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Creatures of Fortune

Competition Winners

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Creatures of Fortune

First Prize Winner

Creatures of Fortune

Is a juried art show to open March 3rd, 2018 that are inspired by both the natural and the unnatural world to create a menagerie both real and imagined to fill Delurk Gallery for the Winter Season to compete in Delurk Gallery's first ever art competition.


 

Artists works Selected as Semi-Finalists:

 

Axelle Keiffer

Beastiary 1  

Beastiary 2

Billie Justine Holmes

In Search of Cloud #8

Donell Williams

Nimbus

Hannah Litaker

Antidepressants

Harper Swindell

Momento Mori

Jennifer Wynn O’Kelly

If it had been a...

Kevin Perez

Characters

Kristen Crawford

VICE$- Un-original Sin, VICE$- Boys Club, VICE$- Abusive Power

Lauren Martin

Madalyn Wofford

 

Rachel VanHoy

Steven Emig

Winners to be announced at Gallery Hop

17 works selected from all the entries.


Finalists were confirmed at Gallery Hop:

 

Axelle Keiffer

Billie Justine Holmes

Donell Williams

Hannah Litaker

Harper Swindell

Jennifer Wynn O’Kelly

Kevin Perez

Madalyn Wofford

Rachel VanHoy

Steven Emig


First Prize:

Axelle Keiffer

Beastiary 1

Second Prize: Jennifer O'Kelly

If It had been a...

Third Prize:

Madalyn Wofford

Portrait of Cyan Self.
 Finalist ~ Rachel VanHoy

Finalist ~ Rachel VanHoy

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March : The Creatures of Fortune!

About our Juror:

David J. Brown is an independent curator and museum administrator/consultant currently residing in Winston Salem. Past positions include Director and Chief Curator, Fine Art Museum, WCU; Deputy Director of Art at the Taubman Museum of Art; Chief Curator and the HOME House Project director at the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art; Curator at the Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, and the Director of Exhibitions at the Maryland Institute, College of Art. He has served on several boards including the Washington Project for the Arts (DC), the Roanoke Public Arts Commission, and the Piedmont Environmental Alliance. Brown was a founding member of Botswana, an alternative space for emerging artists in DC and recently completed a three-year appointment on the Services to Artists committee for the annual national conferences of the College Art Association in Chicago, New York, and DC. He has curated, organized, and toured hundreds of exhibitions and community-based projects.  (for more info, visit: www.davidjbrown321.com)

Besides producing numerous exhibition catalogs and writing for a variety of publications, Brown spearheaded the design and publishing of The HOME House Project: the Future of Affordable Housing currently being distributed by MIT Press, edited by Brown with essays by Brown, Michael Sorkin, Ben Nicholson, and Steve Badanes.