The judges' picks for Best Tableau from the Albright-Knox’s Collection or AK Public Art include North Tonawanda Intermediate for their re-creation of John Miró's Carnaval d'Arlequin (Carnival of Harlequin), 1924–25; Galvan Kleinmartin for his re-creation of Thomas Le Clear's Buffalo Newsboy, 1853; and Elizabeth Brown for her re-creation of Marisol's Tea for Three, 1960 (complete with tea for free!).
The judges' picks for Best Craftsmanship include Nichols School for their re-creation of Stuart Davis's New York Waterfront, 1938; St. Mary's High School for their re-creation of James Ensor's The Intrigue, 1911; and Cydele Duquette for her re-creation of Frida Kahlo's Self Portrait Dedicated to Dr. Eloesser, 1940.
The judges' picks for Most Creative Entry include John F. Kennedy Middle School for their re-creation of Thomas Le Clear's Buffalo Newsboy, 1853; Holland High School for their re-creation of Cassius Marcellus Coolidge's A Friend in Need, 1903; and Malachai Miller for his re-creation of Michelangelo's David, 1501–04.
Thank you to all of this year's participants, sponsors, and volunteers for continuing to make Art Alive such a fun and successful event!