Woodturner John Mascoll of Safety Harbor won the $5,000 best-of-show award at this weekend’s Mayfaire-by-the-Lake. The annual art festival on Lake Morton, sponsored by the Polk Museum of Art, continues today through 4 p.m. and Sunday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Other winners, their booth numbers and a map follow:

Awards of Excellence ($2,000 each)
• Glenn Lewis, Greeley, Co., photography, Booth #86-87
• William Kidd, Miramar, Fla., clay, Booth #105

A sample of Mascoll’s work:

Awards of Distinction ($1,000 each)
• Jack Hill, Deland, Fla., sculpture, Booth #93A
• Claudia Melchiorr, Cape Canaveral, Fla., jewelry, Booth #159
• Timothy Hall, Tampa, Fla., photography, Booth #133
• Cristina Eve, Orlando, Fla., mixed media, Booth #123

Merit Awards ($500 each)
• Garry Seidel, Davie, Fla., photography, Booth #82
• Peggy Miller, Melbourne Beach, Fla., jewelry, Booth #71
• Richard Currier, Micco, Fla., painting- oil and acrylic, Booth #93
• Jeff Eckert, Tampa, Fla., drawing and graphics, Booth #112A
• Russ Schmidt, Palm Bay, Fla., glass, Booth #146A
• Chelsea Smith, Casselberry, Fla., drawing and graphics, Booth #58A

Honorable Mentions ($250 each)
• Glenn Woods, Palm Harbor, Fla., clay, Booth #164
• Mina Heuslein, Port Orange, Fla., clay, Booth #55
• Lorrie Mason, Tampa, Fla., jewelry, Booth #148
• Lawrence Packard, Winter Haven, Fla., drawing and graphics, Booth #121
• R.L. Alexander, Celebration, Fla., painting- oil and acrylic, Booth #9

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