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The Artist Awards of the Cherry Creek Arts Festival 2016



Photos: Frank Montanez

The Cherry Creek Arts Festival, taking place over Independence Day weekend, is the annual celebration of art and artists. Special exhibits, art and culinary demonstrations and interactive family activities complement the Festival experience.

The 2016 Festival featured 260 juried artists selected from approximately 1,900 applications, with 14 artistic winners returning from the 2015 show and 5 Emerging Artists. The exhibiting artists were selected through a blind-jury process, based on artistic excellence in original, hand-crafted work, making the Festival one of the most competitive art shows in the nation.

On Sunday, July 3, 2016, the Cherry Creek Arts Festival held its annual Artist Awards event, where exhibiting artists gathered to celebrate the 2016 Arts Festival and honor the 2016 Artist Award winners. The following artists are automatically invited to return for the 2017 Cherry Creek Arts Festival:


Best of Show: Scott Hildebrandt, Emerging Artist program


2nd Place: Gabriela Horvat, jewelry

3rd Place: William Kidd, ceramics

Merit Award: Nile & Michelle Fahmy, metalworks

Merit Award: Carolina Cleere, mixed media

Merit Award: Nicolette Absil, jewelry


Merit Award: Nick Leonoff, glass

Merit Award: Robert Hessler, ceramics

Juror’s Award: Monique Rancourt, jewelry


Juror’s Award: Aaron Hequembourg, mixed media

Juror’s Award: Matthew Hemminghaus, photography

Congratulations to all of the artists on their awards and recognition at the 26th annual Cherry Creek Arts Festival!

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