The Port of Bellingham is inviting the public to view winning selections in its Georgia Pacific Mill Site Art/Photography Contest, currently on display at the Bellingham Cruise Terminal.
There were 13 winners in both professional and amateur categories. About half of them are on display near the Leap Frog Water Taxi office and the other half in the Halibut Henry’s Cafe space.
The terminal building, located at 355 Harris Ave. in Bellingham, is open daily from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.
The contest was designed to involve the community in the changing visual landscape of the Georgia Pacific site and capture those changing views for history, according to a port announcement.
In addition to being on display at the cruise terminal, the entries are also online at http://www.portofbellingham.com/gallery.aspx.
Professional Category Winning Entries
-“Factory by the Bay” by Candace Buethorn, Best of Show
-“Changing Fortune’s” by Joe Lalonde, Best of Subject
-“Progress” by Joe Lalonde, Best of History
-“While You Were Sleeping” by Peggy Shapiro, Best of Texture
Amateur Category Winning Entries
– “Dust to Brick to Dust” by Jonathan Sureau, Best of Show
-“History in Puddles” by Damian Vines, Best of Subject
-“Ready for Collapse” by Todd Edison, Best of Color
-“Georgia Pacific Reflections” by Joel deWaard, Best Sense of Place
-“Brick by Brick” by Damian Vines, Best of Texture
-“GP Receiving” by Kenni Merritt, Best of Legacy
-“Daunting Task” by Kathy Sible, Best of History
-“Southbound” by Kenni Merritt, Honorable Mention
-“The Bridge” by Kenni Merritt, Honorable Mention