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Glass Arts awards announced
Almost 100 pieces are on display by 61 artists from across Washington, the United States and world.
Visitors raved about the exhibit with a few agreeing it was the best show they’ve been to on the North Olympic Peninsula.
The Glass Art Festival runs through Sunday, Sept. 26, and is open 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday and noon-4 p.m. Sunday.
A few workshops remain for the festival
• Delores Taylor, of Woodinville, and Chris Heilman, of Renton, will give a daylong event at the Holiday Inn Express & Suites beginning at 11 a.m. Sept. 18, with Taylor presenting at 4 p.m. and Heilman at 7 p.m.
• Hugh Willa, of Seattle, will speak at 7 p.m. Sept. 25 at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church’s parish hall.
Raffle tickets for “Wis-teria,” a glass vessel created especially for the festival by Heilman, are available at the MAC exhibit center. The winning ticket will be drawn at 4 p.m. Sept. 25.
For more information visit www.GlassArtFestival.org or call 683-8110.
The Museum and Arts Center is at 175 W. Cedar St., Sequim.
• Best in Show — Susan Temple, “Leads & Waterways II”
• Second Place — Chris Heilman, “Plum Blossom in Gold Ruby Red”
• Third Place — Jonathon Patton, “Numinous Journey”
• Vicki Coons Memorial Award — Gioia Boerrigter, “Under the Bigtop”
• Director’s Award — Carol Ireland-McLean, “Petroglyph No. 1”
• Curator’s Award — Steven Wrubleski, “Musical”
• Merit Awards — Michael Dupille, “New Life;” Michelle Rial, “Converge;” Joline El-Hai, “Proton Dahlia,” sponsored by CBS Dichroic; Cynthia Thomas, “Losing One’s Marbles No. 1,” sponsored by Olympic Stained Glass; Luther Bullock, “Egret;” Melissa Penic, “I Vant to Be Alone;” Dorothy Wayne, “Winter Snow,” sponsored by the museum and Uroboros Glass.