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Attention WSOAE Artists! Enter to win cash prizes

May 14, 2017
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Bonnie Shanas wins First Place in Sculpture at the 2017 Fall Show.

All artists exhibiting in the 2017 spring show are eligible to participate in the WSOAE Spring Awards. Categories include:

  • Best in Show
  • Acrylic/Oil/Pastel
  • Sculpture
  • Graphics
  • Photography
  • Mixed Media
  • Landscape
  • Abstract
  • Contemporary
  • Craft: Jewelry, Glass, and Fiber

Check your exhibitor packet for an entry ticket. Bring your ticket along with your work to the Salmagundi Art Club between 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. on Saturday, May 27. There is no entry fee. The Salmagundi Art Club is located at 47 Fifth Avenue at 12th Street.

Judges are WSOAE members Carole Teller and Annie Patt, and Board Member, Roger Rossi. Winners will be notified when you pick up your work between 5 p.m. and 6 p.m.

See Fall 2016 winners here.

Countdown to the 2017 Spring Show

May 13, 2017
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Each spring and fall, hundreds of visitors from around the world come to see the Washington Square Outdoor Art Exhibit.

WSOAE is entering its 87th year of showcasing works from artists throughout the world. This year, we welcome 14 new artists and crafters and welcome back 86 returning exhibitors including Ben Georgia, Linda AdatoSusan Grisell, Richard Stalter, Rochelle Weber, Giovanni Scalisi, and Mike Hirsch, just to name a few.

The show will be in its usual venue on University Place extending from Waverly Place to 12th Street along the sidewalks of University Place. The event opens on Saturday, May 27 through Memorial Day, May 29, and then again the following weekend on June 3 and 4 from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.

 

For more information, visit our website.

Remembering Bob Devito and Paul Musaracchia

August 27, 2016

WSOAE mourns the loss of two beloved artists who have been in the show for several decades.

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Paul Musaracchia was an ingenious metal sculptor who exhibited with the WSOAE for more than 50 years winning numerous awards throughout his career.

Musarracchia died on April 20, 2016 leaving an endowment with WSOAE to award sculptors for their creativity. His art is currently on display at the Brooklyn Historical Society. “Paul had many friends at the WSOAE and will be missed,” said John DiBiase, WSOAE executive director.

WSOAE also mourns the passing of mixed media Artist Bob Devito who began exhibiting with us in 1995. Devito passed away in May of this year. Devito was a New York artist and muralist. He is credited with the creation of a large mural bracing the SAS Terminal at JFK Airport, a painting on the 39th floor of the Empire State Building and several other works that were in several galleries in SoHo and Madison Avenue. Devito has won more than 80 awards for his work nationwide. He was a long-time exhibiting artist at the WSOAE.

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Bob Devito’s wood impression of a street facade, The Old Neighborhood won first place in WSOAE’s Mixed Media Category in 2014.

Spring 2016 Show Winners

June 22, 2016

Henry Buerckholtz takes home the Best in Show at the WSOAE Spring 2016.

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Congratulations to all the winners of the spring 2016 show. Photos of winning artists are now up on our website photo gallery. Click to see our Winners Circle web page.

FINE ART

Oil/Acrylics/Pastel
First: Sonia Gineva
Second: Richard Stalter
Third: Peter Salwen

Watercolor
Linda Cromer

Mixed Media
First: Tracy Barbosa
Second: David Lawrence

Graphics
First: Bernard Zalon
Second: Linda Adato
Third: John Dorish

Landscape
Steven Klein

Abstract
Reginald Fludd

Contemporary
Taliah Lempect

 

SCULPTURE

Stuart Ross

 

CRAFTS

Best in Craft
Richard Birkett

Jewelry
Teaty Pawoo

Glass
First: Dudley Vaccianna
Second
Jean Luc Comperat

Wood
Michael Manus

Fiber
Rachel Sherman

Mixed Media
Juliane Johnson

 

WSOAE Posts Video Clip

May 30, 2016

Thanks to video editor James Barrera, WSOAE now has a full library of video clips for promotional purposes. Media and press representatives interested in accessing our library should contact Rebecca Pearson at rmbpearson@gmail.com.

To preview a video sample, visit our home page or youtube link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rwcdghLR6WE

Prizes at WSOAE Spring Show 2015

May 27, 2015
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First Prize in Oils, Acrylics, Pastels: Susan Grisell, “Callas Lilies”

On the first weekend of its Spring 2015 show, the Washington Square Outdoor Art Exhibit honored 24 artists with awards in the categories of fine arts and fine crafts.

The judges for fine arts and photography included non-exhibiting artists Roger Rossi and Carole Teller; Bonnie Yousuf, WSOAE Board Member; and Alexander Katlan, conservator of oil paintings and art historian. Sculpture and fine crafts were dealt with by our veteran judge, Monona Rossol, principal of ACTSNY (Arts, Crafts and Theater Safety, NY).

Artists and crafts people brought their submissions for prize jurying to the Salmagundi Club at 47 Fifth Avenue on Saturday morning, May 23. They returned on the next day, Sunday, May 24th, to pick up their work and learn if they had won an award.

The roster of the prizewinners for the Spring Show follows. Images of the prizewinning artwork and crafts will be posted later.

 

FINE ARTS

Oils, Acrylics, Pastels
First Prize — Susan Grisell, Gaylordsville, CT — “Callas Lilies,” Oil

Second Prize — Michelle Golias, New York, NY — “River,” Oil

Third Prize — Kevin McEvoy, Islip, NY — “Demetris,” Oil

Honorable Mention — Steven Klein, Merrick, NY — “Mermaid Parade,” Acrylic

Honorable Mention — Ken Orton, Roxbury, NY — “Sons Tent,” Oil

Watercolor
First Prize —Linda B. Cromer, New York, NY –“White Peonies”

Second Prize – Michael Mendell, Bronx, NY— “In the Shadow of the Towers”

Mixed Media
First Prize — Jane Sklar, Fort Lee, NJ— “Dancers 1,” Digital photo embedded in aluminum

Second Prize — Giovanni Scalisi, Ridgewood, NY — “Lost City of Atlantis,” Plaster, sand, lime with oil colors and resins on wood

Graphics
First Prize — Joel Beckwith, Jamaica, VT – “Carry Nation” — Etching

Second Prize — Linda Adato, Brooklyn, NY — “The Cyclist,” Color etching

Photography
First Prize — Kristin Slaby, New York, NY— “Against the Wall”

Second Prize — John DiBiase, New York, NY — “Washington Square North”

Landscape Prize
Henry Buerckholtz, New York, NY — “Melancholia,” Oil

Abstract Art Prize
William Anton, New York, NY — “Honeymoon,” Acrylic

Contemporary Art Prize
Rochelle Weber, Lords Valley, PA – “Fifth Avenue” – Acrylic

Sculpture Prize
First Prize —Paul Musaracchia, Brooklyn, NY — “Cassini, Saturn and Earth,” Metal

Second Prize —Anthony Santella, Teaneck, NJ — “Transformations II,” Oak wood, hand carved

CRAFTS

Best of Show in Crafts: Miriam Kuhn, Embroidered Handbag

Best of Show in Crafts: Miriam Kuhn, Embroidered Handbag

Best of Show in Crafts
Myriam Kuhn, New York, NY — Handbag embroidered with application based on 75-year-old Japanese kimono

Jewelry
Carol-Jane Segal-Isaacson, Brooklyn, NY — “Silver Curling Ribbon,” Sterling silver bracelet

Glass/Ceramics
Dudley Vaccianna, Brooklyn, NY –  “Lady in Red Skirt,” Painted glass vase

Crafts/Fiber
First Prize — Jensen Jacobs, Brooklyn, NY— “ Beaded Destiny,” Hand-dyed silk blouse

Second Prize — Rachel Sherman, Huntingdon Valley, PA — Denim skirt with multilayer mesh appliqués

Third Prize — Jessica Hollander, Brooklyn, NY — Pillow: flowers from artist oil painting printed on fabric

 

Prizes at WSOAE Spring Show 2014

July 23, 2014
Best of Show/Jury Award: Sonia Grineva "Spring in New York

Best of Show/Jury Award: Sonia Grineva, “Spring in New York”

On the first weekend of its Spring 2014 show, The Washington Square Outdoor Art Exhibit honored 25 artists with awards in the categories of fine arts and fine crafts. The awards totaled several thousand dollars.

The judges for fine arts and photography included non-exhibiting artists Elizabeth Spencer and Robert G. Carter (a long-time faculty member at Nassau Community College), and Paul Stockschlaeder, a member of the WSOAE Board as well as that of the Salmagundi Club. Sculpture and fine crafts were juried by our veteran judge, Monona Rossol, principal of ACTSNY (Arts, Crafts and Theater Safety, NY).

Artists and crafts people brought their submissions for prize jurying to the Salmagundi Club at 47 Fifth Avenue on Saturday morning, May 24th. They returned on the next day, Sunday, May 25th, to pick up their work and learn if they had won an award.

The roster of the prizewinners for the Spring Show follows. To see images of the prizewinning artwork and crafts, click here.

FINE ARTS:

Best of Show/Jury Prize
Sonia Grineva, New York City – “Spring in New York” – Oil –  Given by Marlene Schiller as the Dorothy Schiller Bern and Albert E. Schiller Memorial Award.

Oils/Acrylics/Pastels
First Prize — Henry Buerckholtz, New York City – “Texting Figure” – Oil — Prize given by Ms. Elizabeth Forrest

Second Prize — Annie Patt, Astoria, NY — ”Keyspan” – Oil — Given as the Seymour Radow Memorial Award by Mrs. Doris P. Radow

Third Prize — Peter Salwen, Lords Valley, PA – “Sidewalk Sentinels in Early Snow” – Oil – Prize given by Mrs. Ruth Reininghaus, longtime WSOAE Exhibitor and first woman President of the Salmagundi Club

Watercolors
First Prize – Tim Gaydos, Paterson, NJ –“Veteran’s Day” —  Given as the Samuel & Laurence Ballin Award by Mrs. Natalie M. Ballin

Second Prize – Linda B. Cromer, New York City –“Compote with Apples” —  Prize given as a gift certificate by New York Central Art Supply, Inc., Mr. Stephen Steinberg, President

Mixed Media
First Prize – Robert DeVito, Richmond Hill, NY  – “The Old Neighborhood” – acrylic and oil on wood –  Given as The Stockschlaeder and Radliff Memorial Award by Mr. & Mrs. Paul Stockschlaeder

Second Prize – Giovanni Scalisi, Ridgewood, NY  – “Picasso’s Woman” – oil fresco –  Prize given as the Roslyn Gable Luftig Award by her Great Grandchildren: Ella, Lily, Samuel, Rebecca and Ethan

Graphics
First Prize – Joel Beckwith, Jamaica, VT – “Mediterranean Cafe” — Given as the Rose Parsons Memorial Award by Mrs. Doris P. Radow.

Second Prize – David Itchkawich, Portland, ME  – “Illus. From the Fable of the Contented Birds” –  Prize given as the Margaret Moulton Memorial Award by Mrs. Natalie Ballin.

Photography Prize
Paul Elson, North Bergen, NJ – “Grandson” – Given by the Salmagundi Club, Mr. Robert Pillsbury, President

Portrait Prize
Kevin McEvoy, Islip, NY – “Margaret and Quinn” – oil –  Prize given by the NYU Government and Community Affairs Office, Arlene Peralta, Community Liaison

The Landscape Prize
Joseph P. Grieco, New York City – “November” – oil –  Given as the Sam Gates Memorial Award by Ms. Thelma Gates

The Abstract Art Prize
Avner Ofer, Brooklyn, NY — “Reflecting Paris” – photograph on aluminum — Prize given by an anonymous donor in memory of Dr. Marcella Frank

The Contemporary Art Prize
Rochelle Weber, Lords Valley, PA – “The Dancers” – acrylic – Prize given by Catherine and Douglas Ruby

Sculpture
First Prize – Don McCullough, Largo, FL – “Moment of Impact” – fine pewter and resin core solder – Prize given by the Greenwich Village-Chelsea Chamber of Commerce, Ms Maria Diaz, Director

Second Prize – Philip A. Robinson, Jr., Jersey City, NJ – “Job Interview” – wood and metal – Prize given as the Joseph Sagasta Memorial Award by Ms. Leonia L. Sagasta

First Prize Crafts/Wood: Mike Manus, Hollow form with finial

CRAFTS:

Crafts/Metal
First Prize – Paul Musaracchia, Brooklyn, NY – “The Maestro” — Given as the Mollie Lebowitz Memorial Award by Dr. & Mrs. Carl F. Lebowitz

Second Prize – Louis L. Booth, New Hyde Park, NY –  “The Olde Barn” – bronze sculpted painting – Prize given Graphic Display Systems, Mr. Robert Tobias, President

Crafts/Glass
First Prize – Gabriel Lafleur, Shelburne Falls, MA – “Impressionist” – silk and glass — Prize given by On the Avenue Marketing, exhibiting for the New York Times

Second Prize – Dudley Vaccianna, Brooklyn, NY –  “Dancers” – Prize given from the WSOAE Memorial Fund

Crafts/Wood
First Prize – Michael Manus, Lynbrook, NY – Hollow form with finial – redwood, ebony – Prize given by Green Mountain Energy, Mr. Steve Rewinski, Partnership Coordinator

Second Prize – Anthony Santella, Teaneck, NJ– “Predator Overhead” – cherrywood – Prize given from the WSOAE Memorial Fund

Crafts/Mixed Media
First Prize – Richard Birkett, Otego, NY –“Time’s Up” – Prize given by GNF Marketing, Mr. James Pallitto

Second Prize – Michelle DaRin, Jamesville, NY – “Abundance Treasure Chest ” – metal, wood, bronze – Prize given from the WSOAE Memorial Fund

Prizes at WSOAE Fall Show 2013

October 14, 2013

Best of Show/Jury Award: Sonia Grineva, "Downtown Manhattan"

Best of Show/Jury Award: Sonia Grineva, “Downtown Manhattan”

On the first weekend of its Fall 2013 show, The Washington Square Outdoor Art Exhibit honored 25 artists with awards in the categories of fine arts and fine crafts. The awards totaled over four thousand dollars.

The judges for fine arts and photography included non-exhibiting artists Carol Teller and Robert G. Carter (a long-time faculty member at Nassau Community College) and Paul Stockschlaeder, a member of the WSOAE Board as well as that of the Salmagundi Club. Sculpture and fine crafts were juried by our veteran judge, Monona Rossol, principal of ACTSNY (Arts, Crafts and Theater Safety, NY).

Artists and crafts people brought their submissions for prize jurying to the Salmagundi Club at 47 Fifth Avenue on Saturday morning, August 31st. They returned on the next day, Sunday, September 1st, to pick up their work and learn if they had won an award.

The roster of the prizewinners for the Fall Show follows. To see images of the prizewinning artwork and crafts, click here.

FINE ARTS:

Best of Show/Jury Prize
Sonia Grineva, New York City – “Downtown Manhattan” – Oil —  Given by New York University, the Government & Community Affairs Office, Mr. Joseph Manoleas

Oils/Acrylics/Pastels
First Prize — Richard Stalter, Gaylordsville, CT — “Hazy Sunlight” – Oil — Given by Ms. Elizabeth Forrest

Second Prize — Steven Walker, Astoria, NY – “Cloudy Evening Skyline Summer” – Oil — Given as the Seymour Radow Memorial Award by Mrs. Doris P. Radow

Third Prize — Rochelle Weber, Lords Valley, PA – “Downtown” – Acrylic — Given as the Samuel & Laurence Ballin Award by Mrs. Natalie M. Ballin

Watercolors
First Prize – Linda B. Cromer, New York City –“Peonies” —  Prize given by The Greenwich Village Chelsea Chamber of Commerce, Mr. Tom Gray, Director

Second Prize – Meg Azzoni, New York City – “Frick Reading Room” – Given by Catherine and Douglas Ruby

Mixed Media
First Prize – Giovanni Scalisi, Ridgewood, NY  – “Blue” – Oil Fresco on Wood —  Given by The Salmagundi Club, Mr. Robert Pillsbury, President

Second Prize – Tracy Silva Barbosa, New Bedford, MA – “Silver River” – Acrylic with Silver Leaf — Prize given by The Art Students League of New York, Mr. Ira Goldberg, Director

Graphics
First Prize – Linda Adato, Brooklyn, NY – “Winter Wonder Wheel” – Color Etching — Given as The Stockschlaeder and Radliff Memorial Award by Mr. & Mrs. Paul Stockschlaeder

Second Prize – David Itchkawich, Portland, ME  – “Portuguese Point After the Storm” —  Given as The Joseph Sagasta Memorial Award by Ms. Leonia L. Sagasta

Third Prize – Annie Patt, Astoria, NY — ”East River at Night” – India Ink – Given by Mrs. Natalie M. Ballin as the Margaret Moulton Memorial Award

Photography
First Prize – Emerson Matabele, New Orleans, LA – “We Are Here to Awaken from the Illusion of our Separateness, ‘Que Se Desmoranar’ ” – Film Photo —   Given by Mrs. Doris P. Radow as The Rose Parsons Memorial Award

Second Prize — Daniel Jones, Southold, NY – “Ferry Pilings” —  Given  as The Roslyn Gable Luftig Award by Her Great Grandchildren: Ella, Lilly, Samuel, Rebecca and Ethan

The Landscape Prize
Susan Grisell, Gaylordsville, CT – “Chicken House” – Oil —  Given as the Sam Gates Memorial Award by Ms. Thelma Gates

The Abstract Art Prize
Atsuko Okamoto, Boynton Beach, FL – “Movement” – Graphics — Prize given by an anonymous donor in memory of Dr. Marcella Frank

The Contemporary Art Prize
Marcos Minuchin, Long Beach, NY – “Killing Obesity” – Photograph on Metal – Given by Graphic Display Systems of Lebanon, PA, Mr. Robert Tobias, President

Sculpture
First Prize – Anthony Santella, Teaneck, NJ – “Storm Damage” – From a Magnolia Tree Knocked Over in a Storm —  Given as the Phil Isenberg Memorial Award by Mrs. Natalie M. Ballin

Second Prize – Philip A. Robinson, Jr., Jersey City, NJ – “The Staple” – Bronze with Patina on Marble —  Prize given by John & Eloise Morehouse

CRAFTS:

First Prize Jewelry: Lisa Davin, "Avant Garde Bo Ho Bib"

First Prize Jewelry: Lisa Davin, “Avant Garde Bo Ho Bib”

Jewelry
First Prize – Lisa Davin, Hollywood, FL – “Avant Garde Bo Ho Bib” – Antique Feathers, Beads and Buttons, Lined — Given as the Mollie Lebowitz Memorial Award by Dr. & Mrs. Carl F. Lebowitz

Second Prize – Sal Sturiale, Queens Village, NY –  Untitled – Given by Ms. Marlene Schiller as the Albert Schiller Memorial Award

Third Prize – Olga B. Bacskay, Forest Hills, NY – “Dance With Me” – Leather and Silver — Given from the WSOAE Memorial Prize Fund

Crafts/Wood
Michael Manus, Lynbrook, NY – “Natural Edge Bowl” – Wood Turned – Prize Given by Green Mountain Energy, Mr. Steve Rewinski, Partnership Coordinator

Crafts/Fiber
Jensen Jacobs, Brooklyn, NY – “Silk Blouse” – Hand-Dyed and Beaded – Given from the WSOAE Memorial Prize Fund

Crafts/Mixed Media
First Prize – Richard Birkett, Otego, NY –“1902 Again” – Ansco Camera, Sears Dreadnought Roller Skate — Prize given by On the Avenue Marketing, Exhibiting for the New York Times

Second Prize – Michelle DaRin, Jamesville, NY – “Abundance” – Etched Electroform Cast Silver/Bronze – Given from the WSOAE Memorial Prize Fund

Dudley Vaccianna

March 19, 2013
Painted hand-blown glass by Dudley Vaccianna

Painted hand-blown glass by Dudley Vaccianna

DUDLEY VACCIANNA has been participating in WSOAE shows for almost 50 years. His works are in major collections around the country and in the collection of the White House in Washington DC. His Oeuvre includes oils, drawings, prints and, most notably, paintings on blown glass. In all of his work, the predominant, joyful themes are Caribbean, Latino and African. His pieces have won prizes in several of our recent shows and he will be at our upcoming Spring exhibition. Samples of his recent work are shown above and below.  mrvaccart@yahoo.com

Watercolor by D. Vaccianna: "Salsa"

Watercolor by D. Vaccianna: “Salsa”

Dudley Vaccianna's Painted Glass

Dudley Vaccianna’s Painted Glass

Fall 2012 Prizewinners

October 21, 2012

On the first weekend of its Fall 2012 show, The Washington Square Outdoor Art Exhibit honored 23 artists with awards in the categories of fine arts and fine crafts. The awards totaled several thousand dollars.

For fine arts and photography, the judges included non-exhibiting artists Mary McGlynn, and Carol Teller, and Salmagundi Club chairman, Tim Newton. Sculpture and fine crafts were juried by our veteran judge, Monona Rossol, principal of ACTSNY (Arts, Crafts and Theater Safety, NY).

Artists and crafts people brought their submissions for prize jurying to the Salmagundi Club at 47 Fifth Avenue on Saturday morning, September 3d. They returned on the next day, Sunday, September 4th, to pick up their work and learn if they had won an award.

Click here to view images of the prizewinning artwork.

The roster of the prizewinners for the Fall Show follows:

Best of Show/Jury Prize
Zhiyi Li, Enfield, CT – “Rainy” – oil-  Prize given by Ms. Elizabeth Forrest

Oils/Acrylics/Pastels
First Prize — Brent Bailer, Jamaica, NY “Midtown on a Rainy Night” -pastel-  Given as the Seymour Radow Memorial Award by Mrs. Doris P. Radow

Second Prize — Henry Buerckholtz, New York City – “Summer Evening–Broadway” -oil-  Given as the Stockschlaeder & Radliff Memorial Award by Mr. & Mrs. Paul Stockschlaeder

Third Prize — William Cantwell, Havertown, PA – “All You Need” -oil-  Given as the Samuel & Laurence Ballin Award by Mrs. Natalie M. Ballin

Watercolors
First Prize – Linda B. Cromer, New York City –“Sun Flowers” Prize given by Catherine and Douglas Ruby

Mixed Media
First Prize – Robert Carter, Dix Hills, NY  – “Roar of the Crowd”  Given as the Rose Parsons Memorial Award by Mrs. Doris P. Radow

Second Prize – Paul Elson, North Bergen, NJ. – “Laughing Monks” Prize given by John and Eloise Morehouse in memory of Mrs. Vivian H. Bell

Graphics
First Prize – Joel Beckwith, Jamaica, VT – “Behind the Big Top”  Given as the Joseph Sagasta Memorial Award by Ms. Leonia L. Sagasta

Second Prize – Linda Adato, Brooklyn, NY – “View from the Manhattan Bridge”  Given as the Albert Schiller Memorial Award by Ms. Marlene Schiller

Photography
First Prize – Daniel Jones, Southold, NY – “Architectural Abstraction #4”  Prize given by the Greenwich Village-Chelsea Chamber of Commerce by Mr. Tom Gray, Director

Second Prize — Lei Liu, Forest Hills, NY – “New York” Prize given  by the Salmagundi Club, Claudia Seymour, President

The Landscape Prize
 Sonia Grineva, New York, NY – “Washington Square Park” -oil-  Given as the Sam Gates Memorial Award by Ms. Thelma Gates

The Abstract Art Prize
Tracy Barbosa, New Bedford, MA – “Silver Flight” -mixed media-   Prize given by an anonymous donor in memory of Dr. Marcella Frank

The Contemporary Art Prize
Rochelle Weber, Lords Valley, PA – “125th Street” -acrylic- Given as the Forbes Magazine Prize by Mr. Christopher Forbes

Sculpture
First Prize – Ed Martin, Saugerties, NY -marble-   Prize funded by the WSOAE Memorial Prize Fund

Second Prize – Paul Musaracchia, Brooklyn, NY “Cat” -metal-  Prize given by The Art Students League of New York, Mr. Ira Goldberg, Director

CRAFTS

Best in Crafts, Fiber; Catherine Joseph, Hand-sewn Jacket

Best in Crafts
Catherine Joseph, Huntington, NY.  Prize given as the Mollie Lebowitz Memorial Award by Dr. & Mrs. Carl F. Lebowitz

Jewelry
First Prize – Salvatore Sturiale, Hollis Hills, NY.  Prize given as the Roslyn Gable Luftig Memorial Award by her great grandchildren, Ella, Lily, Sam and Rebecca

Second Prize – Olga B. Bacskay, Forest Hills, NY.  Prize funded by the WSOAE Memorial Prize Fund

Crafts/Glass
First Prize – Gabriel Lafleur, Shelburne Falls, MA.  Prize funded by the WSOAE Memorial Prize Fund

Second Prize – Michael Potecha, Brooklyn, NY. Prize given by the Graphic Display Systems, Mr.  Robert Tobias, President

Crafts/Wood
Michael Manus, Lynbrook, NY.  Prize given by On the Avenue Marketing, exhibiting for the New York Times

Crafts/Mixed Media
Richard Birkett, Otego, NY “Nautilus”  Prize given by Green Mountain Energy, Mr. Steve Rewinski, Partnership Coordinator