Carol Egan with Namaste’
looking at Lux Voces #6384 (Light of the Words #6384) by Deborah Conti
checking out the hands on assemblage area
Frits van Eeden comes to the opening
Nellie Brannan with Going Wherever it Leads
Jeanne Painter Johnson with Three for Jack
Marti Meyer with Owl & the Pussycat
Reality of X…A Struggle to Hear, See, Speak and Express Oneself, Betsy Heath
Don’t Fence Me In (back) Helen Wheatley
Catbird and Robin, Vicki Busby
Spring Fling, Stephen Lomazzo
upper: Going Wherever It Leads, Nellie Brannan lower: Riff On Squares, Linda Brandt
The Unreality Show, Tom Busby
Timothy Looks for His Antlers, Jody Carter
Last Friday, May 6th was the opening date and reception for Lost & Found. 25 artists started with a unique “kit” and using a portion of every item, created a work of art. Wow, we really have some “outside of the box” artists here in Brevard County. So many wonderful pieces were unveiled at the opening… and the creative energy was very invigorating!
We were originally going to present 2 awards… one for Creativity, and the other for Most Unified Use of Materials. Our judge, graphic designer, photographer, painter and past member of the gallery, Suzanne Clements was very impressed with all the finished artworks and donated additional funds to create more awards. A BIG thanks to Suzanne for her amazing support as our judge and patron.
1st Place Creativity $100: Betsy Heath, Reality of X…A Struggle to Hear, See, Speak and Express Oneself
2nd Place Creativity $50: Helen Wheatley, Don’t Fence Me In
3rd Place Creativity $25 gallery gift certificate: Deborah Conti, Lux Voces #6384
(Light of the Words #6384)
1st Place Most Unified Use of Materials, $100: Jody Carter, Timothy looks for his Antlers
2nd Place Most Unified Use of Materials, $50: Lori Pitten Jenkins, Circus Daze
3rd Place Most Unified Use of Materials, $25 gallery gift certificate: Vicki Busby, Catbird and Robin.
We had 3 Honorable Mentions.
For “Biggest Chuckle”, Dij Pacarro, The Mountain of Too Much
Best Hidden Materials in a Wonderful Artwork:
Carol Egan, Namaste’
Nellie Brannan, Going Wherever it Leads
Thanks to all the wonderful artists who participated and took the challenge! There are so many wonderful pieces in the show… come by the gallery and see them, buy one or two…get inspired!