Paint Annapolis 2018 Winners

After a week of both working and playing, the artists have all finished their incredible pieces and it’s time for accolades! After much thoughtful deliberation from both, Juror Richard Niewerth made the selections for our Nocturne awards and Juror Al Gury made the final overall awards decisions.

We would like to thank all the artists, sponsors, and volunteers for their time and participation – without you, Paint Annapolis would not be possible! A particularly hearty ‘THANK YOU!!!’  to our presenting sponsor, Annapolis Subaru, for their incredible support.

And of course, the fun isn’t over – while at tonight’s wonderful awards reception many pieces are finding new homes, there are still plenty of masterful works still available. Make sure that you come in to see us Saturday from 11am-5pm and Sunday from 11am-4pm to take home your favorite piece!

Plus – for the first time you can see – and purchase all of the Paint Annapolis pieces in our state-of-the-art online gallery. Pick your favorites!

 

Nocturne Awards

Public Artists:

Three Juror’s Choice Awards  were presented to:

Jane Knighton
Stacey Sass
Beth-Ann Williams

 

Juried Artists:

Three Juror’s Choice Awards  were presented to:

David Diaz
Ronaldo Dorado
Cynthia Rosen

Best in Show was awarded to:

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Lon Brauer for In for the Night, oil 17×14

 

Overall Award Winners

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Annapolis Gallery Association Award – Craig Reynolds, body of work, Pictured: “Off Old Sudley Road”

 

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Ardis Diaz Memorial Award for Best Use of Light- Georganna Lenssen for Little White House, oil 8×8
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Best Painting of the Naval Academy – Stewart White for Naval Academy Building, watercolor 13×10 
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Best of Anne Arundel County Award – Marilyn Rose for Feeling the Magic, watercolor 11X15

 

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Third Place – Ken Karlic for Restoration, watercolor 30×27

 

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Second Place – Maria Marino for Morning of Black Creek, Eastport, pastel 29×17

 

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First Place – Lon Brauer for Parking Lot, oil 20×16

One thought on “Paint Annapolis 2018: Nocturne and Overall Award Winners

  1. Congratulations to Lon for 1st Place and Best in Show! Awesome and beautiful paintings! Really captured the moment.

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