Lewton-Brain Foldform Competition 2014

So I am so stoked! I received word that the Lewton-Brain Foldforming Competition for 2014 included two pieces of my work in their Juror’s choice category! Check out my work and the official Awards video presented by Sue Lacy.

Autumns Touch $245

Autumns Touch $245

Lily Sculpture $275

Lily Sculpture $275

Special congratulations to all the winners! And a thank you to the competition hosts, jurors and sponsors!

First Place: “Metropolis Bracelet” by Alison Antelman, Berkeley, CA, U.S.
Second Place: “Jewel Beetle” by Kharisma Sommers, Quincy, IL, U.S.
Third Place: “Cross Foldformed Bracelet” by Hendrik Schouten, Santa Cruz, Aruba
Honorable Mention: “Strange Fountain” by Heather McLarty, Los Angeles, CA, U.S.
Innovation Award: Hand-form aluminum by Noah Deledda, Tampa, FL, U.S.
JURORS’ CHOICE:
“Hanging Garden Ring” by Alison Antelman, Berkeley, CA, U.S. (Photo by: Eric Smith)
“Sea Slug” by Stephanie Brohman, Iowa City, IA, U.S.
“The Inside” by Jungmin Cho, Seoul, South Korea
“Faux Diamond Necklace” by Lucy Louise Derickson, Richmond, VA, U.S.
“Purple” by Pat Downing, San Diego, CA, U.S.
“Origami Planes” by Diana Garcia, San Francisco, CA, U.S.
“Autumn’s Touch” and “Lilly Sculpture” by Kerye Hartzell, Richmond, TX, U.S.
“Still Life” and “Dignity” by Denys Knight, Bonners Ferry, ID, U.S. (Photos by Jay Ellis)
“Stolen Moments” by Ed Lay, El Cerrito, CA, U.S.
“Foldformed Granulated Cuff” by Frank Mancuso, San Francisco, CA, U.S.
“Strange Urban Jungle” by Heather McLarty, Los Angeles, CA, U.S. (Photo by Martha Benedict)
“Fluted Collar” by Sher Novak, Albany, CA, U.S.
“It Looks Like a Shell” and “Linear Foldform Bracelet” by Hendrik Schouten, Santa Cruz, Aruba (Photos by Chris Schouten)
“Echinacea Flower” and “Frilly Peach” by Kharisma Sommers, Quincy, IL, U.S.
“Tiffany Forest” by Gayle Whiteley Minjarez, Santa Barbara, CA, U.S.
“Wall Piece 2” by Roy Ysla, Bethesda, MD, U.S.
Jurors: Charles Lewton-Brain, Hazel Wheaton, and Alan Revere.
Sponsors: Art Jewelry magazine, Center for Metal Arts (host), The Ganoksin Project, Revere Academy of Jewelry Arts, and Rio Grande.

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