On My Own Time

Artist Joseph Stoll with his Best of Show photo Lamentation

Joseph Stoll poses with his color photo, “Lamentation,” voted Best of Show for 2014

Winners of the 2014 On My Own Time Exhibit

Syracuse University faculty and staff were honored for their artistic contributions at the closing reception of the On My Own Time (OMOT) exhibition on May 14 at Hendricks Chapel. Judges from Syracuse University and a panel of professional artists from CNY Arts chose 17 out of 114 pieces of art for special mention. Some 49 SU employees contributed work in a variety of media, including photography, ceramics, drawing, metalwork and glasswork.

Artists’ work chosen by the CNY Arts judges for inclusion in the Everson Museum of Art Exhibit October 11-November 16:

  • “Neighborhoods,” Mixed Media, Roxanna Carpenter
  • “Tea for Two,” Ceramics, Mary Evans
  • “Moroccan Colors,” Color Photography, Sam Gorovitz
  • “Vividarium,” Oil Painting, Peter Irvine
  • “Portabella Bowl,” Ceramics, Ray Kowalski
  • “Intimations from Other Galaxies,” Fiber Art, Rachel May
  • “The Green Isle,” Beaded Embroidery, Jackie Meadows
  • “Bicycle in Germany,” Color Photography, Kathleen Pascarella
  • “Joy,” Acrylic Painting, Beth Sotherden
  • “Leaf on the Wind,” Sculpture/Metalwork, Fred Wellner
  • “Sandhill Cranes,” Printmaking, Jennifer Zalewski

Pieces singled out by the SU judges as favorites:

  • “Grey Wolf,” Color Photography, Kelley Parker
  • “Deerskin Natural Edged Bag,” Leatherwork, Jim Dewitt
  • “Bella Barbara,” Oil Painting, Peter Irvine
  • “Eurydice II,” Metalwork, Michael Kalish
  • “Moonrise at Sunset,” Acrylic Wash, Laura Wellner

Joseph Stoll’s color photograph, “Lamentation,” was voted “Best of Show” by visitors to the exhibition.

“On My Own Time” is a creation of CNY Arts and Onondaga County, in cooperation with the Everson Museum of Art. It was developed as a community arts program to bring visibility to the creative skills of people employed in local businesses. SU is proud to participate in the 41st year of this program.