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Delmarva on View exhibit opens at Lewes Public Library

Jun 25, 2013
Photo by: Deny Howeth Gathered at the opening reception of Delmarva on View are in back (l-r) Candace Vessella, president Friends of Lewes Public Library Board; Penny O'Mullan, director, Friends Board; Ed Goyda, library director, June Rose J.R. Futcher, curator; with winners Dick Snyder, Sandra Grzybowski, Bethany Tyndall, Robin Ray and Ellis Underkoffler. In front, Tana Gilmore, director, Friends Board; Karen Fischer, vice president, Friends Board, with winners Chris Gattuso, Anne Weeks, Robert Pilkington and Carol Scott.

The fourth annual Delmarva on View: Delaware, Maryland & Virginia in Photographs Lewes Library Photography contest to benefit Friends of Lewes Library successfully drew 100 entries, having opened with a June 22 reception. The money raised will go to all items in circulation and for various library programs.

The exhibit will run for two months and all photographs are available for purchace with 30 percent to benefit the Friends of Lewes Public Library.
2013 winners include:

Amateur

Delmarva Icons
First - Sandra Grzybowski, War Tower
Second - Sandra Grzybowski, The Walk
Third – Sue Eberhart, Fish & Fowl
Event, Camera, Action!
First – Paul Hammesfahr, The Cannon Roars
Get On The Bus
First – Carol Scott, Ready To Go
Second – Anne Weeks, Afternoon Shadow
Third – Debra Payette, Sunshine
Golden Hour
First – Keith Steck, Primehook Sunset – Winner of Best In Show, Amateur
Second – Robert Pilkington, Sunset At Gordon’s Pond
Third -Chris Gattuso, Crescent Moon At Dawn
The Good, The Bad, The Nor’easter
First – John Hoyt, Going To Work In A Nor’easter
Second – Peggy Douglas, Fall Leaf In A Hurricane
Third – Heather Shevland, Boarding Up
Growing Delmarva
First – Lee Swantkowski, Before Breakfast
Second – Lee Swantkowski, Deserted
In Flight & Ground Patrol
First – Ken Arni, Skimmer At The Marsh
Second – Ken Arni, Return With A Catch
Third – Robin Ray, A Moment At Rest
Black & White
First – Leslie Sinclair, Drifting Tide
Second – Lee Swantkowski, The Lewes Shore
Third – Chris Gattuso, Waves In Motion

Youth

First – Aaron Lotta-Morissette, I Can See Clearly Now
Second – Alex Scott, Solitary Tree
Third – Bethany Tyndall, Tall Ship

Professional

Delmarva Icons
First – Ted Mueller, The Wharf – Winner Of Best In Show, Professional
Second – Ted Mueller, Morning Blues
Get On The Bus
First – Ellis Underkoffler, Lady Skipper Orchid
The Golden Hour
First – Ted Mueller, The Red Boat
In Flight & Ground Patrol
First -Ellis Underkoffler, Belted Kingfisher
Second – Dick Snyder, Squabble In The Field

“We were delighted that photograph submissions were triple that of the 2012 event and many photographs represented Maryland and Virginia this year,” said organizer JuneRose Futcher. “Special thanks to Rehoboth Art & Framing for assisting the artists with their framing and materials.  For many artists, Delmarva On View was their first go at a photography contest and show.”

Keith Steck, winner of the amatuer best in show and first place Golden Hour, poses with his photograph. (Photo by: Deny Howeth)
Reception goers view the many photographs. (Photo by: Deny Howeth)
Ellis Underkoffler poses with one of his first place entries in the Professional division, a native plant to this area, "Lady Skipper Orchid." (Photo by: Deny Howeth)
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