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Landscapes Art Exhibition – Overall Category

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The Overall Winning Artists Category consists of the 10 Best Entries received from the 2 media categories of the Painting & Other Category and the Photography & Digital Category.

All winning artists will now be featured on the Light Space & Time website for the month of  September 2013 and thereafter, the artworks and links to the artist’s websites will remain online in the Light Space & Time Archives. Congratulations to our artists who made our 3rd Annual “Landscapes” Art Exhibition so successful this month. At any time, we invite our winners and other interested visitors to link their websites to the Gallery’s archive page for further ongoing promotion.

The Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery will have “Landscapes” Award Certificates, Event Postcard, Event Catalogue and Press Releases sent to you within the next week or so. Thank you for being part of the gallery. To return to the Landscapes Art Exhibition Home Page here.

1st Place – Helen Shulman – “See Escapes”

Helen Shulman has been a high school math teacher, a social worker and psychotherapist. Helen says that, “each position which I was involved in, I found informative and satisfying.  I was very fortunate to be able to attend the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston to receive training in painting and drawing. My work is influenced by rural Ohio where I grew up in the midst of an Amish community, by the painters of the Hudson River School and by what I learned from the writings of Carl Jung, which provided the intellectual underpinnings for my therapy practice.”

Helen shows her work at Kobalt Gallery, Provincetown, MA; Pryor Fine Arts, Atlanta, GA; West Branch Gallery, Stowe, VT and Allyn Gallup Contemporary, Sarasota FL. Her work is also in many public and private collections across the United States and in Europe. http://helenshulman.com

2nd Place – Evelyn Miller – “Cape Cod Dunes”

Eve paints in pastels using a sfumato technique that results in an illusion of reality. She was born in Belgium and she has studied with many renowned pastel artists over the last decade including Richard McKinley and Doug Dawson.

Eve is an elected member of the Salgamundi Club and is a signature member of the Colorado Pastel Society.  Eve has received many awards including the Exceptional Merit Award from the Pastel Society of Florida. Currently she resides in South Carolina on Dataw Island, which  provides Eve with both artistic inspiration as well as serenity.  http://emiller.fineartstudioonline.com    

3rd Place – Vered Galor – “Alaskan Summer”

Vered Galor has been involved with the fine art world for over thirty years. She started her career as a glass sculptor. In 1981 she established a business doing curatorial projects and consulting. Vered has lectured, participated in discussions and wrote art programs to encourage the collaboration of Art and Architecture.

She received her BA and MA in Fine Art, from California State University in Northridge. Since 1989 Mrs. Galor has been concentrating on digital photographic collages, creating her own work, teaching, mentoring and showing with galleries.

Vered Galor has done photography alone side other media for many years. She has done landscape photography, with a film camera without any digital manipulation for many years, even though she does now mainly digital collages. The collages are created digitally, using her own photographs and images and are called MM digital collages.  http://www.veredgalor.com

4th Place – David Henderson – “Along the Fenway”

Dave Henderson graduated from Boston University in 1976 with a degree in painting. He is a lifelong native of New Jersey, and after more than twenty five years as an illustrator, is now working vigorously in fine art.

Dave states this about his art, ”Even as a commercial illustrator I was always a painter and now at this point in my life, to create paintings for their own sake feels like coming home.” www.dfhendersonfineart.com

5th Place – Tor-Ivar Næss – “Color Rocks”

Tor-Ivar Næss is a 30 year old male from Nordreisa, Norway. He says this about his photography, “Today the Internet is a great place for knowledge and inspiration, so it has been the go-to source for me on how-to do this and that.  I have been capturing day and night lights for more than 2 years now and to me, it is getting more and more interesting as the skill level increases.”

To Tor-Ivar, “It is fantastic to be an artist based in Northern Norway, due to the fantastic light that we experience in both summer and winter.”  www.level4.no

6th Place – Michael Hower – “Winter Solstice”

Michael Hower, is a Central Pennsylvania native and he currently resides in the Harrisburg, PA area. While in school Mike studied works from a wide range of influences including Robert Rauschenberg, Jasper Johns and Cy Twombly. He was also inspired by William Faulkner’s fictional Yoknapatawpha County and his extensive reading of early American history. Originally trained in painting and sculpture, Mike studied at Harrisburg Area Community College, Lebanon Valley College, The Pennsylvania School of Art and Design, and The Maryland Institute College of Art.

In recent years he has focused exclusively on digital photography. He is self-taught in that medium.   Mike has a current long-term pursuit of documenting the remaining locks in Pennsylvania’s extensive canal system. Recent exhibits have included juried shows in Harrisburg and Lancaster and several at UpstreamPeopleGallery.com. Currently, he has works on display at the Maryland Federation of Art and the Academy of Fine Arts.  rosner@dickinson.edu

7th Place – Sally Tuttle – “Spring Fields”

Sally Tuttle is an artist living and working in the Monterey area of California. Currently, Sally is working with acrylics and encaustics creating non-objective paintings and mixed media collage, she considers her current work to be influenced by her admiration of the American Abstraction Expressionists from the 1950’s.

She received a BA in interior design, with a focus on furniture design from the Cornish Institute in Seattle. Soon after graduation she started painting and continued painting while working with clients on various interior design projects. During these years painting was done “as time permits” and Sally discovered that if you paint when time permits sometimes you do not paint at all.  In 2004 Sally took a painting workshop for inspiration and motivation and Sally has been painting regularly ever since.  www.sallytuttle.com

8th Place – Roger Brown – “Secret Desert Valley”

Roger Brown is a Washington based photographer and he began his artistic journey into the study and practice of photography with a trip to Ireland in 2001. At that time he loved to travel around the country using his first point and shoot digital camera. Having graduated from college in math and computer science the combination of photography combined with computer technology was irresistible to Roger.

In 2008 Roger joined the local Kitsap County Washington Photography Guild, as well as joining a related photography Meetup group and he also assisted with the Kitsap Fair Photography Competition. This combination of experience yielded the shared expertise and knowledge that led Roger to begin competing in local and international photography competitions and assisting other photographers through photography workshops.  www.rogerbrown.zenfolio.com

9th Place – Gigi Jones – “The Mountains”

Gigi Jones settled in Wales over 30 years ago, after graduating from University College of Wales, Aberystwyth, in Painting and Theatre Design. Her creative practice has included, amongst other things, theatre design, and art directing for TV, which she considers to be underpinned by her passion for paint.

Her current work is mainly based on landscapes in Wales and France and is generally described as figurative oil painting. However, it is the more abstract and emotive aspects of the landscape that motivate her. With colour, light, rhythm and brush stroke she aspires to capture the feeling of a place more than its physical likeness.

“I think of the landscape in some ways as a large stage set, with ever–changing light effects suggesting infinite new ‘scenes’, story lines, histories and human conditions and I am always on a quest to master my medium to develop better ways to express this.” www.gigijones.co.uk

10th Place – Roman Burgan – “Storm over Waterville”

Roman Burgan was born in Slovakia in early 1960’s and he attended Kremica University in Slovakia where he received a degree in fine art. After graduating, Roman worked as a freelance artist and restorer.

He has had numerous solo and group exhibitions throughout Europe. After travelling to Ireland he decided to make this country his home. The beautiful landscapes and dramatic skies were an inspiration to him and for more than seven years Roman has created works of art highlighting the beauty of Ireland. For the past five years Roman has had a solo exhibition in Dublin promoting Slovakian culture in Ireland. Roman’s sense of colour enables him to capture the dramatic beauty of the Irish landscape. www.romanburgan.com