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Chamber announces arts fair winners

Geneva resident and pastel artist Pamela Hamilton, left, winner at the Geneva Arts Fair, poses with Geneva Chamber of Commerce President Paula Schmidt.
Geneva resident and pastel artist Pamela Hamilton, left, winner at the Geneva Arts Fair, poses with Geneva Chamber of Commerce President Paula Schmidt.

Geneva Chamber of Commerce has announced the 2018 Geneva Arts Fair winners.

Judging took place July 28 and winners in 2D and 3D were awarded recognition and a cash prize. 2018 judges were David Frydrychowicz and Scott Lebin.

The 15th annual Geneva Arts Fair drew a crowd of more than 20,000 over two days. More than 150 artists participated in the event from around the nation.

Two dimensional winners included Jeff Benson – Painting (Orland Park), Mel Fleck – Printmaking-Etching (Louisville, Ky.), Pamela Hamilton – Pastel (Geneva), Jason Pavolonis – Photography-Color (Jackson Hole, Wyo.)

Three dimensional winners included Nicole Brin – Other (Cotopaxi, Colo.), Terry Evans – Wood (Overland Park, Kan.), Raymond Kobald – Sculpture (St. Charles), Lisa Mote – Glass-Fused (Newborn, Ga.)

The 16th annual 2019 Geneva Arts Fair will take place July 27 to 28.

Visit genevachamber.com for information.

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