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2019 Winners

at Brookhaven Arts Festival

Best in Show

Linda Hill

Linda is an artist based out of North Carolina. To create her beautiful artwork, alcohol Inks are poured, applied with brushes and washes then acrylic paint and/or pen/ink are added to enhance the painting on wood canvas

(1st) First Place

Ronnie Phillips

Beginning as a freelance photographer, Phillips eventually took up painting and injected new possibilities into his work with mixed media. His work now varies from colorful collages of his images, to acrylic paintings embedded with his award winning photographic accents 

(2nd) Second Place

Nino Chumburidze

"Each piece of my work reflects my thoughts and soul, my own comprehension of the world that could change according to my state of mind and emotions.
My intent is to create an image as a unique fusion of texture and color that takes it beyond ordinary representation of reality.”

(3rd) Third Place

Yesha Panchal

Heavily influenced by Indian, Mughal and Contemporary Art, Yesha is able to portray her imaginative thoughts via diverse styles including, Water Colors, Paper Cuts, Oil Painting, Sketching, Pottery, Pencil Art and many others.

2018 Winners

at Brookhaven Arts Festival

Best in Show

Luis Enrique Gutierrez

Luis Enrique Gutierrez, master of contemporary ceramic sculpture learned from his father Helio Gutierrez at a young age. His developments of color and geometry have evolved into a sophisticated style born of his heritage and enhanced with his contemporary methods.

(1st) First Place

Obayana Ajanaku

"My goal as an artist is to combine these techniques and experiences into a unique neo-art form, enabling the individual to view or experience the usual in an unusual way."

(2nd) Second Place

Chris Mason

Mason's artistic career began as a muralist and faux-finisher. Adept at trompe-l'oeil and neo-classical landscape, his work appears in some of the finest homes.

(3rd) Third Place

Bert Beirne

Bert Beirne has been painting the still life for nearly three decades and is considered one of the important painters of the genre living today. Beirne’s work is most often compared to the Dutch and Flemish masters of the early Seventeenth Century.

2017 Winners

at Brookhaven Arts Festival

Best in Show

William Cowherd

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(1st) First Place

Stacey Brown

(2nd) Second Place

Jonathon Romaine

(3rd) Third Place

Katherine Allen Coleman

Meet the Artists

The Brookhaven Arts Festival is highly selective when accepting artists into the show. Click below to see artists from past years. 

What a great show this year. Selection of artists was simply amazing! It was diverse, highly skilled and beautiful. Thank you for doing and excellent job of planning and delivering this great show. Also keep in mind, you can bargain a bit with the vendors. We got 2 great pieces at low prices!

- Wendy Stone-Bowman

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