Jack Gaughan Award

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In full, the Jack Gaughan Award for Best Emerging Artist. Named in honour of artist Jack Gaughan and often referred to simply as the Gaughan Award, this is presented annually by NESFA, the New England Science Fiction Association, to an artist who has achieved professional status within the past five years. The winner is selected by a panel of judges. In practice, the qualification "within the past five years" seems to be applied fairly elastically; Richard Hescox, for example, had been painting book covers professionally for some fifteen years before recognition by the Gaughan Award judges, Stephen Hickman for about a decade, and so on. Even so, some of the choices have been very perceptive. [JGr]

  • 1986: Stephen Hickman
  • 1987: Val Lakey Lindahn
  • 1988: Bob Eggleton
  • 1989: Dell Harris
  • 1990: Keith Parkinson
  • 1991: Richard Hescox
  • 1992: Jody Lee
  • 1993: Nicholas Jainschigg
  • 1994: Dorian Vallejo
  • 1995: Bruce Jensen
  • 1996: Charles Lang
  • 1997: Lisa {SNELLINGS-CLARK}
  • 1998: Donato Giancola
  • 1999: Brom
  • 2000: Stephen Daniele
  • 2001: Mark Zug
  • 2002: Terese Nielsen
  • 2003: Martina {PILCEROVA}
  • 2004: Justin Sweet
  • 2005: Adam Rex
  • 2006: Scott M Fischer
  • 2007: Dan Dos Santos
  • 2008: Shelly Wan
  • 2009: Eric Fortune
  • 2010: Tyler Jacobson
  • 2011: no award
  • 2012: no award
  • 2013: no award
  • 2014: Sam Burley
  • 2015: no award
  • 2016: Tommy Arnold

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