Summer Art Walk Award Finalists

On Thursday, July 10 the City Arts Art Walk Awards are returning once again to Capitol Hill’s Sole Repair. Come drink, dance and vote! (And RSVP here.) The three artworks that bring in the most votes will receive cash prizes and the first-place artwork will be featured in City Arts magazine. This round of guest judges were invited to nominate artists exhibiting work in the past three months. These are their picks:

Max Clotfelter, Rough Things I’ve Seen on My Daily Walk to Work, Ink on Bristol Board, 10.25 x 16 inches, 2014. At Fantagraphics (nominated by Shelly Leavens).

Thuy-Van Vu, Iron Chink (State History Museum), Oil on canvas, 72 x 60 inches, 2014. At G. Gibson Gallery (nominated by Jessica Powers).

Jessica Hoffman, Library, 20 books created from wood veneers and letterpress printed text on book cloth, 2014. At Ghost Gallery (nominated by Yonnas T Getahun).

Sean M. Johnson, Last Call, Barstool, beer bottle, pack of cigarettes, matches, 2007. At SOIL Gallery (nominated by Shelly Leavens).

Brad Winchester, Untitled, Hand spun linen and alder stretcher, 54 x 54 inches, 2014. At Prole Drift (nominated by Jessica Powers).

Matthew Bell, Max Kraushaar and Graham Downing, In the Mood to Consume, Collaboratively written book, created and printed in under a month (edition of 100), 2014. At FRED Wildlife Refuge (nominated by Yonnas T Getahun).

Paul Komada, Oil on Ice, Hand-knit yarn and acrylic on canvas, 20 x 20 inches, 2014. At Prole Drift (nominated by Shelly Leavens).

Klara Glosova, Life on the Sidelines, Watercolor and ink on paper, 72 x 52 inches, 2014. At Bryan Ohno Gallery (nominated by Jessica Powers).

Olivia Knapp, Hark, Pigment Ink on Cotton Bristol, 14 x 19.25 inches, 2014. At Glasswing Shop (nominated by Yonnas T Getahun).