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23rd Annual Art in Gadsden :
A Regional Exhibition of Fine Art

November 11, 2011–January 28, 2012

Sara May Love Gallery & Zoe Golloway Exhibit Hall

The 23rd year of the Gadsden Arts Center's annual juried signature exhibition of fine art, represented 89 artists living within 200 miles of Quincy, Florida. Considered the exhibition that began Gadsden Arts, Art in Gadsden is an important annual tradition. The artwork chosen for the 2011 Art in Gadsden poster is a photograph by Gadsden County artist, Anne Draper. The photograph is titled Lost Horizon-Apalachicola, and posters is for sale in the Gadsden Arts Center Gift Shop.

The juror was internationally renowned sculptor Mark Lindquist. In 1995, the Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian Art Museum honored Lindquist by hosting his 25-year retrospective exhibition, and in 2010, Lindquist was the recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Association of Woodturners. His work has been acquired by major museums in the United States and Europe.

The 2011 award winners were:

Best in Show Award Winner
Humph by Robert DeWitt Smith
1st Place Award Winner
Barky Turntable by Joel Scilley
 

2nd Place Award Winner

Poet/Emotions are Buried in the Heavy Matter of the Body by Barbara Balzer

3rd Place Award Winner

Location, Location by William H. McKeown
 


The artists accepted into 2011 Art in Gadsden exhibition were: Susan Allen, Penny G. Anderson, Callie Avant, Inger Avant, Barbara Balzer, Jan Benicoff, Jan Bill-Walker, Ben L. Bivins, Michael Brennan, Debra Brienen, Randy Brienen, Frank Broen, Jennifer Clinard, Terrie Corbett, Virginia Coultas, Wendy Devarieux, Deborah Tinter-Dietrich, Anne Draper, Judith B. Dunn, Shirley Dyal, Judith Ehrhardt, Richard Ferrall, Fred Fisher, Marguerite Foxon, Angela Geary, Scott Geraci, Joy Green, Harold Griner, René Hanselman, Robert Hargrave, Colleen Harris, Alexander L. Hinson, Jr., Gayle Hughes, Joanne Ivey, Ann Kawamato, Kathy Ketterer, Michele Tabor Kimbrough, Evelyn Knight, Sue Ellen Knowles, Jerry Lawrence, Mary Jane Lord, Jessie Lovano-Kerr, Jennifer Lowery, René C. Lynch, David Maki, Jean Marani, Brenda Bethay Martin, Katie McFarland, Roxane McGinniss, William H. McKeown, Dawn McMillan, Kenneth Menke, Linda Menke, John Metcalfe, Yoshiko Murdick, Steve Musgrove, Stewart Nelson, Leslie Neumann, Lesley Nolan, Susan Peacock, Audrey Peaty, Linda Pelc, Donato Pietrodangelo, donalee pond-Koenig, Dawn Prietz, Kent Putnam, Jill Quadagno, Eluster Richardson, Susan Richardson, Joe Roache, John Roberge, John Rodriguez, Cheryl Sattler, David Schuhart,  Joel Scilley, Hyun Shin, Minnie Shuler, Robert DeWitt Smith, Vera Sorensen, Mary Jo Spector, Barbara Sterling, James Thigpen, Amy Ting, Russ Traver, Cassie Tucker, Linda Van Beck, Walter Wager, Kathleen Wilcox, and Harris Wiltsher. 


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