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|A Time to Change: Kimberly Eiss
Arts on the Square, 52 Public Square, Watertown NY.
The North Country Arts Council cordially invites you to the
opening for A Time to Change: Kimberly Eiss
Opening: Friday Oct 2nd, 6pm-9pm
Exhibit Dates: September 30th to Nov 21st.
From the artist, Kimberly Eiss:
"A time to change." This year has been a time of change.
Changes in my life and Art. When I first began my Mixed
Media art, it came while pursuing an interior design
degree. Nick Tedisco was one of my instructors who
pushed me to dig deeper and inspired me to develop this
new style of art for me.
Stephanie Arney is an abstract artist whose work originally
began in realism. Her work stems from her experiences as a
person with significant hearing loss and seek to depict this
unique relationship with sound. Stephanie’s educational
pursuits include a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Drawing
and Painting from SUNY Oswego. Her artwork has also
been exhibited widely throughout the state and featured in
The North Country Arts Council presents the
67th Annual Fall Art Show results.
190 Works on display until Nov 21st, open daily from
9am to 6pm at the Dulles State Office Building, 317
Washington St., Watertown NY.
The work was judged by Sara Lynch, ceramic and
mixed media artist from Potsdam NY., Cory Card,
Curator and Director of Visual Arts Programming at
View Arts Center, Old Forge NY., Scott Ouderkirk,
stained glass artist, author and teacher from
Awards were given in 8 categories, including Best of
Show and Emerging Artist:
Catherine Common Johnson Award of Excellence
“Best of Show”, sponsored by The Watertown Daily
Ed Williams, Remsen NY, “Two Loons”, Digital
Emerging Artist, sponsored by The Cape Vincent Arts
Julie Melanson, Watertown NY, for the body of her
work in Acrylic painting.
Sherman Ward Memorial Award, 1st: Cheryl
Simeone, Three Mile Bay, “Birch Reflections”, Acrylic
2nd: Marion Bradish, Winthrop, “Jack”, Acrylic
3rd: Aaron Horeth, Syracuse, “Calm Uncertainty”,
Honorable Mention: Cecilia Thompson, Alexandria
Bay, “Winter Wonderland”, Watercolor
Derek Burns Memorial Award, 1st: Sarah Walsemann,
Carthage, “Stream of Light”
2nd: Dawn Ogrodnik, Harrisville, “Reflections of
3rd: Tom Murray, Brownville, “Chateaugay Sky”
Honorable Mention: Kris Marsala, Watertown, “Route 3
R. Paul Saphier Memorial Award 1st: Claire Ellsworth,
Watertown, “Golden Eagle”, Charcoal
2nd: Claire Ellsworth, Watertown, “King of Flowers”,
3rd: Lucinda Barbour, Watertown, “Deer Portrait”,
Honorable Mention: Martha Aschmann, Adams, “Out
of the Woods”, Charcoal
1st: John Elwood Cook, Wellesley Island, “Radio Grande”, Relief Sculpture
2nd: Art of Fire, Gaithersburg, MD “Wig Wag”, Art Glass
3rd: Henley, Dexter, “Hockey Shot”, Wooden Sculpture
Honorable Mention: David Soderquist, Watertown, “Rail Yard”, wood
1st: Kari Zelson Robertson, Black River, “Folded Bowl”, Ceramic
2nd: Cathie Ellsworth, Watertown, “Clytie Emerges”, Ceramic
3rd: Kari Zelson Robertson, Black River, “Cut Out Vase”, Raku Clay
Honorable Mention: Michelle Chaffee, Watertown, “Summer Pitcher”,
1st: Rollin V Hanson, Cape Vincent, “Cray Fish Five”, Assemblage
2nd: Joan Applebaum, N. Syracuse, “Frozen River” Collage
3rd: John Elwood Cook, Wellesley Island, “Photographic Evidence”,
Honorable Mention: Kimberly Eiss, Watertown, “Fall Colors at Chaumont
Pond”, Collage, Fiber Art.
1st: Lisa Nortz, Croghan, “Sterling Silver Feather Necklace”
2nd: Lisa Nortz, Croghan, “Sterling Silver, Dichroic/Reticulated Sheet
3rd: Tonya Murdie, “Ceramic Barrel Fire Necklace”
1st: Ed Williams, Remsen, “Common Loon 6”, Digital Art/Photography
2nd: Tom Murray, Brownville, “Dublin Doors”, Digital Art/Photography
3rd: Hope Marshall, Clayton, “4 Seasons of Moon” Digital Art/Photography
Honorable Mention: Suzan McDermott, Canton, “Star Gazer”, Digital
An exhibit of the art show winners will be on display at Arts on the Square,
52 Public Square, Nov 25th thru Jan 9th, 2016. For information www.nnyart.