Page 1


“The Seal of Homebuilding Excellence”

Pledged to maintaining the highest professional standards in the homebuilding industry, the Master Custom Builder 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.

Cahill Homes Charles Clayton Construction Dave Brewer DeLorenzo Homes Derrick Builders Farina & Sons

Goehring & Morgan Construction Hannigan Homes Hardwick General Contracting Issa Homes, Inc. J. Richard Watson Construction Kelsey Custom Homes

Legacy Custom Built McNally Construction Group Phil Kean Design Group Posada Custom Homes Regal Classic Homes Silliman Cityside Homes

Speer Homes Stonebridge Homes The Einheit Company Woodruff Construction and Development

P.O. Box 536732 • Orlando, Florida 32853 • 407.875.2121• www.custombuilt.com • www.facebook.com/MasterCustomBuilderCouncil


2017 OFFICIAL PROGRAM The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival

TM

WHAT’S INSIDE 2 President’s Letter 4 Board Members 6 Festival at a Glance 10 Map 12 2017 Exhibitors 16 Judges 18 Poster Artist 20 Leon Theodore Schools Exhibit 22 Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation 23 Children’s Workshop 24 Mayor’s Letter 25 Local Color 26 The Foundation 27 Best of Show Collection 29 Entertainment 36 Morse Museum 38 Emerging Artists

40 Gallery of Exhibiting Artists 40 Clay 41 Digital Art 42 Drawing and Pastels 43 Emerging Artists 43 Fiber 44 Glass 46 Jewelry 47 Leather 48 Metal 48 Mixed Media/2D 49 Mixed Media/3D 50 Painting 53 Photography 54 Printmaking 55 Sculpture 56 Watercolor 57 Wood 59 2016 Winners 60 Patrons 63 Thank You

P.O. Box 597, Winter Park, FL 32790  • 407-644-7207 •  wpsaf@wpsaf.org • wpsaf.org

58TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

1


PRESIDENT’S LETTER

A Family

Tradition I

t all started 10 years ago when I attended a Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival meeting to see if it might be something I’d like to be part of. Needless to say, I stayed! When March starts, you can feel the excitement building — mixed with a little stress — and we all know it’s almost showtime. This year’s poster is by the late Al Carroll, a graphic artist who conceived of the design more than 20 years ago. Each year, the pressure is on to come up with something new, fresh and still very Winter Park. I think we were successful — and I hope you like and appreciate the result. My son, Max, is as much a part of the festival as I am. Each year we walk around and discuss which piece of art we’ll get that year. He’s learned about different styles, different categories — and that we don’t always like the same thing. Max is fortunate to have been introduced to art at such a young age, both inside and outside the classroom. Each year, our Leon Theodore Schools Exhibit showcases the talents of students in Orange County schools. The pride young people feel when their work is selected to be shown is priceless — and if by doing this we inspire a future artist, then we’ve succeeded. Please take the time to visit the school display and the Children’s Workshop, where kids can paint and enjoy arts-and-crafts activities organized by our area museums. What makes the festival so successful each year is our hardworking board members who care enough to do it well, our volunteers who help us during the threeday event by taking care of artists, selling posters and manning the information center, and our patrons who support the artists by buying their beautiful pieces. We have sponsors who make it possible to offer so much more to our artists and our visitors, and the City of Winter Park whose support and assistance allows us to

2 58TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

pull it off each year — and to make it look effortless. I wish you all a beautiful day full of sun, fun, good eats and lots of good art. Thank you for your support each year.

Louise De Veer President 2017 Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival

Louise De Veer and her son, Max, look forward to the festival as a way to bond over a shared interest in art.


AT THIS MOMENT

TIME STOOD STILL W I N T E R PA R K , F LO RI DA 2: 3 0 P. M .

Contact us today for a consultation on how your home can be marketed in Central Florida and around the world. PREMIERSOTHEBYSREALTY.COM

premiersir.com/id/O5449857

VISIT OUR NEW WINTER PARK SALES GALLERY 407.644.3295 | 233 West Park Avenue | Winter Park, Florida 32789 Sotheby’s International Realty® and the Sotheby’s International Realty logo are registered service marks used with permission. Each office is independently owned and operated. Equal Housing Opportunity. Property information herein is derived from various sources including, but not limited to, county records and multiple listing services, and may include approximations. All information is deemed accurate.


PHOTO BY RUBEN MADRID

BOARD MEMBERS

2017 Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival Board

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Louise De Veer President Monte Livermore, Jr. Co-President Elect

Amy Thrasher Co-President Elect Duncan DeWahl Treasurer

Julie Behr Zimmerman Co-Treasurer Barbara Gugel Recording Secretary

Alice Moulton Corresponding Secretary Holly Henson Past President, 2016

BOARD MEMBERS Richard Awsumb Ralph Barbato Kirsys Bennett Carolyn Bird Drew Brooks Pat Bruno Tom Bruno Nancy J. Calhoun Melanie Carrigan

Amanda Concelman Janice Elsheimer Liz Eunice Laura Fogleman Debbie Greear Michael Hlavek Sally Leslie Ruben Madrid Camille Marchese

Carole Moreland Wayne H. Osley Dave Owen Sandra Sandberg Jean Sprimont Rebecca Swanson Savannah Taylor Carol Wisler Greg Witherspoon

PROVISIONAL MEMBERS Terry Forrester

Vic Smirnow

Rachel Frisby

SUSTAINING MEMBERS Dale Amlund Sarah E. Arnold Sabrina Balthazor Keith Barden Betty Bay Karen Branen Daphne Cukier Joann Darnell Bonnie Davis Nancy Deutsch Hal Downing 4 58TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

Joyce Evans Jan Farnsworth Margaret Fountain Conny Glicken Linda Guthrie Debbie Hauert Mercer Herman Shari Hodgson Doug Kerr John King Linda King

Bob Klettner Sandy Lenzen Brian Millard Talley Mendinhall Jeanne Odom Lois Payne Beth Raffo Jessica Reo Morna Robbins Tom Sacha Steve Schoene

Nancy Stephenson Cynthia Sucher Churchill Thompson Danny Thompson Katie Gill 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 & Along Park Avenue in Winter Park WHEN: March 17, 18 and 19, 2017 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 debuted in March 1960 as a community project to bring local artists and art lovers together. It’s produced by an all-volunteer board and draws more than 350,000 visitors each year. More than 1,100 artists from around the world applied for the 2017 festival. An independent panel of three judges selected the 225 artists exhibiting their works. The festival consistently ranks as one of the top juried fineart festivals in the country. Recent accolades include a No. 4 ranking on Art Fair Calendar’s roster of Best Art Fairs. Also last year, the festival was listed among Art Fair SourceBook’s Top 10 Fine Art Shows and among Sunshine Artist Magazine’s Top 100.

CATEGORIES

The festival features a wide variety of fine arts and crafts in the following categories: Clay, Digital Art, Drawings and Pastels, Fiber, Glass, Graphics and Printmaking, Jewelry, Leather, Metal, Mixed Media/2D, Mixed Media/3D, Painting, Photography, Sculpture, Watercolor and Wood. The festival also spotlights three Emerging Artists.

AWARDS

Artists compete for 63 awards totaling $72,500. The Best of Show winner is purchased for $10,000 by The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival 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 by 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 highprofile concert on Friday night. This year’s headliner will be Jessy J, featuring Nathan Mitchell. Jessy is a highly acclaimed contemporary jazz saxophonist with many hits on the Billboard Jazz charts, while Mitchell is known for his soulful jazz vocals and musical versatility.

MERCHANDISE

Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival T-shirts and other memorabilia are available at three merchandise sales 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). The late Al Carroll, for decades a prominent graphic artist in Winter Park, conceived this year’s poster art 20 years ago with a penand-ink drawing of Park Avenue as seen from Central Park. Carroll and his daughter, Hannah Welch, transformed the drawing into a beautiful full-color digital creation shortly before Carroll’s death in December. Posters will be sold at the three large merchandise tents. A vintage merchandise tent will be located next to the festival headquarters at Park Avenue and Morse Boulevard. After the festival is over, you can still purchase this year’s poster — and posters from years past — by visiting wpsaf.org.

FAMILY FUN

Children can create their own artwork at the Children’s Workshop. Easel painting is very popular, and local art centers and museums feature a variety of fun, hands-on art activities just for kids. Admission is free, and participants may take home their creations. Hours for the Children’s Workshop 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 a new generation of talented artists is the Leon Theodore Schools Exhibit, where artwork by hundreds of Orange County students is on display (see map, pages 10-11). The creativity and level of expertise displayed by these young artists will delight and amaze you. Be sure to check out this wonderful exhibit.

COMPLIMENTARY BIKE VALET

Enjoy the festival while your bike is safely monitored. Located on Morse Boulevard across the street from the SunRail parking lot, a free bike valet service is provided during festival hours by the Winter Park Pedestrian and Bicycle Advisory Board (see map, pages 10-11).

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

NO ANIMALS are allowed (except 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 58TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL


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

6 UNITS REMAINING

JUST SOLD!

2017 • Downtown WP • $2.65 - $3.9 M

3,300 - 4,300 SF, 3BE, Park Hill, an ultra-luxury townhome project w/ unmatched quality craftsmanship located along the famed stretch of Park Avenue that encompasses downtown & its many charms

2010 • WP—Windsong • $2.950.000

6,831 SF, 4BE, European French estate on premier 1/2 acre lot, exquisite details throughout, 1st flr master retreat, 2 offices, home theater & covered lanai w/ summer kitchen

1936 • Downtown WP • $2.195.000

3,992 SF, 4BE, Santa Barbara style Mediterranean in the heart of downtown Winter Park overlooking Lake Osceola… artfully renovated and expanded in 2008

2013 • WP Chain of Lakes • $11.000.000

19,795 SF, 4BE, Spectacular downtown Winter Park lakefront estate. Record setting Winter Park sale! Buyer represented by Mick & John.

2017 • Winter Park • $1.095 - $1.150 M 3,229 – 3,350 SF, 3-4BE, Penn Place, brand new luxury townhomes w/ quality craftsmanship & convenient location

2008 • Downtown WP • $1.475.000

3,112 SF, 3BE, Luxurious bright & open townhome facing Park Avenue located in the Douglas Grand, one of Central Florida’s most distinctive in-town living experiences

2008 • Lake Maitland • $2.395.000

3,712 SF, 4BE, Premier setting in the heart of the Via’s, spectacular lakefront views from almost every room, chef’s island kitchen, boathouse w/ lift & white sandy shoreline

2017 • Winter Park • $1.445.000

3,937 SF, 4BE, Alys/Rosemary Beach style home built w/ all the latest modern design & amenities… bright open flr plan, multiple flex spaces, terrific entertaining areas inside & out

Over $1.1 Billion in Career Sales • More Than 35 Years of Real Estate Experience #1 Agents in Winter Park, Maitland & Orlando Specializing in Lakefront, New Construction & Luxury Homes

MICK NIGHT REALTOR

micknight1@gmail.com

407.629.4446 www.night-pinel.com

JOHN PINEL REALTOR

johnbpinel@gmail.com


WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL THE OFFICIAL PROGRAM RANDY NOLES EDITOR AND PUBLISHER CAROLYN EDMUNDS ART DIRECTOR LORNA OSBORN SENIOR ASSOCIATE PUBLISHER KATHY BYRD ASSOCIATE PUBLISHER THERESA SWANSON PUBLISHER, REAL ESTATE PUBLICATIONS PAULA CHASE ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE HARRY WESSEL CONTRIBUTING EDITOR

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

8 58TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL


Professional Custom Framing The Art Collector’s Choice for Framing Open Everyday - samflaxorlando.com 1800 East Colonial Drive, Orlando FL (407) 898-9785


2017 WINTER PARK SIDEWALK Visit the Beer Garden

Located just south of Morse Boulevard

for refreshing cold beers and fine wines.

The Rotary Club of Winter Park and Wayne Densch

10 58TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

Sponsored by


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.

58TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

11


2017 EXHIBITORS 57 Clare Malloy 168 Collin Margerum 199 Sandra Meyer 212 Lawrence Packard 39 R. Michael Wommack

EMERGING ARTISTS 185 Lori Schinelli 186 Xina Scuderi 187 Marisa White

CLAY

72 Susan Anderson 241 Susan Bach 167 Brian Beam 37 Jim Bridgeman 110 Fong Choo 120 Michael Hamlin 61 John Herbon 161 Robert Hessler 135 Mina Heuslein 180 Gabriel Isaac 65 Bruce Johnson 55 William Kidd 232 Scott Martin and Jenny Martin 244 Brenda McMahon 134 Don McWhorter 132 Marti Mocahbee 128 Ilene Phelan 217 Michael Schwegmann 34 Cheryl Mackey Smith 227 David Smyth and Judy Cid 48 Reiko Uchytil 143 Valerie Walchek 197 Jonathan White

DIGITAL ART

230 Rick Abrams 73 Amanda Bennett and Keri Satterfield 219 Jason Brueck 249 Kate Harrold 26 Randi Lorber

DRAWING AND PASTELS 15 William Armstrong 246 Gary Bachers 182 Greg Barnes 70 David Bjurstrom 52 Edson Campos 239 Roxane Chardon 204 Erin Curry 105 Chip DuPont 234 Vicki Jones

12 58TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

FIBER

49 Marcy Bates 112 Kate Beck 170 Candiss Cole-Footitt and Rodger Footitt 136 Marla Duran 29 Deborah Falls 162 Susan Luks 216 Jeanne Melillo 104 Libby Mitchell 233 Diane Perry 8 Bounkhong Signavong 47 Mary Sly 183 Jean Yao

GLASS

248 Robert Coby 122 Sebastian Coleman 181 Dylan Engler 211 Ruben Fasani 78 Angelo Fico 60 Jeremy Griffith and Chelsea Griffith 224 Nicolette Jelen 33 Robin Kittleson 229 Minh Martin 130 Phillip Nolley 107 Marianne Shepardson 237 Douglas Sigwarth and Renee Sigwarth 176 Scott Simmons

101 Mark Sudduth 163 David Thai 193 James Weiler and Todd Manicki 9 Warner Whitfield and Beatriz Kelemen

JEWELRY

43 Barbara Bayne 200 Pam Caidin 158 Patricio Ferreira 16 Susan Frerichs 154 Christiane Hampel 165 Julie Jerman-Melka and Jeffrey Melka 38 Wiwat Kamolpornwijit 69 Ronetta Krause and Keith Krause 231 Aileen Lampman 113 Iris Ledesma 76 Danielle Merzatta and Chris Merzatta 126 Ayala Naphtali 253 Christian Nevin 22 Rex Nockengust and Gene Allen 184 Anna Saulino 228 Jill Schienle 194 Melissa Stiles 149 Michael Vagner and Nurit Asher Vagner 6 Youngjoo Yoo and James Won

LEATHER

218 Andres Arango 3 Steve Edgar 250 James Perry and Rombye Perry 147 Anette Skoog 46 Alberto Toro

METAL

10 Anthony Arkus 175 Kevin Duval 102 Robert Farrell 74 Kue King and Corbett Griffith 124 Dave MacDonald 209 Luke Proctor

MIXED MEDIA/2D

198 Meyer Abrams 179 Joseph Bradley


2017 EXHIBITORS 215 Chris Bruno 31 Gaston Carrio 152 Benjamin Frey 20 Helen Gotlib 41 Jenny Henley 108 Stacia Holllmann 243 Sam Jones IV 145 Michael Madzo 56 Scott Olson 140 Regina Piantedosi 62 Suzy Scarborough 21 Dylan Strzynski

MIXED MEDIA/3D

27 Geoff Buddie and Chris Rom 114 Luis Gonzalez 192 Beverly Hayden 40 Jennifer Ivory 208 Nicario Jimenez 103 Trent Manning 111 Michael Thiele and Joah Thiele 138 Phil Woodward

PAINTING

142 E.I. Baird 242 Stacy Barter 117 Bert Beirne 137 Jerry Brem 115 Mark Brown 155 Lisa Burge 32 Gaston Carrio 164 James Carter 191 Kevin Chen 178 Danny Chu 1 Matthew Cornell 109 Scott Coulter 159 Carolyn Currie 51 Patricia DeLeon-Alfonso 188 Dean DiMarzo 201 Jeffrey Dix 63 Ummarid Eitharong

25 Charles Gatewood 157 Kathleen Green 71 John Harris 222 Ali Hasmut 148 Ning Lee 44 Bernard Martin 67 Carrie Pearce 23 Bruce Peeso 7 Loretta Petraitis 18 Jeff Ripple 252 Hernan Rodriguez 210 Stephen Sebastian 35 Randall Smith 123 Don Sondag 236 Ken Tutjamnong 174 Li Wang 12 Yu Zhou

106 Charles Hazelaar 240 John Wayne Jackson and Paige Jackson 13 Daniel Lai 53 Paul LaMontagne 173 Brianna Martray 2 Katherine Mathisen 131 Phillip Nolley 68 Steven Olszewski 77 Benjamin Peterson 213 Thomas Wargin

PHOTOGRAPHY

45 Joel Anderson 156 Richard Auger 59 Michael Behr 11 Michael Bryant 116 Micheal Paul Cole 177 Billy Joe Hoyle 153 Tina Leto 214 Igor Menaker 151 Brian Miller 28 Marius Moore 4 Darren Olson 100 Jason Pavalonis 255 Daniel Powers 79 John Scanlan 30 Paul Shatz 238 Paul Stevens

PRINTMAKING

133 Michael Bond 166 Carolyn Cohen 150 John Costin 129 Kim Eubank 225 David Hunter 251 Leslie Peebles 58 Grant Silverstein 190 Jill Steenhuis 14 Marina Terauds 195 Anne Wooster and Steven Peaslee 207 Kreg Yingst

SCULPTURE

119 Kina Crow 235 Mark Dickson 205 David Figueroa

WATERCOLOR

254 Jennifer Ardolino 125 Kuei Dorman 196 Randy Eckard 139 Z.L. Feng 64 Mary Anne James 17 Aletha Jones 245 M. Kemper 75 William Kwamena-Poh 203 Carmen Lagos 226 Alison LaMons 36 Taman VanScoy 169 Michael Weber 54 Vonnie Whitworth

WOOD

19 James Barnes 24 Adam Crowell 50 Peter Czuk 127 Tim Deppen 202 Marilyn Endres and Eucled Moore 5 Shaari Horowitz 171 David Levy 189 John Mascoll 66 James Pearce 223 John Russell 141 Jim Smith 160 Greg Thomas-Moore 42 Steve Uren

58TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

13


SINCE 1874


March 17-19 only, when you present this ad.

Buy one slice of Fudge, Get one FREE! One offer per customer per visit. Valid at Winter Park location only. Cannot be used with any other offers.

Kilwins Winter Park, 122 N. Park Avenue, Winter Park (near Morse Blvd. and Park Ave.) 407-622-6292 • kilwins.com/winterpark

A P R IL 19 , 2 0 17 5 P.M. TO 8 P.M .

WINTER PARK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

40

$

$

PRESENTED BY

WINTER PARK CHAMBER MEMBERS IN ADVANCE

50 Non-Members & All at the Door

WINTER PARK FARMERS MARKET 200 E. New England Avenue, Winter Park, FL 32789

FARMERS MARKET

WINTER PARK

i n W t e f r Park o e t sTa Winter Park’s ultimate foodie festival. Featuring unlimited food and beverage samples from 40 top chefs, bakers, caterers, confectioners and beverage purveyors.

T I C K E T S & I N F O AT WINTERPARK.ORG

OR

CALL 407.644.8281

58TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

15


JUDGES Knowledge, Accomplishments and Awards

Petra Sertic

Daric M. Gill

T

William Underwood Eiland

he three judges for The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival were selected from across the country for their in-depth knowledge and professional accomplishments. In October, they reviewed the digital images of all applicants to select the festival’s artists and those who went on a wait list. In the festival’s opening day, the same panel will visit each booth to select artists who will be considered for awards. Selected artists will then 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 Morse Museum’s Distinguished Work of Art Award and the Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation’s Art of Philanthropy Award. Here are this year’s judges:

DARIC M. GILL

PETRA SERTIC

WILLIAM UNDERWOOD EILAND

Sertic is a Denver-based curator and art historian with an interest in German art and culture of the 1980s. As associate curator of the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art (2010-2013) and curatorial assistant at the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver (2007-2008), she organized more than 50 exhibitions by nationally and internationally acclaimed artists. She is a member of the Public Arts Committee of the Denver Commission on Cultural Affairs and teaches art history at Metropolitan State University. Sertic holds an M.A. in art history and museum studies from the University of Denver and a B.A. in sociology (with a minor in art) from Metropolitan State University. She is currently pursuing a Ph.D. at the University of Colorado Boulder.

16 58TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

Gill is an interdisciplinary artist whose award-winning oil paintings have been exhibited in the John F. Peto Studio Museum (Island Heights, New Jersey), the Edward Hopper House Art Center (Nyack, New York) and the Pizzuti Collection (Columbus, Ohio), among other venues. A line of his illustrations, The ToeHeads, can be seen in the private collection of the Center of Science and Industry (Columbus, Ohio). His interactive kinetic sculptures are displayed in public parks and urban spaces. He holds an MFA from the University of Cincinnati and a BFA from the Columbus College of Art & Design. Gill is a Greater Columbus Arts Council Supply Grant Award winner, a juror for the 2015 Columbus Arts Festival, and a former adjunct professor at the Columbus College of Art & Design. Eiland is director of the Georgia Museum of Art and on the graduate faculty of the Lamar Dodd School of Art at the University of Georgia in Athens. He earned a B.A. degree summa cum laude from Birmingham Southern College and M.A. and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Virginia. Eiland has been the recipient of a Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship, a Danforth Teaching Fellowship at the University of Virginia, a research fellowship from the University of Georgia’s Wilson Center for the Humanities and Arts, and a Museum Professionals Grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. He has edited and contributed to more than 60 publications, including Art Papers, Georgia Journal and Ceramics Monthly. 


I choose a team committed to my community. I choose Orlando Health. Orlando Regional Medical Center Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women & Babies UF Health Cancer Center – Orlando Health Dr. P. Phillips Hospital Health Central Hospital South Seminole Hospital South Lake Hospital Orlando Health Physicians Orlando Health Physician Associates Call 321.8HEALTH (843.2584) to schedule an appointment.

Not an actual patient.

ChooseOrlandoHealth.com


POSTER ARTIST It Happened By

Design

Veteran graphic artist Al Carroll had one more design to complete. He and his daughter made sure it would be a special one.

A

l Carroll, a presence on the Winter Park art scene since the mid-’60s, did not live to see the image he conceived 20 years ago adopted as the official poster for the 58th annual Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival. He died in December 2016. The poster, a stylized graphic treatment of Park Avenue as seen from Central Park, was completed by Carroll, who was in failing health, along with his daughter, Hannah Welch. Longtime family friend, artist Scott Sheppard, also pitched in. Carroll was notified just weeks before he died that the image had been selected by The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival Board. When he created the original design in 1997, Carroll drew it in pen and ink and filed it away. Welch, who had returned home to spend time with her father, came across it while organizing his things. She thought the image had the makings of an excellent art festival poster, and suggested to Carroll that they update it together and submit it for consideration. Welch colorized the black-and-white image digitally. Sheppard, a computer-savvy artist, was enlisted to contribute some touch-up work and to supervise the printing process. The poster is a combination of skills and ideas offered by all three. If Carroll’s name sounds familiar, that’s not surprising. After working as senior art director for a local advertising agency, he opened Rainbow Tree Studios in 1975, at the corner of Park Avenue and Morse Boulevard. He co-designed the poster for the 14th Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival poster, back in 1973. He later designed the logo for the Park Plaza Gardens and signage for the city’s College Quarter Historic District near Rollins College. He also designed directional signage for the Winter Park Public Library, the Winter Park History Museum and the Winter Park Farmers’ Market as well as the art nouveau peacock silhouette on the city’s street signs and manhole covers. Carroll’s work was used for the cover of the publication More Than a Memory, an official project of the Orange County Bicentennial Committee. An “old-school” graphic designer, Carroll drew and colored his work by hand, and left the computer machinations to others. To see more of Carroll’s and Welch’s original artwork, visit alcarrollstudio.com and hannahwelch.com. 

18 58TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

Graphic artist Al Carroll (above, with his dog, Galaxy), conceived of the poster design 20 years ago. During Carroll’s final illness, his daughter, Hannah Welch (left), partnered with her dad to complete the work.


the alfond inn at rollins presents:

get your

MARCH 31 april 28 may 25 6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

after party starts at 9:30 p.m.

$50 + fee at eventbrite.com

on

Join us for a live jazz concert with an after party in the lounge.

Unlimited select wine, beer, spirits and seasonally blended cocktails will be available. Chef will be serving roasted chicken, and his award winning roasted pig. Vegetarian selections will be available. Get Your Jazz On will take place, rain or shine. Should we experience inclement weather, the event will be held indoors. No refunds. Complimentary valet parking. Your patronage of our event helps fund The Alfond Scholars Program, which awards scholarships to deserving students.

Located just a block off Park Avenue at 300 E. New England Ave., Winter Park For reservations and information, call 407-998-8090 or visit thealfondinn.com


LEON THEODORE SCHOOLS EXHIBIT

T

Spotlight on the Artists of Tomorrow

he Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival has proudly showcased the artists and art programs of Orange County public and private schools since the first festival in 1960. You’ll be amazed to see the skillful and unique works created by these talented local students. The exhibit is named in memory of Leon Theodore, an artist, teacher and past 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 Kevin Abbott, a painter and sculptor from Sanford who specializes in New York School, mid-centuryinspired art; and Sherri Bunye, a fine-art and documentary photographer and faculty member at the Crealdé School of Art. A special thank you goes out to the sponsors who support this exhibit, including the Joe and Sarah Galloway Foundation, Art Systems of Florida, Orange County Public Schools and the Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival Foundation. 

Masterpiece Marketing & Negotiation Our unique combination of knowledge & experience creates results.

Susan O. Filebark Realtor-Broker 407-595-5546

20 58TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

Nikki Seybold Realtor-Broker 407-808-9374

www.OverstreetRealEstate.com 941 W. Morse Blvd, #100 Winter Park, FL 32789


AFTER BEFORE

Increase Your Gathering Space for Friends and Family... Master Bedroom Suite

30 407-260-8077 JonathanMcGrathConstruction.com CBC 057296

Expanded Interior

Specializing in Residential Remodeling Since 1984

Outdoor Living Space


Inspired by Philanthropy EDYTH BUSH CHARITABLE FOUNDATION is proud to sponsor the fifth 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

H

Easel Painting! Art Projects! Get Creative!

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 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. More than 1,000 children and families participate in easel painting each year during the festival. Kids get to paint a picture using the huge, outdoor easels that have been a part of the event for 30-plus years. Easel painting hours are from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. In addition, each of the festival’s museum and community partners has prepared exciting 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. 

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

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

SUNDAY

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Winter Park History Museum 407-647-2330 wphistory.org

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

58TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

23


March 2017

Dear Friends, Welcome to Winter Park, the “City of Culture an d Heritage.� We are pro host the 58th 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 we are honored to supp ity , and or t one of the most pre stigious ar t festivals in country. We welcome gu the ests from across the Un ited States, and interna as well. tionally During your time as ou r guest in Winter Park, I hope you find the oppo visit our many shops, res rtunity to taurants, museums an d cultural amenities. Ou heritage, strong sense r 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 58th Winter Park Sid ewalk Ar t Festival.

Warmest Regards,

Steve Lear y Mayor, Winter Park

like, follow & watch us on

cityofwinterpark.org


LOCAL COLOR

PHOTO COURTESY OF THE WINTER PARK PUBLIC LIBRARY

I

Welcome to the Downtown Historic District

n an age of concrete, glass and metal high-rise buildings, the charm of the Downtown Winter Park Historic District makes it a popular destination for locals as well as out-of-town visitors. Chartered in 1887, Winter Park was created “as a town, not a castle,” in the words of founder Loring A. Chase, Chase and his business partner, Oliver Chapman, had a vision for a planned community filled with trees, lakes and green spaces to complement the charming downtown area. The town would also have beautiful homes and an abundance of cultural activities. Over the years, city leaders have been wise to preserve the coveted quaintness that has been lost in so many cities. Park Avenue looks much the same today as it did during As a result, in May of 2011, the Downtown Winter Park His- the 1920s. Several buildings in the Downtown Winter Park toric District became part of the National Register of Historic Historic District date to the 1880s. Places, approved by the National Park Service. The register is the official list of the nation’s historic places, which are worthy of preservation. Authorized under the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, it’s part of a program to coordinate and support efforts to identify, evaluate and protect historic and archeological resources. The Downtown Winter Park Historic District runs along Park Avenue from Canton to Comstock Avenues, and contains historic structures built from the 1880s through the mid-1960s. Notable architects who designed downtown buildings included James Gamble Rogers II, Roy A. Benjamin and Nils M. Schweizer. The Old Florida-meets-Mediterranean ambiance makes the Downtown Winter Park Historic District a truly special place. 

MARCH 3 — APRIL 16, 2017

B O R R OWE D L I G H T S T E P H E N K N A P P,

DEANNA MORSE,

Thirty-One Days of Experimentation and Collaboration Produced by:

R YA N B U Y S S E N S

WWW. ART31.ORG

Made possible by: Unified Sounds Event Xperts

Funded in part by Orange County Government through the Arts & Cultural Affairs Program.

58TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

25


THE FOUNDATION Supporting Art Education and Community Spirit

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, 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. The foundation received funding in 2016 from donations by the Winter Park-based Joe and Sarah Galloway Foundation, the Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation, the Rotary Club of Winter Park, the Pocket Program and The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival. The Children’s Workshop and the Schools Exhibit are more accessible to handicapped children thanks to the efforts and counsel of UCP (United Cerebral Palsy of Florida) and VSA (Very Special Arts). In August 2016, the foundation provided financial support for artist Susan Bach’s participation in a teacher development conference held by Orange County Public Schools. Since 2008 the foundation has had a continuing mission to enhance art appreciation, art education and community spirit. In 2008, the IRS approved the foundation as a 501(c) 3 tax-exempt entity. If you would like to make a donation or find out more about The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival Foundation, write P.O. Box 597, Winter Park, Florida, 32790. You can also send an email to wpsaf@wpsaf.org or call 407-644-7207. 

Alice Moulton (left) and Mike Hlavek (right) present a scholarship contribution to Laura Pooser, of the UCF Foundation. The Foundation Members President, Alice Moulton; Vice President, Carole Moreland; Secretary, Linda Guthrie; Treasurer, Carol Wisler The Foundation Board Louise De Veer, Mike Hlavek, Morna Robbins, Jean Sprimont, Amy Thrasher, Greg Witherspoon

April 23 - 29, 2017 Free artist demonstrations Nationally-acclaimed artists One-of-a-kind paintings Garden Party gala winterparkpaintout.org

Image: “Sunny Knowles” Manon Sander

26 58TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

The Grafton Family


BEST OF SHOW COLLECTION How to See 38 Years of ‘Best of Show’ Winners

A

tradition was started in 1969, when the Best of Show work was purchased by The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival Board and presented to the City of Winter Park. The gift is an annual expression of appreciation to the city for the many services it provides to help make the festival successful. This year, as has been the case since 1996, the winning work will be purchased from the artist for $10,000. You can see the full display at the Winter Park Public Library by picking up a Best of Show brochure at the front desk and taking a self-guided tour. Or, go on a virtual tour by visiting the library’s website. From the home page’s top menu, select the “Research” tab. Then click on “Winter Park History,” followed by “Digital Collections,” followed by “Events,” followed by, finally, “Sidewalk Art Festival.” You can also type this link into your browser: http://archive.wppl.org/ wphistory/bestofshow/index.html. Occasionally, the library hosts a program featuring The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival and a Gallery Walk of the Best of Show Collection. In February, the program was dedicated to the late Al Carroll, co-creator of the 2017 official festival poster. The program included an overview of Carroll’s life and work by his wife, Jan Carroll, and daughter, Hannah Welch. Check with the library to see when the next Gallery Walk is scheduled. 

Hannah Welch and Jan Carroll, daughter and wife of the late Al Carroll, who designed the festival’s official 2017 poster, describe the project during a program at the Winter Park Public Library.

BRINGING FAMILIES HOME FASTER* CONVENTIONAL | USDA | FHA | VA | REFI | RENOVATION

OVIEDO WINTER PARK TEAM Julia Bell - 321.303.1737 Suzie Muench - 407.415.4360 Julia Bell - 3208 W SR 426, Suite 2060, Oviedo, FL 32765 Suzie Muench - 100 Rialto Place, Ste 610, Melbourne, FL 32901

*While it is Movement Mortgage’s goal to provide seven day processing, extenuating circumstances may cause processing delays outside of this window. Julia Bell - Branch Manager - NMLS# 459910 | FL-LO22373 | Suzie Muench - Market Leader - NMLS# 555194 - 100 Rialto Pl, Ste 610, Melbourne, FL 32901 | FL-LO22354 | Movement Mortgage, LLC supports Equal Housing Opportunity. NMLS ID# 39179 (www.nmlsconsumeraccess.org) | 877-314-1499. Movement Mortgage, LLC is licensed by FL # MLD200 & MLD1360. 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. 8024 Calvin Hall Road, Indian Land, SC 29707. CPID 4145 | Exp. 8/2017 | www.movement.com

58TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

27


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

Stop by one of over 50 Florida Home Town locations, call 1-800-670-3110 or visit us online at www.trustcobank.com EQUAL HOUSING

LENDER

Member FDIC

28 58TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL


ENTERTAINMENT MARCH 17, FRIDAY

MARCH 18, SATURDAY

MARCH 19, SUNDAY

 4:15-4:30 p.m., Beatline Boys

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

 10-11 a.m., TBA

 4:30-4:45 p.m., Emily Lucas

 11:15 a.m.-Noon, Suzuki Music Players

 4:45-5 p.m., Saagar Ace

 12:15-1:15 p.m., Crooked Road (Irish Band)

 11:15-11:45 a.m., Jacqueline Blanche (Jazz Singer)

 5-5:15 p.m., Three Beyond  5:15-5:30 p.m., Tray Johnson  6-6:45 p.m., The Dana Kamide Band, With Sharon Aguilar  7:30-9 p.m., Jessy J, Featuring Nathan Mitchell

 Noon-12:45 p.m., Flint Blade

 1:30-2:30 p.m., Patchouli

 1-1:20 p.m., Biana Pinchuk

 3-4:15 p.m., The Brass Band of Central Florida

 1:30-2:30 p.m., Orlando Concert Band

 4:45-6 p.m., The Matt Shenk Band

 3:15-4:45 p.m., The Larry McRae Quartet, Presented by WUCF

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

1077

MORE VARIETY FROM THE 80S TO NOW!

MAGIC107.COM GREAT MUSIC | CONTESTS | NEWS | +MORE

58TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

29


ENTERTAINMENT

JESSY J FEATURING NATHAN MITCHELL

30 58TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

From the minute Jessy J hit the stage in Fresno, California, for the first time as a member of superproducer/guitarist Paul Brown’s live band on Valentine’s Day 2006, the love between the saxophonist/vocalist and fans of contemporary jazz has been flowing nonstop. The show starts at 7:30 p.m. Friday, and joining Jessy will be Nathan Mitchell, a Tampa-based jazz, funk, neo-soul and gospel jazz artist. After graduating from the University of Southern California, Jessy worked in the studio with Michael Bublé and toured with The Temptations, Jessica Simpson, Michael Bolton and Seal. She also performed as a member of the Henry Mancini Jazz Orchestra. Jessy’s recording career began after Brown heard her demo, and gave her a spot on his tour. Her first major solo performance was at the 2006 Catalina JazzTrax Festival, which she would headline the following year. Tequila Moon, Jessy’s 2008 debut album on Peak Records, offered a beguiling mixture of pop, jazz, Latin and Brazilian music. The album’s title cut reached No. 1 on Billboard’s jazz chart. That same year, she was named Radio & Records’ Debut Artist of the Year and received the Contemporary Jazz Song of the Year award from Radio & Records and Billboard for “Tequila Moon.” In 2011, Jessy’s album Hot Sauce debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s jazz albums chart. It featured performances by jazz legends Joe Sample, Harvey Mason and Ray Parker Jr. Her 2013 album, Second Chances, featured collaborations with Grammynominated keyboardist Jeff Lorber, Grammy-winning guitarist Norman Brown, world-renowned bassist Jimmy Haslip (formerly with The Yellowjackets) and legendary pianist Joe Sample. Jessy’s sax is featured on a cover of a Selena song, “Thinking of You,” which is included on renowned Southern California producer Gerry Gallagher’s new studio album, due later this year.


ENTERTAINMENT THE DANA KAMIDE BAND, WITH SHARON AGUILAR

Dana Kamide recently returned to Florida after a successful three-year stint headlining at The Label at the Venetian Palazzo in Las Vegas. Kamide and guitarist Sharon Aguilar perform at 6 p.m. on Friday. While in Vegas, Kamide formed a jazz band with A-list musicians who played with legendary artists ranging from Sly & the Family Stone to Frank Sinatra. The band was formed to support the smash show, Sinatra, the Man and the Music, staring Bob Anderson. Aguilar is best known as the guitarist for chart-topping vocalist Cee Lo Green (of Gnarls Barkley fame). She also played guitar on a global tour with international K-pop sensation 2NE1. Also a formidable violinist, Aguilar performed with P. Diddy on American Idol and has amassed TV credits including Saturday Night Live, The Today Show, The Late Show with David Letterman, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Lopez Tonight, Good Morning America, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Last Call with Carson Daly and The Colbert Report. Kamide and Aguilar partnered to form a powerhouse musical act, and have performed more than 200 live shows.

THE BRASS BAND OF CENTRAL FLORIDA

The Brass Band of Central Florida (BBCF), under the music direction of Professor Gareth Pritchard, features Central Florida’s finest brass and percussion musicians performing in the British style with a uniquely American twist. The band performs 3 p.m., on Saturday. BBCF, a not-for-profit organization, has an active schedule of concerts, outreach programs and competitions throughout the U.S., and has appeared with such world-class soloists as David Childs, Robert Childs, Steven Mead, Philip Smith and Demondrae Thurman. The ensemble has won the North American Brass Band Association Championship and the U.S. Open Championship four times, and has performed in concerts and competitions throughout the U.K. In 2014, BBCF recorded its seventh CD, 15, marking the band’s 15th birthday.

THE LARRY MCRAE QUARTET

Bassist, writer, producer, arranger and author Larry T. McRae began his musical career at 14, playing with gospel great James Cleveland. At 17, the Philadelphia native moved to New York City to play with Norman Connors, after which his career took off. The Larry McRae Quartet — which features vocalist Olyvya Kelly, keyboardist Jarvis Brown, guitarist Brad Catron, drummer Darrell Demonia and McRae on bass — performs at 3:15 p.m. on Sunday. McRae has toured with Roberta Flack, Marvin Hamlisch, Ornette Coleman, Noel Pointer, Will Downing, Angela Bofill and Phyllis Hyman among many other great performers. The quartet’s performance is presented by WUCF. 58TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

31


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


Winter Park Magazine is a beautiful, content-rich magazine celebrating historic Winter Park, the region’s intellectual and cultural heart.

9 2017 | $3.9 WINTER

SPEC

: CLYD IAL ISSUE

E BUTCHE

R AT MEA

D BOTANI

CAL GARD

Like us on Facebook

EN

12/16/16

12:23 PM

d 1

17_COV1.ind

WPM_WIN

TO SUBSCRIBE, VISIT WINTERPARKMAG.COM FOR ADVERTISING INFORMATION, CALL 407-647-0225

34 58TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL


MORSE MUSEUM Rite of Spring at the Morse: Free Admission

The Morse Museum, which celebrates its 75th anniversary this year, holds an open house during the festival among many other free events in the spring. Shown is the Daffodil Terrace, with cofounders Hugh and Jeannette McKean (inset) from the 1950s.

A

seven-week celebration of spring at the Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art begins with a threeday 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 24 through April 28. Various musicians and musical groups will play from 5-8 p.m. on each of those Fridays, and 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 celebrated Long Island home, Laurelton Hall. On April 7, programming also includes a family tour of selected galleries and a demonstration on portrait painting. In addition, the museum is offering free admission during the festival, March 17-19, and on Easter weekend, April 14-16. For a complete schedule of the museum’s spring events, visit morsemuseum.org. Celebrating its 75th anniversary this year, the Morse was founded in 1942 by Jeannette Genius McKean (1909-89), granddaughter of Chicago industrialist and Winter Park philanthropist Charles Hosmer Morse (1833-1921). Jeannette’s husband, Hugh McKean (1908-95), who was an artist, art professor, and for 18 years, president of Rollins College, led the museum as its director for nearly a half century. The Morse, which began its life as a small museum organizing shows of loaned objects, is today home to the world’s most comprehensive collection of works by American designer and artist Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848-1933). It attracts visitors from around the globe. Located at 445 North Park Avenue in downtown Winter Park, the Morse is open 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. 

36 58TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL


CENTRAL FLORIDA’S FULL SERVICE LAW FIRM Over 200 years of experience with compassionate and aggressive representation. The Orlando Family Firm is Central Florida’s full service law firm offering complementary consultations. Our attorneys provide personalized compassionate and aggressive representation in all areas of law. With a combined 200 years of litigation experience, the firm’s attorneys are well suited for any legal needs.

CALL US TODAY: 407-377-6399

800 N. Magnolia, Suite 1500 Orlando Florida 32803 618 East South Street, Suite 110 Orlando, FL 32801


EMERGING ARTISTS

T

Meet This Year’s Festival Up-and-Comers 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 to the selectees. 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 are not eligible for prizes, the exposure and the experience is invaluable. This year, three artists were chosen for the program.

XINO SCUDERI

Born and raised in St. Petersburg, Florida, Scuderi grew up helping her artisan father and taking road trips with the family. She always had a camera on hand. After participating in grade-school art programs, Scuderi decided against attending an art college. Instead she earned a degree from the University of South Florida St. Petersburg in anthropology and geography, with a focus on global conservation. Scuderi later rediscovered her natural born talent for art through her love of adventure and the outdoors. In 2013, she asked her friend (now partner) Kyle what was the best, cleanest, sharpest lens she could use. He said, “Here, try my macro.” Since then, Scuderi hasn’t put the macro lens down. She has traveled all over Florida and the U.S. to create her collection of intense close-ups. xina@scuderistudios.com • xinascuderi.com • Booth Number 186

LORI SCHINELLI

As many Brooklyn girls do, Schinelli spent the summer days of her childhood at the beach. Those sunny days gazing at the ocean held, for her, a special power to calm her heart and anchor life’s uncertainties. She earned her B.A. from the State University of New York, then married and had children. She took classes in painting and sculpture, and found that glass diminished that ache that she had thought only the sea could alleviate. Since then, Schinelli has traveled across the U.S. and Canada, studying with masters at such major glass centers as the Bullseye Glass Factory (Portland, Oregon), The Studio at the Corning Museum of Glass (Corning, New York) and the Pilchuck Glass School (Stanwood, Washington). She now works fulltime as an artist from her studio in Dunwoody, Georgia, and more recently, from a new studio she is building in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida. schinelli@mac.com • lorischinelli.com • Booth Number 185

MARISA S. WHITE

Best known for seamlessly stitching multiple photographs together, White weaves her own personal narrative through surrealistic and fantastical imagery. Having grown up in Houston with The Menil Collection and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston in her backyard, White was heavily influenced by the surrealists. She uses dreamlike imagery to express ideas and emotions not so easily conveyed through traditional landscapes and realistic settings. Her themes, however, are not mysterious. Through her art, she explores questions of life, love, fear and the unknown. Initially a mixed-media collage artist, White earned her BFA from the University of North Texas. Through her studies, she fell in love with the camera and further honed her photographic skill during a summer in Missoula, Montana, at the Rocky Mountain School of Photography. White now divides her time between Virginia and Florida with her husband and their dog. marisa@whitesparksphotography.com • whitesparksphotography.com Booth Number 187 38 58TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL


Enjoy specialty stores, delicious restaurants, luxurious salons, the latest movies, convenient grocery store, lifestyle apartment homes, or sit by a sparkling fountain and watch the world go by. It’s a one-of-a-kind destination.

shop, dine, unwind & live in style! Now leasing the Paseo luxury apartments.

ShopWinterParkVillage.net 407.571.2700


GALLERY CLAY Susan Anderson Markesan, Wisconsin grpottery@gmail.com susanandersonceramics.com 72

John Herbon Saint Ignace, Michigan johnherbonpottery@hotmail.com 61

Susan Bach Orlando, Florida susanvbach@aol.com susanbachpottery 241

Robert Hessler Kingston, New York rhpottery@gmail.com roberthessler.com 161

Brian Beam Fulton, Michigan bbpottery@aol.com brianbeampottery.com 167

Mina Heuslein Port Orange, Florida mina-pottery@bellsouth.net potterybymina.com 135

Jim Bridgeman Fayetteville, Georgia bridgemanstudios@bellsouth.net 37

Gabriel Isaac Casselberry, Florida gabrielisaacceramics@gmail.com potterybygabriel.com 180

Fong Choo Louisville, Kentucky fongteapot@gmail.com fongchoo.com 110

Bruce Johnson Lake Mills, Wisconsin bclay1@charter.net brucejohnsonclaystudio.com 65

Michael Hamlin Gerton, North Carolina hamlinceramics@gmail.com hamlinceramics.com 120

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

40 58TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL


GALLERY CLAY continued Scott Martin and Jenny Martin Schoolcraft, Michigan scottmartinpottery@yahoo.com scottmartinpottery.net 232

Cheryl Mackey Smith Fairview, North Carolina cmackeysmithart@me.com cmackeysmith.com 34

Brenda McMahon Gulfport, Florida brendamcmahonceramics@gmail.com brendamcmahon.com 244

David Smyth and Judy Cid Middleburgh, New York dlsmyth@midtel.net smythcidpottery.com 227

Don McWhorter Carrollton, Georgia potterysong@yahoo.com 134

Reiko Uchytil Grimes, Iowa rcunningham121@gmail.com facebook.com/helloimreiko 48

Marti Mocahbee Staunton, Virginia mmocahbee7@gmail.com martimocahbee.com 132

Valerie Walchek Ocoee, Florida valerie@littlewolfceramics.com littlewolfceramics.com 143

Jonathan White South Portland, Maine jwhite01@maine.rr.com oddinq.com 197

Ilene Phelan Lakeland, Florida iphelan@trifactor.com studioart.us.com 128

DIGITAL ART Michael Schwegmann Bement, Illinois michael@schwegmannstudios.com schwegmannstudios.com 217

Rick Abrams DeLand, Florida aaamyart@gmail.com rickabrams.com 230

58TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

41


GALLERY DIGITAL ART continued Amanda Bennett and Keri Satterfield New Orleans, Louisiana bennettartmgmt@gmail.com bennettartgallery.com 73

Greg Barnes Charlotte, North Carolina greg@barnesstudios.com barnesstudios.com 182

Jason Brueck Nashville, Tennessee Jrbphilly@yahoo.com alterimagesart.com 219

David Bjurstrom Austin, Texas dpbjurstrom@gmail.com davidbjurstrom.com 70

Kate Harrold Nashville, Tennessee kate@kateharrold.com kateharrold.com 249

Edson Campos Winter Park, Florida cartista@aol.com edsoncampos.com 52

Randi Lorber Santa Fe, New Mexico randilorberphoto@gmail.com randilorberphotography.com 26

Roxane Chardon Hollis, New Hampshire chardonstudios@gmail.com roxanechardon.com 239

DRAWING AND PASTELS William Armstrong Richmond, Virginia will_armstrong@me.com willarmstrongart.com 15

Erin Curry Dallas, Texas biologygirl86@gmail.com ecurryart.com 204

Gary Bachers New Boston, Texas gbachers@gmail.com garybachers.com 246

Chip DuPont Shiner, Texas chipdupont@gmail.com dupontstudio.com 105

42 58TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL


GALLERY DRAWING AND PASTELS continued

EMERGING ARTISTS

Vicki Jones Belle Isle, Florida vjonesy@yahoo.com vickimjones.com 234

Lori Schinelli Dunwoody, Georgia schinelli@mac.com lorischinelli.com 185

Clare Malloy Chicago, Illinois clare.e.malloy@gmail.com claremalloy.com 57

Xina Scuderi St. Petersburg, Florida xina@scuderistudios.com xinascuderi.com 186

Collin Margerum Winter Springs, Florida cmmargerum@gmail.com collinmargerum.com 168

Marisa White Mary Esther, Florida marisa@whitesparksphotography.com whitesparksphotography.com 187

Sandra Meyer Peachtree City, Georgia info.smgallery@icloud.com 199

FIBER

Marcy Bates New Brighton, Pennsylvania mb.books@yahoo.com recycledreadspa.com 49

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

Kate Beck New Orleans, Louisiana katebecktextiles@gmail.com katebecktextiles.com 112

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

Candiss Cole-Footitt and Rodger Footitt Sedona, Arizona candiss@candisscole.com candisscole.com 170

58TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

43


GALLERY FIBER continued Marla Duran Bethlehem, Pennsylvania mfd1999@aol.com 136

Bounkhong Signavong Secaucus, New Jersey tongbounkhong@gmail.com laodesignonline.com 8

Deborah Falls Hartland, Vermont dvfalls@mac.com deborahfalls.com 29

Mary Sly Friday Harbor, Washington sjsilk@centurytel.net 47

Susan Luks East Lansing, Michigan susan@sdluks.com susanluks.com 162

Jean Yao Ft. Lauderdale, Florida jean33308@aol.com 183

Jeanne Melillo Norwalk, Connecticut jeannedesign@aol.com jmtableart.com 216

GLASS

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

Libby Mitchell Charleston, South Carlona addlibbdesigns@gmail.com addlibb.com 104

Sebastian Coleman Mt. Vernon, Ohio patientmedicinesblownglass@gmail.com patientmedicinesblownglass.com 122

Diane Perry Wanatah, Indiana diane_perry@frontier.com 233

Dylan Engler Granville, Ohio info@englerglass.com englerglass.com 181

44 58TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL


GALLERY GLASS continued Ruben Fasani Buenos Aires, Argentina rubenfasani@gmail.com rubenfasani.com 211

Phillip Nolley Staunton, Virginia pnolley1@yahoo.com 130

Angelo Fico Wilmot, Wisconsin angelo@angelofico.com angelofico.com 78

Marianne Shepardson Black Mountain, North Carolina shepardsonstudios@gmail.com shepardsonstudios.com 107

Jeremy Griffith and Chelsea Griffith Murphysboro, Illinois me@delishglass.com delishglass.com 60

Douglas Sigwarth and Renee Sigwarth River Falls, Wisconsin dsigwarth@msn.com sigwarthglass.com 237

Nicolette Jelen Sag Harbor, New York nicolette.jelen@gmail.com nicolettejelen.net 224

Scott Simmons Belleville, Wisconsin sunriseglass@tds.net sunriseglassworks.com 176

Robin Kittleson Geneva, Illinois rkittleson@sbcglobal.net robinkittleson.com 33

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

Minh Martin Charlottesville, Virginia romeoglass@gmail.com romeoglass.com 229

David Thai Mississauga, Ontario davidthaistudio@gmail.com studiooneglass.ca 163

58TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

45


GALLERY GLASS continued

JEWELRY

James Weiler and Todd Manicki Farmer City, Illinois eyeamjim@hotmail.com weilerglass.com 193

Christiane Hampel Naples, Florida christiane@hampeldesign.com hampeljewelry.com 154

Warner Whitfield and Beatriz Kelemen Ocala, Florida wwarner@whitfielddesigns.com whitfielddesigns.com 9

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

Barbara Bayne Havre de Grace, Maryland baynemetal@hotmail.com barbarabayne.com 43

Wiwat Kamolpornwijit Alexandria, Virginia wxk2849@netzero.net kamolpornwijit.com 38

Pam Caidin Hamilton, Montana pamcaidin@gmail.com pamcaidin.com 200

Ronetta Krause and Keith Krause Walnutport, Pennsylvania ronettakrause@yahoo.com 69

Patricio Ferreira Orlando, Florida BlueSunJewelry@aol.com bluesunjewelry.com 158

Aileen Lampman Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania aijewelry@earthlink.net aijewelry.net 231

Susan Frerichs Richmond, Virginia susanfrerichs@yahoo.com susanelnora.com 16

Iris Ledesma Altamonte Springs, Florida estudioiris11@gmail.com estudio-iris.com 113

46 58TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL


GALLERY JEWELRY continued Danielle Merzatta and Chris Merzatta Mount Tabor, New Jersey merzatta@gmail.com merzatta.com 76

Melissa Stiles Portland, Oregon mel@stubbornstiles.com stubbornstiles.com 194

Ayala Naphtali New York, New York ayala@ayalajewelry.com ayalajewelry.com 126

Michael Vagner and Nurit Asher Vagner Eugene, Oregon mickandnurit@gmail.com nuritandmickarts.com 149

Christian Nevin Apopka, Florida kellyjbutera@gmail.com cndesigns.com 253

Youngjoo Yoo and James Won Berrien Springs, Michigan youngjooy@gmail.com studioyoungjoo.com 6

Rex Nockengust and Gene Allen San Diego, California beachglassbingo@cox.net beachglassbingo.net 22

LEATHER

Andres Arango Miami, Florida sulayrodriguez2002@hotmail.com 218

Anna Saulino Miami, Florida anina652@yahoo.com annasaulino.com 184

Steve Edgar Tallahassee, Florida edgarleather@embarqmail.com edgarleather.com 3

Jill Schienle Madison, Wisconsin jschienle@sbcglobal.net jillschienle.com 228

James Perry and Rombye Perry Greeneville, Tennessee rombye.perry@century21.com cordwainerleather.com 250

58TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

47


GALLERY LEATHER continued Anette Skoog Hernando, Florida skoogsscc@gmail.com skoogssheepandcattle.com 147

Dave MacDonald Gerton, North Carolina dave@macdonaldforge.com macdonaldforge.com 124

Alberto Toro Maryville, Tennessee cuerotoro@gmail.com cuerotoro.com 46

Luke Proctor Mt. Horeb, Wisconsin lproctoriron@yahoo.com lproctorironworks.com 209

METAL

MIXED MEDIA/2D Anthony Arkus Galeton, Pennsylvania arkiron@penn.com 10

Meyer Abrams Peachtree City, Georgia meyerabrams@me.com 198

Kevin Duval Wilmington, North Carolina kduvalart@gmail.com 175

Joseph Bradley Greenville, South Carolina info@josephbradleystudio.com josephbradleystudio.com 179

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

Chris Bruno Lexington, Virginia clyons@clbphotos.com 215

Kue King and Corbett Griffith Woodbury, Tennessee corbett@kueking.com kueking.com 74

Gaston Carrio Houston, Texas artbyarchitect@yahoo.com artbyarchitect.com 31

48 58TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL


GALLERY MIXED MEDIA/2D continued Benjamin Frey Buena Vista, Virginia benjaminfreyart@gmail.com benjaminfrey.com 152

Scott Olson Chicago, Illinois kompressiongraphics@hotmail.com scottolsonfineart.com 56

Helen Gotlib Dexter, Michigan helengotlib@gmail.com helengotlib.com 20

Regina Piantedosi Boxford, Massachusetts rpiantedosi@comcast.net reginapiantedosi.com 140

Jenny Henley Marietta, Georgia jenny@henleystudios.com henleystudios.com 41

Suzy Scarborough Columbia, South Carolina suzyscarborough@mac.com 62

Stacia Hollmann Deland, Florida shollmann@mac.com staciahollmann.com 108

Dylan Strzynski Dexter, Michigan dylanstrzynski@gmail.com dylanstrzynski.com 21

Sam Jones IV Flippin, Arkansas sam@ivgallery.com samjonesiv.com 243

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

MIXED MEDIA/3D

Geoff Buddie and Chris Rom Swanton, Ohio geoff@thebinaryproject.com thebinaryproject.com 27

Luis Gonzalez Miami, Florida Mamaluwood@hotmail.com mamaluwood.com 114

58TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

49


GALLERY MIXED MEDIA/3D continued

PAINTING

Beverly Hayden Chattanooga, Tennessee beverlylaughs@gmail.com beverlyhayden.com 192

E.I. Baird Cincinnati, Ohio inez@artresourceteam.com artresourceteam.com 142

Jennifer Ivory Corvallis, Oregon Insectworks@gmail.com insectworks.com 40

Stacy Barter Winter Park, Florida stacybarter@earthlink.net stacybarter.com 242

Nicario Jimenez Naples, Florida nicarioj@gmail.com retablosnicario.com 208

Bert Beirne Flowery Branch, Georgia 8beirne@gmail.com bertbeirne.com 117

Trent Manning Winter Haven, Florida tm2art@yahoo.com trentmanningstudio.com 103

Jerry Brem Lady’s Island, South Carolina jerry_brem@hotmail.com jabrem.com 137

Michael Thiele and Joah Thiele Flagstaff, Arizona info@hardwoodmusic.net hardwoodmusiccompany.com 111

Mark Brown Carlisle, Pennsylvania markhbrownartist@gmail.com markhbrownart.com 115

Phil Woodward Dowelltown, Tennessee phillipegrande@hotmail.com etsy.com/shop/PhilWoodwardArt 138

Lisa Burge Taos, New Mexico lisarburge@gmail.com lisaburge.com 155

50 58TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL


GALLERY PAINTING continued Gaston Carrio Houston, Texas artbyarchitect@yahoo.com artbyarchitect.com 32

Carolyn Currie New Milford, Connecticut thetwo@earthlink.net carolyncurrieartist.com 159

James Carter Southbury, Connecticut Carterairbrush@aol.com jamescarterstudio.blogspot.com 164

Patricia DeLeon-Alfonso Miami, Florida patucha@mac.com patricia-deleon.com 51

Kevin Chen Cary, North Carolina wilmingtonart@gmail.com 191

Dean DiMarzo Naples, Florida dimarzos@aol.com 188

Danny Chu Suwanee, Georgia dqu99@yahoo.com 178

Jeffrey Dix Longwood, Florida jdix@dixhite.com jeffdixlandscapes.com 201

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

Ummarid Eitharong Orlando, Florida ue_thai@yahoo.com 63

Scott Coulter Sarasota, Florida rs.coulter@gmail.com scottcoulter.net 109

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

58TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

51


GALLERY PAINTING continued Kathleen Green Groveport, Ohio kgreenart@aol.com kathleengreenart.com 157

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

John Harris Norwalk, Connecticut harrisstudio@optonline.net artjohnharris.com 71

Loretta Petraitis St. Petersburg, FL lorettapetra@gmail.com lorettapetraitis.com 7

Ali Hasmut Chicago, Illinois ahasmut@yahoo.com hasmut.com 222

Jeff Ripple Micanopy, Florida jeff@jeffrippleart.com jeffrippleart.com 18

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

Hernan Rodriguez Hialeah, Florida hernanrodriguez82@yahoo.com hernanart.com 252

Bernard Martin Winter Park, Florida Bernie.martin@gmail.com bernardmartin.com 44

Stephen Sebastian Thomasville, North Carolina etch77@northstate.net 210

Carrie Pearce Peoria, Illinois sunkissii@hotmail.com carriepearce.com 67

Randall Smith Fairview, North Carolina randallcsmith@earthlink.net rcsarts.com 35

52 58TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL


GALLERY PAINTING continued

PHOTOGRAPHY

Don Sondag Maitland, Florida donsondag@icloud.com 123

Michael Behr Minneapolis, Minnesota mike@mikebehrphotography.com mikebehrphotography.com 59

Ken Tutjamnong Philadelphia, Pennsylvania tutjamnong@gmail.com 236

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

Li Wang Palm Coast, Florida liwang_56@hotmail.com liwangart.com 174

Micheal Paul Cole Hannibal, Missouri cole@michealpaulcole.com michealpaulcole.com 116

Yu Zhou Yardley, Pennsylvania Jeffyuzhou@hotmail.com houyufinearts.com 12

Billy Joe Hoyle St. Petersburg, Florida billyjoehoyle@gmail.com billyjoehoyle.com 177

Joel Anderson Lykens, Pennsylvania Joelandersonphoto@me.com joelandersonphoto.com 45

Tina Leto Chicago, Illinois tina@tinaleto.com tinaleto.com 153

Richard Auger Orlando, Florida richard@richardauger.com richardauger.com 156

Igor Menaker Grayslake, Illinois igor@menaker.com menaker.com 214

58TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

53


GALLERY PHOTOGRAPHY continued Brian Miller Baton Rouge, Louisiana brian@briankmiller.com briankmiller.com 151

Paul Shatz Hilton Head Island, South Carolina paul@paulshatz.com paulshatz.com 30

Marius Moore Gulfport, Florida mariusmoor@aol.com mariusmoore.com 28

Paul Stevens Achilles, Virginia cbphoto4u@yahoo.com 238

Darren Olson Minneapolis, New Mexico darrenolson@comcast.net darrenolson.com 4

PRINTMAKING

Michael Bond River Falls, Wisconsin contact@michaelbondetchings.com michaelbondetchings.com 133

Jason Pavalonis Jackson Hole, Wyoming warmdesertwindphotography@gmail.com pavalonis.com 100

Carolyn Cohen Orlando, Florida carolyncohen@earthlink.net carolyncohen.com 166

Daniel Powers Dayton, Ohio dan@powersfineartphoto.com powersfineartphoto.com 255

John Costin Tampa, Florida caracara@tampabay.rr.com costingraphics.com 150

John Scanlan Glenwood, Iowa john@scanlan.com scanlan.com 79

Kim Eubank Richmond, Virginia kimeubankarts@gmail.com kimeubank.com 129

54 58TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL


GALLERY PRINTMAKING continued Kreg Yingst Pensacola, Florida kregyingst@cox.net kregyingst.com 207

David Hunter Winter Park, Florida dhunterartist@hotmail.com 225

Leslie Peebles Gainesville, Florida printmaker50@gmail.com lesliepeebles.com 251

SCULPTURE

Kina Crow Allison Park, Pennsylvania kinacrow@gmail.com kinacrow.com 119

Grant Silverstein Mansfield, Pennsylvania gms4@npacc.net grantsilverstein.com 58

Mark Dickson Tallahassee, Florida dicksonstudios@embarqmail.com markdicksonstudios.com 235

Jill Steenhuis Luynes, Provence jillsteenhuis@gmail.com artinprovence.com 190

David Figueroa Sanford, Florida daviddavidsculpture@mail.com daviddavidsculpture.com 205

Marina Terauds North Branch, Michigan maksutova@hotmail.com marinaterauds.com 14

Charles Hazelaar Cape Canaveral, Florida cahazelaar@aol.com charleshazelaarstudio.com 106

Anne Wooster and Steven Peaslee Waldoboro, Maine monotypes@yahoo.com annewoosterimpressions.net 195

John Wayne Jackson and Paige Jackson Black Mountain, North Carolina john@imaginethatcreations.com imaginethatcreations.com 240

58TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

55


GALLERY SCULPTURE continued Daniel Lai Knoxville, Tennessee artbydaniel@gmail.com daniellai.artspan.com 13

Benjamin Peterson New Port Richey, Florida tileben@hotmail.com facebook.com/upcycledmetalandstone 77

Paul LaMontagne Cocoa, Florida theartisteye@yahoo.com 53

Thomas Wargin Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin tomwargin@sbcglobal.net wargin.com 213

Brianna Martray Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania brianna@briannamartray.com briannamartray.com 173

WATERCOLOR

Jennifer Ardolino Homosassa, Florida jenniferardolino@gmail.com jaart.com 254

Katherine Mathisen Ocoee, Florida kamathisen@bellsouth.net 2

Kuei Dorman Orlando, Florida kueisart@yahoo.com kueisart.com 125

Phillip Nolley Staunton, Virginia pnolley1@yahoo.com phillipnolley.com 131

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

Steven Olszewski Pinckney, Michigan spolszewski@gmail.com 68

Z.L. Feng Radford, Virginia zfeng@radford.edu zlfeng.com 139

56 58TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL


GALLERY WATERCOLOR continued Mary Anne James Ponce Inlet, Florida maryannejames@bellsouth.net 64

Taman VanScoy Long Beach, California taman@tamanvanscoy.com tamanvanscoy.com 36

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

Michael Weber Port St. Lucie, Florida weberwatercolors@earthlink.net weberwatercolors.net 169

M. Kemper Oklahoma City, Oklahoma kemper26@hotmail.com 245

Vonnie Whitworth Virginia Beach, Virginia vonniewhitworthart@verizon.net vonniewhitworthart.net 54

William Kwamena-Poh Savannah, Georgia william.kofiakwa@gmail.com 75

WOOD

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

Carmen Lagos Jupiter, Florida castillog@bellsouth.net castillolagosstudio.com 203

Adam Crowell Bonneau, South Carolina adam@boxedmusicdrums.com boxedmusicdrums.com 24

Alison LaMons Lakeland, Florida alison@alisonstudios.com alisonstudios.com 226

Peter Czuk Gobles, Michigan peterczuk@mindspring.com czukstudio.com 50

58TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

57


GALLERY WOOD continued Tim Deppen Sanford, Florida Tim@DeppenPaddles.com deppenpaddles.com 127

John Russell Linden, Virginia jmrart9@gmail.com johnmrussell.com 223

Marilyn Endres and Eucled Moore Driftwood, Texas mendres36@gmail.com kazistudio.com 202

Jim Smith St. Petersburg, Florida jim@bark2art.com bark2art.com 141

Shaari Horowitz and Alistair Jones Sharon, Connecticut shaari@msn.com shaarihorowitz.com 5

Greg Thomas-Moore Deltona, Florida gntm@hotmail.com tlwbc.com 160

David Levy Davis, California hardwoodcreations@pacbell.net davidlevycreations.com 171

Steve Uren Grand Rapids, Michigan steveuren@gmail.com steveuren.com 42

John Mascoll Safety Harbor, Florida johnomascoll@gmail.com 189

James Pearce Peoria, Illinois pearcepearce@att.net 66

58 58TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL


2016 AWARDS BEST OF SHOW PURCHASE AWARD ($10,000) Aletha Jones, Madison, Wisconsin, A Grand Croquet Masquerade, Watercolor

EDYTH BUSH CHARITABLE FOUNDATION ART OF PHILANTHROPY AWARD ($5,000)

MORSE MUSEUM AWARD ($2,500) Robert Hessler, Kingston, New York, Vase, Clay

Katherine Mathisen, Ocoee, Florida, Sacred Promise, Sculpture

10 AWARDS OF EXCELLENCE ($2,000)

Richard Auger, Orlando, Florida, Photography Carolyn Cohen, Orlando, Florida, Printmaking Candiss Cole-Footitt, Rodger Footitt, Sedona, Arizona, Fiber Matthew Cornell, Orlando, Florida, Painting Robert Farrell, Venice, Florida, Metal Robin Kittleson, Geneva, Illinois, Glass Jennifer Ivory, Corvallis, Oregon, Mixed Media/3D Michael Madzo, Medora, North Dakota, Mixed Media/2D Dylan Strzynski, Dexter, Michigan, Painting Marina Terauds, North Branch, Michigan, Printmaking

20 AWARDS OF DISTINCTION ($1,000) James Barnes, Woolwine, Virginia, Wood James Carter, Southbury, Connecticut, Painting Robert Coby, Cleveland, Ohio, Glass Scott Coulter, Sarasota, Florida, Painting Randy Eckard, Blue Hill, Maine, Watercolor Ummarid Eitharong, Orlando, Florida, Painting Susan Frerichs, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Jewelry Helen Gotlib, Dexter, Michigan, Drawings & Pastels M. Kemper, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Watercolor Danielle Merzatta, Mendham, New Jersey, Jewelry Cathy Rose, New Orleans, Louisiana, Sculpture Suzanne Scarborough, Columbia, South Carolina, Mixed Media/2D Bounkhong Signavong,Wolfgang Grieger, Secaucus, New Jersey, Fiber Grant Silverstein, Mansfield, Pennsylvania, Printmaking Paul Stevens, Achilles, Virginia, Photography Mark Sudduth, Cleveland Heights, Ohio, Glass Jonathan White, South Portland, Maine, Clay Vonnie Whitworth, Virginia Beach, Virginia, Watercolor R. Michael Wommack, Langhorne, Pennsylvania, Drawings & Pastels Youngjoo Yoo, Berrin Springs, Michigan, Jewelry

30 AWARDS OF MERIT ($500)

Lisa Ashinoff, Virginia Beach, Virginia, Painting David Bryce, Great Barrington, Massachusetts, Sculpture Edson Campos, Winter Park, Florida, Drawings & Pastels Ed Coleman, Kate Coleman, Swannanoa, North Carolina, Clay Erin Curry, Dallas, Texas, Drawings & Pastels David Figueroa, Sanford, Florida, Sculpture Jenny Henley, Marietta, Georgia, Mixed Media/2D Aaron Hequembourg, Monticello, Georgia, Mixed Media/2D Cali Hobgood, Urbana, Illinois, Photography Lori Jenkins, Melbourne, Florida, Watercolor Michael Kahn, Mieko Kahn, Greenbush, Michigan, Clay Karen Klinefelter, Boise, Idaho, Jewelry William Kwamena-Poh, Savannah, Georgia, Watercolor Mark Lewanski, Portland, Michigan, Glass Ethan Lillemoe, Norcross, Georgia, Clay Clare Malloy, Chicago, Illinois, Drawings & Pastels Trent Manning, Winter Haven, Florida, Mixed Media/3D John Mascoll, Safety Harbor, Florida, Wood William Ortman, Columbus, Ohio, Glass Andrew Otis, East Jordan, Michigan, Clay Loretta Petraitis, Saint Petersburg, Florida, Painting Luke Proctor, Mt. Horeb, Wisconsin, Metal Adriana Rangel, Toms River, New Jersey, Fiber Robert Ross, Altamonte Springs, Florida, Painting Aaron Sault, Denver, Colorado, Jewelry Ezra Siegel, Batavia, Illinois, Mixed Media/2D Joyce Stewart, Central Islip, New York, Fiber Tai Taeoalii, Hannibal, Missouri, Mixed Media/2D Cat Tesla, Atlanta, Georgia, Mixed Media/2D Zhou Yu, Yardley, Pennsylvania, Painting

58TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

59


PATRONS PATRON TENT SPONSORS The Mayflower Retirement Community Commerce National Bank & Trust: Guy and Donna Colado

PLATINUM

GOLD

Wendy and David Southon

The Ancient Olive / Fig and Julep Jeffrey Schrader and Bryan Behling

SILVER Mary Adkins Terry A. Breese Minter Byrd Randy and Kathy Elliott Will and Molly Fulghom Robert B. Goldstein, M.D., P.A.

Robert and Madeline Gordon Wayne and Patricia Jones Joann and Doug Marks Meredith Murphy Kathy Phillips Dr. Daniel and Carla Priehs

BRONZE Allen and Peggy Amos Aloma Title Company - Bill Primo Robin Angel Kathy Benham John and Kay Custis Jeff Dowman and Jean Gillen

Steve and Diane Goll Deborah M. Greear Paul and Stacey Manos Claire and Hal Schmidt David Stone and Keith Newhouse

PRESENTED BY

60 58TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL


PATRONS STANDARD Michael and Patrice Abufaris David and Judy Albertson Sarah Arnold Durham and Jan Barnes Jim and Gail Baxter Glenn and Debra Behr Vicki Berman Morris and Carolyn Bird Jan and Carter Bowman Strategic View, LLC - Kathryn Breslow Jeffrey Briggs Susan Bright Elenita E. Brodie Drew Brooks Tom and Pat Bruno Terry Bryant Sarah and Jeff Butler Janet Charity and Susan Cochran Chepenik Financial Andrea Christy Delos and Beth Clift Thomas and Gail Colman Jim Cooper and Carmen Dominguez Karen Crabtree John and Kay Custis Edward and Nancy Dahlka Mike and Terry Davis Louise De Veer David and Cynthia Der Hagopian Duncan DeWahl The Honorable Alan Dickey and Mrs. Laurie Dickey Stephen and Joan Elker Richard and Carol Ellis Seth and Janice Elsheimer Leif and Jan Erickson Dykes and Lisa Everett Stephen and Lori Fairbanks

Janice Farnsworth Susan Finnegan Laura and Greg Fogleman Lamont and Lynda Garber Michael and Mary Glasgow Greenlando Consulting Michael Gonick John and Barbara Gugel Bill and Linda Guthrie Howard and Suzy Harris Mr. & Mrs. Robert Hauver Holly Henson Shari Hodgson Fay Hu, DMD Scott and Sue Hudson ImageServe Internet Services - Dave Owen The Honorable Stuart and Mrs. Ruth Karden Phil Kean and Brad Grosberg Douglas and Elaine Kerr John and Linda King Bob and Marcia Klettner Richard and Wendy Kozak Bruce and Inge Lake Mark and Ellen Lang Dr. and Mrs. Salvador Lanza Kathleen and Tom Lauman Scott and Elyse Levitt Monte Livermore Francois and Susie Lorin - Umi Doug and Rhonda Lott Ron and Marilyn Lowry Paul and Judy Luckett Lester and Sonia Mandell Camille Marchese Scott and Diane Meltz Congressman John L. Mica and Mrs. Pat Mica Maija and Al Michejda

Jim and Carol Moreland Alice Moulton Joe and Jodi Nunziata Lourdes and Gerald O’Conner Dr. Mary Palmer Park Plaza Hotel Park & Swoope Salon Dr. and Mrs. Jay Plotkin Ray and Penny Ponder Angela Ramsey Preston and Christine Richmond Morna Robbins Kimberly Roberts Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Americas Dr. Scott Rotatori Carolyn Salyerds Harold Scherr David and Pamela Schulte Steve and Ava Simms Robert Sprick Jean Sprimont Lori and Adam Stefanowicz Kimberly Sterling and Brian Stehli Bill and Leslie Stern Pamela Stewart and Karen Knox Amy Thrasher Rob Turner and T. Jay York Bob and Kathy Walker Dick and Louise Weiner Mark and Lyn Williams Law Firm of Lori Pearson Wise, PA Carol Wisler Greg and Wendy Witherspoon Ellen and Wayne Wolfson Bruce and Michaelle Woodruff Sally Zarnowiec Mr. and Mrs. Steven Zimmerman

PRESENTED BY

58TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

61


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

FJ_WPART_FEB2017_V3.pdf

1

2/7/17

12:20 PM

C

M

Y

CM

MY

CY

CMY

K

HIDDEN GARDEN UNIQUE GIFTS & 407.960.7280 348 N. PARK AVE HOME #4 ACCESSORIES #FIGANDJULEPWP WINTER PARK, FL

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 58TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL


THANK YOU `

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!

䠀椀氀氀洀愀渀 䘀愀渀渀椀攀 䠀椀氀氀洀愀渀 䠀椀氀氀洀愀渀

`

!""#"$#%&'()#*+,-%'.'/01#*#-"'#%'(-%$,0*'/*2,#+0

䄀 匀 匀 伀 䌀 䤀 䄀吀 䔀 匀

WPSAF thanks  the  Galloway  Foundation    for   supporting  the  festival  programs  that  are  focused   on  arts  for  children  and  youth.

刀 䔀 䄀 䰀   䔀 匀 吀 䄀 吀 䔀 `

`

Thank You Friends of the Festival The Alfond Inn The Ancient Olive Antonella’s Pizzeria Art Systems of Florida Denise Autorino, Passport to Park Ave. Peggy Amos Bocelli Inc., Garden Center Coastline Studios Commerce National Bank & Trust David and Jennifer Foley, Pocket Program David Frank Designs Designers’ Press Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation Enzian Fannie Hillman + Associates Fig & Julip Florida Home Media, LLC FOX 35 Fresh Point The Joe & Sarah Galloway Foundation

Rotary Club of Winter Park Geico Seminole State College Volunteers George’s Gourmet Cookies SOS Dezign iHeart Radio St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church ImageServe Internet & 3D Printing Shake Shack Kappa Delta Pi The Students of Full Sail Magic 107.7 FM The Wine Barn Mattamy Homes The Winter Park Boat Tour The Mayflower Retirement` Community The Winter Park Chamber of Commerce Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art The City of Winter Park Nespresso Trustco Bank Nothing Bundt Cakes UCF Honors College Ocean Spray University High School Beta Club Oviedo High School Beta Club Upfront Foods Oz Media Winter Park Country Club The Park Press Winter Park High School Volunteers Perfect Printing Winter Park Magazine Phil Kean Design Group Winter Park Pedestrian & Bicycle Advisory Board Quality 1st Lawn & Shrub Care WRBW 65 The Ravenous Pig ` WUCF

`

`

And all of our enthusiast and dedicated Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival volunteers 58TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

63


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


INSPIRED BY LIFE

The arts inspire life. And Florida Hospital wants you to live a long one. That’s why we provide an elite network of care — from hospitals and urgent care centers to physicians and specialists — close to home and where you work. Because having a healthy mind, body and spirit allows us all to be at our creative best.

FloridaHospital.com

17-COMMPART-00255

Florida Hospital Proudly Supports the Arts


PARK MAITLAND SCHOOL

WHERE WE PAINT THE WORLD WITH

EXCELLENCE

At Park Maitland School, unparalleled academics meet the power of imagination to take learning to new heights. State of the art spaces and whimsical places ignite curiousity and creativity on our lush campus in the heart of Maitland-Winter Park. Call to schedule a personal tour and see just how excellent learning can be. Pre-K4 - 6th Grade • 1450 S. Orlando Ave., Maitland, FL 32751 • (407) 647-3038 • parkmaitland . org Art Festival Ad3.indd 1

2/23/17 12:19 PM

Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival 2017  
Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival 2017