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Greetings From The

61st

Sidewalk Art Festival

March 20, 21, 22 • 2020


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2020 OFFICIAL PROGRAM The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival

WHAT’S INSIDE 4 Board Members 5 Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation 6 Co-Presidents’ Welcome 10 Festival at a Glance 12 Map 16 2020 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 Children’s Workshop 36 Morse Museum 38 Emerging Artists

40 Gallery of Exhibiting Artists 40 Clay 41 Digital Art 42 Drawing and Pastels 42 Emerging Artists 43 Fiber 43 Glass 44 Jewelry 46 Leather 47 Metal 47 Mixed Media - 2D 50 Mixed Media - 3D 51 Painting 53 Photography 54 Printmaking 55 Sculpture 57 Watercolor 58 Wood 60 Patrons 63 Thank You

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BOARD MEMBERS IN MEMORIAM

BETTY BAY Beloved friend, WPSAF board member since 1977, president in 1991, artist, art teacher, wife, mother and grandmother. We miss her. 2020 Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival Board (left)

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Co-President Wayne Osley Co-President Greg Witherspoon Co-President Elect Laura Fogleman

Co-President Elect Amelia Storer Treasurer Pat Bruno Recording Secretary Holly Henson

Co-Corresponding Secretary Nancy J. Calhoun Co-Corresponding Secretary Terry Forrester Past President 2019 Barbara Gugel

BOARD MEMBERS Corey Alexander Richard Awsumb Ralph Barbato Carolyn Bird Drew Brooks Tom Bruno Susan Bunting Melanie Carrigan Barbara Chandler Jennifer Clark Hal Downing

Janice Elsheimer Liz Eunice Debbie Greear Michael Hlavek Howard Ker Barbara Langley Rebecca Lee Sally Leslie Monte Livermore Ruben Madrid

Camille Marchese Carole Moreland Alice Moulton Sandra Sandberg Vic Smirnow Jean Sprimont Pam Stewart Winston A Taitt Savannah Taylor Amy Thrasher Carol Wisler

PROVISIONAL MEMBERS Ekta Desai

Monica Gfrorer

SUSTAINING MEMBERS Dale Amlund Sarah E. Arnold Sabrina Balthazor Keith Barden Karen Branen Daphne Cukier Joann Darnell Bonnie Davis Nancy Deutsch Duncan DeWahl 4 61ST 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 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 Julie Zimmerman


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C ELE BRATING A LOVE FO R HUMANI TY, EDYTH BUSH CHARITABLE FOUNDATION is proud to sponsor the annual Art of Philanthropy Award at the 61st Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival. This purchase award is presented to the artist whose work best exemplifies the spirit of philanthropy.

Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation supports creativity and innovation in the arts and humanities. The Foundation’s best work is helping nonprofit organizations be better managed, governed, and led.

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CO-PRESIDENTS’ WELCOME

A Time-Honored Spring

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Tradition

elcome to the 61st Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival! It’s time to kick off spring in beautiful Winter Park with a time-honored tradition and a nationally recognized celebration of the creative arts. Our heartfelt thanks go out to everyone involved. The festival is the culmination of endless volunteer hours from our dedicated board members, each and every one focused on a central aspect of putting on one of the nation’s best outdoor art festivals. Some of our 40 members specialize in communication skills or organizational acumen, while others provide much-needed strategic guidance and thoughtful support. The festival couldn’t happen without a myriad of additional support. Thank you to the City of Winter Park and its knowledgeable staff, who seamlessly manage festival logistics so that we may all enjoy the lovely Park Avenue and Central Park settings. Another big thank you goes out to all the volunteers who tirelessly help make the artists comfortable and our Children’s Workshop and the Leon Theodore Schools Exhibit run smoothly. The student art exhibit is so popular that we ran out of room this year. So please save some time to peruse the artwork by our talented Orange County students and our museum partners’ activities. We’d also like to thank our sponsors. It’s partnerships with local organizations that provide the resources necessary to flawlessly present this exciting festival each year. Another vital element is the enthusiasm and support of our art-loving patrons and festival attendees. This year’s panel of judges has once again chosen a group 6 61ST WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

of exceptional artists. As you stroll through the park, please take a little time to say thanks to each artist you meet. Their skills, talents and dedication to their craft are the backbone of the Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival. Enjoy everything the festival has to offer — the art, the setting, the music, the workshops, the Schools Exhibit, the food and beer garden, and the festival gear. We hope you have an amazing experience this year and many years to come. Greg Witherspoon and Wayne Osley Co-Presidents 2020 Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival Co-presidents (left to right) Greg Witherspoon and Wayne Osley.


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FESTIVAL AT A GLANCE WHERE: Central Park and along Park Avenue in Winter Park WHEN: March 20, 21, 22, 2020 HOURS: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Friday and Saturday; 9 a.m. to 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 this year’s event. An independent panel of three judges selected the 225 artists exhibiting their works. The festival consistently ranks among the top juried fine-art festivals in the country. National accolades include the No. 3 ranking in Art Fair Source Book’s “Fine Art Events,” the No. 6 ranking in Art Fair Calendar’s “2019 Best Art Fairs,” the No. 1 ranking in Art Fair Calendar’s “Best Southern Art Fairs” and the No. 6 ranking in 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 media3D, painting, photography, sculpture, watercolor and wood as well as an Emerging Artists category.

AWARDS

Artists compete for 63 awards totaling $74,500. The Best of Show purchase award was increased last year to $12,000. The festival donates the winning work to the City of Winter Park, and all 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, while a $2,500 “Distinguished Work of Art” Award is presented through the Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art. There are 10 Awards of Excellence of $2,000 each, 20 Awards of Distinction of $1,000 each and 30 Awards of Merit of $500 each.

MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT

Throughout the festival’s three-day run, you’ll find free entertainment presented on the main stage located in north Central Park. The music begins with a high-profile concert on Friday night and continues throughout the weekend with a variety of outstanding local talent to complement the festival experience. Taking the top spot at this year’s popular Friday Night Concert will be the Smooth Jazz All Stars featuring Jeff Kashiwa, Jackiem Joyner, Steve Oli-

ver and Nicholas Cole. The concert begins at at 7:15 p.m. Another notable performance will be on Sunday afternoon when Big Band Bach takes the stage at 3 p.m.

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). Posters will be sold at the three merchandise tents, while a vintage merchandise tent will be located next to the festival headquarters at Park Avenue and Morse Boulevard. This year’s vibrant and whimsical poster is a mixed-media collage called Springtime 2020 by popular local artist Victor Bokas. After the festival is over, you can still purchase this year’s poster — and past posters — by visiting the festival’s website at wpsaf.org.

FAMILY FUN

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

LEON THEODORE SCHOOLS EXHIBIT

The place to discover talented artists of the next generation is the Leon Theodore Schools Exhibit, where artwork by thousands of Orange County students is on display. 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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Ride your bike to the festival and park it at the free Bike Corral provided by the Winter Park Pedestrian and Bicycle Advisory Board. The corral is located on Morse Boulevard across the street from the Amtrak Station parking lot.

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2020 EXHIBITORS CLAY

167 Brian Beam 68 Elizabeth Borowsky 42 Paveen “Beer” Chunhaswasdikul 5 Patrick Dragon 40 John Herbon 145 Mina Heuslein 73 Paul Jeselskis 78 William Kidd 225 Andrew Massey 47 Kyle Osvog 206 Andrew Otis 19 Jim Parmentier, Shirl Parmentier 125 Jeff Pender 161 Al Scovern 9 Cheryl Mackey Smith 58 Reiko Uchytil

EMERGING ARTISTS

185 Stephanie DeGuglimo 186 S.E. Gilchrist 187 Natalia Hubbard

FIBER

30 Billie Barthelemy 203 Annie Bisone 167A Bozenna Bogucki, Lukasz Bogucki 171 Heather Cohen 137 Leah Dziewit 104 Deborah Falls 218 Selma Karaca 232 Traci Paden 70 Herion Park 75 Bounkhong Signavong 62 Mary Sly

DIGITAL ART

179 Lea Alboher 106 McKenzie Fisk 226 R. C. Fulwiler 36 Geoffrey Harris 43 Kate Harrold 205 Dewey James 202 Alex Lanier 118 Richard (Rick) Lorenz, T’Louise Willis-Lorenz 229 Greg Turco

DRAWING AND PASTELS

20 David Bjurstrom 239 Roxane Chardon 251 Robin Frisella, PSA-MP 194 Robin Lauersdorf 53 Clare Malloy 147 Brianna Martray 212 Lawrence Packard 2 R. Michael Wommack 16 61ST WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

154 Pam Fox 55 Hilary Hachey 3 Christiane Hampel 7 Brenna Klassen-Glanzer 197 Serena Kojimoto 72 Birgit Kupke-Peyla 153 Theresa Kwong 132 Michele LeVett 224 Claudia Melchiorre 144 J. Nielsen 11 Michel Plumail, Viviana Gil 117 Melissa Schmidt 178 Victoria Varga, Daniel Brouder 233 Francesca Vitali 148 Mary Watson, Spencer Watson 50 Shelli Wood 136 Youngjoo Yoo LEATHER 34 Steve Edgar 237 Randall Herold 199 Mychal Mitchell 61 Gayle Roche 170 Horace Thomas, Shawn Thomas 213 Alberto Toro

METAL

GLASS

165 Tom Bloyd 77 Michael Hayes 76 Amber Marshall 13 Toby McGee 223 Marlene Rose 71 David Russell 200 Richard Ryan 8 Robinson Scott 59 Douglas Sigwarth, Renee Sigwarth 119 Thomas Spake 130 Mark Sudduth

JEWELRY

183 Barbara Bayne 107 Theresa Carson 241 Ann Marie Cianciolo 215 Nichole Collins 112 Don David, Serena David

209 Andrew Carson 140 Kue King 49 Kathleen Lapso 26 Luke Proctor 31 Carroll Swayze 116 Robert Taylor 38 David Vigo 253 Robin L. Washburn MIXED MEDIA - 2D 48 Kathrine Allen 54 William Armstrong 23 Sally Austin 139 Amanda Bennett 250 Mary Bielenstein 39 Lisa Burge 127 Gaston Carrio 57 Daphne Covington 204 Michel Delgado 66 Ummarid Eitharong 155 Mary Filapek, Lou Ann Townsend


2020 EXHIBITORS 105 Benjamin Frey 10 Keith Grace 120 Debo Groover 159 Jenny Henley 169 Aaron Hequembourg 108 Stacia Hollmann 27 Rick Loudermilk 188 Michael Madzo 64 Cindy Olmes 240 Amanda Outcalt 208 Woody Patterson 227 Ronnie Phillips 249 Cameron Ritcher 60 Suzy Scarborough 193 James Whipple 177 Lynn Whipple

MIXED MEDIA - 3D

173 Su Griggs Allen 122 David Burton 129 Kina Crow 246 Chris Cumbie 111 Rachaela DiRosaria, Christopher Velasco 45 Bruce Furlin 166 Jack Hill 103 Amy Lansburg 198 Robert Matthews 69 Kipley Meyer 230 Gena Ollendieck 221 Amber Anne Palo 211 Mark Reynolds, Carol Reynolds 238 Tim Rogers, Barbara Rogers

PAINTING

220 R. L. Alexander 115 Marc Anderson 133 Stephen Bach 126 Kate Carney 56 Amy Carstensen 141 James Carter 1 Matthew Cornell 79 Rey D’Alfonso 189 Dean DiMarzo 65 Ummarid Eitharong 156 Janina Ellis 21 Leslie Emery 25 Charles Gatewood 63 Jonah Green 174 Bruce Holwerda 255 Jessica Ladd

172 Michelle Mardis 17 Bernard J. Martin 135 Melissa Mastrangelo 24 Bruce Peeso 248 Damon Pla 123 Jeff Ripple 222 Sandra Rodriguez, Emmanuel Diaz 162 Christine Schub 243 Lyn Sedlak-Ford 244 Ken Tutjamnong 191 John Whipple 12 Yu Zhou PHOTOGRAPHY 109 Melyssa Bearse 121 Kathleen Brodeur 37 Michael Bryant 201 Karin Connolly 29 William Couture 160 Richard Hilgendorff 44 Cali Hobgood 131 Nels Johnson 252 Tina Leto 41 Karen Maugans 247 Igor Menaker 242 Kristin Schillaci 22 Andrew Sovjani 236 Heidi Thamert PRINTMAKING 32 Betsy Best 150 John Costin 28 Helen Gotlib 175 Susan James, Passerina Press 6 Ronna Katz 210 Flo Kemp 181 Gillian Kemper 114 Richard James Nelson 52 Scott Olson 158 Leslie Peebles 231 Stephen Sebastian 15 Marina Terauds 228 Kreg Yingst

SCULPTURE

195 Domenico Belli 14 David Bryce 46 Larry Fox 254 Amy Lennard Gmelin 152 Charles Hazelaar 142 Julie Latayan

51 Rebecca Lowery 182 Vadim Malkin 134 Trent Manning 157 Nnamdi Okonkwo 102 Steven Olszewski 110 Charles Strain 113 Thomas Wargin 192 John Whipple 234 Kimberly Willcox, Kevin Nordhausen

WATERCOLOR

196 Haosi Chen 138 Kuei Dorman 33 Randy Eckard 168 ZL Feng 245 Robert Flowers 214 Jim Holehouse 18 Aletha Jones 180 M Kemper 164 Robbie Lee 16 Bernard Martin 163 Michael Williams 235 Russell Yerkes

WOOD

4 James Barnes 74 Mark Gardner 35 Matthew Hatala 207 Ray Jones 101 Richard Judd 149 John Mascoll 176 Niall Mathieson 216 James Pearce 67 Dennis Peterson 190 Leslie Young, Mike Browne 151 Scott Zuziak

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JUDGES Top-Notch Judges Bring International Expertise

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udges for the Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival, who come from across the country, are selected annually for their in-depth knowledge and experience in multiple art media. Last October, they reviewed digital images from all festival applicants to select the exhibiting artists. Other artists were placed on wait lists. During the festival, the three-judge panel will review each booth to determine which artists will be eligible for awards. After a booth is selected, the artist will select one piece that best represents his or her entire body of work. Winners are determined by the judges on Saturday.

Kansas City, Missouri Dahlquist learned to use a camera and darkroom around the same time she was learning to ride a bicycle and write in cursive. Originally from Fort Worth, Texas, she wrote her first artist statement as a child, in phonetic Texan, claiming for herself a life of travel and “tacking pitchers.” She has wielded a camera ever since. After spending her early career in commercial photography and film, Dahlquist revisited her childhood proclamation. Since 1998, she has shown her mixed media photography nationwide — from Miami to Seattle and just about everywhere else in between. Dahlquist has combined her wanderlust and her love of historic photographic processes with contemporary technology to create artwork that has won many awards and is found in hundreds of private and public collections. In addition to pursuing photography, Dahlquist is a facilitator for Artist Inc., a professional development program for artists. She travels nationally, speaking and conducting workshops on art-related business topics. In 2015, Dahlquist worked with the City of Kansas City and the Kansas City Economic Development Corporation to develop a microloan program for artists. She has received several prestigious grants and is cofounder and former owner of Locust Factory LLC, a collaborative studio and gallery. She is represented by Sager Braudis Gallery in Columbia, Missouri.

JOHN W. KINKADE

Loveland, Colorado Kinkade, founder and executive director of the National Sculptors’ Guild at Columbine Gallery and principal/co-owner of JK Designs, has worked with more than 200 artists and countless municipalities on 500-plus major public sculpture placements across the U.S. since 1992. “With each placement, our family grows as art truly connects,” says Kinkade. “The people I have been fortunate to work with — artists, clients, commissioners and so forth — become close friends. I am doing what I love, and hope 18 61ST WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

it shows in the designs and placements we create.” He has also consulted on numerous master plans for public and private outdoor sculpture gardens, including those in Little Rock, Arkansas; Southlake, Texas; Louisville, Colorado; Skagway, Alaska; and Cerritos, California. He was named one of the nation’s 40 Most Prominent People in the Arts by Southwest Art Magazine in 2011. In addition to traveling for installations and working with the gallery and the guild, Kinkade enjoys chairing the Annual Rotary Art Scholarship and Governor’s Art Show, among other ventures through the Rotary Club of Thompson Valley, Colorado. Interestingly, Kinkade was a practicing attorney for 20 years — from 1971 to 1991 — specializing in, among other areas, construction, probate and estate planning.

BRENT KEE YOUNG

Cleveland, Ohio Young, a glass artist and professor emeritus at the Cleveland Institute of Art, has been recognized by scores of museums, galleries, colleges and universities throughout the U.S. and Asia. In 2006, for example, the Smithsonian American Art Museum’s Renwick Gallery acquired its second piece by Young for its permanent collection. Amphora … Save, from Young’s Matrix Series, is a construction of intricate and technically complex works created by flameworking borosilicate glass rods into layers of glass webs. In 2010, Young’s work was selected for New Glass Review 31, the annual survey of contemporary glass sponsored by the Corning Museum of Glass. In 2011, he was selected as a Creative Workforce Fellow, a program supported by the Cuyahoga County Community Partnership for Arts and Culture. In 2012, his work was published in 50 Years of Studio Glass — a selection of 50 top glass artists worldwide. In 2018, numerous works in Young’s Matrix Series were acquired by the Imagine Museum of St. Petersburg (Florida). In 1990, Young was selected as head of glass at Aichi University of Education in Kariya, Japan, where he was responsible for establishing the studio, designing and implementing the curriculum, and teaching the first glass program at a national university in Japan. 

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ictor Bokas grew up against a backdrop of palm trees, beautiful beaches and sunbathers in the Florida Panhandle. Those influences surface in his paintings through vibrant colors, tropical icons and a good measure of whimsy. In 1987, life’s highway brought Bokas to Central Florida, where sun, fun and exuberant energy infused his work. In many of his pieces, Bokas pays homage to his Greek heritage. A self-described “collector of kitsch,” his studio is filled with vintage flea market finds. His collection is a source of inspiration, and items from it are often incorporated into his works. In Bokas’ paintings, grids, squares and other graphic design elements lend structure and direction. No doubt his long career as a graphic designer brings a sense of order to his hyper-imaginative settings.

Victor Bokas

The artist’s accomplishments are many, including design of a 15-by-85-foot mosaic floor (pictured above), dubbed Florida Vacation, for Orlando International Airport’s “A” Terminal. The work was installed by Italian masters of natural stone and glazed enamel. Most recently, he designed a wall installation for Orlando International Airport “C” Terminal. Bokas’ paintings are included in corporate and museum collections throughout the South. In addition, they have been displayed in numerous solo exhibitions. His career path includes nine years as senior art director for Sea World and 20 years senior art director for Tupperware. Check out his website at victorbokas.com.  20 61ST WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

ARTIST’S STATEMENT: AN ARRAY OF ELEMENTS “Springtime 2020 is a mix-media collage. I wanted to incorporate many elements that are featured at the art festival. The iconic peacock is surrounded by paint brushes, an artist’s palette, roses from the garden, stained glass, a film strip, fabric and many other elements. The ‘Winter Park-type treatment’ also features some historical landmarks, including the Langford Hotel, the Colony Theater sign, Rollins College and the Scenic Boat Tour. I hope the viewer spends time looking at and finding different elements throughout the poster.”


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LEON THEODORE SCHOOLS EXHIBIT Talented Youngsters in the Arts Spotlight

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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 art created by these talented students will astonish you. The exhibit is named in memory of Leon Theodore, an inspirational teacher, artist and former member and president of the art festival board. The student displays are located across the railroad tracks opposite the stage. This year’s panel of judges for the Schools Exhibit includes Kevin Abbott, a fine artist who specializes in mid-century New York School-inspired paintings and sculpture; Belinda Glennon, a ceramics instructor and Young Artist Program manager at the Crealdé School of Art; and Marla E, whose unique sculptural paintings are on display in shows, galleries and private collections around the world. 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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BEST OF SHOW COLLECTION Visit a Dazzling Display of Past Festival Winners

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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. The winning work was presented to the City of Winter Park as an expression of appreciation for its support and the many services provided related to the event. The purchase award amount has steadily increased over the years, and last year the purchase price increased from $10,000 to $12,000. In 1977, the city designated the Winter Park Public Library as the repository for this amazing collection, making it available for the public to enjoy. You can take a self-guided tour with the help of a brochure, which is available at the library’s research desk. It pinpoints the location in Discover the Best of Show artwork on all three floors the library of each Best of Show work. of the library. Take a self-guided tour with the help of a You can also take a virtual tour by visiting the library’s website, brochure available at the research desk located on the wppl.org. From the home page’s top menu, select the “Research” first floor. tab, then click on “Winter Park History,” then “Digital Collections,” then “Events” followed by Sidewalk Art Festival. Easier still, type this link in your browser: http://archive.wppl.org/wphistory/ bestofshow/index.html. Each February, as part of the City’s Weekend of the Arts outreach program, the library and the festival host a Best of Show guided tour. Check with the library to see when the next Best of Show event is scheduled. 

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March 2020

Dear Friends, Welcome to Winter Park. We are proud to host the 61st Winter Park Sidew Festival, a nationally ac alk Ar t claimed event. We embra ce the ar ts in our comm are honored to suppor t unity, and one of the most prestigio us ar t festivals in the co untry. During your stay in Winte r Park, we hope you find the opportunity to visit shops, restaurants, mu our many seums and cultural am enities. Our rich heritage sense of community, va , str ong st park system, diverse economic base, and be chain of lakes provide a au tifu l high quality of life to res idents, businesses and alike. We are eager to sh guests ow you why we love to ca ll Winter Park home, an you return again as our d hope guest. 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 that you have chosen to happy spend time with us and look forward to welcomi while you are enjoying the ng you 61st Winter Park Sidew alk Ar t Festival.

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Preserving Winter Park’s Unique History

his year’s Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival poster embraces historic and iconic images of Winter Park — and so does the Winter Park History Museum, whose mission is to collect, preserve, promote and research the history of the city and the surrounding areas. Part of the Winter Park Historical Association, the museum is located at 200 West New England Avenue in the north end of the historic Farmers’ Market building. Wish You Were Here: The Hotels & Motels of Winter Park, is the current exhibition. It features a 1930’s hotel lobby where wealthy winter visitors enjoyed leisurely days of socializing and entertainment. Also featured is a display on the beloved Langford Hotel (1959-2000). Among the artifacts: the original Empire Room neon sign and piano from the hotel’s lounge. Orlando Avenue (U.S.17-92) tourist cottages, boarding houses and early motels round out the accommodations explored in this exhibition. “Our town is built on the foundation of luxury hotels,” explains Susan Skolfield, executive director. “In the 1880s, Winter Park founders needed to draw well- The Winter Park History Museum’s current exhibit revisits the city’s hotels heeled tourists to invest in Winter Park. This is how our town was settled.” Wish You Were Here closes April 23. The opening night of the museum’s and motels. upcoming exhibition honoring Fred Rogers, It’s a Beautiful Day in Winter Park, is June 4 from 5 to 8 p.m. The museum is open Tuesday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Saturdays, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Admission is free. Visit wphistory. org or call 407-647-2330 for more information. 

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ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY, MARCH 20  4-4:30 p.m.: Saagar Ace  4:30-5 p.m.: O-Sky (Contemporary Teen Singer/Soloist)  5:30-6:15 p.m.: The Redcoats  7:15-8:45 p.m.: Smooth Jazz All Stars, featuring Jeff Kashiwa, Jackiem Joyner, Steve Oliver and Nicholas Cole

SATURDAY, MARCH 21  10-11 a.m.: Paint It Black (Contemporary Classical)

SUNDAY, MARCH 22  10-11:15 a.m.: Flint Blade

 11:30-Noon: The Citrus Singers Girl Scouts Chorus  12:30-1:15 p.m.: Suzuki Music Institute (Children’s Ensemble)

 11:45 a.m.-12:30 p.m.: Big Tiki & The Mai Tais  1-2 p.m.: TBA  3-4:30 p.m.: Big Band Bach

 1:45-2:30 p.m.: Geez Louise  3-4:15 p.m.: Patchouli (Modern Folk Guitar Duo)  5-6 p.m.: Will Patrick Jazz Band

Sunday’s Big Band Bach performance is brought to you by funding from the Winifred Johnson Clive Foundation

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Smooth Jazz All Stars: Quadruple the Fun

he Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival’s Friday night concert has become a jazzy local tradition, as superb players showcase their own art form on the Central Park stage. This year will be quadruple the fun, with four headline acts known collectively as the Smooth Jazz All Stars. Music gets underway at 4 p.m., with the All Stars set to take the stage at 7:15 p.m. Get there early with lawn chairs and blankets to claim a prime location. The All Stars will showcase contemporary saxophonists Jeff Kashiwa and Jackiem Joyner. They’ll be joined by Steve Oliver, a chart-topping vocalist and guitarist, and Nicholas Cole, a jazz keyboardist whose playing reflects gospel and R&B influences.

JEFF KASHIWA

A Seattle native, Kashiwa knew he was destined to become a musician after being introduced to woodwinds in junior high school. He became known as one of the most compelling young saxophonists in contemporary jazz during his first year with The Rippingtons. Kashiwa left the group in 1999 to embark on a solo career, and subsequently released nine albums under his own name. He also appeared as a guest artist with many other performers and formed his own trio, The Sax Pack, in 2004. In 2006, Kashiwa reunited with The Rippingtons for their 20th Anniversary Tour, and continues to record and perform with the group as often as his schedule will allow.

JACKIEM JOYNER

After more than 12 years as a recording artist, contemporary saxophonist, author and music producer, Joyner continues to stand out with electrifying live performances and brilliant musical productions. As a performer, Joyner has appeared in more than 30 countries and has shared stages with the likes of Angela Bofill, the late George Duke, Marcus Miller, Keiko Matsui, Donnie McClurkin, Najee, Kirk Whalum, Peter White and many others. Joyner has notched several hits on the Billboard Contemporary Jazz chart. The singles “I’m Waiting for You” (2009) and “Take Me There” (2010) reached No. 1.

STEVE OLIVER

With a career spanning more than 20 years, Oliver’s music is still heard daily on contemporary jazz radio around the world. As a first-call producer and writer for many artists in the genre, his impact continues. A former touring member of the veteran jazz group Acoustic Alchemy, Oliver has co-written and produced tracks with Grammy-winning pianist Omar Akram and many smooth jazz notables such as Brian Simpson, Paul Taylor and Tom Schuman. He has placed 13 hit singles on the Billboard Contemporary Jazz chart. His 2010 single “Fun in the Sun” held the No. 1 position for eight weeks.

NICHOLAS COLE

Cole, a native of North Carolina, began playing piano and organ in church at the age of 4. That’s why his current music seamlessly combines secular and spiritual influences. Among his favorite musicians are smooth jazz stars Brian Culbertson, Peter White and Brian Simpson as well as gospel greats Fred Hammond, Kirk Franklin, Richard Smallwood, Walter Hawkins and Yolanda Adams. “God gave me the gift to play, so naturally I write and play music that comes from a very spiritual place, as if it’s put on my heart and I’m given the opportunity to express it,” says Cole. “There’s a deep connection between jazz and gospel.” 28 61ST WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL


ENTERTAINMENT O-SKY: TALENTED TEEN SET FOR A BIG CAREER

O-Sky is a 17-year-old singer-songwriter from Orlando who has loved performing for practically her entire life. At age 8, she started taking guitar lessons, and at age 9 she started writing her first EP, which she released the following year. She has performed at a variety of venues, including the Bluebird Café in Nashville; The Broadmoor in Colorado; and B.B. King’s Blues Club and House of Blues in Orlando. O-Sky will release her first full album, Light of Night, in the coming months. When she’s not creating music, she enjoys taking improv classes at Sak Comedy Lab and creating video games. O-Sky performs Friday at 4:30 p.m.

BIG BAND BACH: IT’S CLASSICALLY COOL

In celebration of the Bach Festival Society of Winter Park’s 85th Anniversary, the organization will present the works of J.S. Bach with a Big Band vibe to Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival audiences. “If Bach were alive today, I’m convinced that he would be a jazz musician given that he was well known for his extraordinary ability to improvise,” notes Dr. John V. Sinclair, artistic airector and conductor of the Bach Festival Society. Sinclair is also chair of the Department of Music at Rollins College. The Big Band Bach program will feature several of Bach’s most-recognized melodies, including “Jesu,” “Joy of Man’s Desiring” and other selections from his cantatas. The Brandenburg orchestral suites, the “B minor Mass,” and the “Magnificat” have also been arranged for a traditional big band sound. Sinclair, along with jazz artist Chuck Archard, an artist in residence at Rollins, has worked with local musicians to develop new charts for this historic music — with a fun and fabulous twist. Big Band Bach performs Sunday at 3 p.m.

PHOTO BY KAREN LESLIE PHOTOGRAPHY (JOHN V. SINCLAIR)

Big Band Bach is the brainchild of John Sinclair (top right), conductor and artistic director of the Bach Festival Society of Winter Park, and Chuck Archard (bottom right), a celebrated jazz bassist who wrote new charts for the German master’s music.

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THANK YOU! The Board of Directors of the Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival expresses our thanks to the staff of Winter Park Magazine and its parent company, Winter Park Publishing, for their tireless efforts and financial support in the creation and publication of our beautiful Official Program over the past decade. This year’s program is truly a collectors item!

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THE FOUNDATION A Mission of Art Appreciation and Education

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he Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival Foundation is focused on supporting community appreciation of the arts, providing programs that encourage creativity in children and funding college scholarships. 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. Begun in 2008, the foundation — which is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt entity — has a conThe foundation also supports tinuing mission to enhance art appreciation, art education and community spirit. During the 2019 festival, more than 1,000 children displayed their creativity though performing arts for kids. easel painting. And the museum workshops attracted more than 500 children per day for hands-on art activities. Each year, more than 4,500 Orange County students enjoy the thrill of having their artwork showcased and judged at the Leon Theodore Schools Exhibit. The foundation received funding in 2019 from donations by 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. If you’d like to donate or find out more, please contact the foundation at P.O. Box 597, Winter Park, Florida, 32790. You may also send an email to wpsaf@wpsaf.org or call 407-644-7207. 

The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival appreciates the support and funding provided by the Joe and Sarah Galloway Foundation; it makes so many of the festival’s activities that are focused on children a reality. Programs like the museum workshops, easel painting, school exhibits, performing arts and emerging artists all give children and youth an opportunity to be creatively inspired at the festival.

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ey kids! Join the fun and create a unique piece of artwork that you can take home and share with your family and friends. The Children’s Workshop is open each day of the festival, Friday, Saturday and Sunday — and it’s free. The activities are 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, with more than 1,000 children and families participating each year. Kids get to paint a picture using the huge, outdoor easels that have been a part of the festival for 30-plus years. Easel painting hours are from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. In addition, museums and other community partners have exciting hands-on arts and crafts activities on all three days from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 

2020 PARTICIPATING MUSEUMS

Easel painting is always popular at the Children’s Workshop, with more than 1,000 children and families participating.

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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

Art & History Museums – Maitland 407-539-2181 artandhistory.org The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art 407-645-5311 morsemuseum.org

Esteamed Learning Inc. 321-430-7655 esteamedlearninginc.com

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

Orlando Math Circle 407-588-6846 orlandomathcircle.org

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

Wells’Built Museum of African American History & Culture 407-245-7535 wellsbuilt.org

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

Winter Park Public Library 407-623-3300 wppl.org

Zora Neale Hurston National Museum 800-704-1920 hurstonmuseum.org

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Celebrate Spring at the Morse

he Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art’s festivities continue throughout the months of March and April with open house events. A three-day open house, held in conjunction with the annual Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival, provides all visitors with free admission to the galleries during the festival. As is tradition, the Morse will offer free admission on Easter weekend April 10 through April 12, with live music and a tour set for Good Friday. Through April 24, the Morse presents live music from 5 to 8 p.m. during its free Friday nights. In addition to live music, these evenings include guided tours of the exhibition Louis Comfort Tiffany’s Laurelton Hall at 7 p.m. The Friday, April 17 programming also includes a family tour of selected galleries at 5:15 p.m. and a 6 p.m. art talk on the fundamentals of conservation with a free take-home art activity for participants. The Morse Museum is home to the world’s most comprehensive collection of works by American artist and designer Louis Comfort Tiffany. New exhibitions include Iridescence—A Celebration, Rare and Remarkable—Art Pottery of Louis Comfort Tiffany, and Stories from the Archives—Louis Comfort Tiffany and His Studios. Through April, museum hours are 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday and Saturday; 9:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday; and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. Regular admission is $6 for adults, $5 for seniors, $1 for students and free for children younger than 12. Admission is free from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Fridays, November through April. The museum, located at 445 North Park Avenue, 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.  At the Morse, you’ll see a collection of Tiffany glass masterpieces. Tiffany’s breathtaking daffodil window (left) is part of the museum’s collection. Among the current exhibitions (below) is Iridescence—A Celebration.

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he Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival’s Emerging Artist Program was founded in 1977 to encourage new artists to participate in the world of outdoor festivals at no cost to selectees. Emerging Artists, who are selected through the same juried process as the festival’s other participants, will have the opportunity to make sales and receive feedback from art patrons and judges. While Emerging Artists are not eligible for prizes, the exposure and the experience are invaluable. This year, three artists were selected to participate:

STEPHANIE DEGUGLIMO

Stephanie DeGuglimo

West Palm Beach DeGuglimo works with papier-mâché sculpture, a technique she has pursued for more than 50 years. Over time, she has developed and experimented with many different techniques to discover innovative ways to make papiermâché a fine craft. Most of her work has been commissioned by decorators and featured in decorator showrooms, antique shops and department store windows in Manhattan. She says that papier-mâché is a true shape shifter; from tree to paper, then paper to pulp, then pulp back to form. It’s not only strong, durable and recycled — it’s also a refined craft with endless possibilities to reinvent itself. sadeguglimo@yahoo.com • Booth Number 185

S.E. GILCHRIST

Livingston, Texas Several years ago, Gilchrist traded traditional life for a nomadic one. After selling her home and most of her belongings, she moved into a motor home and began traveling throughout North America. This desire for a minimalist life was likely born from her love of hard-edge and geometric abstraction. Artists such as Piet Mondrian, Ilya Bolotowsky, Felrath Hines, Carmen Herrera and Frederick Hammersley influenced her. Gilchrist’s creations mirror her lifestyle: Both are about simplicity and reduction. Lines and the shapes begin her work, while the interaction of colors completes it. Gilchrist, who learned the art of stitching during the first decade of her life, found it easier to apply her colors with paint or ink than thread. Still, she always returned to stitching. The meditative quality of patience required in completing these works inspires her to continue exploring this medium.

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NATALIA HUBBARD

Miami, Florida Natalia Hubbard was born in California and raised in both Miami and Long Beach. She studied at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena and graduated in 2010 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in illustration. After relocating to Miami and working as a graphic designer, the paintbrush fell by the wayside. However, on a fishing trip in the Everglades with her husband, she felt tugged between catching bass and painting the habitat. Shortly thereafter, she picked up the paintbrush again. “I love focusing on the everyday, accentuating its vibrancy by picking out its color, texture, and pattern,” Hubbard says. As for the Everglades, her goal is to let people bring its timeless beauty into the home. Natalia Hubbard

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Printmaking Sea Ranch Flowers II Helen Gotlib Dexter, Michigan

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10 AWARDS OF EXCELLENCE ($2,000)

Ummarid Eitharong, Orlando, Florida, Painting John Herbon, Saint Ignace, Michigan, Clay Richard Judd, Belleville, Wisconsin, Wood Ronna Katz, Albuquerque, New Mexico, Printmaking Claudia Melchiorre, Cape Canaveral, Florida, Jewelry Woody Patterson, Birmingham, Alabama, Mixed Media - 2D Cameron Ritcher, Richmond, Virginia, Mixed Media - 2D Suzy Scarborough, Columbia, South Carolina, Mixed Media - 2D Robinson Scott, Anoka, Minnesota, Glass Ken Tutjamnong, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Painting

20 AWARDS OF DISTINCTION ($1,000) Kathrine Allen-Coleman, Jackson, Georgia, Printmaking Gaston Carrio, Houston, Texas, Mixed Media - 2D Matthew Cornell, Orlando, Florida, Painting Mark Gardner, Saluda, North Carolina, Wood Stacia Hollmann, DeLand, Florida, Mixed Media - 2D Aletha Jones, Madison, Wisconsin, Watercolor Brenna Klassen-Glanzer, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Jewelry Birgit Kupke-Peyla, Salinas, California, Jewelry Rick Loudermilk, Austin, Texas, Mixed Media - 2D Amanda Outcalt, Norfolk, Virginia, Printmaking Shirl and Jim Parmentier, Mars Hill, North Carolina, Clay Dennis Peterson, St. Marys, Ohio, Wood Luke Proctor, Mt. Horeb, Wisconsin, Metal Melissa Schmidt, St Louis, Missouri, Jewelry Bounkhong Signavong, Secaucus, New Jersey, Fiber Cheryl Mackey Smith, Fairview, North Carolina, Clay Andrew Sovjani, Conway, Massechusetts, Photography Mark Sudduth, Cleveland Heights, Ohio, Glass Thomas Wargin, Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin, Sculpture James Whipple, Winter Park, Florida, Mixed Media - 2D

Sculpture Joyous Detour Amy Lennard Gmelin New Port Richey, Florida

MORSE MUSEUM AWARD FOR A DISTINQUISHED WORK OF ART ($2,500) Printmaking Aquatic Dress Marina Terauds North Branch, Michigan

30 AWARDS OF MERIT ($500)

Jennifer Ardolino, Homosassa, Florida, Watercolor Bert Beirne, Flowery Branch, Georgia, Painting Barry Bernstein, Marquette, Michigan, Clay Elizabeth Borowsky, Andrews, South Carolina, Clay Michael Bryant, Atlanta, Georgia, Photography Lisa Burge, Taos, New Mexico, Painting Roxane Chardon, Hollis, New Hampshire, Drawings and Pastels Sarah Collier, Wilmington, North Carolina, Mixed Media - 2D John Costin, Tampa, Florida, Printmaking Rey D’Alfonso, Greenville, South Carolina, Painting Leslie Emery, Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, Mixed Media - 2D Robert Farrell, Venice, Florida, Metal Brendan Fuller, Redmond, Washington, Clay Michael Hayes, Spruce Pine, North Carolina, Glass Charles Hazelaar, Cape Canaveral, Florida, Sculpture Aaron Hequembourg, Monticello, Georgia, Mixed Media - 2D William Kidd, Lakeland, Florida, Clay Robin Kittleson, Geneva, Illinois, Glass Heather Laurie, Denver, Colorado, Fiber Phillip Michaels, Miami, Florida, Painting Mike Nemnich, Indialantic, Florida, Printmaking J. Nielsen, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Jewelry Kyle Osvog, Jackson, Georgia, Clay Sean Parrish, Dunedin, Florida, Painting Corey Pemberton, Spruce Pine, North Carolina, Mixed Media - 2D Dahlia Popovits, Boston, Massechusetts, Fiber Steve Rogers, Ormond Beach, Florida, Watercolor Kristin Schillaci, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Photography Radim Schreiber, Fairfield, Iowa, Photography A.B. Word and B. L. Bryant, Kirby, Wyoming, Mixed Media - 2D

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

Paul Jeselskis Michigan City, Indiana email@pauljeselskis.com 73

Elizabeth Borowsky Andrews, South Carolina artbyebb@yahoo.com 68

William Kidd Lakeland, Florida claydr47@aol.com williamkiddceramics.net 78

Paveen “Beer� Chunhaswasdikul Gadsden, Alabama beerspottery@gmail.com beers-pottery.com 42

Andrew Massey Asheville, North Carolina aclaymassey@gmail.com andrewmasseyceramics.com 225

Patrick Dragon Lakeland, Florida patrick@dragonclaystudio.com 5

Kyle Osvog Jackson, Georgia kosvog@gmail.com 47

John Herbon Saint Ignace, Michigan johnherbonpottery@hotmail.com johnherbonpottery.com 40

Andrew Otis East Jordan, Michigan otispottery@gmail.com 206

Mina Heuslein Port Orange, Florida mina-pottery@bellsouth.net potterybymina.com 145

Jim Parmentier, Shirl Parmentier Mars Hill, North Carolina parmentierpottery@mac.com parmentierpottery.com 19

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GALLERY CLAY continued Jeff Pender Mooreseville, North Carolina jeff.pender@gmail.com 125

R. C. Fulwiler Lakeland, Florida rcfulwiler@gmail.com knot-not.com 226

Al Scovern Belfast, Maine ascovern@gmail.com westthirdceramics.com 161

Geoffrey Harris Lexington, South Carolina geoffreyharris@earthlink.net geoffreyaaronharris.com 36

Cheryl Mackey Smith Fairview, North Carolina cmackeysmith@me.com cmackeysmith.com 9

Kate Harrold Nashville, Tennessee kate@kateharrold.com kateharrold.com 43

Reiko Uchytil Grimes, Iowa helloimreiko@gmail.com helloimreiko.com 58

Dewey James Minneapolis, Minnesota deweyjamesstudio@gmail.com deweyjamesstudio.com 205

Lea Alboher Sonoma, Califonia leaalboher@gmail.com lalboher@gmail.com 179

Alex Lanier Miramar, Florida alexlanierart@gmail.com alexlanierart.com 202

McKenzie Fisk Beverly Hills, Califonia mckenziefiskart@gmail.com instagram.com/mckenzie_fisk_art 106

Richard (Rick) Lorenz, T’Louise Willis-Lorenz Bella Vista, Arkansas rlorenzart@aol.com lorenzfineart.com 118

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GALLERY DIGITAL ART continued Greg Turco Jefferson, Georgia greg.turco@gmail.com turcophotography.com 229

DRAWING AND PASTELS

Brianna Martray Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania bjomartray@gmail.com briannamartray.com 147

David Bjurstrom Austin, Texas dpbjurstrom@gmail.com davidbjurstrom.com 20

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

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

R. Michael Wommack Langhorne, Pennsylvania wommackstudios@comcast.net wommackstudios.com 2

Robin Frisella, PSA-MP Hampton Falls, New Hampshire robin@robinfrisella.com robinfrisella.com 251

Stephanie DeGuglimo West Palm Beach, Florida sadeguglimo@yahoo.com 185

Robin Lauersdorf Monona, Wisconsin artist@robinlauersdorf.com robinlauersdorf.com 194

S.E. Gilchrist Livingston, Texas segilchrist@outlook.com 186

Clare Malloy Chicago, Illinois clare.e.malloy@gmail.com claremalloy.com 53

Natalia Hubbard Miami, Florida gonzamonza88@gmail.com 187

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GALLERY FIBER Billie Barthelemy Pinewood, Minnesota bisonhq@paulbunyan.net birdofparadisedesigns.com 30

Selma Karaca Beacon, New York karaca.selma@gmail.com selmakaraca.com 218

Annie Bisone Milwaukee, Wisconsin hellolalo@gmail.com laloworkshop.com 203

Traci Paden Ooltewah, Tennessee traci2288@gmail.com silkbytraci.com 232

Bozenna Bogucki, Lukasz Bogucki Los Angeles, California bosart@bosart.net bosart.net 167A

Herion Park Osprey, Florida herion@herion.us herion.us 70

Heather Cohen Mocksville, North Carolina heather@uniqueartwear.com uniqueartwear.com 171

Bounkhong Signavong Secaucus, New Jersey tongbounkhong@gmail.com laodesignonline.com 75

Leah Dziewit Maple City, Michigan leahdziewit@earthlink.net 137

Mary Sly Friday Harbor, Washington danormary@gmail.com 62

Deborah Falls Belfast, Maine dvfalls@mac.com deborahfalls.com 104

GLASS

Tom Bloyd Stilwell, Kansas bloydartglass@gmail.com bloydartglass.com 165

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GALLERY GLASS continued Michael Hayes Spruce Pine, North Carolina michaelroberthayes@gmail.com 77

Robinson Scott Anoka, Minnesota rsgs@iphouse.com robinsonscott-glassstudio.com 8

Amber Marshall Spruce Pine, North Carolina ambermarshallglass@gmail.com ambermarshallglass.com 76

Douglas Sigwarth, Renee Sigwarth River Falls, Wisconsin sigwarthglass@gmail.com sigwarthglass.com 59

Toby McGee Oklahoma City, Oklahoma toby@tobymcgee.com 13

Thomas Spake Chattanooga, Tennessee thomasspake@gmail.com thomasspakestudios.com 119

Marlene Rose Clearwater, Florida marlene@marleneroseglass.com marleneroseglass.com 223

Mark Sudduth Cleveland Heights, Ohio sudduthglass@gmail.com sudduthglass.com 130

David Russell Camden, South Carolina david@russellartglass.com russellartglass.com 71

Richard Ryan Bourbonnais, Illinois vitreousmatter@yahoo.com vmglassart.com 200

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JEWELRY

Barbara Bayne Havre de Grace, Maryland baynemetal@hotmail.com barbarabayne.com 183

Theresa Carson Baltimore, Maryland theresa@theresacarson.com theresacarson.com 107


GALLERY JEWELRY continued Ann Marie Cianciolo Milwaukee, Wisconsin ann@annsjewelry.com annsjewelry.com 241

Brenna Klassen-Glanzer Minneapolis, Minnesota bkg.silver@gmail.com jewelrybybrenna.weebly.com 7

Nichole Collins Lawrence, Kansas nichole@nicholecollinsjewelry.com nicholecollinsjewelry.com 215

Serena Kojimoto Los Angeles, California skojimoto@gmail.com instagram.com/serenakojimotostudio 197

Don David, Serena David Palm Coast, Florida dondaviddesigns@yahoo.com dondaviddesigns.com 112

Birgit Kupke-Peyla Salinas, California kupkepeyla@sbcglobal.net kupkepeyla.com 72

Pam Fox Sarasota, Florida 1pamfox@gmail.com pamfoxjewelry.com 154

Theresa Kwong San Mateo, California theresa@tkmetalarts.com tkmetalarts.com 153

Hilary Hachey Baltimore, Maryland hilary.hachey@gmail.com hilaryhachey.com 55

Michele LeVett Durham, North Carolina mllevett@aol.com michelelevettdesigns.com 132

Christiane Hampel Naples, Florida christiane@hampeldesign.com hampeljewelry.com 3

Claudia Melchiorre Cape Canaveral, Florida cmdesignz@gmail.com cmdesignz.com 224

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GALLERY JEWELRY continued J. Nielsen Minneapolis, Minnesota nielsenmetals@gmail.com jaynielsenjewelry.com 144

Shelli Wood Flippin, Arkansas shelli@sawjewelrydesign.com sawjewelrydesign.com 50

Michel Plumail, Viviana Gil Lake Hopatcong, New Jersey michelvivi@hotmail.com michelplumail.com 11

Youngjoo Yoo Berrien Springs, Michigan youngjooy@gmail.com 136

Melissa Schmidt St. Louis, Missouri melissas@toast.net melissaschmidt.etsy.com 117

Steve Edgar Tallahassee, Florida edgarleather@embarqmail.com edgarleather.com 34

Victoria Varga, Daniel Brouder Cumberland Foreside, Maine info@victoriavarga.com victoriavarga.com 178

Randall Herold Davenport Center, New York klmeeker56@yahoo.com 237

Francesca Vitali Rochester, New York fruccidesign@gmail.com 233

Mychal Mitchell Austin, Texas mychal@ionahandcraftedbooks.com ionahandcraftedbooks.com 199

Mary Watson, Spencer Watson Prospect Heights, Illinois marywatsonjewelry@yahoo.com silverstonehandcrafted.com 148

Gayle Roche Watsonville, California rocheleather@earthlink.net rocheleather.com 61

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GALLERY LEATHER continued Horace Thomas, Shawn Thomas Belton, Texas thomasleathers@gmail.com thomasleatherstudio.com 170

Carroll Swayze Englewood, Florida SwayzeArt@msn.com carrollswayze.com 31

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

Robert Taylor Birmingham, Alabama coppersmithbob@att.net roberttaylormetalsmith.com 116

Andrew Carson Seattle, Washington carbett@mac.com 209

David Vigo Pensacola, Florida divgo69@yahoo.com davidvigofineart.com 38

Kue King Patterson, North Carolina corbett@kueking.com kueking.com 140

Robin L. Washburn Marion, Illinois artformyplanet@gmail.com wolfcreekstudio.com 253

Kathleen Lapso North Royalton, Ohio lapsometalworks@sbcglobal.net lapsometalworks.com 49

Kathrine Allen Jackson, Georgia kallencole@aol.com kathrineallencoleman.com 48

Luke Proctor Mount Horeb, Wisconsin lproctoriron@yahoo.com lproctorironworks.com 26

William Armstrong Richmond, Virginia will_armstrong@me.com willarmstrongart.com 54

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GALLERY MIXED MEDIA - 2D continued Sally Austin Carrollton, Georgia artistga2@gmail.com 23

Michel Delgado Chicago, Illinois delgadom44@gmail.com micheldelgado.com 204

Amanda Bennett New Orleans, Louisiana bennettartmgmt@gmail.com bennettartgallery.com 139

Ummarid Eitharong DeLand, Florida ue_thai@yahoo.com 66

Mary Bielenstein Miami, Florida m.bielenstein@gmail.com marybielenstein.fineartstudioonline.com 250

Mary Filapek, Lou Ann Townsend Concord, North Carolina mixedmedia@maryandlouann.com maryandlouann.com 155

Lisa Burge Taos, New Mexico lisarburge@gmail.com 39

Benjamin Frey Philadelphia, Pennsylvania benjaminfreyart@gmail.com benjaminfrey.com 105

Gaston Carrio Houston, Texas artbyarchitect@yahoo.com artbyarchitect.com 127

Keith Grace Greenville, South Carolina keithgrace@me.com keithgrace.com 10

Daphne Covington Smyrna, Georgia covingtonart@live.com daphnecovington.com 57

Debo Groover Tallahassee, Florida debortina@debortinastudio.com debortinastudio.com 120

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GALLERY MIXED MEDIA - 2D continued Jenny Henley Marietta, Georgia jenny@henleystudios.com henleystudios.com 159

Amanda Outcalt Norfolk, Virginia amandaoutcalt@gmail.com amandaoutcalt.com 240

Aaron Hequembourg Monticello, Georgia info@bigwhitedog.net bigwhitedog.net 169

Woody Patterson Birmingham, Alabama woodypatterson@me.com woodypatterson.com 208

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

Ronnie Phillips Lithonia, Georgia eye9397@aol.com ronphillipsart.com 227

Rick Loudermilk Austin, Texas rickloudermilkartist@gmail.com rickloudermilk.com 27

Cameron Ritcher Richmond, Virginia cameronritcher@gmail.com cameronwilsonritcher.com 249

Michael Madzo Medora, North Dakota Madzoo@aol.com michaelmadzo.com 188

Suzy Scarborough Columbia, South Carolina suzyscarborough@mac.com suzyscarborough.com 60

Cindy Olmes Cincinnati, Ohio cindy@olmesgallery.com olmesgallery.com 64

James Whipple Winter Park, Florida jwhipple317@gmail.com 193

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GALLERY MIXED MEDIA - 2D continued Lynn Whipple Winter Park, Florida lynniewhip@gmail.com lynnwhipple.com Booth 177

Bruce Furlin Lake Mills, Wisconsin 19brewster52@gmail.com 45

Su Griggs Allen Sarasota, Florida finney6@verizon.net sugriggsallen.com 173

Jack Hill DeLand, Florida jackhillsculpture@gmail.com jackhillsculpture.com 166

David Burton Indialantic, Florida davidwburtonart@gmail.com davidburtonartwork.com 122

Amy Lansburg Valdosta, Georgia alansburg@hotmail.com 103

Kina Crow Allison Park, Pennsylvania kinacrow@gmail.com kinacrow.com 129

Robert Matthews Des Moines, Iowa rob@hiddenspringdesigns.com hiddenspringdesigns.com 198

Chris Cumbie Mobile, Alabama harriet@spireeffect.com facebook.com/chriscumbieart 246

Kipley Meyer Madison, Georgia kipleymeyer@bellsouth.net kipleyameyer.com 69

Rachaela DiRosaria, Christopher Velasco New Orleans, Louisiana dirosaria@yahoo.com feralfemmeart.bigcartel.com 111

Gena Ollendieck Cresco, Iowa indigostar40@hotmail.com 230

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GALLERY MIXED MEDIA - 3D continued Amber Anne Palo Sevierville, Tennessee amberanneart@yahoo.com amberannepalo.com 221

Kate Carney Orlando, Florida casacarney@aol.com katecarneyfineart.com 126

Mark Reynolds, Carol Reynolds Austin, Texas kscopes@gmail.com kaleidovisions.com 211

Amy Carstensen Tampa, Florida jackrussell6802@msn.com 56

Tim Rogers, Barbara Rogers Grand Rapids, Michigan artrangerstudio@gmail.com theartranger.com 238

James Carter Southbury, Connecticuit carterairbrush@aol.com jamescarterstudio.blogspot.com 141

R. L. Alexander Celebration, Florida r.l.alexander@me.com artbyalexander.com 220

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

Marc Anderson Elmwood, Wisconsin marcandersonillustration@gmail.com marcandersonillustration.com 115

Rey D’Alfonso Greenville, South Carolina patucha@mac.com reyalfonsostudio.com 79

Stephen Bach Orlando, Florida stephenbach1@aol.com stephenbach.com 133

Dean DiMarzo Naples, Florida dimarzos@aol.com 189

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GALLERY PAINTING continued Ummarid Eitharong DeLand, Florida ue_thai@yahoo.com 65

Jessica Ladd Cookeville, Tennessee jessica@jessicastoddart.com jessicastoddartladd.com 255

Janina Ellis Greenville, South Carolina janina@janinaellis.com janinaellis.com 156

Michelle Mardis Tarpon Springs, Florida michellemardisart@verizon.net michellemardis.com 172

Leslie Emery Sun Prairie, Wisconsin leslieemery2@aol.com 21

Bernard J. Martin Winter Park, Florida bernie.martin@gmail.com bernardmartin.com 17

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

Melissa Mastrangelo Boynton Beach, Florida horaceandmel@gmail.com 135

Jonah Green Richmond, Virginia kim@metalquilt.com jonahgreenart.com 63

Bruce Peeso Monson, Massachusetts bpeeso@comcast.net backroadsgallery2.homestead.com 24

Bruce Holwerda Spring Lake, Michigan bruceholwerda@gmail.com bruceholwerda.com 174

Damon Pla Dagsboro, Delaware pla@damonpla.com damonpla.com 248

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GALLERY PAINTING continued Jeff Ripple Tallahassee, Florida jeff@jeffrippleart.com jeffrippleart.com 123

Yu Zhou Winter Garden, Florida jeffyuzhou@hotmail.com zhouyufinearts.com 12

Sandra Rodriguez, Emmanuel Diaz Homestead, Florida sandraemmanuelstudio@gmail.com sandraemmanuelstudio.com 222

Melyssa Bearse New Smyrna Beach, Florida mimclibbon@gmail.com mbearsemedia.com 109

Christine Schub Amelia Island, Florida artistar@juno.com 162

Kathleen Brodeur Casselberry, Florida kbrodeur2004@yahoo.com kathleenbrodeurfineart.com 121

Lyn Sedlak-Ford Portland, Oregon sedlakford@mac.com sedlak-ford.com 243

Michael Bryant Atlanta, Georgia mb@michael-bryant.com michael-bryant.com 37

Ken Tutjamnong Philadelphia, Pennsylvania tutjamnong@gmail.com 244

Karin Connolly Orlando, Florida kconnolly@cfl.rr.com kcphotography.com 201

John Whipple Winter Park, Florida jxlwhipple@aol.com whippleart.wordpress.com 191

William Couture Miami, Florida william.couture@gmail.com williamcouture.com 29

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GALLERY PHOTOGRAPHY continued Richard Hilgendorff Portland, Maine rjhilgendorff@gmail.com richardgaylephotography.com 160

Kristin Schillaci Santa Fe, New Mexico kcschillaci@gmail.com kristinschillaci.com 242

Cali Hobgood Urbana, Illinois calihobgood@gmail.com photographsbycali.com 44

Andrew Sovjani Conway, Massachusetts mail@andrewsovjani.com andrewsovjani.com 22

Nels Johnson New Smyrna Beach, Florida nelsphoto@aol.com nelsjohnsonphotographer.com 131

Heidi Thamert Titusville, Florida tvillegallery@aol.com 236

Tina Leto Chicago, Illinois tina@tinaleto.com tinaleto.com 252

Betsy Best Winter Park, Florida betsybeststudio@gmail.com betsybeststudio.com 32

Karen Maugans Black Mountain, North Carolina karenmaugans@gmail.com karenmaugansgallery.com 41

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

Igor Menaker Chicago, Illinois igor@menaker.com menaker.com 247

Helen Gotlib Dexter, Michigan helengotlib@gmail.com helengotlib.com 28

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GALLERY PRINTMAKING continued Susan James, Passerina Press Brentwood, Tennessee susanvjames@gmail.com passerinapress.com 175

Leslie Peebles Gainesville, Florida printmaker50@gmail.com lesliepeebles.com 158

Ronna Katz Albuquerque, New Mexico ronnaonthewall@hotmail.com 6

Stephen Sebastian Thomasville, North Carolina etch77@northstate.net 231

Flo Kemp Setauket, New York flo@flokemp.com flokemp.com 210

Marina Terauds North Branch, Michigan maksutova@hotmail.com marinaterauds.com 15

Gillian Kemper Oklahoma City, Oklahoma gilldk@juno.com 181

Kreg Yingst Pensacola, Florida kregyingst@cox.net kregyingst.com 228

Richard James Nelson St. Paul, Minnesota richard@richardjamesnelson.com richardjamesnelson.com 114

Domenico Belli Henryville, Pennsylvania domenicometalarts@gmail.com domenicobelli.com 195

Scott Olson Chicago, Illinois kompressiongraphics@hotmail.com 52

David Bryce Great Barrington, Massachusetts flycreekstudio@gmail.com flycreekstudio.com 14

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GALLERY SCULPTURE continued Larry Fox Omena, Michigan larryfoxstudio@yahoo.com lfoxstudio.com 46

Trent Manning Winter Haven, Florida tm2art@yahoo.com trentmanningstudio.com 134

Amy Lennard Gmelin New Port Richey, Florida njoy1023@gmail.com mysterystonesculpture.com 254

Nnamdi Okonkwo Fayetteville, Georgia nnamdi@nnamdiart.com nnamdiart.com 157

Charles Hazelaar Cape Canaveral, Florida cahazelaar@gmail.com charleshazelaarstudio.com 152

Steven Olszewski Pinckney, Michigan spolszewski@gmail.com 102

Julie Latayan Longwood, Florida juliejstudio@gmail.com juliesmakingart.com 142

Charles Strain Harrisburg, Missouri charles@charlesstrain.com charlesstrain.com 110

Rebecca Lowery Bloomington, Indiana potzworth@yahoo.com rebeccalowery.com 51

Thomas Wargin Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin tomwargin@sbcglobal.net wargin.com 113

Vadim Malkin Orlando, Florida info@vadimmalkin.com vadimmalkin.com 182

John Whipple Winter Park, Florida jxlwhipple@aol.com whippleart.wordpress.com 192

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GALLERY SCULPTURE continued Kimberly Willcox, Kevin Nordhausen Gainesville, Florida kimberlywillcoxart@gmail.com kimberlywillcox.com 234

Jim Holehouse Winter Garden, Florida tropicartdesign@yahoo.com tropicartdesign.com 214

Haosi Chen Wilmington, North Carolina kevinart828@gmail.com 196

Aletha Jones Madison, Wisconsin zapp@alethajones.com alethajones.com 18

Kuei Dorman Orlando, Florida kueisart@yahoo.com kueisart.com 138

M Kemper Oklahoma City, Oklahoma kemper26@hotmail.com kemperarts.webs.com 180

Randy Eckard Blue Hill, Maine artvan081@myfairpoint.net randyeckardpaintings.com 33

Robbie Lee Orlando, Florida webmaster@robbielee-illustrator.com robbielee-illustrator.com 164

ZL Feng Radford, Virginia zfeng@radford.edu zlfeng.com 168

Bernard Martin Winter Park, Florida bernie.martin@gmail.com bernardmartin.com 16

Robert Flowers Summerfield, North Carolina rflowers@triad.rr.com 245

Michael Williams Miami Beach, Florida michael@michaelwilliamsartist.com michaelwilliamsartist.com 163

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GALLERY WATERCOLOR continued Russell Yerkes Tarboro, North Carolina yerkesworks@gmail.com yerkesworks.com 235

John Mascoll Safety Harbor, Florida johnomascoll@gmail.com 149

James Barnes Woolwine, Virginia 2edbarnes4@gmail.com 4

Niall Mathieson Barnesville, Georgia nm1@peoplepc.com finalewoodart.com 176

Mark Gardner Saluda, North Carolina markgardner@rsnet.org markgardnerstudio.com 74

James Pearce Peoria, Illinois james@pearcepearce.com pearcewoodworks.com 216

Matthew Hatala Danielsville, Georgia mhatalawoodturner@gmail.com 35

Dennis Peterson St. Marys, Ohio dpeterson10@woh.rr.com dennispaulpeterson.com 67

Ray Jones Asheville, North Carolina rjwdcrafts@aol.com rayjoneswoodboxes.com 207

Leslie Young, Mike Browne Daytona Beach, Florida layoung0212@earthlink.net rustlingpalmsstudio.com 190

Richard Judd Belleville, Wisconsin richard@richardjudd.com richardjudd.com 101

Scott Zuziak Lindenhurst, Illinois carvedbyscott@gmail.com carvedbyscott.com 151

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THANK YOU, FRIENDS OF THE FESTIVAL The Alfond Inn American Holtzkraft Peggy Amos The Ancient Olive Art Systems of Florida Bach Festival Society of Winter Park, Dr. John V. Sinclair, Artistic Director Canin Associates Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art Coastline Studios, Rich Morgan Commerce National Bank & Trust Corey Alexander Crealde School of Art David Frank Designs Designers’ Press Drive Shack - Orlando Edward Financial Services Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation Fannie Hillman & Associates FreshPoint George’s Gourmet Cookies and Catering Gita Robot

The Glass Knife Hudson Security Systems Alexandria Hudson Intel The Joe & Sarah Galloway Foundation LeafFilter The Mayflower Retirement Community Minuteman Press Miss Merch Nelson’s Tents & Events Nespresso Nothing Bundt Cakes Orlando Acupuncture Oviedo High School Beta Club Oz Media The Park Press PDQ Chicken Peacock Ford Perfect Printing Phil Kean Design Group Puff & Stuff of San Francisco The Pocket Program

Renewal by Andersen-Central Florida Rosen College of Hospitality Management Rotary Club of Winter Park St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church The Tea and Spice Exchange The Winter Park Boat Tour The Winter Park Chamber of Commerce The City of Winter Park UCF Burnett Honors College Vacasa Winifred Johnson Clive Foundation Winter Park Arts & Culture Alliance Winter Park Country Club Winter Park Farmers’ Market Winter Park High School Art History Club, Cathy Payne, Sponsor Winter Park Magazine Winter Park Pedestrian & Bicycle Advisory Board Winter Park Public Library Winter Park Publishing Company WUCF Zgraph

And all of our enthusiastic and dedicated Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival volunteers 61ST WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

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