Winners From Fulton Art Association’s First Photography CompetitionPosted on Jan 9, 2014
At the Fulton Art Association’s first Photography Competition held on August 3-4, 2013 at the Fulton Municipal Building, every adult and child who attended our show was allowed to vote for their favorite piece from all of the entries in the show. The winner of that public vote is awarded the Viewers’ Choice Award and receives a ribbon and prize comparable to the judge’s Best of Show award.
Tim Markert, of Central Square, won the public’s choice for this award with his color, landscape photograph, Ontario Sunset on the Rocks. He received a ribbon and $50 award.
Second place was a tie between Kathryn Mihalek’s (Fulton) color, animal photo of Kaan, a tiger from the Burnet Park Zoo, entitled Face to Face with Kaan and Tim Markert’s color, landscape photo entitled Wehle at Sundown.
Third place was a five-way tie between Jeanne King’s (Fulton) Mine, mine, mine and Shades of Fin (People category), Tim Markert’s Chittenango Falls (Nature/Landscapes), Kim Rossiter’s (Fulton) Gabriels (Nature/Lanadscapes), and Nancy Swan’s (Phoenix) Fire in the Clouds (Nature/Landscapes).
Fourth place went to Alex McCombie (Fulton) for Morning Graze in the animal category which won the judge’s Best of Show.