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WHAT’S INSIDE 4 Board Members 6 Co-Presidents’ Message 10 Festival at a Glance 12 Map 16 2018 Exhibitors 18 Judges 20 Poster Artist 22 Leon Theodore Schools Exhibit 23 Best of Show Collection 24 Mayor’s Letter 25 Local Color 27 Entertainment 31 The Foundation 34 Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation 35 Children’s Workshop 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 45 Jewelry 47 Leather 47 Metal 48 Mixed Media/2D 49 Mixed Media/3D 50 Painting 53 Photography 54 Printmaking 55 Sculpture 57 Watercolor 58 Wood 59 2017 Winners 60 Patrons 63 Thank You

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2018 Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival Board

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Co-President Monte Livermore, Jr. Co-President Amy Thrasher

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t takes a village,” but in this case, it takes a board of directors, a beautiful city and much more to organize a world-class event. Welcome to the 59th Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival! As your co-presidents, Amy Thrasher and I (Monte Livermore) have not only the pleasure of working together, but also the pleasure of working with all those it takes to present this event. Amy’s background is in accounting and marketing, and mine is in horticulture. Though very different, we seem to complement one another in that our common goal is to produce a memorable weekend for artists and attendees alike. We should begin by thanking our Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival board of directors, without whom none of this could happen. There are approximately 40 board members, who tirelessly dedicate their efforts. And there are our festival volunteers, who fill in the gaps to allow the event to flow smoothly. And we can’t forget our city officials and officers, who facilitate the organizational and security aspects of staging one of the biggest festivals in the Southeast. And, of course, we thank our sponsors, who allow us to achieve a greater level of success. To all of these and more, we owe our sincere gratitude and appreciation. The thrust of the festival is, of course, art. We thank our independent judges who diligently select the finest artists in the nation and the world to bring their creations to Winter Park. While enjoying the art in Central Park, don’t overlook the Children’s Workshop, supported by our local museums, and the Leon Theodore Schools Exhibit, which features work by students from Orange County elementary, middle and high schools. And how about the music! There’s a Friday night jazz concert and a variety of entertainment presented


throughout the three-day festival on the stage in the West Meadow. Amy and I wish you a most pleasurable visit to our 59th Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival — and we look forward to its continuing success. Monte Livermore Amy Thrasher Co-Presidents 2018 Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival

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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 this year’s festival. An independent panel of three judges selected the 225 artists exhibiting their works. The festival consistently ranks as one of the top juried fine-art shows in the country. Recent accolades include a No. 3 ranking in Art Fair Calendar’s “2017 Best Art Fairs” and a “Top 10 Fine Art Shows” listing by Art Fair Source Book. The festival also ranks in Sunshine Artist Magazine’s “Top 100.”


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


Artists compete for 63 awards totaling $72,500. The Best of Show winner is purchased for $10,000 by the Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival Board and donated to the City of Winter Park. Previous Best of Show winners are on permanent display at the Winter Park Public Library. A $5,000 “Art of Philanthropy” Purchase Award is sponsored by the Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation. A $2,500 “Distinguished Work of Art” Award is presented through the Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art. There are 10 Awards of Excellence of $2,000 each, 20 Awards of Distinction of $1,000 each and 30 Awards of Merit of $500 each.


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 entertainers will be Eric Darius, Nick Colionne, Matt Marshak and Selina Albright. Attendees will find a variety of food and refreshments located along Morse Boulevard and throughout the park, plus a Wine & Beer Garden located in south Central Park.


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 Avenue and New England Avenue), at the center intersection (Morse Boulevard and Park Avenue), and at the north entrance (Park Avenue and Garfield Avenue). This year’s poster artist, Don DeWitt, created a vibrantly colored poster that resembles a classic orange crate label. The poster is an homage to the region’s citrusgrowing heritage and nod to the Winter Park Farmers’ Market of today. 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 those from past years by visiting our website at


Youngsters can create their own artwork at the Children’s Workshop Village. Easel painting is very popular, and local art centers and museums feature a variety of fun, hands-on art activities for children. Admission is free, and participants may take home their creations. The Children’s Workshop Village hours are 10 a.m.-4 p.m. on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Easel painting is from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.


The place to discover the talented artists of the next generation is at the Leon Theodore Schools Exhibit, where artwork by thousands of Orange County students is on display. (See map, pages 12-13.) The creativity and level of expertise displayed by these young artists will delight and amaze you. Be sure to check out this wonderful exhibit.


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2 018 EXHIBITORS 237 33 56 161 48 212 5

Robin Frisella Robin Lauersdorf Clare Malloy Collin Margerum Ellen Marshall Lawrence Packard R. Michael Wommack

EMERGING ARTISTS CLAY 174 31 139 198 120 18 76 149 55 68 160 117 105 3 26 9 78 230 218 220 34 211 47

Brian Beam Julie Berndt Beth Garcia Luis Enrique Gutierrez Michael Hamlin John Herbon Paul Jeselskis John Kellum William Kidd Tim Ludwig Clayton Macone Vadim Malkin Gail Markiewicz Katherine Mathisen Don McWhorter Jim Parmentier and Shirl Parmentier Tim Peters Michael Schwegmann William Shearrow Andy Smith Cheryl Mackey Smith David Smyth and Judy Cid Reiko Uchytil

DIGITAL ART 63 37 2 13

Dewey James Jesse Kunerth Randi Lorber Richard (Rick) Lorenz and T’Louise Willis-Lorenz 27 Andrew Mosedale 163 Ed Myers 232 James Richmond


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187 Dolores Collado 185 Claire Goodowens 186 Suzanne Oberholtzer


201 Kate Beck 210 Bozenna Bogucka and Lukasz Bogucki 118 Galina Kostanda-Lambert 58 Mary Sly 217 Jill Wagoner 183 Jean Yao


168 Chip Arnold 138 Jennifer Bauser 38 Jayne DeMarcay 236 Pam Fox 165 Julie Jerman-Melka and Jeffrey Melka 65 Wiwat Kamolpornwijit 4 Theresa Kwong 231 Aileen Lampman 214 Danielle Merzatta and Chris Merzatta 219 Carlos Montanaro 228 Matthew Naftzger 114 Jim Norton 153 Jose Paternoster and Kaisa Manninen 254 Sally Phillips 194 Suzanne Schmid 103 Beth Solomon 52 Regina To 188 Jeff Welti and Angela Welti 35 Youngjoo Yoo


171 Marvin Bower and Bonnie Bower 180 Charles D’Onofrio 6 Steve Edgar 203 Mychal Mitchell 46 Alberto Toro


8 Leon Applebaum 223 Sharon Burridge 169 Robert Coby 192 Ruben Fasani 181 Jeff Felix and Jaky Felix 176 Karen Hibbs 238 Ronnie Hughes 51 Robin Kittleson 222 Mark Lewanski 77 Minh Martin 242 Michael Mikula 251 Eric Mort 71 David Russell 64 Richard Ryan 21 David Sandidge 141 Thomas Spake 101 Mark Sudduth

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Anthony Arkus Stephen Breinager Robert Farrell Dave MacDonald Luke Proctor Vinnie Sutherland

MIXED MEDIA - 2D 199 115 39 127 19 79 40 59 108 167 145

Meyer Abrams Sarah Bean Chris Bruno Gaston Carrio Daphne Covington Kim Eubank and Jonah Green Benjamin Frey Jenny Henley Stacia Holllmann Gaston Locklear Michael Madzo

2 018 EXHIBITORS 7 Mark Mohrenweiser 164 Ed Myers 69 Jo Nelson and William Nelson 204 Lisa Norris 104 Tiffany Ownbey 60 Suzy Scarborough 179 Michelle McDowell Smith 14 Marina Terauds 240 Marjolyn van der Hart


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205 Xiao Jiang 147 Ning Lee 235 John Maurer 216 William McCarthy 233 Amanda McLenon 224 Kirk Mullenax 16 Brian Murphy 246 Sergei Orgunov 128 Ken Orton 24 Bruce Peeso 10 Jeff Ripple 159 Robert Ross 129 Evan Schwarze 53 Stephen Sebastian 184 Jon Smith 123 Donald Sondag 229 Ken Tutjamnong 170 Li Wang 30 James Whitbeck 12 Yu Zhou

243 David Figueroa 158 Will Grant 106 Charles Hazelaar 57 Jack Hill 137 John Wayne Jackson and Paige Jackson 202 Susan Livingston 119 Nnamdi Okonkwo 67 Steven Olszewski 72 Benjamin Peterson 250 Charles Strain 191 Wayne Trinklein 113 Thomas Wargin


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udges for The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival are selected annually for their in-depth knowledge and experience in multiple art media. In October, they reviewed digital images from all applicants and selected the exhibiting artists. Other artists were placed on wait lists. During the festival, the same panel will review exhibits to determine which artists will be considered for awards. After a booth is selected, the artist is responsible for choosing one representative piece for consideration. Winners are determined by the judges on Saturday. Awards include the Best of Show, the Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation Award and the Morse Museum Award.


Elaine D. Gustafson is the curator of collections at the Weatherspoon Art Museum at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, where in 2009 she was production manager of the first significant catalog featuring the museum’s collection. More recent projects have included overseeing renovation of the museum’s storage vault, which was funded in part by a $150,000 Institute of Museum and Library Services grant that she co-authored. She has also strengthened the museum’s photography collection, and recently organized Lucinda Devlin: Sightlines, the first retrospective of this significant American photographer’s work. Gustafson collaborates with the university’s faculty and students to develop exhibitions related to upcoming course curricula. She holds a B.A. in the history of art from Wheaton College and an M.A. in the history of art from Brown University. She has completed coursework toward her doctorate, also at Brown University. Gustafson was director of exhibitions and collections and curator of contemporary art at the Tampa Museum of Art for 10 years. She has also worked for the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, the Detroit Institute of Arts, the Toledo Museum of Art, the Worcester Art Museum and the Museum of Art at the Rhode Island School of Design. In addition, she has published numerous scholarly articles and served as an adjunct professor at Auburn University, Troy State University, and, presently, the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.


Phillip Shore is an artist and an educator who divides his time between Michigan and Texas. Shore earned an M.F.A. from the University of Notre Dame and a B.F.A. from the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University. Over his 20-year career, Shore has exhibited extensively throughout the U.S. He was also invited to attend an international sculpture symposium in the Republic of Georgia. Shore’s work is influenced by his travels to ancient Greece, where he has studied archeo18 59TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

logical artifacts, and by the relationship between humans and the environment. Shore has received grants from the State of Michigan and Arts America. Most recently, he was the recipient of the Haggar Scholar Award through the University of Dallas. Shore is represented by Craighead Green Gallery in Dallas, and by Sue Greenwood Fine Art in Laguna Beach, California. His work is in many public and private collections, including Purdue University; the City of Fort Smith, Arkansas; Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, a Dallas-based law firm; and the Rustavi International Sculpture Park, Rustavi, Republic of Georgia.


Louis A. Zona is professor emeritus and art history director at the Butler Institute of American Art. The institute is affiliated with Zona’s undergraduate alma mater, Youngstown State University, where he has served on the art faculty since 1966. He earned a master’s degree from the University of Pittsburgh in 1969, followed by a doctoral degree from Carnegie Mellon University in 1973. Zona has twice received the YSU Distinguished Professor Award, and was elected chairman of the art department in 1976. He was named executive director of the institute in 1981, and has devoted his tenure to expanding and modernizing the facility, creating two branch locations and expanding its collections and outreach initiatives. Under Zona’s leadership, the Beecher Center — a joint venture of the institute and YSU that focuses on art and technology — was dedicated in 2000. Zona has received many national honors, including the Gari Melchers Medal — presented in 1996 by the Artist’s Fellowship of New York City — for his outstanding contribution to American art and culture. He’s the author of numerous articles on art and art history, including “Nassos Daphnis: Color and Form,” and “A Nation’s Legacy: The Mid-Twentieth Century in American Art.” Zona is a major contributor to the recent publication, Master Paintings from the Butler Institute of American Art, a catalog of the institute’s permanent collection. 

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on DeWitt is a Florida native, born in Winter Park. He attended St. Charles School and Bishop Moore High School, then graduated from Flagler College in St. Augustine, where he majored in fine art and graphic design. Back in Central Florida, he enjoyed a 20-year career working in schoolbook publishing. Beginning as a designer and paste-up artist, he eventually became an art director, helping to produce award-winning literature anthologies. A favorite part of the publishing process was designing schoolbook covers, for which DeWitt was recognized with awards from both the New York Book Show and the New England Book Show. As a local, DeWitt always loved The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival. Seeing artists being celebrated and successful was inspiring, he says, and discovering that there are so many ways to channel creativity was meaningful to a young person finding his way in a pre-internet world. Beyond the obvious fun of an art festival, he adds, such events reinforce the fact that art can be an important outlet for all kinds of communication — which he believes is an important lesson for a new generation in a quickly evolving and sometimes confusing world. Forever grateful for having had a lifetime of support for his artistic expression from his parents, family and husband, DeWitt hopes all adults recognize and help nurture imagination and creativity in children. “It’s a valuable way to process feelings of all kinds,” he says. This year’s poster is a throwback to vintage fruit crate labels from the citrus farms that were once numerous in Central Florida. It’s also a nod to the Saturday Winter Park Farmers’ Market, located around the old train depot on New England Avenue in Winter Park. There, fresh fruit, vegetables, plants as well as other handmade treats have been available for nearly 40 years. DeWitt says that designing the poster this year has been a great honor, and a way for him to show affection for the City of Winter Park — which has been an important part of his family’s history.  20 59TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL


Don Dewitt, the festival’s 2018 poster artist.



Showcasing the Talented 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. The skillful and unique works of art created by these talented students will amaze you. The exhibit is named in memory of Leon Theodore, an inspirational teacher, artist and former member and president of the 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 mid-century/New York School inspired art, Debe Abbott, an award-winning artist working in pastel, acrylic, oil and mixed media, and Lynn Whipple, a mixed-media artist known for her whimsical creations and “Big Bold Blooms” series. A special thank you goes to the sponsors who support this exhibit, including the Joe and Sarah Galloway Foundation, Art Systems of Florida, Orange County Public Schools and the WPSAF Foundation. 

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n 1969, an annual tradition was started when the Best of Show work of art was purchased by the Festival Committee for $250 and presented to the City of Winter Park as an expression of appreciation for their support and the many services provided. The tradition continues, and the prize money has steadily increased over the years. This year’s Best of Show will be purchased from the artist for $10,000. A collection of Best of Show pieces from years past is on display at the Winter Park Public Library, where you can take a self-guided tour with the help of a brochure available at the front desk. Or, you can 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,” then “Digital Collections,” then “Events,” and, finally, “Sidewalk Art Festival. Or type this link into your browser: http:// In November 2017, the Best of Show collection was part of the Cultural Sampler Bicycle Tour. In February 2018, a gallery walk featuring three-time Best of Show

Three-time Best of Show winner Matthew Cornell talks about his work during a recent gallery walk.

winner Matthew Cornell was presented as part of the city’s Weekend of the Arts outreach. Check with the library to see when the next gallery walk may be scheduled. 

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Farmers’ Market Has a Juicy History

he Winter Park Farmers’ Market, one of the city’s most important historical landmarks, shares a common thread with this year’s nostalgic official festival poster — citrus. Built in 1927 at 200 West New England Avenue, the location of what’s now widely considered to be the finest farmers’ market in Central Florida was once a railroad freight depot. In those days, Winter Park was a central shipping point for citrus and other local commodities. The Atlantic Coastline Railroad bought the property in 1930, but by 1977 the building was vacant and in disrepair. The city, hoping to use the property for parking, condemned it in 1978. But a private company had already put down a deposit on a $166,000 purchase offer, sparking a legal battle that ultimately allowed the city to purchase the property in June of that year for $212,500. What has been a railroad depot built in the 1920s is now home But rather than tear down the building and create a to Winter Park’s popular Farmers’ Market. parking lot, the city adopted a proposal by Commissioner Jerome Donnelly to open a farmers’ market. More than 10,000 people showed up on opening weekend in 1979. In 1991, the depot was restored for use as an event space, using funds from a bond issue and donations from various civic organizations. The Winter Park History Museum moved into the north end of the depot after the improvements were complete. Along with the fresh produce, plants and bakery items, you might still find some citrus for sale there on any given Saturday from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. — except, of course, on festival weekend. 


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ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY, MARCH 16  4-4:15 p.m.: Cheiron Records Presents: 4:30-4:45 p.m.: Sydney Rhame, D.B. Ricapito, Alani Claire 4:45-5 p.m.: Saagar Ace, Emily Lucas, Tray Johnson  5:30-6:30 p.m.: Brown Bag Brass Band  7:30-9 p.m.: Jazz Gets The Blues Featuring Selina Albright, Nick Colionne, Eric Darius, Matt Marshak

SATURDAY, MARCH 17  10-10:45 a.m.: Paint it Black (Contemporary Jazz)

SUNDAY, MARCH 18  10-11 a.m.: TBA

 11-11:15 a.m.: Studio 150 (First United Methodist Kids)

 11:15-11:45 a.m.: Suzuki Music Institute (Children’s Ensemble)  Noon-1 p.m.: Flint Blade

 11:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m.: Dakota Hurley (Country Soloist)

 1:15-1:45 p.m.: Stephanie Slagle (Jazz Singer)

 12:30-1:15 p.m.: The Citrus Singers Girl Scouts Chorus

 2-2:45 p.m.: Orlando Brass Quintet

 1:30-2:30 p.m.: Patchouli (Modern Folk Guitar Duo)

 3:15-4:45 p.m.: WUCF 89.9 and Chris Cortez Presents the Blue Bamboo All-Stars

 2:45-3:15 p.m.: O-Sky (Contemporary Teen Singer/Soloist)  3:45-4:30 p.m.: Will Adrian (Jazz Band)  5-6 p.m.: Brass Band of Central Florida

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The Intersection of Jazz and Blues

s always, The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival is presenting a dynamic lineup of entertainers, combining national headliners as well as locally based groups and performers on the stage in north Central Park. The festivities kick off Friday, March 16, with a Cheiron Records Showcase featuring a handful of up-andcoming young soloists produced by Central Florida’s boy band guru Tim Coons, who was the original producer for the Backstreet Boys and has worked with NSYNC and a roster of other top-selling pop artists. Then, from 7:30-9 p.m., prepare to be blown away by Jazz Gets the Blues, featuring a powerhouse foursome including, in alphabetical order, Selina Albright, Nick Colionne, Eric Darius and Matt Marshak.


Selina Albright is a soulful singer-songwriter with versatility that comes from years of listening to a variety of musical genres in a variety of languages. Albright has performed all over the world with such artists as George Duke, Joe Sample, David Benoit, Dave Koz, David Sanborn, Kirk Whalum, Boney James, Candy Dulfer, Hugh Masekala, Chaka Khan and The Temptations as well as with her father, legendary jazz saxophonist Gerald Albright.


Since breaking through to contemporary urban jazz stardom in the early 2000s, Nick Colionne has been one of the genre´s most dynamic and tireless live performers. He has headlined hundreds of shows, energizing fans across the U.S. and Europe with his sizzling blend of jazz, R&B, funk, blues and soulful, seductive vocals. Colionne has received numerous accolades throughout his multifaceted career, including the 2007 International Instrumental Artist of the Year Award at the Wave Jazz Awards, which was won the year before by Chris Botti.


Saxophonist, composer, producer and vocalist Eric Darius is one of the most exciting musicians to enter the contemporary jazz scene in the last decade. An internationally renowned recording artist, he has six critically acclaimed albums under his belt, a No. 1 hit single, and seven Top 10 radio hits on Billboard’s Contemporary Jazz Charts.


New York guitarist Matt Marshak has mastered an entirely unique style of guitar playing, blending elements of jazz, urban groove, pop, funk, R&B, world beat and much more. His style and sound have led him across the globe performing at some of the world’s biggest jazz festivals, performing on the same festival bills with legends such as Carlos Santana, Larry Carlton, George Benson, David Sanborn & Fourplay, to name just a few. 28 59TH WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL



The Citrus Singers are the premiere chorus of the Girl Scouts of Central Florida. It’s a group of 35 scouts who come from troupes throughout Central Florida to perform together. You may have seen them at the Amway Arena, the Citrus Bowl, Universal Studios, Lake Eola, Crane’s Roost or the Orlando Museum of Art. Or, you may have seen their highly viewed music video on YouTube, a Meghan Trainor parody of “All About That Badge.” The chorus performs uplifting, positive pop as well as parody and patriotic songs. It’s led by musical director Susie Reale. The Citrus Singers take the stage on Saturday, March 17 from 12:30-1:15 p.m.


One of Central Florida’s hottest live acts, Brown Bag Brass Band has been dubbed — by themselves — as “Orlando’s official party band.” If you’ve seen them play, it’s hard to argue otherwise. What started as a pickup band covering a lastminute Mardi Gras gig soon began delivering a horn-driven tour de force, performing throughout Central Florida and beyond. Since then, “the b4” has firmly established itself an integral part of the live scene, characterized by its “loud, fast, good-time party music.” The group will perform on Friday, March 16, from 5:30-6:30 p.m.



WUCF 89.9, Jazz and More will present Chris Cortez and the Blue Bamboo All Stars with special guest Ben Wendel to close out the festival on Sunday afternoon. Cortez is a guitarist, singer, producer, audio engineer and videographer who grew up in Orlando — but his career has taken him around the world. He created Blue Bamboo Music, an independent jazz record label, in 1986. In 2015, he returned to Central Florida to open the Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts in Winter Park. It’s a combination recording studio and performance venue. Cortez and the All Stars will perform on Sunday, March 18, from 3:15-4:45 p.m.

Hernando County’s Stephanie Slagle, winner of VSA Florida’s Young Soloist Competition, will wow festival-goers Sunday afternoon. VSA Florida’s mission is to provide, support, and champion arts education and cultural experiences by and for people with disabilities. Slagle, 18, will represent the state in VSA International Competition, slated later this year in Washington, D.C. She earned the Florida title following a strict adjudication process facilitated by professors of music at the University of South Florida in Tampa and professional musicians in Hillsborough County. Slagle will be one of only two Florida vocalists contending for the national title. She’ll perform on Sunday, March 18, from 1:15-1:45 p.m.



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THE FOUNDATION Supporting Art Education and Community Spirit


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 in Orlando. Since 2008, the foundation has had a continuing mission to enhance art appreciation, art education and community spirit. During the 2017 festival more than 1,000 children had the opportunity to express their creativity though easel painting. The museum workshops reported more than 500 children per day took part in their hands-on art activities. And each year, more than 4,500 Orange County students have had the thrill of having their artwork showcased and judged at the Leon Theodore Schools Exhibit. The foundation received funding in 2017 from the 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 Internal Revenue Service approved the foundation as a 501(c) 3 tax-exempt entity in September of 2008. If you’d like to make a donation or find out more about the foundation, write P.O. Box 597, Winter Park, 32790, email to or call 407-644-7207. 

The Emerging Artist Program is supported by the Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival Foundation, Inc. FOUNDATION OFFICERS President, Alice Moulton Vice President, Carole Moreland Secretary, Linda Guthrie Treasurer, Carol Wisler FOUNDATION BOARD MEMBERS Mike Hlavek; Monte Livermore; Morna Robbins; Jean Sprimont; Amy Thrasher; Greg Witherspoon

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Awesome Interactive Art Just 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 is open each day of the festival — Friday, Saturday and Sunday — and it’s free. It’s located on the west side of the railroad tracks, just north of Morse Boulevard near the Post Office. Be sure to bring an adult with you so they can sign you in. Easel painting is always popular at the Village, with more than 1,000 children and families participating each year. Kids get to paint a picture using the huge outdoor easels that have been a part of the festival for 30-plus years. Easel Painting is Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. In addition, each of our museum and community partners has 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 that children of all ages can develop a love and appreciation for art when Penelope Peacock from the Winter Park History Museum they’re given the opportunity to explore their own creativity.  makes an annual visit to the Children’s Workshop.

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 407-539-2181

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

Cornell Fine Arts Museum at Rollins College 407-646-2526

Crealdé School of Art 407-671-1886

Hannibal Square Heritage Center 407-539-2680

The Mennello Museum of American Folk Art 407-246-4278

Orange County Regional History Center 407-836-8500

Orlando Museum of Art 407-896-4231

Winter Park History Museum 407-647-2330

Winter Park Public Library 407-623-3300

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

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Celebrate the Rites of Spring at the Morse

he Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art kicks off its seven-week celebration of spring with a threeday open house held in conjunction with the annual Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival. All visitors enjoy free admission to the galleries during the festival. Then for six consecutive spring Friday evenings, from March 23 through April 27, the Morse will present live music from 5-8 p.m. during its free open house events. In addition to live music, the events include curator tours of the exhibition Louis Comfort Tiffany’s Laurelton Hall at 7 p.m. The April 6 schedule also includes a family tour of selected galleries and a demonstration of landscape painting techniques, with a free take-home art activity for participants. Finally, as is tradition, the Morse will offer free admission on Easter weekend, March 30 through April 1, with live music and a curator tour set for Good Friday. The Morse is home to the world’s most comprehensive collection of works by American artist and designer Louis Comfort Tiffany. New exhibits include Tiffany Studios Designs, Louis Comfort Tiffany — Impressions on Film, Canvas, and Paper, and The Domes of the Yosemite, a monumental 1867 landscape painting by Albert Bierstadt. Through April, museum 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. Regular admission is $6 for adults, $5 for seniors, $1 for students and free for children younger than age 12. Admission is free from 4-8 p.m. on Fridays, November through April. The museum, located at 445 N. Park Ave., is owned and operated by the Charles Hosmer Morse Foundation and receives additional support from the Elizabeth Morse Genius Foundation. It receives no public funds. 

The Morse Museum of American Art features an extraordinary collection of works by Louis Comfort Tiffany (right). New exhibits include Domes of the Yosemite, a monumental 1867 landscape painting by Albert Bierstadt (below).


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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.


Dolores Collado

Dolores Collado has been a creative force for more than a half century — and this year’s Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival marks her debut as an exhibiting artist. Born and raised in Granada, Spain, Collado moved to the U.S. in 1967 with her husband to support his medical career and raise their family. During her teens and twenties in Spain, she worked for various fashion houses creating custom garments. She set aside her artistic pursuits to raise three children, but picked back up when she became an empty nester. Collado has worked extensively with stained glass, oils and watercolors. But her truest forms of expression have been realized through jewelry making. Then, when her husband died in April of last year, her children pushed her to focus on her art more than ever before. Now, at 74, she feels as though she’s just getting starting. • Booth Number 187


Suzanne Oberholtzer is a studio artist who creates handmade paper sculptures and fiber art. She graduated with a degree in communications and advertising from Southern Illinois University in Carbondale. Her art is informed by her decades-long career in graphic design, and through craft workshops at the Penland School of Crafts, the Appalachian Center for Craft and the Craft Alliance Center for Art & Design in St. Louis. She’s now a resident “Artist-inAction” at Art & History Museums Maitland. Oberholtzer’s works are crafted from handmade paper pulp using age-old processes. She says that employing handmade paper as a fine-art medium combines the alchemy of craft with the technical knowledge she gained through years of working as an art director in the commercial print-on-paper world. Her works have been featured at Orlando Museum of Art’s First Thursdays series, the Participation and Culturepop! programs at Art & History Museums – Maitland, and several Florida Sculptors Guild shows. She was also a featured artist in “Art in Odd Places,” an outdoor visual and performing arts festival held last year in downtown Orlando.

Suzanne Oberholtzer • • Booth Number 186


Claire Goodowens

Claire Goodowens — this year’s youngest Emerging Artist — received her first camera at the age of 4, and ever since then has been exploring ways in which photography can combine her two passions: nature and mathematics. Over the past two years, Claire has been enamored with macro photography and its ability to expose complexities in the living world that are typically unseen. Driven by the joy she experiences when she uncovers the hidden mysteries of the wild, Claire is rarely seen without her camera. She hopes that her art will help viewers to see her subjects as much more than “bugs.” If you’re able to see the beauty in even the most insignificant insect, she says, then you’re more apt to see the beauty in all things. Claire hopes to inspire other children to follow their passions. She’s humbled by being chosen to participate in The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival, and grateful for the opportunity to share her vision on a national stage. • • Booth Number 185


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GALLERY CLAY Brian Beam Fulton, Michigan 174

Paul Jeselskis Michigan City, Indiana 76

Julie Berndt Dawson, Minnesota 31

John Kellum Orlando, Florida 149

Beth Garcia Lakeland, Florida 139

William Kidd Lakeland, Florida 55

Luis Enrique Gutierrez Knightdale, North Carolina 198

Tim Ludwig Deland, Florida 68

Michael Hamlin Gerton, North Carolina 120

Clayton Macone Spooner, Wisconsin 160

John Herbon Saint Ignace, Michigan 18

Vadim Malkin Orlando, Florida 117


GALLERY CLAY continued Gail Markiewicz Woodbridge, Connecticut 105

William Shearrow Canton, Ohio 218

Katherine Mathisen Ocoee, Florida 3

Andy Smith Marshville, North Carolina 220

Don McWhorter Carrollton, Georgia 26

Cheryl Mackey Smith Fairview, North Carolina 34

Jim Parmentier and Shirl Parmentier Mars Hill, North Carolina 9

David Smyth and Judy Cid Middleburgh, New York 211

Tim Peters Winter Haven, Florida 78

Reiko Uchytil West Des Moines, Iowa 47

DIGITAL ART Michael Schwegmann Bement, Illinois 230

Dewey James Minneapolis, Minnesota 63





Jesse Kunerth Palm Bay, Florida 37

William Armstrong Richmond, Virginia 22

Randi Lorber Santa Fe, New Mexico 2

Edson Campos Winter Park, Florida 112

Richard (Rick) Lorenz and T’Louise Willis-Lorenz Bella Vista, Arkansas 13

Roxane Chardon Hollis, New Hampshire 239

Andrew Mosedale Saint Augustine, Florida 27

Chip DuPont Shiner, Texas 111

Ed Myers Lake Mary, Florida 163

Jeff Eckert Tampa, Florida 148

James Richmond Titusville, Florida 232

Robin Frisella Hampton Falls, New Hampshire 237




Robin Lauersdorf Monona, Wisconsin 33

Dolores Collado Miami Beach, Florida 187

Clare Malloy Chicago, Illinois 56

Claire Goodowens Winter Park, Florida 185

Collin Margerum Winter Springs, Florida 161

Suzanne Oberholtzer Orlando, Florida 186

FIBER Ellen Marshall Ybor City, Florida 48

Kate Beck New Orleans, Louisiana 201

Lawrence Packard Winter Haven, Florida 212

Bozenna Bogucka and Lukasz Bogucki Los Angeles, California 210

R. Michael Wommack Langhorne, Pennsylvania 5

Galina Kostanda-Lambert Fort Myers, Florida 118



GALLERY FIBER continued Mary Sly Friday Harbor, Washington 58

Ruben Fasani Buenos Aires, Argentina 192

Jill Wagoner Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina 217

Jeff Felix and Jaky Felix Titus, Alabama 181

Jean Yao Fort Lauderdale, Florida 183

Karen Hibbs New Haven, Connecticut 176

Leon Applebaum Prattsburgh, New York 8

Ronnie Hughes Laurel Springs, North Carolina 238

Sharon Burridge Merritt Island, Florida 223

Robin Kittleson Geneva, Illinois 51

Robert Coby Cleveland, Ohio 169

Mark Lewanski Portland, Michigan 222



GALLERY GLASS continued Minh Martin Charlottesville, Virginia 77

Thomas Spake Chattanooga, Tennessee 141

Michael Mikula Cleveland, Ohio 242

Mark Sudduth Cleveland Heights, Ohio 101

JEWELRY Eric Mort Austin, Texas 251

Chip Arnold Webster, New York 168

David Russell Camden, South Carolina 71

Jennifer Bauser New Orleans Louisiana 138

Richard Ryan Bourbonnais, Illinois 64

Jayne DeMarcay Abita Springs, Louisiana 38

David Sandidge Clermont, Florida 21

Pam Fox Sarasota, Florida 236



GALLERY JEWELRY continued Julie Jerman-Melka and Jeffrey Melka Calumet, Michigan 165

Matthew Naftzger Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 228

Wiwat Kamolpornwijit Alexandria, Virginia 65

Jim Norton Athens, Georgia 114

Theresa Kwong San Mateo, California 4

Jose Paternoster and Kaisa Manninen West Palm Beach, Florida 153

Aileen Lampman Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 231

Sally Phillips Indianapolis, Indiana 254

Danielle Merzatta and Chris Merzatta Mount Tabor, New Jersey 214

Suzanne Schmid Springfield, Illinois 194

Carlos Montanaro Indio, California 219

Beth Solomon Lexington, Massachusetts 103


GALLERY JEWELRY continued Regina To Key West, Florida 52

Mychal Mitchell Austin, Texas 203

Jeff Welti and Angela Welti Okemos, Michigan 188

Alberto Toro Maryville, Tennessee 46

METAL Youngjoo Yoo Berrien Springs, Michigan 35

Anthony Arkus Galeton, Pennsylvania 11

Marvin Bower and Bonnie Bower Boonsboro, Maryland 171

Stephen Breinager Detroit, Michigan 249

Charles D’Onofrio Danbury, Connecticut 180

Robert Farrell Venice, Florida 102

Steve Edgar Tallahassee, Florida 6

Dave MacDonald Gerton, North Carolina 125




GALLERY METAL continued Luke Proctor Mt. Horeb, Wisconsin 28

Daphne Covington Smyrna, Georgia 19

Vinnie Sutherland Newaygo, Michigan 133

Kim Eubank and Jonah Green Richmond, Virginia 79

MIXED MEDIA - 2D Meyer Abrams Peachtree City, Georgia 199

Benjamin Frey Buena Vista, Virginia 40

Sarah Bean Gold Beach, Oregon 115

Jenny Henley Marietta, Georgia 59

Chris Bruno Lexington, Virginia 39

Stacia Hollmann Deland Florida 108

Gaston Carrio Houston, Texas 127

Gaston Locklear Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 167


GALLERY MIXED MEDIA - 2D continued Michael Madzo Medora, North Dakota 145

Suzy Scarborough Columbia, South Carolina 60

Mark Mohrenweiser Brighton, Michigan 7

Michelle McDowell Smith St. John’s, Florida 179

Ed Myers Lake Mary, Florida 164

Marina Terauds North Branch, Michigan 14

Jo Nelson and William Nelson Hastings, Nebraska 69

Marjolyn van der Hart Toronto, Canada 240

MIXED MEDIA - 3D Lisa Norris Chattanooga, Tennessee 204

Su Griggs Allen Sarasota, Florida 245

Tiffany Ownbey Rutherfordton, North Carolina 104

Richard Cooley West Bend, Wisconsin 110



GALLERY MIXED MEDIA - 3D continued Tracy Hambley Southbury, Connecticut 225

Steven Radtke and Beth Radtke Monroe, Georgia 152

Steven Howell Gainesville, Florida 25

Mindy Rhoads and Greg Rhoads Marquette, Kansas 32

Nicario Jimenez Naples, Florida 41

Mark Schlabaugh Kalona, Iowa 75

Alice Legler and Bob Legler Mission, Kansas 172

Mick Whitcomb Springfield, Missouri 207

PAINTING Trent Manning Winter Haven, Florida 130

Linda Apriletti Miami Springs, Florida 43

Kim Peashey and Chuck Peashey Brockport, New York 197

Stephen Bach Orlando, Florida 136


GALLERY PAINTING continued Bert Beirne Flowery Branch, Georgia 116

George Ceffalio Glen Ellyn, Illinois 45

Thomas Bradshaw Blackstone, Virginia 140

Matthew Cornell Orlando, Florida 1

Stephen Brehm Leola, Pennsylvania 178

Richard Currier Micco, Florida 62

Mark Brown Carlisle, Pennsylvania 162

Rey D’Alfonso Miami, Florida 70

Kate Carney Orlando, Florida 182

Kathleen Green Groveport, Ohio 157

James Carter Southbury, Connecticut 151

John Harris Norwalk, Connecticut 49



GALLERY PAINTING continued Xiao Jiang Scarborough, Ontario, Canada 205

Brian Murphy Newport News, Virginia 16

Ning Lee Livingston, New Jersey 147

Sergei Orgunov Orange Park, Florida 246

John Maurer St. Petersburg, Florida 235

Ken Orton Venice, Florida 128

William McCarthy Hamden, Connecticut 216

Bruce Peeso Monson, Massachusetts 24

Amanda McLenon Daniel Island, South Carolina 233

Jeff Ripple Micanopy, Florida 10

Kirk Mullenax Fayette, Alabama 224

Robert Ross Altamonte Springs, Florida 159


GALLERY PAINTING continued Evan Schwarze Atlanta, Georgia 129

James Whitbeck Montague, Massachusetts 30

Stephen Sebastian Thomasville, North Carolina 53

Yu Zhou Yardley, Pennsylvania 12

PHOTOGRAPHY Jon Smith Clearwater, Florida 184

Richard Auger Winter Park, Florida 156

Donald Sondag Maitland, Florida 123

Micheal Paul Cole Hannibal, Missouri 121

Ken Tutjamnong Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 229

John Galbo Saginaw, Michigan 244

Li Wang Palm Coast, Florida 170

Cali Hobgood Urbana, Illinois 44



GALLERY PHOTOGRAPHY continued Billy Joe Hoyle Parrish, Florida 177

Andrew Sovjani Conway, Massachusetts 23

Tina Leto Chicago, Illinois 107

Kyle Spears Bloomington, Indiana 61

Igor Menaker Grayslake, Ilinois 213

Heidi Thamert Titusville, Florida 142

Brian Miller Baton Rouge, Louisiana 154

Steve Wewerka Saint Paul, Minnesota 208

Marius Moore Gulfport, Florida 73

Kathy Wolfe Avondale Estates, Georgia 29

PRINTMAKING Jason Pavalonis Jackson Hole, Wyoming 109


Kent Ambler Greenville, South Carolina 155

GALLERY PRINTMAKING continued Michael Bond River Falls, Wisconsin 134

Leslie Peebles Gainesville, Florida 252

Carolyn Cohen Orlando, Florida 166

Stephen Sebastian Thomasville, North Carolina 54

John Costin Tampa, Florida 150

Jill Steenhuis Luynes Provence, France 190

Flo Kemp Setauket, New York 234

Marina Terauds North Branch, Michigan 15

Gillian Kemper Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 193

Kreg Yingst Pensacola, Florida 206

SCULPTURE Amanda Outcalt Norfolk, Virginia 241

Paul Braun St. Augustine, Florida 215



GALLERY SCULPTURE continued David Figueroa Sanford, Florida 243

Nnamdi Okonkwo Fayetteville, Georgia 119

Will Grant Bradenton, Florida 158

Steven Olszewski Pinckney, Michigan 67

Charles Hazelaar Cape Canaveral, Florida 106

Benjamin Peterson New Port Richey, Florida 72

Jack Hill DeLand, Florida 57

Charles Strain Harrisburg, Missouri 250

John Wayne Jackson and Paige Jackson Black Mountain, North Carolina 137

Wayne Trinklein St. Peters, Missouri 191

Susan Livingston Lutz, Florida 202

Thomas Wargin Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin 113


GALLERY WATERCOLOR Gary Curtis Woodstock, Georgia 66

Lu Fuller Maysville, Kentucky 131

Kuei Dorman Orlando, Florida 126

Lori Jenkins Melbourne, Florida 17

Randy Eckard Blue Hill, Maine 195

Aletha Jones Madison, Wisconsin 74

ZL Feng Radford, Virginia 221

Alison LaMons Lakeland, Florida 226

Virginia Fergus Atlanta, Georgia 50

Bernard Martin Winter Park, Florida 20

Robert Flowers Summerfield, North Carolina 255

Taman VanScoy Long Beach, California 36



GALLERY WATERCOLOR continued Michael Weber Port St. Lucie, Florida 175

James Pearce Peoria, Illinois 100

Vonnie Whitworth Virginia Beach, Virginia 247

Jerry Remillard and Susan Remillard South West Ranches, Florida 248

Bryan Yung Palm Coast, Florida 144

John Russell Linden, Virginia 132

Ray Jones Asheville, North Carolina 135

David Souza Gilbertsville, Pennsylvania 209

John Mascoll Safety Harbor, Florida 189

Greg Thomas-Moore Deltona, Florida 122

Lance Munn and Vicki Munn Bloomfield, Indiana 173

Steve Uren Grand Rapids, Michigan 42



2 017 AWARDS BEST OF SHOW PURCHASE AWARD ($10,000) Painting River Walk Ken Tutjamnong Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

EDYTH BUSH CHARITABLE FOUNDATION ART OF PHILANTHROPY AWARD ($5,000) Printmaking Roots Carolyn Cohen Orlando, Florida


James Carter, Southbury, Connecticuit, Painting Fong Choo, Louisville, Kentucky, Clay Matthew Cornell, Orlando, Florida, Painting John Costin, Tampa, Florida, Printmaking Robert Farrell, Venice, Florida, Metal Charles Hazelaar, Cape Canaveral, Florida, Sculpture Nicario Jimenez, Naples, Florida, Mixed Media/3D James Pearce, Peoria, Illinois, Wood Grant Silverstein, Mansfield, Pennsylvania, Printmaking Jean Yao, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Fiber

20 AWARDS OF DISTINCTION ($1,000) Richard Auger, Orlando, Florida, Photography Michael Bond, River Falls, Wisconsin, Printmaking Chris Bruno, Lexington, Virginia, Mixed Media/2D Roxane Chardon, Hollis, New Hampshire, Drawings and Pastels Tim Deppen, Sanford, Florida, Wood Benjamin Frey, Buena Vista, Virginia, Mixed Media/2D Michael Hamlin, Gerton, North Carolina, Clay John Herbon, Saint Ignace, Michigan, Clay Stacia Hollimann, Deland, Florida, Mixed Media/2D Billy Joe Hoyle, St. Petersburg, Florida, Photography William Kidd, Miramar, Florida, Clay Dave MacDonald, Gerton, North Carolina, Metal Trent Manning, Winter Haven, Florida, Mixed Media/3D Igor Menaker, Grayslake, Illinois, Photography Danielle Merzatta, Mount Tabor, New Jersey, Jewelry Geoff Buddie/Christine Rom, Swanton, Ohio, Mixed Media/3D John Russell, Linden, Virginia, Wood Cheryl Mackey Smith, Fairview, North Carolina, Clay Jill Steenhuis, Luynes, Provence, Printmaking Taman Vanscoy, Long Beach, California, Watercolor

MORSE MUSEUM AWARD ($2,500) Sculpture Vase David Figueroa Sanford, Florida


Jennifer Ardolino, Homosassa, Florida, Watercolor Barbara Bayne, Havre de Grace, Maryland, Jewelry Joseph Bradley, Greenville, South Carolina, Mixed Media/2D Michael Bryant, Atlanta, Georgia, Photography Kina Crow, Allison Park, Pennsylvania, Sculpture Peter Czuk, Gobles, Michigan, Wood Mark Dickson, Tallahassee, Florida, Sculpture Jeffrey Dix, Longwood, Florida, Painting Randy Eckard, Blue Hill, Maine, Watercolor Marilyn Endres, Driftwood, Texas, Wood Susan Frerichs, Richmond, Virginia, Jewelry Robert Hessler, Kingston, New York, Clay Vicki Jones, Belle Isle, Florida, Drawings and Pastels M. Kemper, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Watercolor Robin Kittleson, Geneva, Illinois, Glass William Lemke, Waukesha, Wisconsin, Photography Michael Madzo, Medora, North Dakota, Mixed Media/2D Collin Margerum, Winter Springs, Florida, Drawings and Pastels Steven Olszewski, Pinckney, Michigan, Sculpture Carrie Pearce, Peoria, Illinois, Painting Luke Proctor, Mt. Horeb, Wisconsin, Metal Suzy Scarborough, Columbia, South Carolina, Mixed Media/2D Jill Schienle, Madison, Wisconsin, Jewelry Anette Skoog, Hernando, Florida, Leather Dylan Strzynski, Dexter, Michigan, Mixed Media/2D Steve Uren, Grand Rapids, Michigan, Wood Michael Weber, AWS, Port St. Lucie, Florida, Watercolor James Weiler, Farmer City, Illinois, Glass Jonathan White, South Portland, Maine, Clay Warner Whitfield, Ocala, Florida, Glass



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Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival 2018  
Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival 2018