2017 The Art of the Portrait: And the Winners Are . . .

by Matthew Innis |

The Art of the Portrait International Portrait Competition Winners of 2017

Congratulations to all of the winners!

 

Certificates of Exceptional Merit

Anna Rose Bain

A Fleeting Moment

 

John Borowicz

Abby

 

Shuhai Cao

A Bunch of Roses

 

Chung-Wei Chien

Watching

 

Seth Haverkamp

Fireflies

 

Pramond Kurlekar

Determination

 

Gregory Mortenson

The Butterfly Effect

 

Ricky Mujica

Father

 

Caleb O’Connor

Deontay Wilder

 

Brooke Olivares

The Purple Orchid

 

Stephen Perkins

Henry Hensche Memorial

 

Jennifer Welty

Presley

 

Melinda Whitmore

Suspension

Second Honors

Matteo Caloiaro

Juli’s Kitchen

 

First Honors

Tracy Ference

This is Marshall

 

Fifth Place

Mary Sauer

Caitlin

Fourth Place

Paul Newton

Self-portrait – Dark Night of the Soul

Third Place

Casey Childs

Take These Broken Wings

Second Place

Johanna Harmon

Messengers

First Place – Drawing

Sookyi Lee

Bridget

First Place – Sculpture

Susan Wakeen

Marcy

First Place – Painting

Ming Yu

In Bvlag

 

The William F. Draper Grand Prize Winner /
People’s Choice Award Winner

David Kassan

Love and Resilience
Portrait of Louise and Lazar Farkas, Survivors of the Shoah

Love and Resilience (detail)

Love and Resilience (detail)

Love and Resilience (detail)

David Kassan giving an impromptu thank-you speech.

4 comments

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    What a delight to see all these works. And especially well done David Kassan.

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    Thanks for posting this for those of us who are not there to see in person! Congratulations to the winners.

    Rogerdeemart@gmail.com
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    Beautiful work by all of the artist! A really enjoyable show! Thank you for all of your photography and information.

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    What a delight to see all these works. And especially well done

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