Juried Show Exhibitors
Studio 1153-Lori Levine
Juried show, prizes totaling $2000
Juried Show Prizes
Grand Prize $600
2nd Place $400
3rd Place $300
People’s Choice $500
Exhibitor Booth Prizes
People’s Choice Exhibitor $100*
Most Creative Display $25
Best Presentation of Art Form $25
Most Inviting Booth $25
*Peoples Choice Voting at Juried Tent
Our 2019 Judge
Janet Kozachek is an internationally trained visual artist and writer. Receiving her Master of Fine Arts degree from Parsons School of Design in New York, where she studied drawing and painting with Larry Rivers, Paul Resika, John Heliker, Leland Bell and pottery wtih J.D. McClatchy. Ms. Kozachek also live, worked and studied in China for five years, including two years of graduate study at the Central Academy of Fine Art in Beijing (CAFA), where she learned Chinese poetry, writing, painting and seal carving.
Ms. Kozachek has lived, at various times, in Europe as well where she taught, painted and studied ceramic. In addition to her painting, Janet Kozachek us a well-known mosaic artist, and was the founding President of the Society of American Mosaic Artists. Her work is in the collections of the Morris Museum of Art, The South Carolina Sate Museum, The Columbia Museum of Art, The I.P. Stranback Museum, The Calhoun County Museum and in numerous private collections.
Janet Kozachek has received a category award in drawing from Art Fields 2018, a Puffin Foundation Award, National Endowment for the Arts sub grant awards, a Heritage Foundation Award, a Humanities Council Award and a Helena Rubinstein Scholar Award. She has published several articles, essays, poetry, and a book of illustrated rhymes for the cat, The Book of Marvelous Cats. Ms. Kozachek’s illustrated poetry chapbook, My Woman My Monsters, will be published by Finishing Line Press in February, 2020.
Ms. Kozachek is an internationally exhibited artist, featured at the Gibbes Museum of Art in Charleston, The South Carolina Sate Museum, the I.P. Stanback Museum, The Dupont Gallery in Virginia, the Stage Callery in NewYork, the Mesa Center for Contemporary Art in Arizona, Eleven/Eleven Sculpture Gallery in Washington DC, and numerous others.