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Black and White Juried Art Show on now

‘Incogneato #1 (The Lady)’ by Matthew Paul wins Best in Show

January 18, 2013
Adirondack Daily Enterprise

LAKE PLACID - The "Black and White Juried Art Show: A Showcase of Regional Artists" will be on display at the Lake Placid Center for the Arts through Feb. 17 in the Fine Arts Gallery.

Admission is free.

The winners are:

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The Black and White Juried Art Show is currently on display at the Lake Placid?Center for the Arts.
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-Best in Show: "Incogneato #1 (The Lady)" by Matthew Paul,

-First Place: "Framing for Birches" by Burdette Parks,

-Second Place: "Enjoying Life - Area 51 XOXO" by Valerie Patterson,

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-Third Place: "The Drifter" by Shawn L. Halperin,

-Fourth Place: "The Landscape as a Fallen Leaf" by Jeanne Danforth,

-Honorable Mentions: "Flow" by Nancy Brossard, "Hubris Greed" by George Dirolf, "The Day I Met Myself" by Annoel Krider, "Stony Creek Study" by Suzanne Lebeda, "Tension" by Barry Lobdell, "Waiting" by Larry Poole and "Quiet" by Linda Sweeney

The list of exhibited artists includes Jim Abendroth, Beatrice Bardin, Terry Blank, Regis Brodie, Nancy Brossard, Sharon Carey, Jessica Chevalier, Jon Chodat, Italo Clemente, Jess Collins, William Reid Colquhoun, Bill Crosby, Jeanne Danforth, George Dirolf, Mary Duk, Donna Foley, Phil Gallos, Ashley Glanda, Shawn L. Halperin, Sandra Hildreth, Carol Hochreiter, Frederick Holman, Andrea Knight, Annoel Krider, Mark Kurtz, Gary Larsen, Suzanne Lebeda, Diane Leifheit, Barry Lobdell, Burdette Parks, Valerie Patterson, Matthew Paul, Larry Poole, Noreen Sadue, Robert Scofield, Robert Segall, Olaf Soot, Eleanor Sweeney, Linda Sweeney, Caroline Thompson, Thomas H. Tracy, Jamie Whidden, Ken Wiley, Jeri Wright and Radmilla Zuman.

The juror for the show was Sam Hendren, who has been studying and writing about contemporary crafts in America for 25 years. He served as the gallery director for the LPCA from 1996 to 2000 where he was instrumental in developing the North Gallery as a space for young and emerging new artists.

He has owned and operated three galleries over the last 25 years and currently, with his wife Denise, operates Moon Tree Design, which has garnered the much coveted "Top 100 Crafts Retailer in America" award.

 
 

 

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