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2018 SPONSOR (PURCHASE) AWARDS

M&T Printing Group

LIFE SIZE AFRICAN PYGMY FALCON FEMALE
Decorative, life-size with habitat, no prey allowed
$3,500.00 plus a Rosette.

Ontario Die Company

BELTED KINGFISHER FEMALE
Decorative, life-size with habitat
$3,000.00 plus a Rosette

Dan and Patricia Meloche Purchase Award

MINIATURE NORTHERN CARDINAL MALE
Must be 3"- 4" with habitat
Decorative Male in full breeding plumage with habitat
$1,200.00 plus a Rosette.

David Ricci Award

SINGLE CHAMPAGNE WATERFOWL
Soothie, any species (includes Ducks, Geese, Swans, Loons and Grebes)
$400.00 plus a Rosette
The bird must fiit totally within a 3.5 inch (90mm) circle.
Groups of feathers may be defined, i.e. tertials, scapulars, side pockets etc.
No texturing is allowed. No restrictions on painting.

SPONSOR (PURCHASE) AWARD RULES AND REGULATIONS

  1. While the Sponsor Awards are open to all carvers, they are intended for those whose work has reached a high level of expertise.
  2. Unless otherwise specified, carvings are to be life-size, in breeding plumage as well as textured and painted.
  3. Carvings, including the pattern and the habitat (where specified), are to be the carver's original design and concept.
  4. Judging will be based on accuracy, artistry, creativity, essence of the species and quality of carving.
  5. Permission is granted to show winners to compete at "The Worlds".
  6. Cash prizes ($150.00 and $75.00 Canadian $) and a Ribbon will be awarded to the second and third place carvings respectively.
  7. Entry Fee: See the Registration link
  8. The General Rules, Regulations, and Entry procedures for the Open Class apply.
  9. To assure the purchaser receives a quality carving, a first place may not necessarily be awarded (at the discretion of the judges)

 

 


 

Created Aug., 2017 by P. McLaren based on work from Barkhouse Photography