2021 Mercer County Senior Art Display announces winners, exhibition available on-line

A experienced juror has picked the winners from extra than 80 entries in this year’s Mercer County Senior Artwork Display, which can be viewed right here on the Mercer County web site.

“We have so a lot of older older people who are tapping into their creative imagination to make new performs of art,” mentioned Mercer County Government Brian M. Hughes. “I commend every person who entered their perform in the County exhibit and thank them for sharing their inventive talent with us.”

Each year, the Mercer County Division of Tradition and Heritage companions with the Mercer County Business on Growing older to make the Mercer County Senior Artwork Exhibit. To start with-position winners from the County demonstrate advance to the New Jersey Senior Citizen Art Present held in the drop.

Mercer County inhabitants age 60 or more mature could post artwork to the Mercer County Senior Artwork Exhibit. Submissions will have to be the original do the job of the applicant, created inside of the past three a long time, and not previously entered in a Mercer County Senior Art Clearly show or the State Senior Art Present. Artwork may be entered in the adhering to groups: acrylic, craft, digital art, blended media, oil, pastel, pictures, print, sculpture, watercolor and functions on paper. A professional juror selects the winners in this clearly show. Up to 22 artists (just one “professional” winner and a single “non-pro” winner in just about every of the 11 classes) could go on to the State Display. There is no cost to enter.

Shown underneath are the people who ended up awarded first, second and 3rd put and honorable point out in their respective groups in this year’s Mercer County Senior Artwork Present.

Pictured earlier mentioned is the work submitted by Vivienne Wingfield of Hopewell Borough, who received 1st put for Pastels.


1. Lisa Gall, Trenton
2. Sandy SchwartzBird, Trenton
3. Allan Marcus, Princeton Junction
HM – Annette Osterlund, West Windsor Eleni Litt, Princeton and Amy Lerner, West Windsor

1. Rima Phillips, East Windsor
2. Loreta Macaraig, Hamilton
3. Ted Sikorski, Hamilton
HM – Maria Ferris, Lawrenceville

1. Connie Cruser, Hamilton Sq.

Blended Media
1. Ilene Dube, Princeton Junction
2. Judith Nahmias, Lawrenceville
3. Hermine Brooks, Lawrence
HM – Mark Schlawin, Princeton Junction

1. Nora Ananos, Princeton Junction
2. Jan Koczera, West Windsor
3. Andrea Pitluck, West Windsor
HM – Raj Oberoi, Robbinsville and Carlo Fiorentini, Princeton

1. Vivienne Wingfield, Hopewell

1. John Ward, Robbinsville
2. Judith Miller, Trenton
3. Stephanie Cuddahy, Hamilton
HM – Michael Environmentally friendly, East Windsor and Holly Crochetiere, Robbinsville

1. Ron Snyder, East Windsor
2. Suzanne Migliori, Trenton
3. Douglas Watt, Hamilton Square

1. Leslie Hatch – Ideal IN Present — NON-Professional, East Windsor
2. Michele Martin, Robbinsville
3. Karen Brodsky, West Windsor
HM – Catherine Edmonds, Lawrence Gitte Schlessinger, Princeton Junction and Helen Bilinski, Hamilton

Works on Paper
1. Lenore Isleib, East Windsor
2. Linda Ourach, East Windsor
3. Marina Lam, East Windsor
HM – Helen Nitzche, Hightstown Ramani Dahanayake, Princeton Junction and Diane Forer, East Windsor


1. Mabel Williams, Ewing
2. William Plank, Lawrenceville
3. Ruben Macaraig, Hamilton
HM – Dorothy Friedman, Pennington and Ed Drago, Robbinsville

1. Susan Luty, Hightstown

Blended Media
1. Terri Arruzzo, Hamilton
2. Helen Plank, Lawrenceville
3. Richard Majewski, Robbinsville
HM – Sheran Boddie, Lawrenceville

1. Lori Langsner, West Windsor
2. Norm Fesmire, Lawrence
3. Marge Miccio, Trenton
HM – Robert Lowe, Trenton and Gary Coyne, Mercerville

HM – Margaret Kalvar Bushnell, Princeton Junction

1. Maia Riem, West Windsor
2. Gary Becker, Trenton
3. Samuel Vovsi, Princeton
HM – Judy Filipponi, Robbinsville and Aubrey Kauffman, Ewing

1. Pleasure Kreves – Ideal IN Demonstrate — Experienced, Ewing
2. Harry Jackendoff, Trenton

1. Pat Proniewski, Hamilton Sq.
2. Margaret Simpson, Hamilton

Is effective on Paper
1. Terry Goldstein, East Windsor
2. Frank Pastore, Hightstown
HM – David Potts, Hamilton

Submitted by Mercer County

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