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On the next few pages you will see all the wonderful bottles made by the contestants of the Bottles of Hope Challenge 2002 that was held at the recent Southern Connecticut Polymer Clay Guild Clay ConneCTion. The judges were Marie Segal, Jody Bishel, and Leigh Ross, and the prize for Best in Show, pictured here, was provided by Jody Bishel. Here at PCC we commend everyone who devoted their time and creativity to this most charitable of efforts, and we know your beautiful work will truly bring hope to those who receive them.

For more information on the Bottles of Hope Project, click here for our initial coverage article, or contact Tracy Van Buskirk, National Coordinator, Bottles of Hope Project at bottlesofhope@hotmail.com.

We would also like to recognize all of the artists who contributed, so if you see your piece on the picture pages, please email Stephen with the bottle number(s) and your name and any category name you may have won, and we will add the information to the photo pages.

Category Winners of the 2002 Bottles of Hope Challenge

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Winner #1
Best Floral:
Tracy Van Buskirk

Winner #2
Best Translucent:
Dawn Naylor

Winner #3
Best Juvenile Design:
Sue Rankin

Winner #4
Most Innovative:
(Judges' Choice Category):
Ann Orlomoski

Winner #5
Best Masculine Design:
Genevieve Ciavarelli

Winner #6
Best Use of Color:
Jennifer Bickerstaff

Winner #7
Best Use of Canes:
Dawn Naylor

Winner #8
Alternate View

Most Humorous:
Vicki Wulwick

Winner #9
Best Faux:
(Runner Up Best of Show)
Dee Riou

Winner #10
Michele Raffaele

Winner #11
Alternate View

Best Animal:
(Best of Show)
Diane Villano

Winner #12
Best Disguised Bottle:
Terry Hudson

Click Here for More Bottles of Hope!

Photos by Leigh Ross
©2002


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