MAX ART SHOW AT SUMMERFEST
2017 MAGNOLIA ART SHOW AT SUMMERFEST
NEW SHOW AT THE NARTHEX GALLERY
Magnolia Art Experience was proud to sponsor the 2017 MAX ART SHOW, August 4–6, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. The art show featured artwork by professionals, emerging artists, teens and youth, who competed for cash awards in separate juried shows. The People's Awards were tallied on Sunday and cash prizes were awarded. Thank you Magnolia for making this the best ever art show at Summerfest!
1st Place: Damien Jurado - 'United'
Honorable Mention: James McFarlane - 'Father's Day'
People's Choice: Jason Matias - 'Solitude'
1st: Terry Richardson - 'Expecting'
Honorable Mention: Samuel Case - 'Million Miles'
People's Choice: Julie Jacobson - 'Upstream'
1st: Serena Kim - 'Growth from Adolescence'
Honorable Mention: Theodore Seaman - 'Intrusion'
People's Choice: Serena Kim - 'Growth from Adolescence'
1st: Katelyn Goodman - 'Agate'
Honorable Mention: Kate Allegro - 'Bunny Love'
People's Choice: Sydney Blue - 'Wise Owl'
1st: Tzadkiel Fronterhouse - 'Birth Trees at Sunset'
Honorable Mention: Max Glassberg - 'Read Between the Lines'
People's Choice: Tzadkiel Fronterhouse - 'Birch Trees at Sunset'
Linda Cannon ran her award winning gallery in Seattle’s Pioneer Square from 1994-2000. She currently owns Chelan Modern
Contemporary Fine Art in Lake Chelan along with her fiancé, Ian McFail. She has served on the board of COCA and was an early member of the Microsoft Art Committee. Linda is a Seattle native and 13-year resident of Magnolia.
Lloyd Herman is a leading international authority on the contemporary craft movement and is widely respected as a juror, curator, author,and television host in this subject area. He served as a founding director of the Smithsonian Institution’s Renwick Gallery from 1971until 1986 and as director of the Cartwright Gallery in Vancouver, BC, from 1988-90. His most recent projects have included the catalog essays in Josh Simpson: A Visionary Journey in Glass, and curating Pulp Function, a traveling exhibition of paper art. He lives and works in Seattle.
Shaun Doll works in painting, sculpture, mixed media and print arts.
He is the founder of Northwest Encaustic, a school specializing in
teaching multiple approaches to the encaustic arts. He has worked as a teacher at Pratt and at Northwest Encaustic. His work can be found in various private and public collections in the USA and China.