ArtWalk 2011 winners announced Wednesday

After more than a week of public voting, winners for ArtWalk 2011 were announced on Wednesday afternoon. Painting First Place: Paulo Luz of Ferrysburg for "Arise' at Sandy Gentry Re-Max Second Place: Catherine McClung of Spring Lake for "Art of Fishing' at Tri-Cities Historical Museum Photography First Place: Edward Post of Grand Haven for "Blueberries in the Snow' at Tri-Cities Historical Museum Second Place: Jeff Brinn of Grand Haven for "The Beauty of Decay' at Tri-Cities Historical Museum
Alex Doty
Oct 6, 2011

 

Sculpture
First Place: Christine Hornby of Grand Haven for “The Three Sisters: Lead, Arsenic and Uranium” at R.K. Jewelers
Second Place: Terry Kipling of Spring Lake for “Red Breasted Merganser and Chicks” at The Paper Place

Drawing/Mixed Media
First Place: Jennifer Leah Jones of Grand Haven for “Grand Haven Architecture Series” at Tri-Cities Historical Museum
Second Place: Krystal Gardner of Muskegon for “Sharpie Girl” at Odd Side Ales

Along with public voting, a group of professional artists, DDA members and the ArtWalk chairperson also voted and will award $500 each to the following winners of the "juried competition":

Bob Gulley of Manhattan, NY, for his sculpture "Quietly Making Waves" displayed at The Grand and Charlie Rhodes of Grand Rapids for his painting "El Matador" displayed at Tri-Cities Historical Museum.

Grand Haven ArtWalk is also extending a "purchased piece award" to Chip VanderWier of Muskegon for his sculpture "Wind Indicator with Red Fan" displayed at the waterfront behind the Chamber of Commerce building. ArtWalk will acquire the sculpture and plans to dedicate it to the city of Grand Haven at a future date.

See a complete wrap-up of ArtWalk 2011 voting results in Thursday's Grand Haven Tribune.

 

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