2-Dimensional Mixed Media
3-Dimensional Mixed Media
Rick & Linda Bachman - Aurora, Colo.
Steve & Barbara Coleman - Broken Arrow, Okla.
David Jessup - Boulder, Colo.
Gracelynn & Ike Tamrak - Ballwin, Mo.
Janet Weilbrenner - West Plains, Mo.
Dan Welty - Wichita, Kan.
Emily Chamberlain - Wichita, Kan.
Al &Kris Clement - Springfield, Mo.
Mark Freeman - Ellinwood, Kan.
Sheldon Ganstrom - Hays, Kan.
Kendra Jennings - Junction City, Kan.
Greg & Jennie Lathrop -
Craig & Ana McMillin -
Judith & Jim Miller - Clear Lake, Iowa
Joseph Rincones - Wichita, Kan.
Michael & Joyce Schlyer - Wichita, Kan.
Jo Smith - Marshall, Ark.
Rob Wiedmaier - Platte City, Mo.
Cheryl Baker - Springfield, Mo.
Kathy Besthorn - Wichita, Kan.
Gary Bachers - New Boston, Texas
Douglas Fulks - Lee's Summit, Mo.
Jon Jahraus - Parkville, Mo.
Barbara Mason - Frisco, Texas
Christina Smith - Fayetteville, Ark.
Scott Garrelts - Douglass, Kan.
Scott Hartley - Benton, Kan.
Chris McCarthy - St. Louis, Mo.
John McDonald - Valley Center, Kan.
Eric Mort - Austin, Texas
Jack Pine - Laurelville, Ohio
Leonard Tinnell - Missoula, Mont.
Graphics & Printmaking
Gary Allen - Omaho, Neb.
William and Lisa Bailey - Dripping Springs, Texas
Sean Brown - Denver, Colo.
Stephanie Brown - St. Louis, Mo.
Lauraglen Carlson - Ruston, La.
Nichole Collins - Yates Center, Kan.
Kelly Conner - Kansas City, Mo.
Brad & Liz Egger - Lansing, Kan.
Melinda Hutton - Newton, Kan.
Cecilia Labora - Kansas City, Mo.
Laurie and Harold Lujan - Cody, Wyo.
Don McCoy - Englewood, Fla.
Suzette Nesbitt - Reed Springs, Mo.
Tammy Rice - Lincoln, Neb.
Roberta & Talley Starbird - Austin, Texas
Jonathon Stopper - Sarasota, Fla.
Sally & Leigh Wade - Tyler, Texas
Nicole & Hill Brin - Cotopaxi, Colo.
Mark Rondeau - Great Bend, Kan.
Darien Bogart - Pueblo West, Colo.
Catherine Freshley - Enid, Okla.
Steven Graber - Baldwin City, Kan.
Annette Hammer - Springfield, Mo.
Sandy Hunter - Ottawa, Kan.
Aletha Jones - Madison, Wisc.
Brian Keller - Denver, Colo.
Dale Martin - Oliton, Okla.
Virgil Penner - North Newton, Kan.
Dennis Rhoades - Evergreen, Colo.
Taman VanScoy - Long Beach, Calif.
Jacquie Vaux - Ft. Collins, Colo.
Ernest Wood, III - Wichita, Kan.
Rick Canham - Portland, Ore.
Timm Chapman – Apache Junction, Ariz.
Dana Echols – Windsor, Colo.
Jean Hutchison - Lawrence, Kan.
John Kennington - Bixby, Okla.
Steve & Rita Lohr - Olathe, Kan.
Brian Miller - Baton Rouge, La.
Randal Napier – Grafton, N.D.
John Scanlan - Glenwood, Iowa
Brett Schauf - Wichita, Kan.
David & Mary Beth Schneider - Tijeras, N.M.
Ken Smith - Castle Rock, Colo.
Thomas Stubbs - Topeka, Kan.
William Vanscoy - Brookings, Ore.
Jason Wallace - Stillwater, Okla.
Kris Kratz - Omaha, Neb.
Mark Mallia – Austin, Texas
Ted Mellin - Littleton, Colo.
Carl Petersen - Ponca City, Okla.
Rick Robinson - Papillion, Neb.
Zack Schaffer - Jetmore, Kan.
Adrian Vogel - Kansas City, Kan.
AUTUMN & ART FEATURED ARTISTS
Starting in 2011, one artist or artist team has been selected each fall to represent Autumn & Art as our Featured Artist for the season.
These artists have acted as an ambassador for our event, and we are so grateful that they have generously shared their talents with us!
2011: JD Hillberry
2012: Jeffery Cannon
2013: Pamela Spika
2014: Prince Duncan Williams
2015: Ernest Vincent Wood III
2016: Barbara Mason
2017: Jeff & Judy Goodwin
AUTUMN & ART 2017 FEATURED ARTISTS
JEFF & JUDY GOODWIN OF HUNTSVILLE, ARKANSAS
Jeff & Judy create unique and richly-colored jewelry using an ancient Italian glass technique known as millifiori (thousand flowers) and the Japanese clay technique called nerikomi.
“We have adapted these techniques to the 21st century while supporting an earth-friendly working environment,” said Jeff. “Our porcelain is created using our own recipe of six different clay chemicals. Stain is added to the dry porcelain and then water is added to create our colored clays. We have over 35 colors that we layer and manipulate into loaves containing our designs. Next we slice these ‘loaves’ (like bread) to form each jewelry piece. The pieces are formed, shaped, sanded, glazed and fired three times before we apply a 24-karat gold edging and add embellishments such as semi-precious stones or fresh-water pearls.”
Jeff and Judy were raised in Northern California, where they met while attending Humboldt State University. They lived in Wyoming and Utah while Jeff was employed as a geologist. Judy has been involved in ceramics since high school and works as a potter as well as creating jewelry. After apprenticing together with a ceramicist in 1997, they created Daaman Jewelry. They live on 47 acres in the Ozark Mountains of Arkansas and have two grown children.
AUTUMN & ART 2017 COMMEMORATIVE POSTER
2016 FEATURED ARTWORK
Signed and numbered prints of this year's commemorative poster of "Into the Spotlight," a hyper-realist pastel work by Barbara Mason, is available for $10 at The Frame Shop in Bradley Fair or by calling (316) 267-2817.
2016 GRANT THORNTON LLP FEATURED ARTIST
Each year, Autumn & Art organizers select one artist and one piece of art to serve as a representative image for that festival. For the second year, the folks at Grant Thornton, LLP, have stepped up to sponsor the Featured Artist program.
It is our pleasure to introduce the 2016 Grant Thornton Featured Artist, Barbara Mason of Frisco, Texas.
Barbara Mason of Frisco, Texas, strives to convey a unique experience, captivating story or emotion through her work.
Since 1977 she has embraced the technically demanding challenges of hyper-realistic watercolor and pastel painting with a focus on florals. She achieves vibrancy, depth and richness of color by applying multiple layers and meticulous detail, juxtaposing light and dark shadows. Her goal is to create a captivating sense of fluidity and movement in each masterpiece.
Owner of Dragonfly Creations Gallery & Studio and N Due Season Greeting Card Company, Barbara feels blessed to travel and exhibit her artwork nationally and internationally.
A graduate of the North Texas Business Council for Art-2016 Leadership Art Institute class, Barbara serves on various art boards to fulfill the NTBCA mission of uniting commerce and culture. She is an international award-winning watercolor artist and a Signature pastel artist recognized by the Pastel Society of America.
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR 2016 ARTIST AWARD RECIPIENTS!
Prizes totaling $7,500 were awarded to eight artist recipients at Autumn & Art 2016.
Best of Show: Bill & Lisa Bailey of Dripping Springs, Texas
Patron Award: Mary Sly of Friday Harbor, Wash.
First Place 2D: Steven Graber of Baldwin City, Kan.
Second Place 2D: John Scanlan of Glenwood, Iowa.
Third Place 2D: Barbara Mason of Frisco, Texas
First Place 3D: Kim Kenney of Cassvile, Mo.
Second Place 3D: Sheldon Ganstrom of Hays, Kan.
Third Place 3D: Samuel Yao of Ann Arbor, Mich.
OUR 2017 ART & ARTISTS
Autumn & Art is an alfresco fine art show and sale featuring artists from across the United States. This year's juried event features 97 artists, offering original works in the following categories:
2D Mixed Media * 3D Mixed Media * Ceramics * Digital Art * Drawing * Fiber * Glass
Graphics & Printmaking * Jewelry * Metalwork * Painting * Photography * Sculpture * Wood
MEET THIS YEAR'S AUTUMN & ART ARTISTS!
Our 2016 Jurors
Our team of jurors selects the artists who exhibit at Autumn & Art. The following fine art professionals comprised our jury this year:
John D'Angelo, Arts and Cultural Services Director, City of Wichita, is responsible for Wichita’s Cultural Arts Plan and oversees City Arts, the Century II Performing Arts & Convention Center, the Mid-America All-Indian Center and Old Cowtown Museum. He manages development of cultural and special events in Wichita, oversees the City’s public art collection and serves as a liaison with local arts and cultural organizations. He recently served as President of the U.S. Urban Arts Federation, a program of Americans for the Arts, the nation's leading nonprofit organization for advancing the arts. He is also a working watercolor artist, has won regional and national awards, and previously served as the president of the Kansas Watercolor Society.
Rollin Karg, Artist, Owner, Karg Art Glass, Wichita, Kan., is a renowned glass artisan who designs and creates small and massive sculptural pieces from molten glass, usually shaped in a freeform, asymmetrical manner. Karg spent the first part of his career as an industrial engineer, photographer, potter and woodworker before becoming a full time glass artist in 1983. He quickly gained notoriety for his contribution to the world of glass art. He has won many awards in competitions and shows throughout the United States and his work has been shown at galleries and exhibitions throughout most of North America.
Sherry Leedy, Artist and Director, Sherry Leedy Contemporary Art, Kansas City, Mo., established Sherry Leedy Contemporary Art in 1985, the first contemporary art gallery in Kansas City's Crossroads Arts District. Leedy has curated hundreds of solo and group exhibitions. She holds a Master of Fine Arts from the University of Kansas and a Bachelor of Arts from the Kansas City Art Institute. Leedy's own work, produced in her Kansas City studio, is included in the permanent collections of the Los Angeles County Museum; Nerman Museum for Contemporary Art in Overland Park, Kan.; Sprint Corporation in Leawood, Kan; First National Bank in Columbia, Mo.; and AT&T in Kansas City, Mo., among others.
Patricia McDonnell, Ph.D., Director, Wichita Art Museum holds a doctorate in art history from Brown University, and has worked in art museums for 30 years. She opened new museum facilities at Tacoma Art Museum (with architect Antoine Predock) and the Weisman Art Museum, University of Minnesota (with architect Frank Gehry), and led curatorial programs to build increased audiences. Prior to moving to the Wichita Art Museum in 2012, she directed the Ulrich Museum of Art at Wichita State University. McDonnell is a widely published scholar, a specialist on painter Marsden Hartley, and has curated over 80 exhibitions on a range of modern and contemporary art subjects.
Bob Workman, Director, Ulrich Museum of Art at Wichita State University. His career in art museums spans nearly 40 years, including positions with the American Federation of Arts in New York City; the Amon Carter Museum in Fort Worth, Texas; and Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, Ark. Bob holds a BFA from Wichita State University and an MA from Boston University, as well as participating in the prestigious Museum Management Institute, a program of the Getty Trust.
Our 2016 Judges