The American Medallic Sculpture Association has announced the winner of the 2019 American Medal of the Year award. -Editor
"Breakout" by Michael Meszaros
The American Medallic Sculpture Association (AMSA) is pleased to announce that the winner of the 2019 American Medal of the Year (AMY) award is
"Breakout" by Michael Meszaros. Three additional medals were deemed worthy of Honorable Mention—"Hedy Lamarr," for the Jewish-American Hall of Fame,
by Eugene Daub, "Robin Salmon, Curator of Sculpture at Brookgreen Gardens" by Dan Kraus, and "False Announcement" (that Harriet Tubman would replace
Alexander Hamilton on $20 bills) by Art Ellis. For information about availability and prices, contact: Michael Meszaros at firstname.lastname@example.org, Eugene Daub at email@example.com, Dan
Kraus at dan@KrausArt.com, and Art Ellis at firstname.lastname@example.org. A record
number of 48 medals were submitted for the 2019 AMY award, according to jury chairperson, Mel Wacks.
"Hedy Lamarr" by Eugene Daub
"Robin Salmon, Curator of Sculpture at Brookgreen Gardens" by Dan Kraus
"False Announcement" by Art Ellis
All American medalists are welcome to participate in the AMY Award competition, as well as all AMSA members throughout the world. All of the
entries can be viewed at
www.amsamedals.org. Medalists as well as collectors can join AMSA on their web site; dues are $40 in USA and
Canada, $50 elsewhere.
Wayne Homren, Editor
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