CCAD grads & faculty show their work at Ohio State Fair Fine Arts Competition
The Ohio State Fair Fine Arts Competition receives more than 2,000 entries each year, but only a fraction will be accepted in the juried exhibition.
Of that fraction, this year a number are Columbus College of Art & Design alumni and faculty. In the Professional category, they include: Sandra Aska (Fine Arts, 1964), Kelley Booze (Fine Arts, 2009), Christopher Burk (Fine Arts, 1999), Assistant Director of Graduate Studies and Master of Fine Arts Assistant Professor Molly Jo Burke (Fine Arts, 2006), Georgie Cline (Fine Arts, 2002), Susanne Dotson (Master of Fine Arts, 2019), Jennifer Dunlap (Advertising & Graphic Design, 1993), Clair Farris (Media Studies Still-Based, 2007; MFA 2017), David Flege (Illustration, 1985), Forge Garrabrant (Fine Arts, 2019), Quintin Gleim (MFA, 2019), Nathan Gorgen (MFA, 2012), Michael Guinane (Illustration, 2000), Bruce Hull III (Advertising & Graphic Design, 1998), David Lane (Illustration, 1989), Marc Lincewicz (Illustration, 1992), Fashion Design Adjunct Faculty Celeste Malvar-Stewart, Nicole Massy (Fine Arts, 2019), Fine Arts Professor Kathy McGhee, Bill Meyer (Illustration, 2003), Illustration Adjunct Faculty Evangelia Philippidis (Illustration, 2009), Beeler Gallery Registrar Marla Roddy, Denise Romecki (Fine Arts, 1976), Jason Routson (Fine Arts, 2008), Carolann Snyder (Fine Arts, 1985), Jennifer Sowders (Illustration, 1994), Crystal Tursich (MFA, 2012), and George (Tym) Tyler (Fine Arts, 1984).
In the Amateur category, they include: Robert Becker (Illustration, 1979), Laura Bova (Industrial Design, 1994), Camille Laret (Animation, 2022), Minnie Lucas (Photography, 2020), and Brooke Ripley (Fine Arts, 2021).
Fine Arts Competition artists not only have their opportunity to show their work to the estimated 40,000 visitors who visit the exhibition in a given year, they are also eligible for cash and prizes.
CCAD was among this year’s exhibition sponsors, offering gift certificates to Continuing & Professional Studies classes as part of the $20,895 in awards for this year’s winning artists.