Winners of Artists Guild exhibit are announced


The winners of the Cedarburg Artists Guild’s annual juried exhibit have been announced.

The exhibit was juried by Tim Abler and Kim Abler, who selected works of art to be included in the exhibit as well as the ribbon winners.

Three blue ribbons in the two-dimensional category were awarded to Ellen Anderson for her oil painting, “Cheryl,” Patrick Doughman for his egg tempera painting, “Days Past” and Pam Eader for her acrylic painting, “Halo and Hollyhocks.”

A blue ribbon was awarded in the three-dimensional category to Kandy Gibson for her ceramic pottery bowl, “Bird in a Tree.”

Red ribbons in the two-dimensional category were awarded to Carrie Bury for her acrylic painting, “Hypnotic Illusions,” Dave Eitel for his photograph, “Remnant I” and Mary Ellen Mueller for her oil painting, “My Beekeeper.”

A red ribbon in the three-dimensional category was presented to Daniel Grunst for his wood and found object sculpture, “American Gothic II.”

Two honorable mentions were awarded, one in each of the two categories, to  Tom Darnell for his acrylic painting, “Wycliffe Street” and Joseph Mendla for his steel sculpture, “Zen Brushwork 135.”  

The Cedarburg Artists Guild is comprised of approximately 175 local artists from Ozaukee and Washington counties, of which 70 have artworks featured in the exhibit.  

The exhibit and sale at the Cedarburg Cultural Center, W62 N546 Washington Ave., runs through Sunday, Oct. 10.

The exhibit is also available for remote viewing at: through Oct. 10.  

The center is open from 11 a.m. Wednesdays through Saturdays and noon to 4 p.m. on Sundays.  



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