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Hamilton Current Artist Spotlight Pt. 7

Updated: Jun 1, 2021

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.


Terrance Huff

Hamilton Ohio



A Billy Yank Holiday

56w x 42h Inches

iPhone 12 Pro Max. Adobe Photoshop 2021. Apple Mac Pro Workstation., A simple walk downtown after a cocktail.


Ben Kaczmarek

Newport Kentucky

facebook: @kaczfineart

instagram: @kaczfineart

1. Praises and Laments

20 x 10 x 1.25 inches

2. Shine Down on Me

48 x 24 x 1.25 inches

Both: Graphite drawing, Acrylic paints and mediums on primed Canvas



Oxford Ohio

facebook: Sondra Karipides

1. Girl with Glasses

2. GlamMama

Both: 14x11

Watercolor batik is a process of applying melted wax (with a brush) and then watercolor to Asian rice paper in successive layers, each more intense than the previous. The wax acts as a resist, preserving the previous color and excluding the next color layer. When the paper is completely covered, the wax is removed by melting with the heat of an iron and absorbing into layers of newspaper.


Jenna Knight

Oxford Ohio

facebook: Jenna Knight

instagram: jennaknightflute

1. Grasp

2. In Waiting

3. Self Reflection

All: 35mm film, RC paper, Developed 35mm film, enlarged onto 8"x10" RC paper


Kent Krugh

Fairfield Township Ohio

facebook: kent.krugh

instagram: kentkrugh

1. Dump Truck

22 x 30

2. Elmo Guitar

29 x 21

3. PJ Sparkles

29 x 21


All: framed archival pigment print, X-ray


Emily Lawson

Wilmington Ohio

facebook: @Emily Lawson

1. Covid Surivior


canon camera and sigma lens 85mm with external over head flash. During first nursing home visit with our 91 year old aunt after a year of restrictions. We brought her a sign to show she had made it through Covid and shared with the family.

2. E- learning GEOGRAPHY was a bust


Photo edited and printed on metallic paper.

3. Year of Bull


Photo was taken on Canon Camera with over head flash. Canon lens 70-200., The photo was taken a local rodeo. The photo was edited in Light room.

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