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28th Annual Outdoor Juried Art Festival


28th Annual Art Festival

Saturday and Sunday
February 8 & 9 from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Mizner Park was alive with creative crafts and artworks for the Boca Museum of Art’s 28th Annual Outdoor Juried Art Festival on Saturday and Sunday, February 8 and 9. This year’s festival included over 200 artists from across the United States, displaying a lively, inventive, and exciting array of works in a variety of styles and mediums.

Ten artists were given special recognition and cash prizes for their works, with one awarded Best in Show and nine Merit awards presented on Saturday. The show was juried by Museum curator, Marisa Pascucci, who awarded the top prize to sculptor Estella Fransbergen, from LaCrosse, Indiana. Fransbergen creates sculptures of the human torso from clay and porcelain, embellished with semi-precious stones and other materials.

“Evaluating and selecting art is one of the most enjoyable roles of being an art curator,” said Pascucci. “While I am often invited to judge art competitions and exhibitions via a digital process or through a blind gallery walkthrough, nothing compares to the enjoyment of walking amid a fair of over 200 booths and speaking with the artists. The great number of talented and innovative artists was impressive and made for many satisfying hours of looking and contemplating to select Best in Show and nine Merit Award winners.”


Best in Show
Estella Fransbergen Sculpture LaCrosse, IN
Merit Awards
Richard Auger Photography/Digital Orlando, FL
Marvin Blackmore Ceramics/Pottery Durango, CO
Keith Bradley Sculpture Plantation, FL
Rachel David Sculpture New Orleans, LA
Michel Delgado Mixed Media Key West, FL
Jeff Eckert Graphics/Drawing Tampa, FL
Jeffrey Nelson Crafts/Wood/Fiber New Windsor, NY
Molly Strader Jewelry Perrysburg, OH
Jean Yao Crafts/Wood/Fiber Ft. Lauderdale, FL



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