Award Winners,
National Juried Exhibition 2020

Best in Show:




Letterpress, risograph, and digital print methods


First Runner Up:

Sue Carrie Drummond

Alterations: Collar

Cotton blowout on overbeaten abaca handmade paper and screen print 


Three Morgan Conservatory Awards for Excellence:

Kyle Chaput

Bundle IV




Pam McKee

Finding My Way

Waxed, burned kozo paper brushed with kakishibu dye, hand twisted kakishibu dyed kozo thread.


Suzanne Glémot


Typographic, relief, and pressure printing on handmade papers from overbeaten abaca and cotton fibers; ink, marigold dye, and linen thread. Polymer

image plates rendered from hand-painted negatives. Pamphlet-bound accordion book. 


Viewer’s Choice Award:

Stay Tuned - Viewer's Choice Award will be voted on by visitors throughout the duration of the exhibition. 

Click on the slideshow to learn more about each award winning work.

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Suzanne Glémot, Marigolds

"Quiet as it's kept, there were no marigolds in the fall of 1941." This is the opening sentence of Toni Morrison’s first novel, The Bluest Eye, published in 1970. Where they grow, flowers and plants are written into the story as recurring symbols of safe prosperity.