Cape Gazette

Lewes holds fourth annual Tulip Festival

Photography contest winners listed
Apr 19, 2013
Photo by: Steven Billups Shown are (l-r) Valerie Cordrey, owner of East Coast Garden Center, Theresa Hargrove and Sharon Dardine.

The Lewes Chamber of Commerce partnered with Lewes in Bloom, the Lewes Historical Society, Lewes Parks & Recreation Commission, the Zwaanendael Museum and the Historic Lewes Farmers Market to present the fourth annual Lewes Tulip Festival April 13.

The multifaceted event featured Tiptoe to the Tulips trolley tours, a photography contest, games at the Zwaanendael Museum, plant sales in Zwaanendael Park and a quilt exhibit at Mares Bears at the Beacon Motel. East Coast Garden Center kept busy in Zwaanendael Park selling plants.

Photograpy Contest winners

Grand Prize –Fred Schiding - “The Old Barn” (Lewes Architecture category)

Tulip Category

First Place – Bruce A. Clayton - Untitled

Second Place – Robin Ray - “Rag Top Beauty”

Third Place – Ron MacArthur - “Window Tulips”

Lewes Architecture Category

First Place – Sue Ingram Keller - “Plank House Joints”

Second Place – Sue Ingram Keller - “The North Face”

Third Place – Sue Eberhart - “Fish and Fowl”

Lewes Landscape Category

First Place – Deny Howeth – “Cape Henlopen Mushroom Macro”

Second Place – Agata Glodzik– Untitled

Third Place – Chet Poslusny – “Wind Power”

Quintessential Lewes Category

First Place – Bruce A. Clayton – Untitled

Second Place – Chet Poslusny - “British Carshow Wheels”

Third Place – Keith Mosher - “Kings Hwy Barn”

Lewes Pets Category

First Place – Linda Schiding – “Friends Sharing”

Second Place – Sue Ingram Keller – “Bella”

Third Place – Keith Steck– “Elsa”

Local Food Category

First Place – Sue Eberhart – “Squash”

Second Place – John Hoyt– “Candy Shop”

Third Place – Sue Ingram Keller – “On the Half Shell”


The Cape Artists were out painting in Zwaanendael Park. Shown amidst the tulip plantings in the park is painter Gerilyn Gaskill. (Photo by: Steven Billups)
Tulips graced many of the businesses in downtown Lewes, like these plantings in front of The Buttery. (Photo by: Steven Billups)
Colorful tulips were on display all along Second Street, like these in a planter in front of Chatlaine’s. (Photo by: Steven Billups)
Lined up trying to drop the ring on the bottle in a game called Hook the Grog Bottle at the Zwaanendael Museum are (l-r) Richard Hybyk, Henry Dambra, Louis Dambra and Gary Keith. (Photo by: Steven Billups)
The 4th Annual Lewes Tulip Festival Photography contest received 105 entrants from 37 photographers in six subject categories: Tulip, Lewes Architecture, Quintessential Lewes, Local Food, Lewes Pets and Lewes Landscape. Shown is the winner of the Grand Prize, Fred Schiding with his photo called “The Old Barn.” (Photo by: Steven Billups)
Winning first place in the Tulip Category was Bruce Clayton with his untitled photo of a tulip in black and white. (Photo by: Steven Billups)
Winning first place in the Lewes Landscape Category was Deny Howeth with her “Cape Henlopen Mushroom Macro.” (Photo by: Steven Billups)
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