• "Childhood Anxiety"
  • First Place: "Childhood Anxiety" assemblage sculpture by Joseph Aiuto
  • Image Credit: Chrysler
  • "Convergence"
  • Second Place: "Convergence" acrylic painting by Shannon Jones
  • Image Credit: Chrysler
  • "Our Hands Do More Than Just Build Cars"
  • Third Place: "Our Hands Do More Than Just Build Cars" composite image by Shan Haq
  • Image Credit: Chrysler
  • "Green With Yellow and Amber"
  • "Green With Yellow and Amber" blown glass by James Donnellon
  • Image Credit: Chrysler
  • "Russell Industrial Center"
  • "Russell Industrial Center" photograph by Ron Perry
  • Image Credit: Chrysler
  • "Woda Kan"
  • "Woda Kan" ceramics by Jon Wendryhoski
  • Image Credit: Chrysler
  • "Hilary"
  • "Hilary" oil painting by Sherry Richards
  • Image Credit: Chrysler
  • "Sting City at Twilight"
  • "Sting City at Twilight" wood turning by Kenneth Kiernicki
  • Image Credit: Chrysler
  • "Imported From Detroit"
  • "Imported From Detroit" metal sculpture by Thomas Favazza
  • Image Credit: Chrysler
  • "Qutub Minar"
  • "Qutub Minar" photograph by Sabrina Dao
  • Image Credit: Chrysler
  • "Nadi Girl"
  • "Nadi Girl" pastel and charcoal drawing by Chaka Kpotufe
  • Image Credit: Chrysler
  • "Agate Necklace Pendant"
  • "Agate Necklace Pendant" jewelry by Joseph Aiuto
  • Image Credit: Chrysler
  • Joseph Aiuto
  • Joseph Aiuto
  • Image Credit: Chrysler
  • Shan Haq
  • Shan Haq
  • Image Credit: Chrysler
  • Shannon Jones
  • Shannon Jones
  • Image Credit: Chrysler

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