What a year this has turned out to be.IMG_20160422_160740427-01

Last weekend, with friends, family, and colleagues gathered in Lake City, South Carolina, we all awaited the announcement of the winners for Artfields 2016.  My video store installation was up for consideration against 300+ other fantastic works of art from across the SouthEast region. My colleague, friend, and metalworker-extraordinairre Logan Woodle took an honorable mention award; Aron Belka’s fantastic painting Contact Tracing and Invasive Species by Jocelyn Chateauvert took the People’s Choice Awards; and Brent Pafford’s remember this as a time of day took the Juried Prize.

IMG_20160501_130934Not expecting a win, I was blown away when Be Kind Rewind was selected as the Top Prize winner.  The prize is selected by a Jury from the top 50 popular votes.  It all still feels like a dream as I try to process this win.

This past week has been a blur, as well, as I was featured on Buzzworthy and Bloody Disgusting for two of my (very disparate) sets of work.

Again, I am so honored to have been chosen as this year’s Artfields winner, and I look forward to seeing what comes next.  Thanks to all of the supporters of Artfields, and congratulations to all of this year’s participants.

2 Replies to “Reflections: Artfields 2016”

  1. This is so wonderful for you and well deserved……..Tom and I have been in NYC for the past week and we just are now looking at this wonderful and inventive artwork of yours. The prize was the culmination of hard work and intuitive genius!! Take care and really have a great time on your trip across the pond!!

    Love, Jeanne & Tom

    1. Thanks so much Jeanne. I was quite blown away by the award and am humbled to receive it. Its been quite the whirlwind week after winning with interviews and exhibition proposals. I’m a bit of a nervous flyer but am looking forward to scotland!

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