Annual Wellfleet Chamber Guidebook Cover Competition

The Annual Guidebook Cover Competition is virtual again for 2022!

Artists were invited to submit work of an easily recognizable Wellfleet scene that will be featured on the cover of the 2022 Wellfleet Chamber Guidebook. Each year 20,000+ of copies of the Guidebook are printed and distributed, giving the winning artist a unique opportunity to share their work throughout the region. 

Ballots cast by Wellfleet Chamber members will determine the winners. First place will adorn the 2022 Guidebook, while second and third place will receive recognition in the printed Guidebook, including an image of their artwork. Individuals who are not members of the Chamber will determine the winner of the “popular vote,” which will also be acknowledged in the printed Guidebook. Learn more about supporting the Chamber and becoming a Friend, and make your vote count.

Remember, the Guidebook Cover must be easily recognizable as being in Wellfleet. Please review the following “How to Choose the Guidebook Cover” information before casting your vote.

The Competition Art Show will be on display through October 28 and the winners will be announced via Chamber e-blast and social media on October 29. 

You will find the link to cast your ballot at the bottom of this webpage.

Enjoy the show!

2021 Guidebook Cover Competition

Artwork Entries

1. Colin McGuire
Wellfleet by the Sea
acrylic on canvas
12 x 24 inches
McGuire Gallery, Provincetown

2. Caren Zane
Horseshoe Crab
watercolors with ink and goldleaf
11 x 14 inches (unframed)
Drift, Wellfleet

3. Lee Ann Fanning
Summer On Mayo Beach
oil pastel
8 x 10 inches
Celeste Fine Art, Wellfleet

4. Celeste Woodes Koper
Blackfish Creek
oil, 24 x 24 inches
Celeste Fine Art Gallery, Wellfleet

5. Dianne Longchamps
At the Harbor
oil on canvas
18 x 20 inches

6. Catherine Hess
Late Afternoon, Cahoon Hollow
oil, 16 x 12 inches (unframed)
The Works Gallery, Wellfleet

7. Deb Felix
Fall Serenity
photograph

8. Susan Grabowski
One Day in July, Newcomb Hollow, Wellfleet
oil on panel
16 x 20 inches

9. Marilyn Cook
Autumn Sunset at Duck Harbor
photograph
10 x 10 inches

10. Doug Bennett
The Fox and Crow House
oil on canvas
9 x 12 inches
AMZehnder Gallery, Wellfleet

11. Carl Lawson
House on Ocean View Drive
acrylic on canvas panel
12 x 16 inches

12. Elaine Eklof
Mayo Beach
watercolor
6 x 18 inches
Wellfleet COA

13. Molly Kasakoff
Wellfleets
pastel
12 x 12 inches
ChicShells Cottage, Orleans

14. Larry Horowitz
Tall Grasses with Uncle Tim’s Bridge
oil on linen
27 x 42 inches
Cove Gallery, Wellfleet

15. Frank Isik
Wellfleet Shellfishery
photograph

16. Paul Suggs
Off Mayo Beach
acrylic on panel
14 x 21 inches
The Works Gallery, Wellfleet

17. Annie Kane O’Connor
Newcomb to the Right
acrylic on wood panel
9 x 12 inches

18. Jane McGinty
Harbor Sunset
oil on canvas
6 x 6 feet
Preservation Hall, Wellfleet

19. Rosalie Acinapura
Wellfleet Shellfishing
photography
8 x 10 inches

20. Thomas Steiner
Wellfleet Marketplace
watercolor
12 x 16 inches
Eastham Artist Guild

21. Walter Baron
Kerosene Shed, Mayo Beach
photograph
12 x 16 inches
Frying Pan Gallery

22. Fred G. Higham
Low tide at Mayo Beach
photo-digital illustration
8.75 x 11.5 inches

23. James Grossi
Mayo Beach at Wellfleet Harbor
oil, 18 x 24 inches

24. Neil Borrell
Wellfleet Harbor
pen & ink watercolor
8.5 x 11 inches

25. Caren Zane
Wellfleet Oyster
watercolors with ink and goldleaf
11 x 14 inches (unframed)
Drift, Wellfleet

26. Jane McGinty
Afternoon on Blackfish Creek
oil on canvas
4 x 5 feet
Preservation Hall, Wellfleet

27. Lee Ann Fanning
Sky Burst
oil pastel
12 x 24 inches
Celeste Fine Art, Wellfleet

28. Kathrine LeTourneau
Main Street
photograph
5 x 7 inches

29. Susan Grabowski
Mud Flats, Wellfleet
oil on cradled panel
11 x 14 inches

30. Frank Isik
Sailboat in Wellfleet Harbor
photograph

31. Dianne Longchamps
Lieutenant’s Island
oil on canvas
20 x 20 inches

32. Jinelle Sherry
Pond View
photograph

33. Elaine Eklof
Marshland
watercolor
6 x 8 inches
Wellfleet COA

34. Fred Kavalier
Wellfleet Preservation Hall at night
digital photograph
3690 x 2768 pixels

35. Frank Morgan
Making a Sand Castle
oil painting
12 x 16 inches
Burdick Art Gallery, Wellfleet

36. Larry Horowitz
Around the Bend
oil on linen
22 x 62 inches
Cove Gallery, Wellfleet

37. Kathrine LeTourneau
Wellfleet Day
photograph
5 x 7 inches

38. Marilyn Cook
Whimsical daisies framing Uncle Tim’s Bridge
photograph
10 x 10 inches

39. Wendi Smith
White with Foam
pastel
8 x 10 inches

40. Molly Kasakoff
Jetty
photograph
8 x 10 inches
ChicShells Cottage, Orleans

41. Neil Borrell
Duck Creek Wellfleet
pen & ink watercolor
8.5 x 11 inches

42. Colin McGuire
Wellfleet Dreaming
acrylic on panel
11 x 14 inches
McGuire Gallery, Provincetown

43. Rosalie Acinapura
Uncle Tim’s Bridge
photography
8 x 10 inches

44. Frank Morgan
Ladies on the Beach
oil painting
12 x 16 inches
Burdick Art Gallery, Wellfleet

45. Walter Baron
The Wellfleet Oyster
photograph
12 x 16 inches
Frying Pan Gallery

46. Thomas Steiner
Bring In the Catch
watercolor
12 x 16 inches
Eastham Artist Guild

47. Wendi Smith
Diamonds at Dusk
pastel 12 x 16 inches

48. Jinelle Sherry
On Wellfleet Time
photograph

49. Fred G. Higham
Full Moonrise at Wellfleet Harbor
photograph
8.75 x 11.5 inches

50. Lauren Plocharski
Sunset over Great Island
photograph
4 x 6 inches

Artists

Past Cover Winners

2021

Karol B. Wyckoff, TIME OUT, watercolor

2020

Maureen Dalby, Wellfleet Harbor Sunset, photograph

2019

Paul Suggs, Moorings, acrylic on canvas. The Works Gallery, Wellfleet 

2018

Larry Horowitz, Sandbars Wellfleet, oil on linen. Cove Gallery, Wellfleet

from the Wellfleet Chamber

Thank you for your support of this annual contest.

The Annual Guidebook Cover Competition is a long-standing Wellfleet Chamber tradition that began 40+ years ago to support artists in “The Art Gallery Town”.

Each year thousands of copies of the Guidebook are printed and distributed to visitors in Wellfleet and across the Cape Cod region, and we are proud to support artists and provide the winner a unique opportunity to share their artwork with a wide audience.