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Online Members Show 2021

  • March 01, 2021
  • Full Exhibition Online - Award Winners & more

Each year, the Pennsylvania Watercolor Society provides an opportunity for its members to showcase their work online. Members have a chance to sell their work and to compete for 15 cash prize awards. 

View the details of the event on the Online Members Show page

2021 Online Member Show Award Winners 

  • FIRST PLACE: “Cookies Ain’t Just for the Big Guy” by Ona Kingdon 
  • SECOND PLACE: “Pasta Girl” by Charles Rouse 
  • THIRD PLACE: “Time Slot” by Denny Bond 
  • FOURTH PLACE “Zebra Lunch” by Teresa Cromwell 
  • FIFTH PLACE: “Twin Sons of Different Mothers” by R. Mike Nichols  
  • HONORABLE MENTIONS: (in no particular order) 
    • “Izzy” by William Perry “Backstreet of Portofino” by Shirley Kleppe 
    • “The World Fades Away” by Kathleen Giles 
    • “Dock of Despair” by Frank Wengen 
    • “Men at Work” by Eileen Sudzina 
    • “Tiffani” by Chris Misencik Bunn 
    • “Jean in a Yellow Hat” by Pam Wenger 
    • “Reflections, Brussels Linen Shop” by Kris Preslan 
    • “Little Fish” by Sarah Bent
    • “Square in Front of Salute” by Sih Shian Wu

Juror of Awards – Dorrie Rifkin

Juror’s Bio: An Englewood, NJ, resident, Dorrie Rifkin paints from her passions. Thirty years’ experience as an award-winning art director ignited and cemented a life-long love affair with typography. Her other passions -- music, New York City, and family – are palpable in her work. Every painting has a personal story. “I’m lucky to live near the City, and spend a lot of time there,” Rifkin says. “Usually, I bring a camera or sketchbook. Running out of things to paint would mean that I am not doing much of anything with my life.” Every painting has a personal story. Her paintings have won more than 60 prizes, many in international and national juried shows, and are exhibited in private collections, worldwide. Dorrie was featured in the article “Ones to Watch,” Watercolor Artist (December 2010), and her work was selected for Splash 14, 15, 17,18, 19 and 20. Her painting, “Leaving the Highline” was selected for the cover of Watercolor Artist magazine (February 2015). She is a signature member of the Transparent Watercolor Society of America, and the Northeast, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, New Jersey and Baltimore Watercolor Societies.

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