Local artists and art lovers filled the streets of downtown Windermere for the third annual Windermere Art Affair on Saturday, March 3, and Sunday, March 4.
Dozens of artists displayed their work in downtown Windermere on Saturday, March 3, and Sunday, March 4 for the third annual Windermere Art Affair. Artists from all over Central Florida and a few from out of the state showcased and sold their work and competed for honors.
Best of show was awarded to Terry Mamounas; first place was awarded to Helen Avalon; second place was awarded to William Oistad; third place was awarded to Hua Tung; and three honorable mentions were given to Chris Carr, Ward Sieglar and Sohpia Paleotheodoros.
Recognitions were award to other artists as well. Colleen Ardaman was recognized as “Most Supporting Artist” and Angee Ferrin was recognized as “Most Creative Artist.” Cristiam Ramos and Christine Peloquin were both recognized as “Most Original Artist.” Noreen Coup and Ivaldo Robles were both recognized as “2019 Featured Artist” for next year’s Art Affair. Loren Berry was recognized as “Most Up-and-Coming Artist” and Marianne Tolentino was recognized as “Most Colorful Artist.”