Earl Senchuk is a self-taught multi media artist who, over the past twenty five years, has won a number of art awards at Annual LSAA Members’ Juried Art Competitions, the DeVos Gallery, and Wm. Bonifas Fine Arts Center. Earl was nominated the "Outstanding Visual Artist 2011" of Marquette County by the Marquette Arts and Culture Center. Earl also won "Project of the Year 2011" in an international competition for Decorative Art in Concrete at the 2012 World of Concrete Trade Show in Las Vegas, NV (See photo of yellow rose fountain above). Earl’s art mediums include various clays, welded metals, watercolor, wire, fiber, concrete, and living foliage. His works are on display in various locations around Marquette, Michigan and at the Michigamme Moonshine Art Gallery in Michigamme. Known for diversity, his experience extends into inventions. While president of Senco, Inc, Earl designed and manufactured a range of products including a patented portable ice fishing shanty, hunting blinds, and home hobby greenhouses for sale through mass merchandisers as well as well known nationally distributed catalog companies like Cabelas and Gander Mountain. His popular art shows titled the "Eclectricity" series were held at the Marquette Arts and Culture Center in the Peter White Public Library. Earl is the winner of the Community/Business Improvement Award by the Marquette Beautification and Restoration Committee for his “Supertunia Trees” on display at the Marquette Welcome Center in Marquette, MI.