Seattle artists Victoria Haven (open medium) and Matthew Offenbacher (painting) are the recipients of the 2013 Neddy at Cornish art awards. Haven and Offenbacher each receive $25,000 and will have a show at Cornish College of the Arts from Sept. 4-Oct. 19. Sean Elwood, director for programs and initiatives at the Creative Capital Foundation in New York, selected the winners.
Finalists for the Neddy — named for painter Ned Behnke, who died in 1989 — each receive $1,000 and their work will also hang in the Cornish show. They are: Emily Gherard, Andrea Heimer, and Robert Yoder in painting; and Julie Alpert, Jack Daws, and Dan Webb in open medium.