Annual Wellfleet Guidebook Cover Competition

This year the Wellfleet Chamber of Commerce is hosting the 2021 Annual Guidebook Cover Competition…virtually.  

In lieu of a gallery exhibit and reception at the Wellfleet Public Library, contest entries are displayed on this webpage to give our Chamber community an opportunity to view the show and cast a virtual ballot for the 2021 cover.

Ballots cast by Wellfleet Chamber members will determine the winners. First place will adorn the 2021 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.

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 October 9-29 and the winners will be announced via Chamber e-blast on Friday, October 30. If you are not on our Chamber email list, click here to sign up.

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

Enjoy the show!

THIS YEARS 2021 GUIDEBOOK COVER

Competition Entries

1. Lisa Palladino, Clamming, oil paint on wooden panel, 24 x 24 inches

2. Catherine Hess, Sunny Day at Indian Neck, oil, 10 x 10 inches

3. Danielle Leventhal, Lieutenant’s Island, oil on canvas, 30 x 40 inches

 4. Fred Kaviliar, Beach Hut at Lecount Hollow, photograph, 18 x 26 inches 

5. Susan Grabowski, Duck Harbor, oil on canvas, 32 x 24 inches

6. Marilyn Cook, Blessing of our Fleet, photograph, 8 x 10 inches

7. Thomas Steiner, Main Street Wellfleet, Watercolor, 12 x 16 inches

8. Frank Morgan, Family Outing, oil, 16 x 20 inches

 

9. Lee Ann Fanning, Wellfleet Town Pump, oil pastel, 10 x 8 inches

10. Neil Collins, 60th Anniversary National Seashore, acrylic on board, 10 x 16 inches

 

11. Julia Cumes, Wild Wellfleet, photograph, 11 x 11 inches

12. Celeste Woodes Koper, Cannon Hill,oil, 24 x 30 inches

13. Walter Dorrell, Great Beach Hill, plein air watercolor, 15 x 11 inches

 

14. Glenn Guillemette, Peaceful Harbor, photograph

15. Larry Salveson, Wellfleet Kayaks, digital painting, 24 x 16 inches

 

16. Karst R. Hoogeboom, Castles Made of Sand, photograph, 12 x 17 inches

17. Cheryl Donovan, Wellfleet Harbor Sunset , photograph, 8 x 10 inches

 

18. Karol B. Wyckoff, ICE JAM, watercolor, 21 3/8 x 14 3/8 inches

19. Molly Kasakoff, Floating, photograph, 5 x 7 inches

20. Krista Frodigh, Wellfleet Bay, film photograph, 8 x 10 inches

21. Bill Westervelt, Wellfleet by the Sea, oil, 11 x 14 inches

22. Karen Regan, Wellfleet Color, digital photograph

23. Lukas Scott, Great Island Sunset, photograph, 24 x 36 inches

24. Pat Steiner, Clamming on Indian Neck, Watercolor 23 x 19 inches

25. Bill Madden, Wellfleet Harbor, digital photograph

26. Lee Ann Fanning, Ebbing Tide, oil pastel, 9 x 12 inches

27. Rosalie Acinapura, Uncle Tim’s Bridge, Duck Creek. Photograph, 11 x 14 inches

28. Frank Morgan, Ladies On The Beach, oil, 12 x 16 inches

29. Cheryl Donovan, Great Island, photograph, 8 x 10 inches

30. Susan Grabowski, Mayo Beach, acrylic, 9 x 12 inches

31. Thomas Steiner, Hatch’s Fish Market,Watercolor, 12 x 16 inches

32. Karen Gausch, Wellfleet Woods Tree Scene, acrylic on canvas, 24 x 24 inches

33. Marilyn Cook, Uncle Tim’s Bridge & wild flowers bathed in light, photograph, 8×10 inches

 

34. Dianne Longchamps, White Cedar Swamp Trail, oil on canvas. 18 x 24 inches

35. Michael Hilbig, Mooney’s, watercolor, 12 x 16 inches

36. William Pomeroy, Oyster in the Sky, photograph, 11 x 16.5 inches

37. David Thompson, Wellfleet Strong, oil on canvas, 14 x 18 inches

38. Bill Madden, Great Island, digital photograph

 

39. Neil Borrell, Duck Creek, pen & ink. 8.5 x 11 inches

40. Pat Steiner, Before The Storm, Watercolor , 12 x 16 inches

41. Laura Jonasse, Solo Surfer, photograph, 5×7 inches

42. Walter Dorrell, Tidal Flow, Herring River, plein air watercolor, 15 x 11 inches

43. Glen Guillemette, Summer Harbor, photograph

44. Karen Gausch, Beach Scene, acrylic on canvas, 24 x 24 inches

45. Krista Frodigh, Deb by Wellfleet Bay, film photography, 8 x 10 inches

46. Michael Hilbig, Uncle Tim’s Bridge, watercolor, 12 x 16 inches

47. Cindy Cocivera, Duck Creek, photograph

48. Cathy Laccetti, Wellfleet Clam Digger, acrylic , 12 x 12 inches

49. Rosalie Acinapura, A Spot of Color at Duck Creek, photograph, 11×14 inches

50. Dianne Longchamps, Uncle Tim’s Bridge, oil on paper, 8 x 8 inches

51. Laura Jonasse, Ready Set Go! photograph, 5 x 7 inches

52. Larry Horowitz, Boats At Old Wharf Landing, oil on linen, 20 x 46 inches

53. Julia Cumes, Wild Harvester, photograph, 12 x 8 inches

54. Molly Kasakoff, Wellfleet Gems, pastel, 5 x 10 inches

55. Larry Salveson, Painting at Lecount Hollow, Digital Painting, 24 x 16 inches

56. Karol B. Wyckoff, TIME OUT, watercolor, 14 x 19 inches

57. Karst R. Hoogeboom, The Perfect Day, photograph, 12 x 15 inches

58. Laura L Pietropaolo, After Dinner Stroll, photograph, 8 x 6 inches

59. Carl W. Lawson, Fox & Crow in Morning Light, acrylic on canvas, 12 x 16 inches

60. Lukas Scott, Together, photograph, 24 x 36 inches

61. Danielle Leventhal, Lieutenant’s Island No. 2, oil on canvas, 34 x 50 inches

62. TylerAnn Mack, Wellfleet Harbor, oil, 10 x 10 inches

63. Cindy Cocivera, Sunset over Frying Pan Gallery, photograph

64. Neil Borrell, Wellfleet Boats, pen & ink. 8.5 x 11 inches

ARTISTS

Past Cover Winners

2020

Wellfleet Harbor Sunset, photograph
Maureen Dalby

2019

Moorings, acrylic on canvas
Paul Suggs // The Works Gallery

2018

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

2017

Wellfleet Morning, oil on canvas
Paul Schulenburg // Addison Art Gallery

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 forty plus years ago to support artists in “The Art Gallery Town”– and so it was important for us adapt the model to continue its legacy.

Each year thousands of copies of the Guidebook are printed and distributed to visitors in Wellfleet and across the Cape Cod region, and available virtually on our website, thus providing the winner a unique opportunity to share their artwork with a wide audience.