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Art show offers variety & quality
Written by DAVID DUPONT Festival Program Editor   
Saturday, 03 September 2011 07:42
File Photo: A scene from the 2010 Black Swamp Arts Festival (Photo: J.D. Pooley/Sentinel-Tribune)
While the number of artists in the art shows at the Black Swamp Arts Festival is holding steady, that doesn’t mean there isn’t change.
Linda Brown, who chairs the festival’s art show, said the 108 artists displaying in the juried show that stretches the length of Main Street will offer a number of new faces. “Even some of the returning artists are doing different things,” she said. “Even returning artists mix it up, try new styles.”
A different panel of jurors every year helps keep the show fresh. Each juror has a different aesthetic sense. This year’s jurors are Dennis Wojtkiewicz and Masako Onodera, both from Bowling Green State University’s School of Art, and Walter Zurko, from Wooster College.
The panel always includes a balance of expertise in disciplines: Onodera is a metalworker and jeweler, Wojtkiewicz, a painter, and Zurko, a sculptor.
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