Spring Coloring Contest Winners! 

Color The Silly Moose Picture with a Chance to Win $75!

For Residents of Onondaga County Ages 7-12

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1st Place Winner

2nd Place Winner

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3rd Place Winner

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Honorable Mention

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Honorable Mention

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Honorable Mention

Contest Judges 

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Diane achieved an A.A.S. in Theatre and Graphic Arts at OCC (1992). She has published her own poetry book, Naked Feathers, and a 13 song CD, Carnival Rain and other Slices of Life (CD Baby). As a writer she has been published nationally, both as  a freelance and technical writer, and recently established a book company dedicated to sharing her legacy of family stories, and art work. The Moose image, created by her late brother Chris "Sticks" Bostick serves as the first coloring contest image for this first Spring Contest in Central New York, 2021.

Diane Bostick

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Rob Hartle is a Graphic Designer and Musician originally from Potsdam, New York. Rob became interested in computers and graphic design after serving six years in the U.S. Army Band. Upon earning a degree in advertising design and printing, he worked for seven years as a graphic designer for Messenger Post Newspapers in Canandaigua, NY, followed by three years at a dining & entertainment magazine in Syracuse. Now self-employed, Rob currently provides all types of digital media services for Central New York businesses.

Robert P. Hartle

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Andrew graduated from SUNY Fredonia with a B.A. in Animation and Illustration. He has worked artistically for Animotion, Inc. of Syracuse, and the magazine "Salt City Syndicate" His ultimate goal is to be a full time artist, applying his teaching, illustration, animation and film skills.

Andrew Skinner

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Emma Tran received her BFA from SUNY Oswego. She paints oil on canvas and uses organic shapes and lines in her large pieces. Emma is drawn to natural color palettes that take influence from music and landscapes in upstate New York. Not limited to artwork, she cuts and dyes hair for family and also uses her visual training to curate plant collections for herself and friends. 

Emma Tran