The 58th annual Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival drew hundreds of artists from all over the country.
The 58th annual Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival, one of the country's oldest outdoor art festivals, featured exhibits and artwork from more than 250 artists, bringing in hundreds of patrons and art admirers to stroll around downtown Winter Park from March 17 to 19.
The artists compete in about 11 categories for thousands in cash prizes and recognition. This year's top winners were Ken Tutjamnong from Philadelphia, who won a $10,000 cash prize and the Best in Show award for his painting "River Walk;" Carolyn Cohen from Orlando, who won the Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation Art of Philanthropy Award and a $5,000 cash prize for her piece "Roots;" and David Figueroa from Sanford, who won the Morse Museum Award for a Distinguished Work of Art and a $2,500 cash prize for his sculpture "Altered Surface."
Ten artists won the Award of Excellence along with a $2,000 cash prize, 20 artists earned the Award of Distinction and a $1,000 cash prize, and 30 artists won Awards of Merit along with a $500 cash prize.
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