One man’s trash is another artist’s fish sculpture. Anything constructed of one or more found objects was eligible for this nationally juried exhibition. Come see these 57 works of art from 38 artists chosen by juror Jim Condron, Adjunct Professor of Art at Maryland Institute College of Art and Towson University, at Circle Gallery through July 24th.

Read on to see who won Honorable Mentions and Juror’s Choice for this show! Check out the whole show here.

Honorable Mention Awards

Natalie Ogilvie, Look at Me, mixed media (wood burning/carving, collage, found objects)

Andrew Wohl, Network, galvanized wire fence

Marc Zaref, Enso, formed and welded steel objects, enamel

Malka Kutnick, Crawling, soft sculpture, repurposed cloth

Linda Popp, You’re as Beautiful as You Feel, found object assemblage sculpture

Juror’s Choice Awards

Jeff Bohlander, After the Harvest: Led Home, mixed media: collage, found objects, acrylic, latex, photo transfers, oil stick, cotton, tongue oil, graphite, old hymnal book, studio rag on found metal rod, string, dried vegetation on canvas

Jason Lyons, Brook Trout, found object

Sue Moerder, Death’s Head Moth, mixed media

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