot directly on lake w/ bright southern exposure, private beach, expanded boathouse & lake views from nearly every room

MICK NIGHT

JoHN PINel

micknight1@gmail.com

johnbpinel@gmail.com

RealToR

Top 1% Internationally and #1 Agents in Central Florida with over $1 billion in career sales

407.629.4446 www.night-pinel.com

RealToR

“Trust your business to someone who takes the business seriously”


WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL THE OFFICIAL PROGRAM RANDY NOLES EDITOR AND PUBLISHER JENNA CARBERG ART DIRECTOR LORNA OSBORN SENIOR ASSOCIATE PUBLISHER KATHY BYRD ASSOCIATE PUBLISHER THERESA SWANSON PUBLISHER, REAL ESTATE PUBLICATIONS

FLORIDA CITIES MEDIA DANIEL DENTON PRESIDENT PAM FLANAGAN GENERAL MANAGER The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival Official Program was produced for The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival Board by

FLORIDA HOME MEDIA

2700 Westhall Lane, Suite 220, Maitland, FL 32751 Phone: 407-647-0225 Fax: 407-647-0145

ART IS FOR EVERYONE.

In Memory of Hal MacIntosh Renowned and Beloved Winter Park Artist. Longtime WPSAF Exhibitor. Award Winner in 1961 and Beyond.

crealde.org

Crealdé School of Art 600 St. Andrews Blvd. Winter Park, Florida 407.671.1886

Hannibal Square Heritage Center 642 W. New England Ave. Winter Park, Florida 407.539.2680

8 57TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

1992 WPSAF Poster Artist and Friend of the Festival.


IT’S YOUR TIME 3 MBA Programs. 1 Executive Doctorate. Each designed for where you want to be in your career... not where you are.

EARLY ADVANTAGE MBA

PROFESSIONAL MBA

EXECUTIVE MBA

EXECUTIVE DOCTORATE

A full-time day program for recent college graduates and career changers.

A part-time evening program dedicated to working professionals.

A 16-month program for mid- to senior-level professional with 10+ years experience.

A 3-year doctoral program for executives who have an advance degree.

It’s your time to move forward, connect with the Rollins Crummer Admissions Team today! Call 407-646-2405 Visit rollins.edu/business


2016 WINTER PARK SIDEWALK Visit the Beer Garden for refreshing cold beers and fine wines.

10 57TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

Located just south of Morse Boulevard Sponsored by

The Rotary Club of Winter Park and Wayne Densch


ART FESTIVAL MAP Complimentary Bike Valet

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

Friday and Saturday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

This free service is provided by the Winter Park Pedestrian and Bicycle Advisory Board.

57TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL 11


2016 EXHIBITORS 14 Beau Stahl 50 Richard Wilson 39 R. Michael Wommack

EMERGING ARTISTS

185 Eric Eyerly 186 Patrick McKinnon 187 Johana Toro

FIBER CLAY

169 Brian Beam 161 Douglas Bringle 146 Ira Burhans 191 Ed Coleman and Kate Coleman 16 John Herbon 149 Robert Hessler 44 Paul Jeselskis 52 Bruce Johnson 158 Michael Kahn and Mieko Kahn 143 Robert Kastrinos 200 Ethan Lillemoe 134 Gail Markiewicz 236 Craig McMillin and Ana McMillin 251 Andrew Otis 5 Jim Parmentier and Shirl Parmentier 24 Jonathan White

DIGITAL ART

102 Rick Abrams 126 Sarah Collier 27 Geoffrey Harris 105 Kate Harrold 257 Laird Myer 232 James Richmond

DRAWING & PASTELS

245 Erin Curry 217 Chip DuPont 260 Jeff Eckert 154 Jennifer Gardner 230 Jeanne Goodman 63 Helen Gotlib 26 Ronna Katz 43 Clare Malloy 37 Ellen Marshall 21 James (Michael) Nemnich 212 Lawrence Packard 12 57TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

106 Kate Beck 184 Candiss Cole-Footitt and Rodger Footitt 150 Leah Dziewit 253 Victoria Horner 220 Jan Mayer 246 Adriana Rangel 10 Bounkhong Signavong and Wolfgang Grieger 225 Mary Sly 122 Joyce Stewart 138 Jerry Yang

JEWELRY

41 Debra Adelson 66 Deborah Armstrong 31 Chip Arnold 215 Amy Beeler 171 Randi Chervitz 20 Megan Clark 194 Marc Ferguson and Suzanna Dimarco-Ferguson 176 Samantha Freeman 129 Susan Frerichs 15 Mark Grosser 160 Sue Hammes-Knopf 165 Julie Jerman-Melka and Jeffrey Melka 8 Tiara Sunkyung Kim and Tai Kim 103 Brenna Klassen-Glanzer 190 Karen Klinefelter 202 Danielle Merzatta and Chris Merzatta 115 Christian Nevin 144 Jay Nielsen 207 Aaron Sault 109 Michael Stephens 224 Lauran Sundin 133 Michael Vagner 254 Youngjoo Yoo

LEATHER

GLASS

108 Leon Applebaum 240 Lisa Aronzon 147 Brian Becher 248 Robert Coby 201 Robin Kittleson 116 Mark Lewanski 29 Phillip Nolley 181 William Ortman 244 Steve Palmer 206 David Russell 3 Richard Ryan 198 Andrew Shea 65 Douglas Sigwarth and Renee Sigwarth 153 Thomas Spake 101 Mark Sudduth 226 David Thai

111 Charles D’Onofrio 114 Steve Edgar 223 James Perry and Rombye Perry 183 Rudy Tell 170 Horace Thomas and Shawn Thomas 213 Alberto Toro

METAL

247 Stephen Breinager 259 Robert Farrell 164 Jimmy Langford 32 Luke Proctor 128 Chris Seeman

MIXED MEDIA - 2D

113 Gaston Carrio 152 Jeffrey Gelick and Joyce Gelick 227 Jenny Henley 132 Aaron Hequembourg 142 Margaret Luttrell 252 Ynon Mabat


2016 EXHIBITORS 145 Michael Madzo 243 David McKirdy 47 Hayley Nolte and Scot Ray 249 Lisa Norris 61 Suzy Scarborough 211 Ezra Siegel 188 Tai Taeoalii 173 Cat Tesla 233 Cheryl Ward and Steve Ward

MIXED MEDIA - 3D

242 Linda Berman 221 David Burton 210 Magali Cereghino-Groves 68 Angelique Conroy 49 Rey D’Alfonso 256 Beverly Hayden 172 Alice Legler and Bob Legler 23 Trent Manning 4 Tiffany Ownbey 195 Laurie Wilhite and Gerald Wilhite

PAINTING

45 Steve Andrews 120 Lisa Ashinoff 107 Stephen Bach 231 Bert Beirne 139 Jerry Brem 13 Cindy Capehart 155 James Carter 1 Matthew Cornell 100 Scott Coulter 7 Pamela Covington 48 Rey D’Alfonso 192 Dean DiMarzo 18 Michael Donner Dlugolecki 67 Ummarid Eitharong 25 Charles Gatewood 56 John Harris 104 Ginny Herzog 204 Peyton Higgison 30 Bruce Holwerda 218 Xiao Jiang

151 Susan Kennicott 148 Ning Lee 238 Justin Lyons 222 Bernard J Martin 42 Scott Olson 258 Ken Orton 22 Bruce Peeso 28 Loretta Petraitis 163 Robert Ross 130 Megan Rowland 209 Brian Sage 112 Maryann Schmidt 54 Stephen Sebastian 34 Lin Seslar 64 Randall Smith 125 Don Sondag 179 Jinsheng Song 62 Dylan Strzynski 6 John Whipple 46 Yu Zhou

SCULPTURE

199 Albert Benedict 110 David Bryce 121 Ruben Fasani 51 David Figueroa 157 Will Grant 189 Su Griggs Allen 33 Jack Hill 2 Kue King and Corbett Griffith 193 Kevin Lubbers 131 Brianna Martray 58 Steven Olszewski 159 Gabriel Puyana 136 Cathy Rose 203 Bonnie Shanas 118 Wayne Trinklein

PHOTOGRAPHY

59 Joel Anderson 127 Richard Auger 178 Thomas Brain and Kevin Ann Brain 11 Michael Bryant 140 Doug Cavanah 156 Micheal Paul Cole 38 Cali Hobgood 162 Steve Keating 235 Sunny Liang 135 Jerome Maschinot 9 Marius Moore 180 Ray Mosteller 197 Ron Rocz 69 Garry Seidel 216 Paul Shatz 239 Paul Stevens 219 Steve Wewerka

PRINTMAKING

119 Kent Ambler 175 Carolyn Cohen 36 John Costin 141 Kim Eubank 174 Victor Gomez and Maggie Trujillo 57 Chia Haruta 237 Flo Kemp 55 Stephen Sebastian 60 Grant Silverstein 12 Marina Terauds 208 Kreg Yingst

WATERCOLOR

182 Gary Curtis 196 Randy Eckard 137 ZL Feng 250 Robert Flowers 229 Peggy Furlin 40 Charles Greenholdt 177 Farhana Hussain and Rod Hemming 35 Lori Jenkins 17 Aletha Jones 255 M. Kemper 123 William Kwamena-Poh 241 Rick Loudermilk 167 Michael Weber 53 Vonnie Whitworth

WOOD

19 James Barnes 214 Mike Duflo 166 Kent Harriss 168 Shaari Horowitz 205 Paul Lambrecht 117 Janet O’Rourke and Jay O’Rourke 124 Greg Thomas-Moore 57TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL 13


SINCE 1874


329 Park Avenue N, #102, Winter Park, FL 32789 407-644–8464

Receive 25% off one item with this coupon *

*Offer valid at participating stores until 7/31/16. Not valid with other discounts, gift card, Oriental rug or Traveler’s Find purchases. One coupon per store per customer.

Short and Sweet

Strong coffee calls for small cups — and spoons to stir in some sugar. An exclusive design, this espresso set is handcrafted by makers in the famous ceramics village of Bat Trang, Vietnam.

Use this logo for reductions only, do not print magenta. Do not reduce this logo more than 35%. Magenta indicates the clear area, nothing should print in this space. You may reduce the logo to 30% without the tag and strap lines. Color of Wood Block Motif critical match to Pantone 1805. Letters print Pantone Process Black.

57TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL 15


JUDGES

AN EYE FOR

Barbara Rogers

T

Excellence

Wally Mason

he three judges for The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival were selected from across the country for their in-depth knowledge and experience. In October, they reviewed the digital images of all applicants to select the festival's artists and those who went on a wait list. On the festival’s opening day, the same panel will visit each booth to select artists that will be considered for awards. Selected artists will then each choose one piece that they feel best represents their body of work. These pieces will be delivered for final judging, which takes place on Saturday morning. From among these works will come the Best of Show, the Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation Award and the Morse Museum Award. Here are this year’s judges:  Barbara Rogers has exhibited widely, both nationally and internationally, including solo exhibitions at major galleries and museums in San Francisco, Seattle, New York, Chicago, Pittsburgh and Scottsdale, Arizona, as well as Germany, South Korea and the United Arab Emirates. Her work is in major public and private collections, including the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Crocker Museum (Sacramento), the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, the Tucson Museum of Art, the Arizona State University Museum of Art, the Oakland Museum of Art, the San Jose Museum of Art and the University of Arizona Museum of Art. She graduated with a B.S. degree in art education from Ohio State University. She received the Eisner Prize and an M.A. in painting from the University of California at Berkeley. Rogers has been a faculty member or visiting artist at many major universities in the U.S. and abroad. After receiving numerous teaching awards, she retired in 2007 and is now professor emeritus of painting and drawing in the School of Art at the University of Arizona in Tucson.  Wally Mason is the director of the Sheldon Mu16 57TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

Kelly Malec-Kosak seum of Art at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. He previously served as director of the Haggerty Museum of Art at Marquette University and, before that, the University of Maine Museum of Art. He has taught at Phillips Academy, Western Michigan University, the University of Vermont and the University of South Florida. Mason holds a B.A. from Beloit College and an M.F.A. from Indiana University. Mason has curated more than 50 exhibitions, and recently served as juror at The Water: Atlanta Celebrates Photography, in Atlanta. He has been portfolio reviewer for many other festivals, including FofoFest (Houston), Photolucida (Portland) and the Center for Fine Art Photography (Fort Collins, Colorado).  Kelly Malec-Kosak is an artist in Columbus, Ohio, and is currently the chair of fine arts at the Columbus College of Art and Design. Her work has been featured nationally and internationally, most recently in Protective Ornament: Contemporary Armour to Amulet at the National Metal Museum and Reflection: 100 Years of Jewelry/Metal Arts at CCA (California College of the Arts) in Oakland. Malec-Kosak has received an Individual Excellence Award from the Ohio Arts Council, and an international residency in Dresden, Germany, from the Greater Columbus Arts Council. In 2012, she traveled to Ravenstein, Netherlands, to study with Ruudt Peters and a group of international artists. Her work has been featured in several books, including Metalsmith: Humor in Craft, by Bridgette Martin, and On Body and Soul: Contemporary Armour to Amulet, by Suzanne Ramljak. She’s a graduate of Miami University with a B.A. in jewelry design and metalsmithing, and an M.F.A. in jewelry/metal arts from the California College of the Arts. Malec-Kosak has participated in solo, group, invitational and competitive exhibitions since 1995. 


Let us make a lasting impression. Call today.

DISCOVER AN EXCEPTIONAL WAY OF LIFE IN WINTER PARK Life imitates art at Westminster Winter Park, where you’ll enjoy an active lifestyle enriched by lifelong learning and wellness opportunities. Our senior living community offers two beautiful lakefront campuses, in Winter Park and coming soon in Baldwin Park, with spacious residences featuring spectacular views and handsome appointments, maintenance-free living, fabulous dining options, and great amenities and services to brighten your day. Plus, you’ll enjoy the assurance of a full complement of healthcare services, from assisted living to rehabilitation and skilled nursing. At Westminster Winter Park, active living is so much more than a place to live: Whether it’s painting, woodworking, U.S. history or a dip in the swimming pool, we know there’s something that will make you happy.

Make your imprint today — call (407) 647-4083 for more information.

Westminster Winter Park

www.WestminsterRetirement.com

Live Well. Be Happy. 1111 S. Lakemont Avenue, Winter Park

Ac t ive L iv i ng | A s si sted L iv i ng | Sk i l led Nu rsi ng | R apid Recover y


POSTER ARTIST

FEATHERED A

FRIENDS

resident of Ybor City, poster artist John Costin has won acclaim for capturing the rich and diverse bird life of his home state. Although Winter Park's official mascot is a peacock, you're much more likely to see a snowy egret, such as the one shown on this year's poster. “These inquisitive birds use their crest of feathers to express their state of mind,” Costin says. “In this handcolored etching, I wanted to portray the snowy in a state of excitement, perhaps reacting to a viewer or a predator invading its space.” With a background in contemporary art, Costin creates complex and colorful life-size images of birds, showing the nuances specific to each species. “Through my art I strive to capture and personify birds, enriching the viewer’s perception of this particular form of wildlife,” he says. “The birds are presented in such a way that they’re aware of the viewer’s presence, and react to that confrontation. Their reaction reveals unique traits to the viewer, adding another level of understanding.” Notes Costin: “Ultimately, one’s sensitivity and awareness of these natural wonders could lead to a more profound perception of the world we all share.” While attending the University of South Florida, Costin studied Intaglio art, which piqued his interest in etching. He says etching is a way of combining graphics, painting, sculpture and engineering into one art form. “The medium has an extremely large range of possibilities, giving many directions for my imagination to explore,” Costin says. “The visual qualities are very enticing: Colors range from subtle to intense, black tones go from delicate to velvety black, and lines range from needle thin to broad and bold.” Etching is a complex process combining skills of painting, sculpture, printmaking and engineering. Starting with a polished plate of copper, the image is directly etched by hand on the plate, as if it were a canvas. This process takes from 6-8 weeks to complete. Then the plates are wiped down, by hand, with ink and printed on high-quality rag paper. Afterward, these printed images are painted with transparent watercolors for rich color quality and subtle detail, making each piece unique. Costin has been a professional artist since 1979,

18 57TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

COSTIN’S BIRD ETCHINGS DISPLAY EXTRAORDINARY MASTERY OF THE CRAFT.

exhibiting in numerous shows and winning awards throughout the south. His work can be found in collections at the Ferman Motor Car Company, General Motors Corporation, Yellow Freight, Eckerd College, USAA Insurance, the State Library of Florida, the University of Miami, Raymond James Financial, the Tampa Museum of Art and the Polk Museum of Art, to name a few. Costin is now creating a book of etchings depicting large birds of Florida. For more information about Costin and his art, visit costingraphics.com. 


LEON THEODORE SCHOOLS EXHIBIT The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival has proudly showcased the artists and art programs of Orange County and Winter Park public and private schools since the first festival in 1960. You’ll be amazed to see the unique works created by talented local students. The exhibit is named in memory of Leon Theodore, an artist, teacher, and former member and president of the art festival board. The student displays are located across the railroad tracks opposite the stage. This year’s panel of judges includes Susan Bach, a nationally known potter who creates at McRae Art Studios in Winter Park and teaches pottery; Sherri Bunye, a fine art and documentary photographer who teaches photography at Crealdé School of Art, and Laurence Vienneau, a studio art professor at Seminole State College. Awards for Best of Show, Excellence, Distinction, Merit and Honorable Mention will be presented. UCP of Florida and VSA Florida have been working with the festival to increase involvement and access to the exhibit and workshops for handicapped children. A special thanks to the sponsors who support this exhibit, including the Galloway Foundation, Art Systems of Florida, Orange County Public Schools and the WPSAF Foundation.

April 24 through April 30

th th

2016

www.winterparkpaintout.org This project is funded in part by Orange County Government through the Arts & Cultural Affairs Program.

20 57TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

Natalia Andreeva, Peacock, Oil on Linen

nationally acclaimed artists free artist demonstrations garden party gala one-of-a-kind paintings


MORSE MUSEUM FREE ADMISSION AMONG SPECIAL EVENTS AT THE MORSE

The Blossoms of Spring (also known as Flora and Spring), an oil painting by Louis Comfort Tiffany, is among the thousands of treasures on display at the Morse.

A

seven-week celebration of spring at the Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art begins with a 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 six consecutive Friday evenings, March 25 - April 29. Various musicians and musical groups will play from 5-8 p.m. on each of these Fridays. At 7 p.m., a Morse curator will lead a tour through the museum’s exhibition of the surviving art and architectural objects from Louis Comfort Tiffany’s celebrated Long Island estate, Laurelton Hall. On April 8, programming also will include a family

tour of selected galleries and a demonstration about the art of leaded-glass windows as well as a free takehome art activity for children. In addition to the open house March 18-20, the museum also will offer free admission on Easter weekend, March 25-27. For a complete schedule of the museum’s spring events, visit morsemuseum.org. The Morse, located at 445 N. Park Avenue, 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.4 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday and Saturday; 9:30 a.m.-8 p.m. Friday; and 1-4 p.m. Sunday.

57TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL 21


Inspired by Philanthropy EDYTH BUSH CHARITABLE FOUNDATION is proud to sponsor the fourth annual Art of Philanthropy Award at The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival. The award recognizes the piece of art that expresses “the love of mankind” and represents philanthropy at its very best.

The Foundation supports the imagination of hundreds of talented artisans throughout the year with grants, guidance and ideas. We nurture inspiration and help develop creative solutions through education, community outreach and support. Enjoy the art in the park and get inspired!

www.edythbush.org | We’re here for good.


CHILDREN'S WORKSHOP VILLAGE

H

CREATIVE AND INTERACTIVE FUN FOR KIDS!

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 free, and open each day of the festival, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. 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. Hours are from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. In addition, museum and community partners have prepared exciting, hands-on arts and crafts activities on all three days from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival Committee believes children of all ages can develop a love and appreciation for art when they’re given the 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 Art & History Museums-Maitland

FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY �

407-645-5311 morsemuseum.org

407-646-2526 rollins.edu/cfam

407-539-2181 artandhistory.org

The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art Cornell Fine Arts Museum at Rollins College Crealdé School of Art

407-671-1886 crealde.org

Hannibal Square Heritage Center

407-539-2680 hannibalsquareheritagecenter.org

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

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

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

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

57TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL 23


March 2016 Dear Friends, Welcome to Winter Park, the “City of Culture an d Heritage.� We are pro host the 57th Winter Pa ud to rk Sidewalk Ar t Festiva l, a nationally-acclaimed Winter Park has a long event. tradition of embracing the ar ts in our commun and we are honored to ity, suppor t one of the mo st esteemed ar t festiv in the country. Not only als does this event welcome guests from across the United States, it draws international guests as well. During your time as ou r guest in Winter Park, I hope you find the oppo to visit our many shop rtunity s, restaurants, museum s and cultural amenitie heritage, strong sense s. Our rich of community, vast park system, diverse econom base, and beautiful ch ic ain of lakes provide a high quality of life to res businesses and guests ide nts , alike. We are eager to show you why we love Winter Park home. to call 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, fun -fil led experience. We are you have chosen to sp happy end time with us and loo k forward to welcoming while you are enjoying yo u the 57th Winter Park Sid ewalk Ar t Festival.

Warmest Regards,

Steve Lear y Mayor, Winter Park

like, follow & watch us on

cityofwinterpark.org


MEAD GARDEN

I

WINTER PARK’S ECOLOGICAL CROWN JEWEL

n 1937, an urbane Rollins College professor named Edwin Osgood Grover and an intrepid Rollins student named Jack Connery happened upon an unspoiled, 48-acre oasis in the heart of Winter Park. There they discovered a small lake and encountered deer, bobcats, wild boar and an alligator that they later estimated had to be at least 18 feet long. Undaunted, the duo decided that the mysterious morass should be transformed into a beautiful botanical garden that would pay tribute to their recently deceased friend, horticulturalist Theodore Luqueer Mead. Tucked away at the end of South Denning Drive, across the railroad tracks and bounded by Pennsylvania Avenue and Howell Creek, the garden has enchanted casual visitors and serious naturalists for generations. In recent years, the garden has quite literally blossomed thanks to an operating agreement between Mead Botanical Garden Inc., a nonprofit organization, and the City of Winter Park, which owns the land. Revitalized attractions include the Legacy Garden and Greenhouse and a charming Butterfly Garden. The Grove, a new amphitheater that features a 40-by-60-foot stage, hosts outdoor concerts in a magnificent setting. The Discovery Barn, formerly a city maintenance warehouse, features an array of activities for youngsters, including an annual Young Naturalist Summer Camp. At the Community Garden, weekend farmers can rent plots and grow their The Legacy Garden and own organic vegetables. Some of the produce is given to local food banks. Greenhouse at Mead Garden. A small pond has been restored and named “Alice’s Pond” in honor of volunteer Alice Mikkleson. The pond is traversed by “Rene’s Trail,” which was named in honor of volunteer Rene Kelly, who died in 2009. In fact, Mead Garden itself is a tribute to volunteerism and the power of persistence and imagination. For more information, visit meadgarden.org. 

ART 31.ORG Art31 is produced by Art & History Museums — Maitland and funded in part by Orange County Government through the Arts & Cultural Affairs Program. Material World is presented by Dorman Financial Management. Culture Pop! is presented by Maitland Tire Co. and Orlando Weekly. Chihuly works on loan from the Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art at St. Petersburg College.

57TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL 25


THE FOUNDATION FOUNDATION SUPPORTS EDUCATION AND APPRECIATION

T

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 in Winter Park and The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival Scholarship at the University of Central Florida in Orlando. The foundation received funding in 2015-2016 from donations by the Winter Park-based Galloway Foundation, the Rotary Club of Winter Park and from The The festival board and local artists Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival. UCP of Florida and VSA Florida contributed resources to the Children’s Work- met for a roundtable discussion at shop Village this year to make it more accessible to handicapped children. McRae Studios in September. To better understand the needs of artists at outdoor juried art shows, a roundTHE FOUNDATION BOARD table discussion, funded by the foundation, was held in October at McRae Art Linda Guthrie, Holly Henson, Studios. Mike Hlavek, Monti Livermore, In 2008, the IRS approved the foundation, a Florida not-for-profit corporation, Carole Moreland, Alice Moulton, as a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt entity. If you’d like to make a donation or find out more Wayne Osley, Morna Robbins, about the foundation, write P.O. Box 597, Winter Park, FL 32790. You can also Jean Sprimont, Amy Thrasher, email wpsaf@wpsaf.org or call 407-644-7207.  Carol Wisler.

turn

20%* OFF and gift with purchase

346 N. Park Ave.

407.790.4916

parkave.scoutandmollys.com

*Offer valid on non-sale items only. Gift available while supplies last. Offers may not be combined. ©2016 FranLogic Scout Development LLC. Franchises Available.

26 57TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL


BEST OF SHOW COLLECTION

A

LIBRARY FEATURES A GALLERY OF TOP WINNERS

n annual tradition was started in 1969 when The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival’s Best of Show winner was purchased by the Festival Committee and presented to the City of Winter Park as an expression of appreciation. You can see the display of past winners at the Winter Park Public Library, where you can take a self-guided tour using a Best of Show brochure. Or, you can go on a virtual tour by visiting the library’s website, wppl.org. From the menu bar on the home page, select the “Research” tab. Then click on “Winter Park History” and go to “Digital Collections,” followed by “Events,” then “Sidewalk Art Festival.” If that’s too many steps, type this into your browser: archive.wppl.org/wphistory/bestofshow/index.html. Occasionally, the library will have a gallery walk that hosts one or more award-winning artists explaining their creations. John Costin, the Best of Show winner in 2012 (and this year’s poster artist) presented a program in January on printmaking techniques. Check with the library to see when the next gallery walk is scheduled. 

John Costin, the Best of Show winner in 2012 (and this year’s poster artist), recently presented a program on printmaking techniques at the Winter Park Public Library.

Suzie Muench

Julia Bell

MARKET LEADER

B R A N C H M A N AG E R

NMLS#: 55194

NMLS#:459910

direct: 407.415.4360

direct: 321.303.1737

suzie.muench@movement.com MARKET LEADER

julia.bell@movement.com B R A N C H M A N AG E R

Suzie Muench NMLS#: 55194

205 East407.415.4360 Central Boulevard, direct:

Julia Bell NMLS#:459910

6th Florr, Orlando, FL 32801

205 East321.303.1737 Central Boulevard, direct:

6th Florr, Orlando, FL 32801

Suzie Muench - FL-LO22354 | Julia Bell - FL-LO22373 | Movement Mortgage, LLC is an Equal Housing Lender. NMLS ID# 39179 (www.nmlsconsumeraccess.org) | 877-314-1499. Movement Mortgage, suzie.muench@movement.com julia.bell@movement.com LLC is licensed by FL # MLD200. Interest rates and products are subject to change without notice and may or may not be available at the time of loan commitment or lock-in. Borrowers must qualify

at closing for all benefits. “Movement Mortgage” is a registered trademark of the Movement Mortgage, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company. 841 Seahawk Cir, Virginia Beach, VA 23452. CPID 2550 | Exp. December 2016 205 East Central Boulevard, 6th Florr, Orlando, FL 32801

205 East Central Boulevard, 6th Florr, Orlando, FL 32801

Suzie Muench - FL-LO22354 | Julia Bell - FL-LO22373 | Movement Mortgage, LLC is an Equal Housing Lender. NMLS ID# 39179 (www.nmlsconsumeraccess.org) | 877-314-1499. Movement Mortgage, LLC is licensed by FL # MLD200. Interest rates and products are subject to change without notice and may or may not be available at the time of loan commitment or lock-in. Borrowers must qualify at closing for all benefits. “Movement Mortgage” is a registered trademark of the Movement Mortgage, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company. 841 Seahawk Cir, Virginia Beach, VA 23452. CPID 2550 | Exp. December 2016

57TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL 27


2015 WINNERS

BEST OF SHOW PURCHASE AWARD ($10,000)

Micheal Paul Cole, Hannibal, Missouri, Cicadas Seventh Year Confession, Photography

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

Marius Moore, Gulfport, Florida, For The Benefit Of All Sentient Beings, Photography

10 AWARDS OF EXCELLENCE ($2,000)

David Figueroa, Sanford, Florida, Internal Development IV, Sculpture Samantha Freeman, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Travel Bracelet, Jewelry Chia Haruta, Hanover, Michigan, East Wind, Printmaking William Kidd, Miramar, Florida, Macrobiotic Spore, from Fertile Ground Series, Clay Michael Madzo, Medora, North Dakota, I Have Come Here to Whisper Something Better, Mixed Media - 2D Clare Malloy, Chicago, Illinois, Grain Elevator, Drawings and Pastels Bernard Martin, Winter Park, Florida, Easter Sunday, Painting Jonathan White, South Portland, Maine, Blue Top, Clay R. Michael Wommack, Langhorne, Pennsylvania, Next Time We Get it Right, Drawings and Pastels Yu Zhou, Yardley, Pennsylvania, Grapes on Bowl, Painting

20 AWARDS OF DISTINCTION ($1,000)

Pavlina Alea, Miami, Florida, Weightless, Painting Stephen Bach, Orlando, Florida, Evening, Lake Maitland, Painting Bert Beirne, Flowery Branch, Georgia, Flow Blue and Berry Branch, Painting James Carter, Southbury, Connecticuit, Photography, Painting Megan Clark, Raleigh, North Carolina, Stingray Petal Bracelet, Jewelry Leah Dziewit, Maple City, Michigan, Blue Spring Tree, Fiber Randy Eckard, Blue Hill, Maine, The Return, Watercolor Aaron Hequembourg, Monticello, Georgia, Hate, Mixed Media - 2D Cali Hobgood, Urbana, Illinois, Cessna, Photography Michael Kahn and Mieko Kahn, Greenbush, Michigan, Honeybee Platter, Clay James (Michael) Nemnich, Indialantic, Florida, Transitions, Drawings and Pastels Christian Nevin, Apopka, Florida, Knight Sun, Jewelry Steven Olszewski, Pinckney, Michigan, Intention, Sculpture Wesley Rasko, Toronto, Ontario, Emerald Lake 2015, Glass Mikel Robinson, Asheville, North Carolina, Double Twilight with Gold, Photography Suzy Scarborough, Columbia, South Carolina, Gathering Light, Mixed Media - 2D Maryann Schmidt, Galway, New York, Higher Education, Painting Thomas Spake, Chattanooga, Tennessee, Alluvial Fan, Glass Mark Sudduth, Cleveland Hts., Ohio, Schooling, Glass Richard Wilson, Greenville, North Carolina, Between Us, Drawings and Pastels

28 57TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

MORSE MUSEUM AWARD ($2,500)

Robert Farrell, Venice, Florida, White Shed, Metal

30 AWARDS OF MERIT ($500)

Lisa Ashinoff, Virginia Beach, Virginia, Aloha Drive, Mixed Media - 2D Richard Auger, Orlando, Florida, Suwanne River Valley, Photography James Barnes, Woolwine, Virginia, Amboyna Burl, Wood Barbara Baron, Miami Lakes, Florida, April in Savannah, Painting Joseph Bradley, Greenville, South Carolina, Blossoms and Finches, Painting Sandra Brewster, Holiday, Florida, Arctic Sea, Glass Edson Campos, Winter Park, Florida, Gallery, Drawings and Pastels Maria Ciucur and Valentin Ciucur, Dale City, Virginia, Miraculous Fishing, Mixed Media - 2D Sana Doumet and Munir Doumet, Clearwater, Florida, Seeds of Love, Jewelry Deborah DuPont, Shiner, Texas, The Day They Went to the Circus, Mixed Media - 2D Jeff Eckert, Tampa, Florida, To Hand Feed, Drawings and Pastels Virginia Fergus, Atlanta, Georgia, Busy Beach, Watercolor Benjamin Frey, Buena Vista, Virginia, A New Perspective, Mixed Media - 2D Clifton Henri, Chicago, Illinois, US vs. EVERYBODY - Havana, Cuba, Photography Tim Hooper, Nashville, Tennessee, Uncle Walt, Painting Farhana Hussain and Rod Hemming, Buchanan, Virginia, Structure Unnatural, Watercolor William Kwamena-Poh, Savannah, Georgia, Jamestown Enterprise, Watercolor Dana Melnick and David Melnick, New York, New York, Cone Double Petal Earrings, Jewelry Amanda Murphy and John Murphy, Streamwood, Illinois, Sibling Rivalry, Photography Jillian Nickell, Chicago, Ilinois, Prehistoric Forest, Printmaking Phillip Nolley, Staunton, Virginia, Dream, Glass Lawrence Packard, Winter Haven, Florida, Schooner Riverside, Drawings and Pastels Jim Parmentier and Shirl Parmentier, Mars Hill, North Carolina, Bulbous Vase, Clay Bruce Peeso, Monson, Massachusetts, Not Forgotten, Painting Gabriel Puyana, Orlando, Florida, The 24 (Mechanism for Dimensional Time Travel), Sculpture David Russell, Camden, South Carolina, Woven Sea and Sand, Glass Paul Stevens, Achilles, Virginia, National Gallery (London), Photography Taman VanScoy, Long Beach, California, Two Trees, Watercolor John Whipple, Winter Park, Florida, Stroll, Sculpture Warner Whitfield and Beatriz Kelemen, Ocala, Florida, Dancing Waters Caribbean Blue,Glass


57TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL 29


Coverage You Can Count On

TOM TERRY

CHIEF METEOROLOGIST

FIFTH THIRD BANK IS A PROUD SPONSOR OF THE WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

Fifth Third Bank. Member FDIC.

30 57TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL


ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY, MARCH 18

SATURDAY, MARCH 19

SUNDAY, MARCH 20

 4:30-4:45 p.m., Far Young

 10-11 a.m., Paint it Black (Classical)

 10-10:45 a.m., Lift

 4:45-5 p.m., Saagar Ace

 11:15-11:45 a.m., Makeshift

 5-5:15 p.m., Emily

 11:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m., New Generation Branches Steel Orchestra

 5:20-5:45 p.m., Anthony Gargiula

 12:30-1 p.m., New Generation Branches Steel Orchestra

 12:30-1:15 p.m., Terri Binion

 6:15-7 p.m., Dayve Stewart and The Vibe

 12:45-1:15 p.m., Brass Band of Central Florida Youth Band

 7:30-9 p.m., Steve Cole with  1:30-2:45 p.m., Brass Band of Central Florida Special Guest JJ Sansaverino  3:15-4:15 p.m., The Budapest String Band

 Noon-12:30 p.m., James A. Williams  1:30-2:15 p.m., Carol Stein and Jackie Jones present the Steinway Society Scholarship Students  2:45-4:45 p.m., Tijuana Brass Tribute with the Greg Parnell Septet

 4:45-6 p.m., Christian Valenzuela

Entertainment / Production Services Arranged by The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival Performing Arts Committee 1077

D IS COV E R SI G H T S NEW Call 407-796 -2020 to book your free vision consultation.

FREEDOM OF SIGHT huntervision.com

57TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL 31


ENTERTAINMENT STEVE COLE WITH SPECIAL GUEST JJ SANSAVERINO IHeart Radio is proud to present one of the most celebrated players in contemporary jazz as the festival’s Friday night headliner. Saxophonist Steve Cole, a Chicago native, exploded onto the scene in 1998 with the album Stay Awhile, which spawned two No. 1 hits and earned Cole the Oasis Smooth Jazz Award for Best New Artist. Two years later, his second album, Between Us, resulted in a run of radio hits including “NY LA,” “Spin” and “True.” In addition to his solo work, Cole has performed or recorded with Junior Wells, Buddy Guy, Boz Scaggs, Larry Carlton, Jeff Lorber, Jim Peterik, Freddie Cole, Cyrus Chestnut, and KMFDM. He has also been a featured soloist with the City of Prague Orchestra and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Cole is a founding member of The Sax Pack, a stellar sax trio with Marcus Anderson and Jeff Kashiwa. His latest release, Pulse, is a mix of R&B, contemporary jazz, gospel, blues and pop. Joining Cole will be special guest guitarist JJ Sansaverino, an accomplished composer, arranger and musical director whose hit singles include “Back Talk” and “Gravy Train.”

DAYVE STEWART Dayve Stewart, one of the world’s most popular jazz saxophonists, will warm up the Friday night crowd. Passionate and versatile in every way, Stewart pushes musical boundaries with his signature blend of jazz, R&B and funk. He has toured with Al Green; Elton John; Anita Baker; Earth, Wind & Fire; and B.B. King. He has collaborated with jazz musicians Jamison Ross, Marcus Roberts and The Clayton Brothers. Stewart has also performed with jazz masters Dee Dee Bridgewater, Wynton Marsalis, Brian Culbertson, Kirk Whalum, Paul Brown, Najee and R&B singer Stokley Williams (Mint Condition), who reveres Stewart as “one of the most exciting players in music today.” Stewart is currently in the studio working on his new album, Feels So Good. “The feeling that I’m able to pour out of my saxophone comes from a place only unique to me,” he says. “I embody that classic underdog story. I’m a person who works hard, who finds inspiration in everything around me, and who takes all challenges as learning lessons and repurposes those experiences into something beautiful.”

TIJUANA BRASS TRIBUTE WITH THE GREG PARNELL SEPTET

A Vandergrift, Pennsylvania, native, Greg Parnell spent many years on the road with the Glenn Miller Orchestra as drummer and road manager. Now living in Sanford, Florida, with his wife, Amy, he enjoys performing in a wide variety of settings, from big bands and small jazz groups to backing famous headliners. He’s also vice president of Glenn Miller Productions. WUCF is proud to co-host Sunday afternoon’s performance of the Tijuana Brass Tribute, which will include such classics as “The Lonely Bull,” “The Mexican Shuffle,” “Whipped Cream,” “A Taste of Honey,” “Tijuana Taxi,” “Spanish Flea” and many others. In addition to these classics, each member of the septet — trumpeters Charlie Bertini and John DePaola, trombonist Derrick Harris, pianist Dave MacKenzie, guitarist Steve Luciano, bassist Ben Kramer and Parnell on the drums — will be featured throughout the performance.  32 57TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL


Helping to Make Our Home Town a Better Place Since 1902, Trustco Bank has been committed to providing affordable banking products and giving back to the communities we serve. That is why we are proud to support the Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival.

TRUSTCO BANK Your Home Town Bank R

EQUAL HOUSING

LENDER

Member FDIC

Stop by one of our many home town locations, call 1-800-670-3110 or visit us online at www.trustcobank.com

Winter Park’s Ultimate Foodie Festival 3 1 s t An n u al

Wednesday, April 20th, 5-8 p.m. Winter Park Farmers’ Market Featuring unlimited food and beverage samples For tickets: www.winterpark.org or call 407.644.8281 Cost: $40 WP Chamber members $45 non-members and at the door WINTER PARK

Presented by: A D IVISIO N O F VS ME D IA GR O U P, IN C .

34 54TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

VILLAGE


CHARLES CLAYTON CONSTRUCTION

CHARLES CLAYTON CONSTRUCTION

Art Beyond The

32 TIME

Canvas

AURORA AWARD WINNER FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION & REMODEL A TIMELESS FAMILY TRADITION OF QUALITY INSPIRED HOMES FOR OVER 50 YEARS


www.CharlesClayton.com

407.628.3334

CGC#061392

©Cucciaioni Photography 2016


Spotlight

EMERGING ARTISTS

UP-AND-COMERS IN THE

T

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.

ERIC EYERLY

Eric Eyerly, a photographer based in Minneola, was born and raised in Clermont, in Lake County. His interest in photography started when he received a 35 mm camera as a gift and took a high school photography class. He immediately fell in love with the genre. He studied photography at the Southeast Center for Photographic Arts and Ohio University, where he earned his B.F.A. “I’ve always been interested in documenting what man builds, and what happens to it when abandoned or left behind,” Eyerly says. His photographs using this theme have been taken throughout the U.S. He's currently concentrating on abstract photos of trains. Email: ericeyerly@yahoo.com • Booth Number: 185

PATRICK MCKINNON

Patrick McKinnon says he’s always been an artist at heart. He earned a B.F.A. from UCF, but says the necessity of making a living caused him to put art on the back burner. “But life has a way of redirecting your focus,” he says. “I found my bread and butter in home building. Subconsciously, it became the outlet that would encourage my working with wood.” Soon he purchased his first lathe, and it took about three years learning how to use the equipment — and about the nuances of woodworking. “As I worked with and discovered the exotic woods, their grains and textures motivated my desire to showcase their natural beauty,” he says. Originally from North Dakota, McKinnon retired six years ago and has lived in Florida since 1972. He now spends full time on woodworking. Email: pmcki29681@aol.com • Booth Number: 186

JOHANA TORO

Johana Toro came to Orlando 16 years ago from Caracas, Venezuela. She began making sacred geometry art as a hobby while working as a civil engineering designer. Her work starts with paper, which is painted and hand cut with the same dedication and passion that she uses in her drawings. Toro’s designs are inspired by ancient symbology, crop circles, natural patterns, geometry, physics and math. She plans to learn more about other techniques and to explore new mediums. In addition to her civil engineering career, Toro is a massage therapist. Email: torojohana@gmail.com • Website: truemandala.com • Booth Number: 187 38 57TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL


Poster art by Sara England

Doggie Presents the thirteenth AnnuAl

A r t F e s t i vAl

Sunday, April 3rd 10:00am-4:00pm North Central Park in Winter Park

Featuring Pet related artists, vendors and adoPtion organizations event SponSorS:

A benefit for the SebAStiAn hAul fund - helping greyhoundS reAch their new fAmilieS.

For more information or artist/vendor space: 407-644-2969 • thedoggiedoor.com

The Ultimate in Style and Pet Comfort Completely washable featuring orthopedic and cooling gel foam. Perfect for Senior dogs and pets that get overheated in traditional pet beds. Available in sizes from Chihuahua to Great Dane in countless designer fabrics to match your home and decor.

AvAilAble At:

329 Park Avenue North • Winter Park • 407-644-2969 • www.thedoggiedoor.com STOP BY AND SEE US: Monday - Saturday: 10-7 • Sunday: 12-5 free All dAy pArking in the pArk plAce pArking gArAge


GALLERY CLAY Brian Beam Fulton, Michigam bbpottery@aol.com brianbeampottery.com Booth 169

Paul Jeselskis Michigan City, Indiana email@pauljeselskis.com Booth 44

Douglas Bringle Winter Park, Florida dbazores@aol.com douglasbringle.com Booth 161

Bruce Johnson Lake Mills, Wisconsin bclay1@charter.net brucejohnsonclaystudio.com Booth 52

Ira Burhans Palm Harbor, Florida claypaper@mac.com claypaper.com Booth 146

Michael Kahn and Mieko Kahn Greenbush, Michigan kahnmichael@sbcglobal.net Booth 158

Ed Coleman and Kate Coleman Swannanoa, North Carolina kedcol@bellsouth.net edandkatecoleman.com Booth 191

Robert Kastrinos Orlando, Florida rkastrinos@aol.com myspace.com/rkastrinos Booth 143

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

Ethan Lillemoe Norcross, Georgia ethanlillemoe@yahoo.com leiretidstudios.com Booth 200

Robert Hessler Kingston, New York rhpottery@gmail.com roberthessler.com Booth 149

Gail Markiewicz Woodbridge, Connecticut clayplay15@yahoo.com gmceramicart.com Booth 134

40 57TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL


GALLERY CLAY continued Craig McMillin and Ana McMillin Folsom, Louisiana studiomcmillin@aol.com studiomcmillin.com Booth 236

Geoffrey Harris Lexington, South Carolina geoffreyharris@earthlink.net geoffreyaaronharris.com Booth 27

Andrew Otis East Jordan, Michigan otispottery@gmail.com andrewotispottery.com Booth 251

Kate Harrold Nashville, Tennessee kate@kateharrold.com kateharrold.com Booth 105

Jim Parmentier and Shirl Parmentier Mars Hill, North Carolina parmentierpottery@mac.com parmentierpottery.com Booth 5

Laird Myer Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida laird@lairdvue.com lairdvue.com Booth 257

Jonathan White South Portland, Maine jwhite01@maine.rr.com oddinq.com Booth 24

James Richmond Titusville, Florida mrich735@aol.com richmondphotography.com Booth 232

DIGITAL ART

DRAWING AND PASTELS Rick Abrams DeLand, Florida aaamyart@gmail.com rickabrams.com Booth 102

Erin Curry Dallas, Texas biologygirl86@gmail.com ecurryart.com Booth 245

Sarah Collier Wilmington, North Carolina thecharmschooldropout@gmail.com thecharmschooldropout.com Booth 126

Chip DuPont Shiner, Texas chipdupont@gmail.com dupontstudio.com Booth 217

57TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL 41


GALLERY DRAWING AND PASTELS continued Jeff Eckert Tampa, Florida bagenius85@aol.com Booth 260

Ellen Marshall Ybor City Florida cowpainter@mac.com ellenmarshall.com Booth 37

Jennifer Gardner North Venice, Florida jennifer@jennifergardner.com jennifergardner.com Booth 154

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

Jeanne Goodman Norfolk, Virginia jeannegoodman420@gmail.com jeannegoodman.com Booth 230

Lawrence Packard Winter Haven, Florida l_packar@bellsouth.net packardnauticalart.com Booth 212

Helen Gotlib Dexter, Michigan helengotlib@gmail.com helengotlib.com Booth 63

Beau Stahl Pensacola, Florida stahl7266@att.net Booth 14

Ronna Katz Albuquerque, New Mexico ronnaonthewall@hotmail.com Booth 26

Richard Wilson Greenville, North Carolina richart71@aol.com richardwilsonart.com Booth 50

Clare Malloy Chicago, Illinois clare.e.malloy@gmail.com claremalloy.com Booth 43

R. Michael Wommack Langhorne, Pennsylvania wommackstudios@comcast.net wommackstudios.com Booth 39

42 57TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL


GALLERY EMERGING ARTISTS Eric Eyerly Minneola, Florida ericeyerly@yahoo.com Booth 185

Victoria Horner Charlottesville, Virginia vhbags@aol.com victoriahorner.com Booth 253

Patrick McKinnon Orlando, Florida pmcki29681@aol.com Booth 186

Jan Mayer Sandy, Utah janmayer@earthlink.net kriskascarves.com Booth 220

Johana Toro Orlando, Florida torojohana@gmail.com truemandala.com Booth 187

Adriana Rangel Toms River, New Jersey adriana@wovendreamdesigns.com wovendreamdesigns.com Booth 246

Kate Beck New Orleans, Louisiana katebecktextiles@gmail.com katebecktextiles.com Booth 106

Bounkhong Signavong and Wolfgang Grieger Secaucus, New Jersey tongbounkhong@gmail.com laodesignonline.com Booth 10

Candiss Cole-Footitt and Rodger Footitt Sedona, Arizona candiss@candisscole.com candisscole.com Booth 184

Mary Sly Friday Harbor, Washington sjsilk@centurytel.net Booth 225

Leah Dziewit MapleCity, Michigan leahdziewit@earthlink.net Booth 150

Joyce Stewart Central Islip, New York jesirie@optonline.net jesclothing.com Booth 122

FIBER

57TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL 43


GALLERY FIBER continued

Booth 138

Mark Lewanski Portland, Michigan m_lewanski@hotmail.com glassweavers.com Booth 116

Leon Applebaum Prattsburg, New York sahaj@empacc.net leonapplebaum.com Booth 108

Phillip Nolley Staunton, Virginia pnolley1@yahoo.com phillipnolley.com Booth 29

Lisa Aronzon Broadway, Virginia lisaaronzon@verizon.net lisaaronzon.com Booth 240

William Ortman Columbus, Ohio will@williamortman.com williamortman.com Booth 181

Brian Becher Columbus, Ohio brianbecher@mac.com brianbecher.com Booth 147

Steve Palmer Minnetonka, Minnesota starglassworks@comcast.net starglassworksdesign.com Booth 244

Robert Coby Cleveland, Ohio robertcobyglass@gmail.com robertcobyglass.com Booth 248

David Russell Camden, South Carolina david@russellartglass.com russellartglass.com Booth 206

Robin Kittleson Geneva, Illinois rkittleson@sbcglobal.net robinkittleson.com Booth 201

Richard Ryan Bourbonnais, Illinois vitreousmatter@yahoo.com vitreousmatter.com Booth 3

Jerry Yang Dublin, Ohio felimous@hotmail.com

GLASS

44 57TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL


GALLERY GLASS continued Andrew Shea Minneapolis, Minnesota sheaglass@aol.com sheaglass.com Booth 198

Deborah Armstrong Greenwich, Connecticut dearco50@gmail.com deboraharmstrong.com Booth 66

Douglas Sigwarth and Renee Sigwarth River Falls, Wisconsin dsigwarth@msn.com sigwarthglass.com Booth 65

Chip Arnold Webster, New York chiparnoldjewelry@gmail.com Booth 31

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

Amy Beeler Oregon, Ohio amybeeler2@aol.com amybeeler.com Booth 215

Mark Sudduth Cleveland Heights, Ohio m.sudduth@sbcglobal.net sudduthglass.com Booth 101

Randi Chervitz St. Louis, Missouri randi@uncommonthreadsjewelry.com uncommonthreadsjewelry.com Booth 171

David Thai Mississauga, Ontario davidthaistudio@gmail.com studiooneglass.ca Booth 226

Megan Clark Durham, North Carolina mcmetal24@gmail.com meganclarkjewelry.com Booth 20

Debra Adelson Collingswood New Jersey jewelry@debraadelson.com debraadelson.com Booth 41

Marc Ferguson and Suzanna Dimarco-Ferguson Naples, Florida info@suzannadimarco.com suzannadimarco.com Booth 194

JEWELRY

57TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL 45


GALLERY JEWELRY continued Samantha Freeman Philadelphia, Pennsylvania samantha@samanthafreemandesign.com samanthafreemandesign.com Booth 176

Brenna Klassen-Glanzer Minneapolis, Minnesota bkg.silver@gmail.com jewelrybybrenna.weebly.com Booth 103

Susan Frerichs Minneapolis, Minnesota susanfrerichs@yahoo.com susanelnora.com Booth 129

Karen Klinefelter Boise, Idaho karen@klinefelterstudio.com klinefelterstudio.com Booth 190

Mark Grosser Carmel, Indiana markagrosser@yahoo.com mgrosser.com Booth 15

Danielle Merzatta and Chris Merzatta Mendham, New Jersey merzatta@gmail.com merzatta.com Booth 202

Sue Hammes-Knopf Northfield, New Mexico sue@fullbloombeads.com fullbloombeads.com Booth 160

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

Julie Jerman-Melka and Jeffrey Melka Calumet, Michigan jjmelka@earthlink.net flyinganvildesigns.com Booth 165

Jay Nielsen Minneapolis, Minnesota nielsenmetals@gmail.com jaynielsenjewelry.com Booth 144

Tiara Sunkyung Kim and Tai Kim Edison, New Jersey taiandtiara@gmail.com taiandtiara.com Booth 8

Aaron Sault Denver, Colorado aaronsault@gmail.com aaronsaultjewelry.com Booth 207

46 57TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL


GALLERY JEWELRY continued Michael Stephens Edinburg, Pennsylvania lion41441@netscape.com silverandbold.com Booth 109

James Perry and Rombye Perry Greeneville, Tennessee rombye.perry@century21.com cordwainerleather.com Booth 223

Lauran Sundin Concord, New Hampshire info@lauransundin.com lauransundin.com Booth 224

Rudy Tell Cosby, Tennessee rudytell@bellsouth.net Booth 183

Michael Vagner Eugene, Oregon mickandnurit@gmail.com nuritandmickarts.com Booth 133

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

Youngjoo Yoo Berrin Springs, Michigan youngjooy@gmail.com studioyoungjoo.com Booth 254

Alberto Toro Maryville, Tennessee cuerotoro@gmail.com cuerotoro.com Booth 213

LEATHER

METAL Charles D’Onofrio Danbury, Connecticut donofrioleather@aol.com donofrioleather.com Booth 111

Stephen Breinager Detroit, Michigan stephenbreinager@hotmail.com Booth 247

Steve Edgar Tallahassee, Florida edgarleather@embarqmail.com edgarleather.com Booth 114

Robert Farrell Venice, Florida joesilversmith@verizon.net farrellsilver.com Booth 259

57TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL 47


GALLERY METAL continued Jimmy Langford Cumming, Georgia langford.jimmy@gmail.com Booth 164

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

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

Margaret Luttrell Knoxville, Tennessee margie.luttrell@comcast.net margeluttrell.com Booth 142

Chris Seeman Cincinnati Ohio cseeman8@gmail.com Booth 128

Ynon Mabat Longwood, Florida mabatart@gmail.com mabat-art.com Booth 252

MIXED MEDIA - 2D Gaston Carrio Houston, Texas artbyarchitect@yahoo.com artbyarchitect.com Booth 113

Michael Madzo Medora, North Dakota madzoo@aol.com michaelmadzo.com Booth 145

Jeffrey Gelick and Joyce Gelick Rolling Meadows, Illinois jgelick@att.net Booth 152

David McKirdy Tampa, Florida dmckirdy@earthlink.net Booth 243

Jenny Henley Marietta, Georgia jenny@henleystudios.com henleystudios.com Booth 227

Hayley Nolte and Scot Ray Philipsburg, Montana pburgcabin@yahoo.com pburgcabin.wix.com/hayley-nolte-art Booth 47

48 57TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL


GALLERY MIXED MEDIA - 2D continued

MIXED MEDIA - 3D

Lisa Norris Chattanooga, Tennessee lmnorris@gmail.com Booth 249

Linda Berman Jefferson, Louisiana linber14@yahoo.com Booth 242

Suzy Scarborough Columbia, South Carolina suzyscarborough@mac.com suzyscarborough.com Booth 61

David Burton Indialantic, Florida davidwburtonart@gmail.com davidburtonartwork.com Booth 221

Ezra Siegel Batavia, Illinois art@ezrasiegel.com ezrasiegel.com Booth 211

Magali Cereghino-Groves 0rlando, Florida magaligc@aol.com Booth 210

Tai Taeoalii Hannibal, Missouri tai@artbytai.com artbytai.com Booth 188

Angelique Conroy Baltimore, Maryland info@atticdwellers.com Booth 68

Cat Tesla Atlanta, Georgia teslac@earthlink.net artbycat.com Booth 173

Rey D’Alfonso Miami, Florida patucha@mac.com reyalfonsostudio.com Booth 49

Cheryl Ward and Steve Ward St. Augustine, Florida stevenlward@sbcglobal.net wardartstudio.com Booth 233

Beverly Hayden Chattanooga, Tennessee beverlylaughs@gmail.com beverlyhayden.com Booth 256

57TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL 49


GALLERY MIXED MEDIA - 3D continued Alice Legler and Bob Legler Mission, Kansas leglerknives@leglerknives.com leglerknives.com Booth 172

Stephen Bach Orlando, Florida stephenbach1@aol.com stephenbach.com Booth 107

Trent Manning Winter Haven, Florida tm2art@yahoo.com trentmanningstudio.com Booth 23

Bert Beirne Flowery Branch, Georgia 8beirne@gmail.com bertbeirne.com Booth 231

Tiffany Ownbey Rutherfordton, North Carolina tiffonb@msn.com tiffanyownbey.com Booth 4

Jerry Brem Lady’s Island, South Carolina jerry_brem@hotmail.com jabrem.com Booth 139

Laurie Wilhite and Gerald Wilhite Santa Claus, Indiana wilhite@psci.net Booth 195

Cindy Capehart Gainesville, Florida cindycapehartist@gmail.com cindycapehart.com Booth 13

Steve Andrews Tallahassee, Florida stevea440@aol.com steveandrewsart.com Booth 45

James Carter Southbury, Connecticut carterairbrush@aol.com jamescarterstudio.blogspot.com Booth 155

Lisa Ashinoff Virginia Beach, Virginia info@lisaashinoff.com lisaashinoff.com Booth 120

Matthew Cornell Orlando, Florida matthewcornell@aol.com matthewcornell.com Booth 1

PAINTING

50 57TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL


GALLERY PAINTING continued Scott Coulter Sarasota, Florida rs.coulter@gmail.com scottcoulter.net Booth 100

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

Pamela Covington Overland Park, Kansas pamelagcovington@aol.com pamelacovingtonart.com Booth 7

John Harris Norwalk, Connecticut harrisstudio@optonline.net artjohnharris.com Booth 56

Rey D’Alfonso Miami, Florida patucha@mac.com reyalfonsostudio.com Booth 48

Ginny Herzog Minneapolis, Minnesota ginny@herzogart.com herzogart.com Booth 104

Dean DiMarzo Naples, Florida dimarzos@aol.com facebook.com/Dean-DiMarzoGallery-414573231919807 Booth 192

Peyton Higgison Brunswick, Maine biffpeyton@comcast.net peytonart.com Booth 204

Michael Donner Dlugolecki Wickliffe, Ohio cowguypix@gmail.com m-w-d-gallery.myshopify.com Booth 18

Bruce Holwerda Hoover, Alabama bruceholwerda@gmail.com bruceholwerda.com Booth 30

Ummarid Eitharong Orlando, Florida ue_thai@yahoo.com Booth 67

Xiao Jiang Scarborough, Ontario xjiang08@hotmail.com Booth 218

57TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL 51


GALLERY PAINTING continued Susan Kennicott Rockledge, New Jersey suniedaz@hotmail.com susankennicott.com Booth 151

Bruce Peeso Monson, Massachusetts bpeeso@comcast.net backroadsgallery2.homestead.com Booth 22

Ning Lee Livingston, New Jersey ninglee@ningleeart.com ningleeart.com Booth 148

Loretta Petraitis St. Petersburg, Florida lorettapetra@gmail.com lorettapetraitis.com Booth 28

Justin Lyons Santa Rosa Beach, Florida justin@exhibit7.com jlyonsart.com Booth 238

Robert Ross Altamonte Springs, Florida ross.rf@gmail.com robertrossart.com Booth 163

Bernard J Martin Winter Park, Florida bernie.bjm@gmail.com bernardmartin.com Booth 222

Megan Rowland Tampa, Florida evrowland5@gmail.com meganrowland.com Booth 130

Scott Olson Chicago, Illinois kompressiongraphics@hotmail.com scottolsonfineart.com Booth 42

Brian Sage Boston, Massachusetts brian@sageartworks.com sageartworks.com Booth 209

Ken Orton Venice, Florida susanorton@kenortongallery.com kenorton.com Booth 258

Maryann Schmidt Galway, New York schmidt6720@aol.com maschmidt.com Booth 112

52 57TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL


GALLERY PAINTING continued John Whipple Winter Park, Florida jxlwhipple@aol.com whippleart.wordpress.com Booth 6

Stephen Sebastian Thomasville, North Carolina etch77@northstate.net Booth 54

PHOTOGRAPHY Lin Seslar Evergreen, Colorado lin@linseslar.com linseslarpaintings.com Booth 34

Yu Zhou Yardley, Pennsylvania jeffyuzhou@hotmail.com zhouyufinearts.com Booth 46

Randall Smith Winter Park, Florida randallcsmith@earthlink.net rcsarts.com Booth 64

Joel Anderson Lykens, Pennsylvania joelandersonphoto@me.com joelandersonphoto.com Booth 59

Don Sondag Maitland, Florida donsondag@icloud.com donsondag.com Booth 125

Richard Auger Orlando, Florida richard@richardauger.com richardauger.com Booth 127

Jinsheng Song Fort McCoy, Florida songart1@126.com art-mind.com Booth 179

Thomas Brain and Kevin Ann Brain Rockford, Illinois tombrain1@aol.com thomasbrainphotography.com Booth 178

Dylan Strzynski Dexter, Michigan dylanstrzynski@gmail.com dylanstrzynski.com Booth 62

Michael Bryant Atlanta, Georgia mb@michael-bryant.com michael-bryant.com Booth 11

57TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL 53


GALLERY PHOTOGRAPHY continued Doug Cavanah Franklin, North Carolina dcavanah@aol.com dcpanorama.com Booth 140

Marius Moore Gulfport, Florida mariusmoor@aol.com mariusmoore.com Booth 9

Micheal Paul Cole Hannibal, Missouri cole@michealpaulcole.com michealpaulcole.com Booth 156

Ray Mosteller Easley, South Carolina ray@PhotoByRay.com photobyray.com Booth 180

Cali Hobgood Urbana, Illinois cali@photographsbycali.com photographsbycali.com Booth 38

Ron Rocz Charleston, South Carolina ronroczphoto@gmail.com ronroczphoto.com Booth 197

Steve Keating Thornton, Colorado festival@steve-keating.com steve-keating.com Booth 162

Garry Seidel Davie, Florida sartphoto@aol.com Booth 69

Sunny Liang Chicago, Illinois sunnyw.liang@yahoo.com keithliang.com Booth 235

Paul Shatz Charleston, South Carolina paul@paulshatz.com paulshatz.com Booth 216

Jerome Maschinot Cave Spring, Georgia jermaschinot@bellsouth.net maschinot.net Booth 135

Paul Stevens Achilles, Virginia cbphoto4u@yahoo.com paulmstevens.com Booth 239

54 57TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL


GALLERY PRINTMAKING Steve Wewerka St. Paul, Minnesota steve@wewerkaphoto.com stevewewerka.com Booth 219

Chia Haruta Hanover, Michigan charuta@frontiernet.net Booth 57

Kent Ambler Greenville, South Carolina amblerk@bellsouth.net kentambler.com Booth 119

Flo Kemp Setauket, New York floekemp@aol.com flokemp.com Booth 237

Carolyn Cohen Orlando, Florida carolyncohen@earthlink.net carolyncohen.com Booth 175

Stephen Sebastian Thomasville, North Carolina etch77@northstate.net Booth 55

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

Grant Silverstein Mansfield, Pennsylvania gms4@npacc.net grantsilverstein.com Booth 60

Kim Eubank Richmond, Virginia kimeubankarts@gmail.com kimeubank.com Booth 141

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

SCULPTURE Victor Gomez and Maggie Trujillo Miami, Florida ccfa@bellsouth.net Miami-Press.com Booth 174

Kreg Yingst Pensacola, Florida kregyingst@cox.net kregyingst.com Booth 208

57TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL 55


GALLERY SCULPTURE continued Albert Benedict Whitewater, Wisconsin benedictsculpture@gmail.com Booth 199

Jack Hill DeLand, Florida jackhillsculpture@gmail.com jackhillsculpture.com Booth 33

David Bryce Great Barrington, Massachusetts flycreek@bcn.net flycreekstudio.com Booth 110

Kue King and Corbett Griffith Woodbury, Tennessee corbett@kueking.com kueking.com Booth 2

Ruben Fasani Buenos Aires, Argentina rubenfasani@gmail.com rubenfasani.com Booth 121

Kevin Lubbers Oreana, Illinois pagstudio@gmail.com Booth 193

David Figueroa Sanford, Florida daviddavidsculpture@mail.com daviddavidsculpture.com Booth 51

Brianna Martray Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania brianna@briannamartray.com briannamartray.com Booth 131

Will Grant Bradenton, Florida willgrant@verizon.net Booth 157

Steven Olszewski Pinckney, Michigam spolszewski@gmail.com stevenolszewskisculpture.com Booth 58

Su Griggs Allen Sarasota, Florida finney6verizon.net sugriggsallen.com Booth 189

Gabriel Puyana Orlando, Florida puyanas@embarqmail.com Booth 159

56 57TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL


GALLERY SCULPTURE continued Cathy Rose New Orleans, Louisiana porcelainheart@cox.net cathyrose.com Booth 136

Robert Flowers Summerfield, North Carolina rflowers@triad.rr.com Booth 250

Bonnie Shanas Cherry Hill, New Jersey shanas.bonnie@gmail.com bonnieshanasart.com Booth 203

Peggy Furlin Lake Mills, Wisconsin bandpart@yahoo.com artid.com/efstudio Booth 229

Wayne Trinklein St. Peters, Missouri waynetrinklein@hotmail.com waynetrinklein.com Booth 118

Charles Greenholdt Cape Coral, Florida cgwatercolors@aol.com cgwatercolor.com Booth 40

Gary Curtis Woodstock, Georgia garydcurtis47@comcast.net garycurtiswatercolors.com Booth 182

Farhana Hussain and Rod Hemming Buchanan, Virginia farhanaartist@gmail.com Booth 177

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

Lori Jenkins Melbourne, Florida jenks1156@aol.com loripittenjenkins.com Booth 35

Z.L. Feng Radford, Virginia zfeng@radford.edu zlfeng.com Booth 137

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

WATERCOLOR

57TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL 57


GALLERY WATERCOLOR continued M. Kemper Oklahoma City, Oklahoma kemper26@hotmail.com Booth 255

Mike Duflo Dunkirk, New York mrblues@verizon.net woodduflo.com Booth 214

William Kwamena-Poh Savannah, Georgia william.kofiakwa@gmail.com Booth 123

Kent Harriss Lake City, Florida kharriss@comcast.net artisticturning.com Booth 166

Rick Loudermilk Austin, Texas tolisalou@gmail.com rickloudermilk.com Booth 241

Shaari Horowitz Sharon, Connecticut shaari@msn.com shaarihorowitz.com Booth 168

Michael Weber Port St. Lucie, Florida weberwatercolors@earthlink.net weberwatercolors.net Booth 167

Paul Lambrecht Lanesboro, Minnesota paul@paullambrecht.com paullambrecht.com Booth 205

Vonnie Whitworth Virginia Beach, Virginia vonniewhitworthart@verizon.net Booth 53

Janet O’Rourke and Jay O’Rourke Cocoa, Florida janetjayo@gmail.com janetorourkedesigns.com Booth 117

James Barnes Woolwine, Virginia 2edbarnes4@gmail.com Booth 19

Greg Thomas-Moore Deltona, Florida gntm@hotmail.com tlwbc.com Booth 124

WOOD

58 57TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL


25% off Select Jewelery Watches Up to 50% off

All that glitters …

Graduation u Anniversary u Birthday u Valentines Day Holidays u Engagement u Wedding

Reynolds & Co. Jewelers Since 1974

“Serving Winter Park For Forty Years” 232 North Park Av enue •

Winter Park •

4 07. 6 4 5 . 2 278•

w w w. Rey n o l d s J ewe l e r.co m


PATRONS PLATINUM

GOLD

Marie Schiavi and Donna Loggie David and Wendy Southon

The Ancient Olive Bryan Behling and Jeffery Schrader

SILVER Mary Adkins
 Aloma Title Company Terry A. Breese
 Richard Bryan
 Minter Byrd
 Mike and Terry Davis

Randy and Kathy Elliott Mark and Tiffany Feinberg
 Gavin and Annette Ford
 Will and Molly Fulghom Robert B. Goldstein, M.D., P.A.


Robert and Madeline Gordon Phil Kean and Brad Grosberg
 Bob and Jan Leaman
 Meredith Murphy
 Kathy Phillips
 Dan and Carla Priehs

BRONZE Sheila Arnold
 John and Kay Custis
 The Honorable Alan Dickey and Mrs. Laurie Dickey
 Bill and Ucola Forness


Steve and Diane Goll
 Debbie Greear Marc and Henrietta Katzen
 Jim Kersey
 Mark and Ellen Lang
 Paul and Stacey Manos


Tom and Carol Miller Hal and Claire Schmidt
 James G. Shepp
 Steve and Ava Simms Mike and Gail Winn

PATRON TENT SPONSORS Commerce National Bank & Trust

The Mayflower
Retirement Community

PRESENTED BY

60 57TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL


PATRONS STANDARD Allen and Peggy Amos
 Stephen and Lori Fairbanks
 Robin Angel
 Janice Farnsworth
 Sarah Arnold
 Lamont and Lynda Garber
 Jim and Gail Baxter
 Jean Gillen
 Kathy Benham
 Mike and Mary Glasgow
 Dr. Kimberly Besuden
 John and Barbara Gugel
 Nancy Calhoun Bill and Linda Guthrie
 Charles and Carolyn Bethel
 Howard and Suzy Harris
 Morris and Carolyn Bird Mike and Kristi Hlavek
 Carter and Jan Bowman
 Scott and Sue Hudson
 Susan Bright
 Woody and Netta Igou Terry Bryant
 ImageServe 3D Printing (Dave Owen)
 C&H Auto Service
 Wayne and Patricia Jones
 Rick and Cindy Caccavello
 Michael and Aimee Kakos
 Dennis and Virginia Casey
 Ruth Kazeck
 Janet Charity and Susan Cochran
 Douglas and Elaine Kerr
 Thomas and Gail Colman John and Linda King
 Delos and Beth Clift
 Bob and Marcia Klettner
 Jim Cooper and Carmen Dominguez
 Richard and Wendy Kozak
 Mark and Laura Cosgrove Eric and Jane Lanigan
 Karen Crabtree and Elenita E. Brodie
 Salvador and Susan Lanza
 David and Cynthia DerHagopian
 Scott and Elyse Levitt
 Maggie DeVane and Bill Hauck Monte Livermore
 Duncan DeWahl
 Ron and Marilyn Lowry Jeff and Judy Doster Paul and Judy Luckett
 Stephen and Joan Elker
 Lester and Sonia Mandell Richard and Carol Ellis
 Congressman John L. Mica and Mrs. Pat Mica Lief and Jan Erickson
 Albert and Maija Michejda
 Dykes and Lisa Everett
 Lynn Minkow


Jim and Carole Moreland Alice Moulton Joe and Jodi Nunziata
 Lisa Nupp and Tom Hayden Park Plaza Hotel
 Virginia Peterson Dr. and Mrs. Jay Plotkin
 Preston and Christine Richmond
 Kimberly Roberts
 Morna Robbins Dr. Scott Rotatori, M.D., P.A.
 David and Pamela Schulte
 Sharon Snow
 Denis and Sue Springer
 Kimberly Sterling and Brian Stehli
 Bill and Leslie Stern
 Pamela Stewart and Karen Knox
 David Stone and Keith Newhouse
 Amy Thrasher and Bill Nethery
 Rob Turner and T Jay York
 Bob and Kathy Walker
 Dick and Louise Weiner Dr. and Mrs. Mark Williams
 Carol Wisler
 Dr. Wayne and Ms. Ellen Wolfson
 Bruce and Michaelle Woodruff
 Sally Zarnowiec
 Steven and Julie Zimmerman
 Edward and Phyllis Zissman

PRESENTED BY

57TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL 61


PATRONS CALL 407-644-7202 OR VISIT WPSAF.ORG FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT BECOMING A PATRON

Winter Park’s Distinctive Retirement Community

1620 Mayflower Court Winter Park, FL 32792 www.themayflower.com 407.672.1620 88141 PRAD WPSAF 3/2016

62 57TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL


MUST-HAVE PAVÉ Charms that go with everything. Call them The New Classics. Share your #PandoraStyle and discover more at Pandora.net Shown: Stars and lights pavé charms on .925 sterling silver bracelet

A Unique Boutique with Purpose www.WalkonWaterfl.com

1140 TownPark Lane Suite 1250 460 N. Orlando Avenue Suite 106 walkonwaterfl.com Lake Mary, FL 32746 Winter Park, FL 32789 407.805.0477 407.539.2079


THANK YOU

Management | Leasing | Brokerage | Acquisitions | Receiverships 301 S. New York Avenue Suite 200 Winter Park, FL 32789

T: 407-691-0505 F: 407-691-0506 Licensed Real Estate Broker

WWW .H O L D TH YS S E N.C O M

`

A big thank you to Rick Morgan of Coastline Studios for creating a new logo for The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival.

Thank You Rick Morgan!

Thank You Friends of the Festival

`

`

`

The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival thanks the Galloway Foundation for their support of programs for children and art education at the festival.

The Alfond Inn The Ancient Olive Antonella’s Pizzeria Art Systems of Florida Denise Autorino, Passport to Park Ave. Peggy Amos Beachcamp Design Bocelli Inc., Garden Center Cask & Larder Commerce National Bank & Trust Costco David and Jennifer Foley, Pocket Program Designers’ Press Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation Fifth Third Bank Florida Home Media, LLC Florida Hospital Freshpoint The Galloway Foundation Geico George’s Gourmet Cookies

The Spice and Tea Exchange Hold Thyssen Seminole State College Volunteers Hunter Vision St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church iHeart Radio Steinway Piano Gallery Altamonte Springs ImageServe 3D Printing Shake Shack Kappa Delta Pi Trustco Bank LaSpadas Subs UCF Honors College Magic 107.7 FM University High School Beta Club The Mayflower Retirement Community ` UCP of Florida Minter Byrd VSA Florida Mitchell’s Fish Market WFTV, Eyewitness News 9 Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art The Wine Barn Nespresso The Winter Park Boat Tour Nothing Bundt Cakes The Winter Park Chamber of Commerce Ocean Spray The City of Winter Park Oviedo High School Beta Club Winter Park Country Club Oz Media Winter Park High School Volunteers Park Plaza Gardens The Winter Park Land Co. The Park Press Winter Park Magazine Phil Kean Design Group ` Winter Park Pedestrian & Bicycle Advisory Board Rick Morgan, Coastline Studios Orlando WUCF Rotary Club of Winter Park

And all of our enthusiast and dedicated Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival volunteers 64 57TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL


She is why

She Is Why Life Is

life is

Amazing. Women are special.

That’s why we’ve created

a comprehensive network of care specializing in women’s unique healthcare needs, including a constellation of community hospitals, extended-care services and the new Florida Hospital for Women in Orlando. It’s special care for special people. Because women are one of the reasons

LIFE isis AMAZING. AMAZING. LIFE

FH4Women.com 16-WOMENS-00824


Welcome to Park Maitland!

A legacy of leadership for over 45 years. Since 1968, Park Maitland has been growing the leaders of tomorrow. We offer a proven foundation of excellence in education and provide children the tools they need to realize their dreams!

RACHEL CHIPMAN ALLEN Park Maitland Graduate – 1979 Northwestern University, B.A. in Communications & Performance Studies University of Oregon, Master’s degree in Theatre Rachel is currently a tenured Professor of Humanities at Valencia College (18 years) and is the Coordinator of the Peace and Justice Institute at the college.

For more information: 407-647-3038, or visit ParkMaitland.org Fully accredited by The Florida Council of Independent Schools and The Florida Kindergarten Council

at the dr. phillips Center Presented by Park Maitland School

Music by richard rodgers Lyrics by oSCar HaMMErSTEIN II Book by howard lindsay & rUSSEL CroUSE Suggested by “The Trapp Family Singers” by Maria augusta Trapp

Tickets on sale

apriL 4th

Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival 2016  
Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival 2016