Wednesday, June 7, 2017
TOP JOB AWARDS 2017
February 06, 2017 PRESS RELEASE
Matthew and Karine Maynard of Maynard Studios, Inc. of Lawrenceburg, KY win five awards in international metalcraft competition.
LOUISVILLE, KY- Matthew and Karine Maynard, President and Vice President of Maynard Studios Inc. of Lawrenceburg, KY have won five awards for outstanding craftsmanship in an international competition sponsored by the National Ornamental and Miscellaneous Metals Association (NOMMA). The event was open to over 530 member firms throughout the U.S. and over a dozen foreign countries.
The Maynard's won:
The Gold TOP JOB Award in the Furniture & Accessories- Forged;
The Gold TOP JOB Award in Art/Sculpture;
The Gold TOP JOB Award in Interior Railings- Forged;
A Silver TOP JOB Award in Gates/ Doors- Non-forged;
and earned one of the first two, (it was a tie!) awards for their artistic balustrade interior hand forged railings
These entries were designed and created by the Maynards for private clients and Apiary's Fine Catering event space in Lexington KY.
The presentation was made at a special event in San Antonio, TX Sunday February 5th, 2017 during NOMMA’s annual convention.
The Ernest Wiemann Top Job Awards Competition is an annual contest that recognizes outstanding work in the ornamental and miscellaneous metals industry.
To win an award, entrants must submit photos and a description of their work. The material is then publicly displayed in a gallery where NOMMA member firms are given the opportunity to vote. Winning a Top Job award has special meaning, since it represents the “voice of approval” from industry peers.
NOMMA, headquartered in Forest Park, GA, is the trade association for the metals industry. Products produced by NOMMA members range from railings to driveway gates and include sculpture to light structural steel.
To reach Maynard Studios, call (502) 859-3170, see more of their work at www.maynardstudios.com, or join them on Facebook. To view winning entry, visit www.nomma.org and click on > Top Job Galleries