SCF Art Student Exhibition Winners Named
(Bradenton, Fla. May 6, 2011) —State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota (SCF) fine and performing arts department has announced winners of the 2011 SCF Student Art Exhibition.
SCF Bradenton students Dianne Vona won Best in Show and Tom Moser received the SCF President’s Award. Winners in the graphic design category were Amy Hoffarth, “I Had an Idea,” first place; Darcel Tinner, “Gears of War Lancer,” second place; and Emily Berno, “Sustainable Planet,” third place. Merit Award winners in graphic design were Kurvin Dickson, “Hummingbird,” and Sam Wiley, “Inalienable Rights Stamp Design.”
Photography winners included Devin Lemke, “Cosmic Powers,” first place; Robert Clarke Harris, “Suspension,” second place; and Stephanie Peacock, “Lines,” third place. Merit Award winners in photography were Keri Poinsett, “Don’t Look Down,” and Brittany Fabry, “Holly – The Day After.”
Two dimensional design winners were Jeffery Hansen, “Vultures,” first place; Danielle Janney, “Paranoid,” second place; Katherine Smith, “Space Dust,” third place. Merit Award winners in two-dimensional design were Delinda Webb, “Angel,” and Victor D’Andrea, “Transitional Phase with Transformational Traces.”
Students who won three-dimensional design awards were Donovan Hettich, “Trois,” first place; Nhac Nguyen, “Journey,” second place; and Rebecca Warner, “Blowing in the Wind,” third place. Merit award winners for three-dimensional design were Frank Ferrante, “Siren,” Katherine Goin, “From the Inside Out,” Kari Poinsett, “Two Face,” and Zach Stroup, “One Love for Another.”
Danielle Janney from SCF Bradenton will receive a $1,000 Florida Water Color Society Scholarship at the annual FWCS Awards Gala. She was recognized with other SCF art students at 2011 Honors Convocation.
SCF Art Student Exhibition winners at SCF Venice were Kerstyn Hearth, graphic design, Jonathan Barratt, two-dimensional design; and Tiffany Apostolou, three-dimensional design. Wendy Felix received the Peter and Mary Lou Vogt for Excellence in Studio Art.
Top winners of the SCF Art Student Exhibition were recognized at SCF’s 2011
Honors Convocation on Friday, April 29. SCF Bradenton students Tom Moser,
SCF President’s Award, Devin Lemke, first place, photography; Joe Loccisano,
SCF Fine Art Gallery manager; and Jeffrey Hansen, first place, three-dimensional
Mary Louise Ringers, president of the Florida Watercolor Society with SCF
Bradenton student Danielle Janney, recipient of the 2011 Florida Watercolor
Society scholarship for $1,000.
Andrew Webster, SCF fine and performing arts department chair with SCF Venice
first-place winners Kerstyn Hearth, graphic design; Jonathan Barratt,
two-dimensional design; Tiffany Apostolou, three-dimensional design;
and Jack Crocker, SCF vice president of academic quality and success.
Andrew Webster, SCF fine and performing arts department chair, Darlene
Wedler-Johnson, SCF Venice provost, Wendy Felix, recipient of the Peter & Mary
Lou Vogt for Excellence in Studio Art Award, and Dr. Jack Crocker,
SCF vice president of academic quality and success.