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See the Winning Ehtries Here!

~ Selected Entries ~


The international panel of jurors selected these works from a group of 499 artists and almost 1000 entries; 56 works were chosen. The exhibition was held July 26 - September 28, 2003 at Grounds For Sculpture. Congratulations to the winners.

Here they are in alphabetical order:

Michael Acker: Dingus
Boyes Hot Springs, CA
Gary Ambrose: Blue Closure
Denmark, ME
Kathleen Ariatti Banton: Brushing the Sky
New Orleans, LA
Robbie Barber: Southern Cross
Waco, TX

Ross Bell: Premium Carpet Strip
Toronto, ON Canada

Olivia Bernard: Bound
Leverett, MA

Elizabeth Burger: Reversal
Westminster, MD

Jason Butler: The Brothers
Eureka, CA

Harriet G. Caldwell: Stair Bed
Harwinton, CT

Marja Ponkka Carpenter: Cranberry
Alexandria, VA

Joe Chirchirillo: Fish out of water
Jersey City, NJ

Rachel Clark: What Children Hear
Philadelphia, PA

Amy Stacey Curtis: Fragile
Gray, ME

Shayne Dark: Spin
Hartington, ON Canada

Bob Emser: Bob's Path
Eureka, IL

Gene Flores: Morning Quartet
Plainfield, MA

Tobias, R. Flores: Untitled
Carbondale, IL

Victoria Fuller: Safety Satellite
Chicago, IL

Amy Gerhauser: Shed
Tyler, TX

Drew Goerlitz: Comprimo
Beltsville, MD

Judith Olson Gregory: Uncertain Journey:
Chance or Choice

Rochester, NY

Alice Grievo: Construction
Bronx, NY

Michael Hansel: Male Balding Pattern
Newport, RI

Cynthia Harper: Span
Millville, PA

Richard A. Heinrich: American Flyer
New York, NY

Jim Henderson: The Woodpile
Hanover, MA

Tracy Heneberger: Wick
Brooklyn, NY

Jonathan Hils: Buoy
Norman, OK

Jane Ingram Allen: Tree Skins
Troy, NY

JinMan Jo: The Struggle for Life
Iowa City, IA

Matt Johnson: Superior Essex
Jersey City, NJ

Lynne Johnson: Crevice
Bolton, MA

Erick C. Johnson: X-Plane?
Fort Collins, CO

Yvette Kaiser Smith: Unfeigned
Chicago, IL

Ray Katz: Celebration
Pontiac, MI

Todd Lantz: Awkward Innocence
Gosport, IN

James Lawton: Locust II (Living…Time…)
East Lansing, MI

Billy Lee: The Wall
Greensboro, NC
Helen Lessick: Yeast (House of Manna)
Los Angeles, CA
Carole Loeffler: Pinky Binky Caught
Carbondale, IL
Nancy Lovendahl: The Sheik & The Rabbi,
From the Egg Series

Snowmass, CO
Maria Lupo: Porca Miseria
Roseland, NJ
Abigail Newbold: Struggle
Blemont, MA
Davide Pan: Dependable Axe
Vancouver, BC Canada
Vanessa Paschakarnis: Facing the Sky (Masks)
Halifax, NC Canada
Henry Richardson: Tikkun
Easthampton, MA
Debra Sachs: Warrior
Gloucester City, NJ
Gale Sasson: Elizabeth Eckford
Jersey City, NJ
Mary Ellen Scherl: Monumental Women
Tenafly, NJ
Kathleen Schneider: Spin
Burlington, VT
Foon Sham: Bio-morphic Form
Springfield, VA
Lucy Norman Spencer: To Earth
Arlington, VA
Meg Walker: Rural Architecture: Presenting Barns
Charlotte, VT
Sara Waters: Patience
Lubbock, TX
Matthew Weber: Hollow Cedar Shim Construction
Unionville, CT
Catherine Widgery: White Whispers
Truro, MA

About the 2003 ISC Member Juried Exhibition:

The International Sculpture Center proudly presents the 2003 ISC Member Juried Exhibition in partnership with Grounds For Sculpture. This exhibition presents a unique opportunity for the ISC to showcase some of the outstanding work of its diverse, international membership in the world-class setting at Grounds For Sculpture.

The 2003 ISC Member Juried Exhibition is being held in conjunction with Grounds For Sculpture's 2003 Summer Exhibition and will occupy the two primary indoor exhibition spaces at the sculpture park: the Museum Building and the Domestic Arts Building. A full-color catalog will accompany the exhibition. The exhibition was held July 26 - September 28, 2003 at Grounds For Sculpture.

About Grounds For Sculpture:

Grounds For Sculpture, a public, nonprofit organization, was established in 1992 to promote a greater understanding of and appreciation for contemporary sculpture by organizing exhibitions, publishing scholarly catalogues, and offering a variety of educational programs to the public. The sculpture park's 35 landscaped acres are located on a site that was formerly a part of the New Jersey State Fairgrounds. The park includes two 10,000 square-foot, glass-walled indoor exhibition buildings -- the Museum Building and the Domestic Arts Building -- which house rotating exhibitions.

The 2003 ISC Member Juried Exhibition continues Grounds For Sculpture's tradition of introducing works from professional sculptor's groups over the summer months. It also represents the culmination of a partnership with the ISC which began in 2001 with Grounds For Sculpture hosting two ISC exhibitions: the 2001 Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Awards, and Selections: Works from the ISC Board. For additional information, please visit


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