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Entry Form Northern Wisconsin Regional.
July 20 - September 30.  Artist Awards Reception September 11.


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The Howard Young Art Gallery
located in the Howard Young Medical Center
Proudly Presents
"Art In The Garden"

June 1 - July 20, 2015
Artists Awards Reception Thursday June 18 - 5 PM.

"Art In The Garden"  at JJ's Garden Center
a benefit for One Heart Cardiology
Tuesday July 14 - 4-8.  Tickets, $40.00,  may be purchased at:

Howard Young Auxiliary Gift Shop
located in the Howard Young Medical Center
240 Maple St.
Woodruff, WI

JJ's Garden Center
9436 Hwy J
Woodruff, WI

Howard Young Foundation.
420 Oneida St
Minocqua, WI

Minocqua Chamber of Commerce
8216 US Hight 51
Minocqua, WI.

Eagle River Chamber of Commerce
201 Railroad St
Eagle River, WI 54521

Wisconsin Craft Beers, Cellar Wines, Delicious Hor dourves, Artistic Deserts.
Artists Garden Plots
"Garden Plots" by local artists currently on view at the Howard Young Art Gallery
to be auctioned off at the "Art In The Garden"  at JJ's Garden Center Tuesday July 14, 4-8.
A benefit for One Heart Cardiology.  Tickets $40.00




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Student "Garden Plots"  on view at the Howard Young Art Gallery

to be auctioned off at the "Art In The Garden"  at JJ's Garden Center Tuesday July 14, 4-8.
A benefit for One Heart Cardiology. 
 

 

"Art In The Garden" Award Winners

Howard Young Art Gallery, located in the Howard Young Medical Center is pleased to announce the winners of the "Art In The Garden Exhibition"  Exhibition continues through July 20, 2015.

 

“Art In The Garden”

Howard Young Art Gallery

Award Winners

 

Judge James P. Machtan – Assistant Director New Visions Gallery Marshfield, WI

 

First Place - $500.00 Ron Warshall’s Garden Circle, Wood

                                                The craft was exquisite including the wood turning and wood burning.  The metal stands being varied heights allowed for each piece to work as an individual while at the same time being part of a larger group.   Each piece complimented the other while at the same time allowing the viewer to draw conclusions without just being given the answer.  

 

Second Place - $300.00 Ralph Laska’s The Last Days of M.J., Pencil

                A beautiful rendering.   Tight craft with a great composition.  The artist is obviously very deliberate in his staging of the subject to create interest between viewer and M.J.

 

Third Place - $200.00 Rosemary Ahmann’s Walk in the Woodland, encaustic

                An engaging color study of an ambiguous landscape.   I just responded to this piece on a primal level, coming away feeling optimistic after viewing the work. The scale helps make this composition accessible.

 

Honorable Mention - $50.00 each

Wayne Houston, Summer Fun, jewelry

                Clean design with wonderful detailing.  All elements work towards a successful ending.  No obvious flaws.

 

Honorable Mention -Joanne Nock Olsen, Hummers in the Garden, Watercolor

                This piece is multi-faceted, and for me tells a story.  The piece captures the expressiveness of these little birds and their fondness for flowers. 

 

Honorable Mention -John Gehl, Who Me? photograph

                Fully realized photo.  Greatly lit, good contrast with an open-endedness that is intriguing. 

 

Merit Award Ribbons:

                                                Diane Shabino, Rose Hips and Clothes Pin, watercolor

                                                Connie Warshall, Petal Pushers, fiber

                                                John Manderfield, Ivy, wood

                                                Cole Punches, Garden Chair, wood

                                                Mary Gehl, Last Bloom, acrylic

                                                Ginny Stiles, In the Woods, pen and ink