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Art In The Wild:
Naturally Inspired Trailside Creations
Sponsored by: The Friends of Wildwood, Dauphin County Parks & Recreation and The Burg
WWart1404WindowsofPerception300dpi.jpgApril 8 - October 31, 2017
Dawn to Dusk
Wildwood Park
100 Wildwood Way
Harrisburg, PA 17110
 
Theme: Transition
 
Note: Art pictured is by
Beau MacGinnes
2017 1st Place Winner
 

Art In The Wild
was conceived with the goals of presenting quality outdoor art using natural materials, providing educational opportunities and community involvement. The works of art are composed of mostly natural materials to blend with Wildwood’s nature setting. The project was open to all. The exhibit is one more way to bring awareness to Wildwood’s mission – preserving, enhancing and interpreting the Park’s resources.

Are you interested in participating in the 2018 Art In The Wild Exhibit? Download next year's application here - AITW 2018 Application.

 

Winners of the 2017 exhibit include:
1st Place - Beau MacGinnes with Windows of Perception (Site #4)
2nd Place - Eve Gurbacki & Adrianne Zimmerman with When Trees Dream (Site #11)
3rd Place - Sean Rafferty and Katlyn Goodyear with Equus Caballus (Site #2)

Honorable Mention:

The Enchanted Village of Wildwood by Rodney and Zachariah Roush (Site #8)
Move Me by Molly Swisher (Site #12)

Watch the video produced by film students at CASA of the 2017 exhibit. 
Watch the video produced by film students at Central Dauphin East for the 2014 exhibit.
Watch the video produced by film students at CASA of the 2013 exhibit. 
 
VOTE for your favorite installation in this year's People's Choice! Just click the vote button!


 
2017 Participating Artists
 
 
Site 1:  Camryn Kelly
Camryn is a senior at Central Dauphin High School, plays field hockey and has taken multiple art classes throughout high school.
 
Site 2:  Sean Rafferty and Katlyn Goodyear
Sean is a senior at Central Dauphin High School and will be attending Centenary University in Equine Studies. Katlyn is also a senior at Central Dauphin and will be attending the Pa. College of Technology in Architecture.
 
Site 3:  Jamie Eberl
Jamie is a civil engineer who spends her free time engaging in artistic pursuits and exploring the outdoors. 
 
Site 4:  Beau MacGinnes
Beau is Gallery Curator at Zeroday Brewing Co. in Harrisburg and has enjoyed creating his Art In The Wild installations since its inception.
 
Site 5:  Giulian Carciopolo
Giulian is a senior at Central Dauphin High School where he has taken 3-D art classes since his freshman year.  His interests include pottery, expressive figures, plaster carving and transitional structures.

Site 6:  Christine Quimby and Paul Martz
Christine and Paul are a married couple who enjoy creating art together when they are not working for the Commonwealth of Pa.
 
Site 7:  Cynthia Hardwicke and Justin Pettingell
Cindi’s and Justin’s many family woodland hikes have inspired them to share the mystery and magic that they imagine exists in the wild.

Site 8:  Rodney and Zachariah Roush
Rodney and Zachariah are a father/son duo from Susquehanna Township.

Site 9:  Sue Shade and Corina Jablonski
Sue enjoys working with her hands, especially art projects and gardening.  Corina is a local artist who admires flora and fauna.
Site 10:  Sam White
Sam is a third year student studying Interdisciplinary Sculpture at the Maryland Institute College of Art.  His practice focuses on investigating dichotomies through material.
 
Site 11:  Eve Gurbacki and Adrianne Zimmerman
Eve and Annie met drawing portraits in major amusement parks and over the years have bonded over their love of art and nature.      www.evegurbacki.com       www.adriannezimmerman.com
Site 12:  Molly Swisher
Molly lives in Mt. Gretna, Pa. with her husband and four hound dogs, and teaches Communication Arts in Lancaster.
 
Site 13:  Debra Cowl
A resident of Camp Hill, Pa., Debbi is an artist, musician and educator, and has exhibited and studied at the Art Center School and Galleries in Mechanicsburg, Pa. 
 
Site 14:  Raymond Curanzy III
Raymond is excited to experience anything as joyful and restorative as the woodworking by which he makes his living.  themerrywoodsmen@gmail.com
 
Site 15:  James Rovito
James is a senior at Central Dauphin High School and enjoys hiking and exploring forests.
 
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