Endangered by Lloyd Roberts

Leopard Spotlight by Lloyd Robers

Endangered by Lloyd Roberts
Oct 6- Nov 6
Kellogg Gallery

Opening Reception Thurs, Oct 8, 5-7pm
Free and open to the public

Lloyd Roberts’ photographs bring you close to some of the world’s most beautiful creatures in some of earth’s most remote places. A leopard peers out from his resting place, a pair of polar bears frolic in the snow, a line of wild horses stampedes towards him as he prepares his shot. The work of Lloyd Roberts is showcased in Endangered, in the Kellogg Gallery. Roberts’ work will hook you at first glance, drawing you closer as you wonder at the beauty of nature and her creatures and his ability to capture and convey the emotion of the moment. While photography is Roberts’ passion, he is also an accomplished watercolor artist and bronze sculptor. All three will be on display until Nov 6.

 

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Go With The Flow

flow-FINALGo with the Flow is an open, all media, juried exhibit. Art will be displayed October 6-November 6.

Pick-up is Sat Nov 7, 9-1

 

Juror: Susan Foster

Awards

1st Place: John Bayalis Morning with Monet, Watercolor

2nd Place: Margaret Bayalis Rhapsody, Oil

3rd Place: Linda Lee Foster-Paul Moonlight On Water X, Watercolor

Merit: Lisa Swift North Jetty Light, Oil

Honorable Mentions:
Bernice Gaines In Motion, Watercolor

Roseann Haslett Snow Bear and Friends, Pastel

Jill Krasner Revisit, Watercolor & Gouache

Jean Cormier Red Tide Event, Acrylic Sea Salt Washes

Best In Jewelry: Margaret Hoyt, Art Flows Through Time, Roman Ancient Glass, Citrine, Silver

Best In 3D: Robert Doyon Totem Portal, Wood

Fine Arts Festival of Manatee County

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Sunday February 28, 2016 10-4pm

Congratulations to the winners!

Awards were given in each of the classes of entry along with a Best of Show.

Best of Show: Aileen Lampman, Jewelry

Fine Craft: 1st, Daniel MeKenna, Stained Glass. 2nd, Tom Derrough, Wood. 3rd, Mary Lou Babich, Fiber

Jewelry: 1st Deborah Barnes. 2nd, Lorri Mason. 3rd, Barbara Boyce

Painting: 1st, Dorothy Gaziano. 2nd, Kathleen Green. 3rd, B. Batchelder

Photography: 1st, Steven Nesius. 2nd, Earl Vandygriff. 3rd, Robin Rebeck

Pottery: 1st, Geoff Walsh

Sculpture: 1st, Eric Moore. 2nd, John Cheer. 3rd, Leland Williams