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Hamilton Current Artist Spotlight Pt. 2

Updated: Jun 1


The 50th Hamilton Current regional art competition is a big - we mean a REALLY BIG - deal. Artworks from this year’s selected artists will be projected in wall-scale images on the Fitton Center’s exterior in an exciting new week-long outdoor digital presentation May 28 - June 4, 8:00pm - midnight. We'll also be featuring groups of artworks weekly here on the blog leading up to and during the exhibition!


Artworks chosen for Cash Awards and Honorable Mention Awards by judges will be physically installed in the ground floor Monument Gallery at Fitton Center for Creative Arts, 101 S. Monument Ave, Hamilton OH and on view May 28 – July 9. Fitton Center galleries are free and open to the public starting June 1. Gallery hours are Monday – Thursday, 10:00am – 2:00pm.


Galleries Procedures and Protocols

Arlene Branick

Dayton Ohio

facebook: arlene branick.com





1. August View

36.5 x 24.5 x 1.75 inches

acrylic on canvas, Thin layers of acrylic are applied with a variety of materials including brushes, sponges, rags and fingers. Areas are partially removed and additional layers applied to create a sense of depth and muted color.




2. Diptych: March

12 x 24 x 1.5 inches


acrylic on canvas, Thin layers of acrylic are applied with a variety of materials. Areas are partially removed and additional layers applied to create a sense of depth and muted color and texture.



Melissa Brewer-Hinners

Milford Ohio

instagram: @300MileProject



1. Back Road


2. Valentine,AZ


Both: 10x13

Print on photo paper, Digital photography



Bonita Brockert

Cincinnati Ohio

facebook: bonita brockert



1. Goldfinch

11x14

Colored pencil on toned paper


2. Lady Cardinal in Snow

14x11

Colored Pencil on white paper



Greg Buening

Cincinnati Ohio

facebook: gregphotoart



1. Into The Woods


2. Old Quebec


3. Union Terminal

HONORABLE MENTION


All: 16 x 20 x 1


These are spherical panoramas. Each is made up of 6 photos taken with an 8 mm lens. Four of the photos are taken at each point of the horizon ( north, east, south, and west) then a photo is taken of the sky (apex) and one of the ground (nadir). I then stitch the photos together. Each photo must be taken so that the lens rotates around a single point. I do this by using a plumb line and by making sure that the weight on the ground stays in the same position each time that I rotate the camera to take the next photo.



Susan Carlson

Cincinnati Ohio

facebook: Susan Carlson



1. Cogitatio

36" x 24" x 1"


2. Feather Dance

19.5" x 26" x 1"

HONORABLE MENTION


3. Lightening Bolts

36" x 36" x 2"


All: Acrylic on canvas



Sandra Palmer Ciolino

Cincinnati Ohio

facebook: www.facebook.com/spciolino

instagram: sandrapciolino


Precaria #14: Precipice

60 x 38 inches

hand-dyed and commercial cotton fabrics; wool batting; silk and cotton threads, machine pieced; machine quilted

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