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Hudgens finalist Ryan Steele recently exhibited a series on aplanned Catholic community.

Hudgens finalist Ryan Steele recently exhibited a series on aplanned Catholic community.

The Hudgens Center for the Arts has announced the four finalists for its 2015 Hudgens Prize, a competition open only to Georgia artists. The winner will receive $50,000 and a solo show at the Hudgens.

The finalists are:

 BETHANY COLLINS, Atlanta. Multimedia conceptual art.

Collins, who was featured in ArtsATL’s 30 under 30 series, recently completed a residency at the Studio Museum in Harlem.

SCOTT INGRAM, Atlanta. Painting, drawing, sculpture, design.

Ingram, who was also a Hudgens finalist in 2010, is among the grantees of MOCA GA’s 2013–14 Working Artist Project.

RYLAN STEELE, Columbus. Photography and video.

Steele recently exhibited a series of photos about Ave Maria, a planned Catholic community in Florida.

ORION WERTZ, Columbus. Painting and illustration.

Wertz writes and illustrates his own books.

Each will receive a $1,500 stipend to defray expenses for a group show, April 7 to June 27.

The jury consisted of Shannon Fitzgerald, executive director of the Rochester Art Center, Minnesota; Buzz Spector, professor of art, Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Arts, Washington University, St. Louis; Hamza Walker, associate curator, the Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago.

From Orion Wertz' book, The Trentford Hotel

From Orion Wertz’s book The Trentford Hotel

 

 

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