Sara Albright received the Community Artists’ Award Best In Show Transitions Award at the 2017 Fulton-Montgomery Art Show at the Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts.
MAYFIELD — Hundreds of people packed the Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts on May 11 as winners were announced for the 2017 Fulton-Montgomery Art Show.
The award ceremony took place during the Meet the Artists Opening Reception.
The exhibition features work from a wide range of artists who live or work in Fulton and Montgomery counties. Pieces created by student artists are also showcased. The featured artist is renowned local painter, sculptor and photographer, Barney Bellinger.
Fulton-Montgomery Art Show winners
Congregational Church Art Show Committee Award:
First Place: “Childhood Memories 2, A Day at the Beach” by Taylor Griffith, Grade 12, Johnstown High School.
Second Place: “Frank Gallagher” by Carolyn Smith, Grade 10, Broadalbin-Perth High School.
Third Place: “Reveal” by Michael Darling, Grade 12, Northville Central School.
Runner Up: Shelby Dopp, Grade 12, Mayfield Junior/Senior High School.
Award – Best in Show:
First Place: “Cat 2” by Sierra Luck, Grade 12, Mayfield Junior/Senior High School.
Second Place: “Untitled” by Amy Laubenstein, Grade 10, Mayfield Junior/Senior High School.
Third Place: “Baby Crying” by Carter Ivancic, Grade 12, Mayfield Junior/Senior High School.
Runner Up: “Girl in the Harley-Davidson Hat” by Sara Albright, Grade 12, Mayfield Junior/Senior High School.
Traditions Award: Sara Albright, Grade 12, Mayfield Junior/Senior High School.
Helen I. Hays Memorial Award: “Flower Girl” by Charlene Walters, Grade 12, Broadalbin-Perth High School.
Antoine Harazin Award: Lauryn Pianelli, Grade 11, Mayfield Junior/Senior High School.
Best in Show,
First Place: “Snowy Glare” by Warren Greene.
Second Place: “Intricate Dandy” by Paul Valovic.
Third Place: “Big Brother” by Ron Dennis.
Best in Show, all media:
First Place: “The Hedgerow” by Nancie Johnson.
Second Place: “Between Races” by Sharon Miller.
Third Place: “In Pemaquid Park” by Lynne Vokatis.
Fulton County Show Alumni Award”
First Place: “Geraniums” by Marilyn Batty.
Second Place: “The Glove” by Jack Horning.
Third Place: “1949 Studebaker” by Robert Stangle.
The Fulton-Montgomery Art Show is a re-creation of the long-held Fulton County Art Show at the First Congregational Church in Gloversville. This show no longer exists, so, the Nigra Arts Center resurrected and expanded it.
The show will hang through June 5. The public is welcome to view the winning pieces, as well as, the rest of the artwork in our Community Gallery Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Saturdays 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The show was made possible thanks to Saratoga Arts with a Community Arts Grant funded by the state Council on the Arts with the support of Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the state Legislature.