Clayton’s 18th annual Art Faire competition September 7th 2016…
** 2016 Art Faire Registration Is CLOSED! Thank You ALL Participants **
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Just a recap… eleven awards totaling $2,100 were presented in two categories — fine arts (all 2-D media) and photography.
- Artwork was displayed Sept. 7 – Oct. 3, 2016, Clayton Center lobby
- A free reception was provided to announce winners and honor entrants held on Thursday, Sept. 8, from 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
2016 Art Faire Entry List
|Lisa Bailey||Clayton||Going For The Gold||Watercolor||16x20 (not framed)||$339.00|
|Susan Bailey||Raleigh||Peggy's Cove||Photography||16x20||$175.00|
|Jacqueline Balog||Willow Spring||Morning Serenity||Mixed||16x20||$425.00|
|Christer Berg||Raleigh||William Ivy||Photography||28x42||$900.00|
|Amy T. Beshgetoorian||Clayton||Tumbledown Charm||Watercolor||22x18 (framed)||$265.00|
|Barbara Bonczek||Clayton||Revelation||Colored Pencil&Oil Pastel||11x14||NFS|
|Susan Brabeau||Wendell||Family Garden||Oil on Linen||22x28||$3,700.00|
|Lizzie Branch||Clayton||Cherry Blossom Explosion||Acrylics on Stretched Canvas||18x32||$300.00|
|Deborah Phillips Coates||Clayton||Nature's Flames||Digital Photography||16x20 (framed)||$200.00|
|Maleah Christie||Clayton||One Good Reason||Mixed Media on Canvas||20x16||$340.00|
|Krissy Crittenden||Clayton||Silent Endurance||Watercolor||23x29 (framed)||$375.00|
|James DeCresie||Clayton||The Red Door||Oil||24x24||$300.00|
|Mary Doherty||Raleigh||3 Nests||Photography||16x20 (framed)||$250.00|
|Catherine L. Donleycott||Clayton||Coastal Fantasies||Watercolor||26x35 (framed)||$450.00|
|Frank Dziepak||Clayton||Light to the Sky||Photography||16x20||$150.00|
|John W. Farr IV||Clayton||Cajun||Oil on Canvas||25x29||NFS|
|Haywood Fellows||Clayton||Spiritual||Colored Pencil||11x14||$100.00|
|L. T. Fellows||Clayton||Sea Creatures||Colored Pencil||10x13||$100.00|
|Dan Godlewski||Clayton||Finding Camp Before Dusk||Oil||24x36||$850.00|
|Barbara Haley||Smithfield||Cayuga Sunset||Photography||36x24||$199.00|
|Phyllis Harvey||Clayton||Girl on Bridge||Acrylic||30x40||$395.00|
|Jeff Horton||Clayton||Long's Peak||HDR Photography||20x30||$399.00|
|Carolyn Howard||Clayton||Poetry of Trees||Collage/Charcoal||24x36||$700.00|
|Jill Hunt||Clayton||Beneath the Surface||Acrylic||20x20||$550.00|
|Jeanne Beury Kendall||Clayton||Night Owl Returns||Acrylic||18x24||$895.00|
|Paul Kristoff||Apex||First Light||Photography||20x28 (framed)||$200.00|
|David D. Lennon||Clayton||Changing Seasons at Cattail Mill||Acrylic||18x24||$1,250.00|
|Andrew Levengood||Clayton||Grand Central Station/NYC||Photography||16x24||$300.00|
|Ronald Lunn||Benson||Red Sunset||Oil on Canvas||16x20||$250.00|
|Kathleen A. Maxson||Garner||White Irises||Watercolor||16x20||$175.00|
|Cheryl McCardle||Clayton||A Walk in the Park||Acrylic||40x30||$1,500.00|
|Cathy Spivey Mendola||Clayton||12 Months of Buddha||Beaded Fiber Art Wall Hanging||27x36||NFS|
|Alan Mintz||Turkey||Roan Mountain||Oil||16x20||$900.00|
|Gerry Jo Morgan||Benson||Osumare||Digital Painting||10x10 (12x12 framed)||$60.00|
|M. Christine Morris||Raleigh||Firestorm||Mixed Media||20x30x1||$445.00|
|Michael T. Morrison||Clayton||Hay Day||Photography||15x22||$245.00|
|Medrith Nuttle||Zebulon||Rise Up||Acrylic||20x28||$650.00|
|Heidi-Lee Peach||Clayton||My Lil 3 Cowies||Acrylic||24x30||$900.00|
|Juan Manuel Perez||Angier||Manipulations||Acrylic on Canvas||18x24 (unframed)||$1,000.00|
|Janie Prete||Clayton||Tree at Old Seneca||Mixed Media||25x28||$400.00|
|Madison Railton||Willow Spring||Elevated||Photography||7x30||$75.00|
|Reneaue Railton||Willow Spring||Cruisin' Cuba||Oil on Canvas||18x24||$150.00|
|Chris Roberts||Clayton||Buffalo Road 2.0||Pen & Ink||18x24 (unframed)||$350.00|
|Don Stephenson||Clayton||Jesse T. Ellington (1842-1910)||Watercolor||18x24||$300.00|
|Mike Stojic||Clayton||Insecta Lepidoptera||Mixed Media (acrylic/lace)||9x12||$120.00|
|Jo Lee Tucker||Four Oaks||E Pluribus Unum||Mixed||24x20||$300.00|
|Kyle Wilson||Clayton||Eagle Rock House at Sunset||Photographic Print on Aluminum||20x30||$425.00|
|Susan Yamakawa||Clayton||Birch in the Fall||Acrylic||12x16||$75.00|
Trained in the areas of sculpture, drawing, and photography, Gérard Lange’s artwork is as diverse as his background.
Lange worked professionally as a photographer before attending graduate school at Tulane University in New Orleans. After receiving his M.F.A., Lange taught at Northern Michigan University before coming to Barton College.
Although he is a professor of photography, Lange works in whatever media he sees fit for a particular project. Most often he alternates between traditional media and photography, sometimes coupled with digital imaging. He also delves into book arts and sculpture. Lange has had numerous exhibitions nationally and internationally, and his work has been featured in a variety of publications and journals. Additionally, Lange has delivered numerous lectures on his work and the history of photography.
He is represented by galleries in New Orleans, New York, and London; and his work is held in several notable public and private collections.
Visit Gérard Lange’s website here!
Joseph DiGiulio is a professional abstract painter and cancer survivor from Raleigh, NC. He works for Jerry’s Artarama.
He offers free online art lessons and produced severalDVD’s that highlight his teaching skills in abstract painting and product usage. He has traveled abroad to help develop acrylic paint lines from Australia to the South of France.
He attended East Carolina University’s School of Art in the mid 1970s. Afterwards DiGiulio worked in the textile screen printing industry until the early 1990’s. He is presently on the Merchandising Advisory Board for East Carolina University.His work can be seen at the Raleigh Duke Hospital and PNC Plaza building in downtown Raleigh, NC, as well as RDU International airport.
His latest works are large abstract paintings that reflect his use of color, line, shape and texture. His art takes on the expression of color and dynamics that capture the success of his cancer recovery and the essence of his travels.
Visit Joseph DiGiulio website here!
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