|Arts festival presents art awards|
|Written by David Dupont|
|Saturday, 07 September 2013 17:12|
Chris Plummer, whose quirky humorous prints represent a youth movement on the art fair circuit, was awarded Best of Show today at the Black Swamp Arts Festival.Joining Plummer in the winner’s circle was jeweler Bonnie Blandford, who received the inaugural Best for 3-dimensional work award.
Photographer Daniel Powers received the Best for two-dimensional art. This was formerly the Bryan Painting Award.
Other winners were: Alan Sievers, glass, second place; Elaine Lamb, ceramics, third place; and Jack Pine, glass, Paula Grill, fiber, and Kirsty Jo Beber, ceramics, all honorable mention.
The Community Purchase Award was chosen by H&R Block, which was selected for its support for the festival. It purchased work by Sievers and Marge Meserve, enamel. Meserve, of Bowling Green, has exhibited in all 21 Black Swamp Arts Festivals.
The festival with youth activities, the art shows and music on three stages continues from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. tomorrow in downtown Bowling Green.
|Last Updated on Saturday, 07 September 2013 17:19|
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