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ICAN T-Shirt Contest

Vote for your favorite in the
2020 ICAN T-Shirt Contest:

The 2020 ICAN T-Shirt contest is ready for your vote! Below is the 5 finalists for the 2020 ICAN T-Shirt contest:

 

Angelika Bondar

Lee Middleman

Michael Vorisek

Jordan Kushins

Erika Houghton

 

The ICAN staff chose five finalists from the entries and now you get to vote for the winning design, plus the shirt color you want to see the design printed on. Pick something that you would want to wear around town. Or pick something you could see your friends wearing in the studio!

Preview the choices below, then cast your vote in Survey Monkey! It’s that simple. Voting will last for only one week (August 07–August 14, 2020). VOTE TODAY!

 

 


2019 ICAN T-Shirt Contest winning design:

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The winning design was created by ICAN member Michael Vorisek. Congratulations to Michael!

Meet the winner…

Biography:
With my wife of 29 years, I homestead a 30-acre plot of Penn’s woods, and together we have raised 4 amazing kids. I graduated from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania with a BA in Art Education, and this year will mark my 30th year teaching fine art, graphic design, photography, and ceramics at the high-school level. I received my introduction to ceramics at Edinboro under the guidance of the renowned ceramic artist Steve Kemenyffy. I am currently building a portfolio of my work, making decorative functional ceramics at my home studio in anticipation of an early retirement and the next phase of my life…as a maker.

To learn more about Michael, visit his website here.


2018 ICAN T-Shirt Contest winning design:

2018 ICAN T-Shirt Contest:

The winning design was created by ICAN member Kelli Sabin. Congratulations to Kelli!

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Meet the winner:

Biography:
Illustrative and sometimes whimsical animal drawings best describe the work of Kelli Johnson Sabin. Being raised in an artistic family, having a mother who taught ceramics, and growing up on a farm in northern Illinois all greatly influenced her work. Kelli’s parents encouraged her and provided opportunities for her to explore various media beginning at a young age. Although graphite with watercolor, oils on canvas, and handbuilding clay are her favorites, she can be found enjoying ink, fiber, and mixed media also. Kelli has won numerous awards and her work can be found in many private and corporate collections. After earning a BFA from Rockford University and having a professional art career that has spanned nearly 30 years, Kelli now teaches Studio Art and Ceramics I & II at the high school level. She is excited to encourage, promote, and foster creativity in the next generation of artists while still having the opportunity to be artistic herself.


The winning T-shirt is on sale on the Ceramic Arts Network Shop page!

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Past ICAN T-Shirt Designs