Elizabeth Borowsky of Andrews won Best in Show for her ceramic works.

Winners have been named for the 17th annual Art Market at Historic Honey Horn, held April 27-28 at the Coastal Discovery Museum on Hilton Head Island.

Best in Show was Elizabeth Borowsky of Andrews, who works in clay.

Second place went to Samuel Yao, a fiber artist from Ann Arbor, Mich.

Third place was awarded to Beth Tockey Williams of Edisto Island, whose pastels were impressive.

Awards of Merit were given to: David and Veronica Bennett, glass, from Meadows of Dan, Va.; Shelby Dillon, oil and acrylic, from Durham, N.C.; Karen Langley, oil and acrylic, from Columbia; Adeline Mazyck, sweetgrass baskets, from Mount Pleasant; Amanda McLenon, oil and acrylic, from Daniel Island; Marcee Musgrove, mixed media 2-D, from Bloomingdale, Ga.; Kathy Oda, glass, from Beaufort; Murray Sease, oil and acrylic, from Bluffton; Willard Smith, photography, from Beaufort; Barbara Umbel, jewelry, from Indian Harbour, Fla.

Kristen Watts of Charlotte, N.C., was this year’s judge. Watts has worked in the arts for 20 years, both as a consultant and a key staff member for several museums. Currently, she is a freelance art consultant and founder of Art Re|Solved.

This year’s Art Market showcased works in the following media: oil, acrylic, watercolor, mixed media 2-D and 3-D, sculpture, photography, pastel, ceramics, wood, fiber arts, glass, metal and jewelry.

For more information, call Robin Swift at 843-689-6767, ext. 224 or visit coastal discovery.org.