Accepted artists and winners in “Hope in Artistry”

Accepted Artists:
Candace Barr
Julie Cook
Michael DiFranco
Mattie Dramis
Sharon Dundee
Angel Kaiser
Dani Klein
Jim Loomis
Nancy Nelson-Brotz
Bridget Sherman
Mardi Snyder

Best in Show: Candace Barr – “Hope for an Early Spring” (acrylic on canvas, $350)

First Place: Mattie Dramis – “Everybody Hurts” (batik, $150)

Second Place: Bridget Sherman – “Altered Perception” (digital photography printed on canvas, altered with acrylic paints and glitter, NFS)

Third Place: Jim Loomis – “Enso It Grows” (porcelain, NFS)

Honorable Mention: Mardi Snyder – “Young” (acrylic on canvas, $100)

Call for artists for November exhibit: “Hope in Artistry”

The Ashtabula County Suicide Prevention Coalition and the Ashtabula County LOSS Team, in collaboration with the Ashtabula Arts Center, are seeking art submissions for the fourth annual suicide awareness and prevention show, “Hope in Artistry,” which will be on display in our gallery in November. This is a great opportunity for artists in Ashtabula County and Northeast Ohio to show your work, support survivors of suicide, reduce stigma, and raise awareness to help prevent suicide.

Find details and submission instructions in the application: Hope in Artistry 2020 artist application