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Arts at Lakeland



Date Posted: Thursday, April 19, 2012
Topic: 2012 Visual Arts Student Winners announced at the Gallery at Lakeland, exhibit through May 3
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The Fine Arts Gallery at Lakeland has announced the winners of the 2012 Visual Arts Student exhibit. The exhibit will run through May 3. Sixty-two artists entered 213 pieces and
51 artists were accepted and showed 109 artworks in the Fine Arts Category.

The 2012 award winners include:

$300 Talent Grant Winners
Dan Pimental: Body of work: 4 Paintings
Lisa Koenig: Grouping of 2 Drawings
Annette Cappelli: Jewelry: Seafoam Wave



$150 Best in Fine Arts Award
Lucille Shissler: Jewelry: Choices

Merit Award in Drawing $75 Cash Award
Lisa Koenig: The Kid

Merit Award in Drawing $50 Cash Award
Jaclyn Rigo: Search for Clothing

Honorable Mention
Robert Hollingsworth: Bridge

Merit Award in Life Drawing $75 Cash Award
Hillary Takacs: Majestic Beauty
Leah Harper: Hoodie Not Hoodlum

Honorable Mention
Andrew Rodehorst: Bandana

Merit Award in Painting: $75 Cash Award
Brian Lemonovich: Innocence is Brilliance

Merit Award in Painting $50 Cash Award
Luke Walker: Teenagers

Honorable Mention
Carolyn J. Kosch: A Simpler Time

Merit Award in Ceramics $75 Cash Award
Emily Cimperman: Guarded

Merit Award in Ceramics $50 Cash Award
Nicole Toomey: The Persisting Memory Box

Honorable Mention
Deniece Wang: Double Wall Vase

Merit Award in Jewelry/Metals $75 Cash Award
Lucille Shissler: Reincarnation of Grandma’s Buttons

Merit Award in Jewelry/Metals $50 Cash Award
Linda Erdei: Bug Holds the Sweater Together

Honorable Mention
Emily Cimperman: Blooming

Merit Award in Sculpture $50 Cash Award
Mark Ruple: Scott Mescudi

Judges Choice Award: $50 Prizm Gift Certificate
Linda Shedlock: Drawing: Collage

Photography Category

$200 Merit Scholarship Lakeland Humanities Division
Keaton Barbian: Black and White Print
Amber Groskopf: Color Print
Scott Roth: Color Print

$200 Cash Juror's Award Lakeland Humanities Division
Michael Anne Johnson: Commercial Illustration

$100 Cash Juror's Award, Lakeland Humanities Division
Dale Antolik: Color Portrait
Tom McCauley: Black and White Portrait

$50 Cash Juror's Award, Lakeland Humanities Division
John Gelo: Black and White Print

$100 Special Mention, Dodd Camera and Video
Beckey Grasser: Historical Process

$50 Special Mention, Dodd Camera and Video
Tom McCauley, Color Portrait
Scott Roth: Color Portrait

Graphic Design Category, Talent Grants

Chad Kock $500
Chris Harrington $300
Lisa Koenig $200
Max Petro $200
Chad Daubenmire $100
Justin Kirincic $100
David Walbridge $100

About the Jurors

Catherine Butler is an internationally recognized jewelry artist who lives and works in Cleveland Heights, OH. A graduate of the Cleveland Institute of Art, Butler has run her own production studio, been an adjunct professor at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, overseen education programming at Heights Arts (Cleveland Heights), and juried a number of art fairs and exhibitions. She currently teaches art at Laurel School. Her works can be found in the collections of die Neue Sammlung Staatliches Museum fur angewandte Kunst, “Design in Pinakothek der Moderne”, Munich, Germany, the Ohio Craft Museum in Columbus, Ohio. People through the USA and the world wear her jewelry.

Stanka Kordic is an internationally recognized, and award winning professional fine artist. A graduate of the Cleveland Institute of Art, she has also worked as a commercial illustrator, and a commissioned portrait artist. Kordic’s work is included in a number of corporate collections throughout the Midwest, including Cleveland Clinic, University Hospitals and Key Bank. Her extensive private collector list spans the U.S., crossing the ocean to England and Croatia. She continues to work from life and her own source materials as she studies the figure in many different environments, integrating elements of abstraction with realism. She also serves as artist in residence at Beaumont School in Cleveland Heights.

The Fine Arts Gallery hours are Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. – 9 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

For more information, call 440-525-7029 or e-mail murbas@lakelandcc.edu.

Keyword: art gallery, arts at Lakeland

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