Judith Brandon wins top honors in BAYarts' 50th annual juried show

Judith Brandon's "Aftermath" – ink, dye, charcoal and pastel on paper

The subject matter of Judith Brandon's work originates from the Weather Channel, travels and experiences. Oceans, rain, mist and ice, water in all of its forms and locations are an endless source of inspiration: tides of the ocean, the power of a tsunami or hurricane, the calm of a wetland – each event and waterscape is an opportunity to explore the earth’s beauty and fragility.

Judith was chosen Best of Show by judges Susan Channing and Del Rey Leven out of more than 100 entries. Best of Show was awarded $500; cash prizes were awarded to several other artists including: James P. Hendy (first place), George Kocar (second) and Gary Schmidt (third). John W. Carlson, James March and Judy Takacs won Jury Awards. The Pat Catan award went to Gail Crum and The Red Dot Project award to Ursula Ryan.

The exhibit will be on display through October in the Sullivan Family Gallery in the Fuller House, Monday through Saturday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. or by appointment. Questions, call 440-871-6543 ask for Eileen.

Eileen Stockdale

Gallery Director of BAYarts

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Volume 4, Issue 22, Posted 7:41 PM, 10.30.2012