2021 Spring  Awards



May 8, 2021 Reception and Awards presented 6:00pm to 7:30pm
Judge: Jan Harrell
149 entries, 105 accepted

Best of Show:
Works on Canvas/Panel, Oil          
Leroy LeFlore, The Seawall

Works in 3D:
10 entries, 6 accepted
First: Frank Eader, Segmented Turned Bowl
 Second: Eric Moorehead, Opened Up
Honorable Mention: 
Nancy House, Garden Flower
Jennifer De Ranieri, HEART-ly
Considered Heart

Works on Paper:
27 Entries, 19 accepted
First: Gay Paratore, Fisherman’s Friend
Second: Annika Farmer, Boris in Paradise
Honorable Mention: 
Joyce Buffalo, Springtime in France
Fontaine Jacobs, Natura
Karen Lehr, Galveston Evening Glow
Karen Lehr, I Love the Beach
Mardi Mitchell, Yellow Rose

Digital Art
7 Entries, 7 Accepted
First: Rebecah Thompson, Fish Toast!
Second: Gayle Pendergrass, Shattered
Honorable Mention:
Rebecah Thompson, I’ve Got my Eye on You


Works on Canvas or Panel
46 Entries, 26 accepted
First: Kathy Hammond, Waiting on High Tide
Second:  
Peggy Kingsbury, Venice Flowers
Honorable Mentions: 

Jerry Bachman, Eye of the Beholder
Kyungsoon Chung, Reddish Egret
Annika Farmer, I Spy Rum and Coke
Annika Farmer, Freckles
Don Henderson, 2035, Imaging Zero Fossil Fuels
Peggy Kingsbury, Serving

Works in Mixed Media Wall Hung:
14 entries, 10 accepted
First: Jackie Liddell, Renewal
Second: Anita McCormick, Life Cycle
Honorable Mentions: Ruby E. Allen, Invitation to the World
Lois Morton, Color Blind


 Photography:
45 entries, 37 accepted
First: Larry Parks, Carousel
Second: Leah Garcia-Blanco, Breakfast           
Honorable Mention:  
Julie Chapa, Pleasure Pier Beach
Peter Bowman, I’m Working for You
Lynne Hughes, Classic Portrait
Lynne Hughes, Perfect Pelican
Leah Garcia-Blanco, Dancing
David Mortenson, A River Runs Through It #1


Judge: Jan Harrell

Jan Harrell is a metalsmith, enamellist, and educator with over 29 years of energetic teaching at the Glassell School of Art. Her love for the glass / metal medium was fueled by her early childhood years in Japan and then grew into her college and grad school vocation and passion.
Jan teaches workshops across the country and participates in invitational and juried exhibitions. Her work is in the IAH permanent collection, the Kamm Teapot Collection, The Enamel Arts Foundation, and several private collections. Her work is in over 15 books and publications.
Jan received her BFA from Texas Tech University and her MFA in Sculpture from the University of Houston.https://www.janharrell.com/about


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