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Art Alliance Of Central PA
First Prize Second Prize Third Prize
Bob Baumbach Nancy Brassington Mike Demi
Hot Springs Colors, Yellow Wallpaper Third Electric Sun
Pat Cortese Chuck Fong Ieva Perkons
Untitled I York Fair Spikey Tree
About the Juror
A specialist in American art and cultural history, Leo Mazow received his Ph.D. in art history
from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He is presently associate professor of
American art history at the University of Arkansas in Fayette-ville, nestled in the Ozark Mountains
in the wee northwest corner of the state. He came to the University of Arkansas in Fall 2010
after eight-and-a –half years as curator of American art at the Palmer Museum of Art at the
Pennsylvania State University. Among the exhibitions and accompanying publications he
organized at the Palmer are Taxing Visions: Financial Episodes in Late Nineteenth-Century
American Art; Picturing the Banjo; Ameson and the Object; and Shallow Creek: Thomas Hart
Benton and American Waterways. Dr. Mazow has published articles on Regionalism, New York
Dada and American landscape painting in such journals as Art Bulletin, American Art, and
Winterthur Portfolio. His book, Thomas Hart Benton and the American Sound, was recently
published by Penn State University Press and was supported by a senior fellowship at the
Smithsonian American Art Museum, and a Wyeth Foundation for American Art Publication
Grant, administered by the College Art Association. He is currently researching and writing
a book entitled Hopper’s Hotel: Edward Hopper and the Promise of American Mobility
2013 Recycled Show
photos thanks to David Charriere & Anni Matsick
The theme for this year's Recycled Show was "Black and White and Red All Over."
Show dates were April 19 - 21.
The Recycled Art Show is in its nineteenth year of inspiring environmental and artistic goals
for Central Pennsylvania artists.
First Place Second Place Third Place
Sean Bodley Marilyn Seeling Ruth Kempner & Manya Goldstein
War on Waste Black & White and About to Be... Mary Shelley's Cat
Teens 13-18 Youth through age 12 Group
Penny Ray Nikolai Pelikan SCHS Delta Book Art Class
Tree of Life Black and White and Itchy All Over Chillin
Robert Baumbach Mary Lee Kerr
Red on Birch The Giving Tree
ArTrio + One Ruth Knowles
(Ruth Kempner, Sue Lacy, Trash for Antiquity
Joan Lampman, Brittany Roob Haislmaier)
Stefan Pelikan Zachary Raupach-Learn
- Voice of the People Manipulation
Corrie Porter Grace Lovenia Handler-
Red in Black Paintin' the Town Red"
Popular Award Purchase Award
Marilyn Seeling not yet awarded
Black & White and About to Be
Mark and Terry Smith are the owners of Wild Ravens fine art and art garment company.
They co-chair The Annual Salvaged Treasures Project, a fundraising auction of artist-created
repurposed items for ART WORKS in Johnstown, now in its third year. Terry is a wildlife artist,
and they work together on the graphic art that they hand screen on hand-dyed garments.
The jurors will select some pieces to be included in an extended show to be held through May 20
at the Centre County Solid Waste Authority, 253 Transfer Road.
Show Dates and Hours
The Exhibit will open on Friday, May 17 and run through Sunday, May 26.
Hours are Wednesday through Sunday noon - 5 pm,
except Saturdays are 10 am - 5 pm.
The exhibit will be closed Monday and Tuesday.
The opening reception will be held the evening of Friday, May 17 from 7 - 9 pm.
Prize winners will be announced at this time.
Prizes and Judging
Cash prizes for 1st, 2nd, and 3rdplace will be awarded. In addition, Honorable Mention
awards will be given to other notable works.
Ned Wert is an accomplished abstract artist from Indiana, PA. Wert has been painting
for over 50 years and is a true master of abstraction. His work can be found in public and
private collections throughout the United States and Europe. Ned has devoted himself entirely
to painting since retiring from Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s art department in 1988.
He has traveled extensively around the world, particularly in Europe and Central America,
taking photographs and filling sketchbooks with subjects — people, landscapes, and
church interiors — for inspiration.
Receiving and Retrieving Work
Work may be delivered to the Art Alliance on Thursday, May 16 from 5 - 8 pm.
Please have the included labels completed and attached to your work. All artwork must be
retrieved from the Art Alliance on Sunday, May 26 from 5-7pm. If you cannot comply with
these dates and times, contact Jim Bright at 717-667-2807. The Art Alliance has no
additional storage space for artwork, please honor the pickup date.