Toronto, Canada, March 13, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- The International Gallery Of The Arts (IGOA) had the great honour of hosting their largest craft exhibition to date. The Top 40 "Open" Craft Contest provided them with exceptional talent. Forty of these entries were included in the Top 40 "Open" Craft Exhibition. This exhibit is based online and includes a 2D and 3D show of craft work. IGOA appreciated the innovative and creative pieces that were received and are honoured to exhibit these works on an international level.
The best of show winner of the contest was awarded to Debra Kirk for her textile creation "Mardi Gras Kaleidoscope." Second place was given to Jacob Sullivan for his Light Box piece "The Bamboo Garden" and third place went to Uwe Beckendorf for his fashion creation "Civil War Era Ball Gown." The winners received solo promotion via IGOA's website and social media outlets with the Best of Show artisan receiving additional exposure via their homepage for one month.
IGOA is always grateful for the outstanding talent that participate in their monthly contests. They look forward to hosting another extraordinary craft show next month when they showcase their "Made in Wood" Exhibition.
For more information about IGOA's winners, artists, contests & exhibitions please visit: www.international-gallery.org