89th Annual Award Winners Exhibition at NSS Gallery


On November 14, the 89th Annual Award Winners Exhibition will open at the NSS Gallery in New York City. The exhibition is a showcase of the award winning sculptures from the 89th Annual which had been on view at Brookgreen Gardens in South Carolina from August through October.  In August, a Jury of Awards convened to choose the prize winners and this year included:  Eugene Daub, FNSS; Kaitee Floyd, Owner Cheryl Newby Gallery (Pawleys Island, SC); and Bryan Rapp, Sculptor.  The 89th Annual Award Winners Exhibition will be on view through January 27, 2023.  The seventeen prize winners in the exhibition are:


NSS Gold Medal and Charlotte Geffken Prize of $4,000
Exaltation by Emmanuel Fillion

NSS Silver Medal and Maurice B. Hexter Prize of $3,000
Duality Column by Richard MacDonald, FNSS

NSS Bronze Medal and John Cavanaugh Memorial Prize of $2,000
Walking Down the Railway by Varvàra Fern, NSS

The André Harvey Award of $2,500
Home Is Where You Find It by Stefan Savides, NSS

The Anna Hyatt Huntington Award of $1,000 and a Brookgreen Medal
Red Queen by Jeremy Bradshaw, NSS

Fred and Cheryl Newby Patrons Award of $1,000
Oneira:  Muse of Dreams by Kristine Poole, NSS

Marcel Jovine President’s Prize of $1,000
Visions of Farewell by Jeremiah D. Welsh, NSS

Marilyn Newmark Memorial Award of $1,000
The Finalist by Walter Matia, FNSS

The Susan and Robert Polack Prize of $1,000
So, This is Life: Memento Mori by Andrew Etheridge

Marion and Gilbert Roller Memorial Prize of $1,000
Sea Nymph by LeRoy Transfield, FNSS

Pietro and Alfrieda Montana Memorial Prize of $750
Jaguar Moon by Martin Gates, FNSS

Agop Agopoff Memorial Prize of $500
Icarus by William Pupa

Ortmayer/Corcoran Teacher Inspiration Award of $500
Little One by Susan Wakeen

Jane B. Armstrong Memorial Award of $400
Young Bull by Douglas Aja, NSS

Margaret Hexter Prize of $300 
New Eyes by Peregrine O’Gormley, FNSS

Edith H. and Richman Proskauer Prize of $300
Mother Earth by Zofia Chamera

Beverly Hoyt Robertson Memorial Award of $200 and Gloria Medal
The Itch by Deanna Rae C. Montero