of Past Juried Shows - 2009
- Updated on October 21, 2009
- The Watercolor Society of North Carolina
has announced the results of its "64th Juried Exhibition"
being held at Sunset River Marketplace in Calabash, NC, on view
through Nov. 30, 2009. This year's juror for the competition
and guest artist was Steve Rogers from Ormand Beach, FL. Seventy-five
artists have been juried into the 2009 exhibition. After exhibiting
at Sunset River Marketplace, the show will travel to the Page
Walker Arts & History Center in Cary, NC, and will hang there
through December, when it will move to the Hickory Museum of
Art, which is the host site for the 2010 Annual Exhibition. It
will hang there for six weeks. The results are as follows: First
Place: Brunswick Electric Member Corp Award ($1,250) and Hall
Digital Printing Award ($500 value) was given to Richard Siegel,
for "Running Stream"; Second Place: Wilmington Art
Association Award ($850) and Hall Digital Printing Award ($250
value) went to F. Charles Sharpe, for "Painter's Table";
Third Place: Waterway Art Assoc. Award ($600) and Hall Digital
Printing Award ($125 value) went to Freeman Beard, for "Firestation
13"; Fourth Place: Wells Fargo Advisors Award ($500) was
presented to Ann Vasilik, for "Orvieto, Umbria, Italy";
Fifth Place: Waterway Art Assoc. Award ($400) went to Judy Rider,
for "Morning Light"; Past Presidents Award ($400) was
given to Kate Worm, for "Hands On Ankle"; Georgia A.
Newton Memorial Award ($300) went to Lewis Wallace, for "Above
Rainbow Falls"; Edwin & Mildred Voorhees Memorial Award
($300) went to Dixie Leibert, for "High and Dry"; Alice
Johnson LaRoque Stott Memorial Award ($300) was given to Joe
Miller, for "Too Damn Cold To Milk"; Sallie T. Griffin
Memorial Award ($300) was awarded to JoAnn Staat, for "Key
West Beggars"; Emerging New Artist Award in memory of Jack
Newton ($200) went to Nancy Schulte, for "Pat's Gift";
and Richard W. Tripp Memorial Award - Best Landscape ($200) went
to David Kessler, for "Clemmons Milling". The Keep
the Arts Alive Award went to Cedar Gove Middle School ($2,000
value, Cheap Joe's Art Stuff) and North Brunswick High School
($2,000 value, Cheap Joe's Art Stuff). Purchase Awards: Timberlake
Arts In the School Purchase Award and Gift of Original Artwork
to the School from the Bob and Kay Timberlake Foundation went
to Bolivia Elementary School which will receive JoAnn Staat's
"Key West Beggars". For further info about this exhibit
call 910/575-5999 or visit (www.MySpace.com/Sunset RiverMarketplace).
- Winners in the first "Carolina's
Got Art!," juried exhibition were announced during the
opening event held at Atherton Mill in Charlotte, NC, on Oct.
2, 2009. Best In Show was awarded to Jon Wald of Charlotte for
his wall sculpture entitled "Crash Boot Camp' which featured
a creative use of recycled computer components and lights. The
$2,500 top prize was presented to an elated, twenty-year old
artist who was surprised and honored by the prestigious recognition.
The $2,000 First Place award was captured by Nathaniel Lancaster
of Mecklenburg County, NC, for his large oil on canvas painting
entitled "Are You Shooting Yourself in the Foot or Shooting
Yourself in the Face?" The 60" x 66" painting
was one of two pieces from Lancaster which was accepted into
the exhibition. Wilfred Spoon of Mt. Pleasant, SC, was presented
a $1,500 (Second Place) check for his painting entitled, "A
Wonderful Bird is the Pelican" which captured the juror's
attention. Spoon's painting was based upon a limerick he learned
from his father during his childhood. Charlotte architect and
painter, Murray Whisnant, won Third Place recognition and a check
for $1,000 for his 60" x 60" oil on canvas painting
entitled, "Red Maple with White". Honorable Mention
awards were presented to Michael Gentry of Rock Hill, SC; Michael
Slattery of Greenville, SC; Paul Martyka of Rock Hill, SC; and
John Wofford of Charlotte, NC. The high quality of work allowed
Brice Brown, juror for the exhibition, the opportunity to select
four non-prize winners to receive the "Juror's Nod"
designation for exceptional work. Recipients were Daphne Dwyer
of Charlotte, Janet Link of Raleigh, NC; Thomas Teague of Raleigh,
NC; and Cindy Taplin of Winston Salem, NC. During the opening
event approximately eight-hundred attendees were treated to music
by the twenty-voice Renaissance Singers of Charlotte. On Saturday
morning following the opening event Brice Brown conducted an
open discussion of the selection process he went through to construct
the exhibition. A catalogue of winners and other pieces accepted
into the competition can be seen at (www.carolinasgotart.com).
"Carolina's Got Art!' was sponsored by Elder Gallery in
Charlotte. For further info call 704/370-6337 or visit (www.elderart.com).
- The Florence Museum of Art, Science and History
in Florence, SC, is presenting the "SC Watermedia Society's
32nd Annual Member Exhibition", on view through Nov.
29, 2009. The SC Watermedia Society has announced the award winners
from this exhibition. Pat Dews, AWS, NWS, who served as juror
of the exhibition, has named the top 30 selections. The show
features 60 visual art pieces from artists across the state of
South Carolina. The results are as follows:
Best of Show ($1000) In Honor of Pollie Goodson Bristow, Friends
of the President Award and additional Merchandise Award donated
by M. Graham and Co. went to Claire Farrell, Columbia, for "Belly
Dancer". The other top 30 awards included: Husbands, Wives
and Friends of Artists Award and additional Merchandise Award
donated by Cheap Joe's Art Stuff ($700) was given to Alex Powers,
Myrtle Beach, for "Conscience is a Nuisance"; The Jo
F. Scarborough Award ($500) went to Carolyn Epperly, Charleston,
for "Pool Angel"; Daphne and Dave Aycock Award ($500)
went to Carole Knudson Tinsley, Greenville, for "Spirit
Land"; Mr. and Mrs. Banks Scarborough Award ($500) was given
to Barbie Mathis, Lexington, for "How Long Must I Wait?";
Bristow Family Award ($500) went to Anne Hightower Patterson,
Leesville, for "Remembering Pink Ribbons and Blue Skies";
Friends of Carol Ann Rose Memorial Award ($450) was awarded to
Carrie Burns Brown, Greenville, for "Harmony"; Past
President's Award ($300) went to Maura Kenny, Pawleys Island,
for "Foreclosure"; Friends of Jack Dowis Award, given
by the Lynda English Gallery and Helen Quarles ($250) went to
Anna Kay Singley, Prosperity, for "Home Tweet Home";
Florence Visual Arts Guild Award ($250) went to Kate Lagaly,
Myrtle Beach, for "Indigo Invocation"; Bristow Oil
Company Award ($250) was given to Steve Garner, Simpsonville,
for "Keowee Nightscape"; Allen Armstrong Award, in
Memory of Mary Sims New and in Honor of Randolph New Armstrong
($250) went to Jackie Wukela, Florence, for "Shadai II";
Victor's Bistro Award ($200) went to Lynda English, Florence,
for "Starry Night"; The Lena Massara Memorial Award
($200) was given to Jennifer Hamilton, Rock Hill, for "In
Dreams I Run Wildly"; The Artists of Studio South Award
($200) went to Marilyn Dizikes, Hilton Head Island, for "Window
to the Soul"; State Farm Award, Lynda Edwards, Agent ($200)
went to Russell Jewell, Easley, for "Anna's Twilight";
Mr. and Mrs. Reamer King Award ($200) went to Edie Fagan, Seneca,
for "Recycling Memories"; Mr. and Mrs. Furman Brodie
Award ($200) went to Denise Waldrep, Greenwood, for "Meltdown";
Georgetown Watercolor Society Award ($200) was given to Ruth
Hopkins, Anderson, for "Kaleidoscopic Kale"; Fine Arts
Emporium Award ($200) went to Nancy Clayton, Seneca, for "Turkey
in the Straw"; City Art/Art Xpress Award ($200) went to
Barbara St. Denis, Easley, for "Time Series 139: Rumination";
Betty Robinson/Suzann Marchin Memorial Award ($200) was won by
JoAnne Anderson, Belton, for "Cousins"; Steve McCrae
Award ($150) was given to Randolph New Armstrong, Greer, for
"Highlands Meadow"; Trenholm Artists Guild Award ($100)
went to Rose Metz, Sumter, for "As the Crow Flies";
The Palmetto Group Award ($100) went to Barbara Stitt, Simpsonville,
for "The Wise One"; Seven Oaks Art League Award ($100)
went to Renea Eshleman, Cayce, for "Heron Lilies Park";
First Citizens Bank Award, Darlington Office ($100) went to Lynne
Hardwick, Summerville, for "Petroglyph IV"; Crooked
Creek Art League Award ($100) went to Harriet Goode, Rock Hill,
for "Tribute"; Olivia and Charlie McGee Award, given
by Carole and Al Tinsley ($100) went to Vickie Bailey Ebbers,
Hilton Head Island, for "Nicky, Reflecting"; and The
Brenda Phelan Award ($100) went to Dwight Rose, Spartanburg,
for "Santorini East". For further info about SCWS visit
- Recognizing Caldwell County (NC) artists
whose medium includes 2 and 3-dimensional art, the Caldwell Arts
Council in Lenoir, NC, recently hosted a competition for local
artists, "33rd Annual Caldwell Visual Artists Competition"
and awarded the following prizes: Best In Show ($250)
was given for "Ursa" by Phillip Carter; First Place
($200) was given for "Summer Lake" by Susan Powers;
Second Place ($150) went to "Louis" by Charlie
Frye; Third Place ($100) was given to "When Luck
Runs Out" by Ann Miller; Honorable Mention ($50)
went to "Oxford Farm, Lenoir" by Adeline Sauer; and
Honorable Mention ($50) was given to "Armadillo"
by Carole Childers. This exhibit is always a favorite among Gallery
attendees, and includes a wide variety of styles and media. Most
of the artwork is available for purchase. For further info call
828-754-2486 or visit (www.caldwellarts.com).
- Local, regional and national artists submitted
over 130 entries for the Arts Council of York County's
"20th Annual Juried Competition,". Thirty two entries
were selected for display in the exhibition, which are on display
in the Dalton Gallery, at the Center for the Arts in downtown
Rock Hill, SC, until Sept. 18, 2009. Frank McCauley, Assistant
Director and Curator of the Sumter County Gallery of Art in Sumter,
SC, juried the competition for the Arts Council. The winning
Best of Show (sponsored by the Arts Council) went to Michael
Henry of Charlotte, NC, for "Rhino"; 1st place
(sponsored by Elizabeth Patrick) was given to Margaret Rose of
Beaufort, SC, for "Sleeper"; 2nd place (sponsored
by Elizabeth Patrick) went to Tom Stanley and Shaun Cassidy of
Rock Hill, SC, for "Hanger"; and 3rd place (sponsored
by Elizabeth Patrick) was awarded to Meagan Chaney of Ocala,
FL, for "Journey to Outburst". Honorable Mention
awards went to Samantha Dixon of Little River, SC, for "Oma-1929";
Trena McNabb of Bethania, NC, for "Mother Earth - Happenstance";
and Selena Nawrocki of Douglas, GA, for "Contempo".
For more information, contact The Arts Council at 803/328-2787
or visit (www.yorkcountyarts.org).
- Award winners of the "56th Annual Pee
Dee Regional Art Competition" were announced at the opening
reception held at the Florence Museum in Florence, SC,
on Aug. 20, 2009. The awards are as follows: First Place
was "The Wave," a photograph by Jennifer Ervin; Second
Place was "Scream Sequence III," an intaglio print
by Treelee MacAnn; and Third Place was "Staircase
Shenanigans," a digital image/Iris print by Kathleen Pompe.
Honorable Mentions were given for "Morning Shower,"
an oil on linen by Jack Cayton; "Imprisoned," an oil
on canvas by Adam Dial; "Corridor of Shame," a mixed
media work by Carolyn Govan; and "Beauty and Its Purveyors,"
a gouache, charcoal and pastel by Alex Powers. At the opening
reception, guests had the opportunity to submit a ballot for
a People's Choice Award. This year's award went to artist
Jo Murray Owens for her mixed media sculpture, 'Hanging On By
A Thread". For 56 years, the Florence Museum has hosted
the "Pee Dee Regional Art Competition," the longest
running art competition in South Carolina. This juried exhibit
highlights contemporary works of art from a 12 county region,
which includes Florence, Darlington, Chesterfield, Dillon, Georgetown,
Horry, Marion, Sumter, Marlboro, Williamsburg, Lee and Kershaw
counties. This years Juror Beth Grabowski; faculty member of
the UNC Chapel Hill Art Department, selected 50 works to exhibit
from 220 works which were submitted. Grabowski stated, "I
was drawn to works that provided unique artistic vision; presenting
a perhaps familiar subject in a way that was not at all familiar.
I responded to works that were like an unfinished sentence, leaving
space for ideas to form and connections to the viewer's lived
experience to be made". The Trustees of the Florence Museum
are thankful to Chick-fil-A, who have sponsored this annual exhibition
since 2000. Chick-fil-A is a committed advocate for the Florence
Museum and the visual arts community. The "56th Annual Pee
Dee Regional Art Competition" will be on exhibit through
Sept. 27, 2009. For further information call the Museum at 843/662-3351
or visit (www.florencemuseum.org).
- The Berkeley Artist Guild Annual Member
Exhibition Show was held at the Berkeley County Museum, located
at the Old Santee Canal Park in Moncks Corner SC, from July 3
through Aug. 3, 2009. The exhibit had 56 entries and was juried
by Joni Purk of Charlotte, NC. The following is the results of
the show's awards:
Best of Show went to Linda Medders-Jackson for "Morning
Pastels Category: 1st - Linda Medders-Jackson for "A
Tale Untold"; 2nd - DeeDee Evans for "Tulips";
3rd - Marcia Litschewski for "Sunset Lake Moultrie";
and Honorable Mention - Trish Emery for "The End of the
Mixed Media Category: 1st - LaRon Peace for "Moon
Dancer"; 2nd - Linda Medders-Jackson for "Moonstruck;
and 3rd - Libby Comer for "Moonlit".
Drawing Category: 1st - Trish Emery for "Suite Francaise";
2nd Barbara Bennett for "Plum Beautiful"; and 3rd -
Linda Medders-Jackson for "Ashe Leigh".
Acrylic Category: 1st - Elliott West for "Hands of
Time"; 2nd - Lynn Boltin for "In the Palms"; 3rd
- Ellen Gosnell for "Flight of Fancy"; and Honorable
Mention - Mary Anne Brignac for "Murray Ferry Plantation".
Watercolors Category: 1st - Trish Emery for "Daughters
of a Noble House"; 2nd - Mary Anne Brignac for "Vegetable
Market"; 3rd - Linda Medders-Jackson for "Charleston's
Finest"; and Honorable Mention - Lynn Boltin for "Dusk
at Beresford Creek".
Oil Category: 1st - Gayle Jourdain for "Beauty and
the Sea"; 2nd - Elliott West for "Old Friend";
3rd - Ruth Griebe for "Cypress Garden Sunset"; Honorable
Mentions for Janet Dooley for "Friends" and to Ellen
Gosnell for "Old Home Place".
Other Special Awards include:
Bird award - DeeDee Jackson for "On The Farm"
Kitty Branch Award - Horace Nobles for "A Splash in the
Human Figure Award - Elliott West for "Best Buds"
Mayors Award - Elliott West for "Best Buds"
Aquatic Award - Mary Anne Brignac for "Me & My Buddy"
Emma Williams award - Jan Roach for "Cypress Gardens"
Berkeley County Museum award - Gayle Jourdain for "November
in New England"
Floral Award - Ruth Griebe for "Cypress Gardens"
Landscape Award - Janet Dooley for "Friends".
For further info visit (http://berkeleyartistsguild1.blogspot.com/).
- The City of North Charleston's Cultural Arts
Department (SC) is proud to announce the winning entries of the"2009
South Carolina Palmetto Hands Fine Craft Exhibition".
Organized and presented by the City of North Charleston Cultural
Arts Department, with assistance from the SC Artisans Center
in Walterboro, SC, this show is a component of the 2009 North
Charleston Arts Festival. After an extensive Pre-Jury Process,
forty-eight applicants were asked to participate and 131 entries
were submitted in the categories of clay, fiber, glass, metal,
wood or 3D mixed media. Award winners were selected by Juror
Cynthia Bringle, owner of Bringle Gallery in Penland, NC. Bringle
earned a BFA from Memphis College of Art and an MFA from Alfred
University. She is a painter, printmaker, ceramic artist and
gallery owner in Penland, and has taught workshops nationwide
and at Penland School for many years. She is a fellow of the
American Craft Council and a recipient of the North Carolina
Award for Fine Art. Her work is in the collection of the Mint
Museum of Craft and Design, Burlington Art Centre, and the High
Museum of Art. Announcements were made during the Artists' Opening
Reception at the Charleston Area Convention Center on May 1,
2009. Winners have received monetary awards totaling $6000, award
ribbons, and Arts Festival T-shirts. Their entries remained on
display in the Charleston Area Convention Center throughout the
duration of the North Charleston Arts Festival, May 1-9, 2009.
Pieces selected as Purchase Awards became part of the City of
North Charleston's permanent art collection. The Juror also selected
pieces to become part of the 2009/10 SC State Museum Traveling
Program which will visit various galleries, museums, and art
centers. The City of North Charleston would like to congratulate
all the winners and offer our sincere appreciation to each individual
who entered the competition. The Juror, Cynthia Bringle, made
the following statement regarding her choice for winning entries:
"The opportunity to view some very fine work has been a
pleasure. The variety is always a challenge but creative imagination
and fine craftsmanship come to the front. In evaluating, I look
at all of the entries from each person, so recognition is given
for the overall quality. Keep on with your passion for creating.
Artists selected for Best in Show and Outstanding Merit were
recognized for their overall body of work, not just a singular
The awards are as follows:
Best in Show went to Susan Lenz of Columbia, SC.
Outstanding Merits were given to: Kim Keats of Okatie, SC, and
Ben Pindarvis of Orangeburg, SC.
Honorable Mentions were given to: Lola Alston of Columbia, SC;
Arianne King Comer of North Charleston, SC; Janet Ellis of Johns
Island, SC; Pati English of Seneca, SC; Pal Gooz of Charleston,
SC; Judith Heyward of Mt. Pleasant, SC; Mary Jefferson of North
Charleston, SC; Jason Scott Luck of Charleston, SC; Barbara Miller
of Hollywood, SC; and Lee Sipe of Columbia, SC.
The City of North Charleston Purchase Award was given to Arianne
King Comer of North Charleston, SC.
Following the close of the exhibition, these selected works will
tour the state through the South Carolina State Museum's 2008/2009
Traveling Exhibitions Program. This show will be available for
sites across South Carolina to request the exhibit to tour their
facilities, thus providing additional exposure for the selected
artists. The artists had the option of offering their work for
the Traveling Exhibition. To book the exhibition, contact Jeff
Powley, Outreach Manager for South Carolina State Museum at 803/898-4921
or e-mail to (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The artists included in the Traveling Exhibition are: Lola Alston
of Columbia, SC; Michele Blank of Mt Pleasant, SC; Ward Brown
of Meggett, SC; Jillian Carway of Summerville, SC; Janet Ellis
of Johns Island, SC; Pati English of Seneca, SC; Patz Fowle of
Hartsville, SC; Martha Gomez of Charleston, SC; Pal Gooz of Charleston,
SC; Mary Jefferson of North Charleston, SC; Connie Lippert of
Seneca, SC; Jason Scott Luck of Charleston, SC; Ben Pendarvis
of Orangeburg, SC; Addelle Sanders of Charleston, SC; Angelika
Sobolewska of Greenville, SC; Kelly Thiel of Folly Beach, SC;
Dede Vergot of Edisto Island, SC; Dennis Vernon of Okatie, SC;
and Dorothy Wright of Charleston, SC.
The Cultural Arts Department is the recipient of the 2000 Elizabeth
O'Neill Verner Award for the Arts and receives support from the
National Endowment for the Arts, the SC Arts Commission, and
the corporate community. For further information call 843/745-1087
or visit (www.northcharleston.org).
- Sculpture artists from across the nation
applied to the fourth annual "National Outdoor Sculpture
Competition and Exhibition", a component of the 2009
North Charleston Arts Festival. Presented by the City of North
Charleston (SC) Cultural Arts Department, this unique, eleven
month exhibition offers established and emerging artists the
opportunity to display their thought provoking, extraordinary
sculptures, as well as compete for up to $14,750 in Exhibition
Honorariums and Awards. Thirteen sculptures were selected by
the juror, David Furchgott, founder and president of International
Arts & Artists. Once installed at the exhibition site, the
juror then selected pieces to receive awards for Best in Show,
2nd Place, and Honorable Mention. The thirteen sculptures selected
for exhibition are by thirteen artists from eight states. Division
I includes twelve sculptures that are anchored to a concrete
pad or in the grass. Division II includes one sculpture that
is secured to a concrete pedestal.
Division I includes: "Big Water Bottle Basket" - welded
steel & enamel by Jonathan Brilliant of Charleston, SC (Honorable
Mention); "Rich Sis" - corten steel and locust logs
by James Burnes of Santa Fe, NM; "Boxes in a Box" -
painted aluminum by Samuel Burns of Chattanooga, TN; "Cathedral
Arch" - corten steel by Bob Doster of Lancaster, SC; "Thoughts
Like A River" - painted aluminum by Pattie Firestone of
Chevy Chase, MD; "Suffering Passes, Having Suffered Never
Passes" - oak by James Fuhrman of Glenmoore, PA (Best in
Show); "Wave Form #5" - reclaimed dock boards by Gary
Gresko of Oriental, NC;
"Ollie's Buoy" - steel and concrete by Roger Halligan
of Chattanooga, TN (2nd Place); "Personal Space" -
steel by Hanna Jubran or Grimesland, NC; "Where Have I Come
From, What Will I Leave Behind" - forged & fabricated
steel, copper & cast iron by Corrina Sephora Mensoff of Atlanta,
GA (Honorable Mention); "Ker-Plunk" - painted steel
by Adam Walls of Red Springs, NC; and "Triangle Tango"
- welded corten steel by Bob Turan of Earton, NY (Honorable Mention).
Division II included: "Orion's Pyramid" - hand forged
steel, by Stephen Chilingirian of Zirconia, NC.
Sculpture sites are located throughout the picturesque Riverfront
Park in North Charleston, SC. The impressive Riverfront Park
is set on the banks of the beautiful Cooper River. Visitors enjoy
ten acres of walking paths, a Performance Pavilion, picnic shelter,
a fishing pier and boardwalk, an oversized sandbox, and children's
play fountain. The historic site is centered in the Noisette
District, the largest urban redevelopment project ever undertaken
in the US. The "National Outdoor Sculpture Competition and
Exhibition" will be on display May 1, 2009 - March 25, 2010.
For more information or to be added to a mail list for the "2010
Sculpture Competition", please call 843/745-1087 or e-mail
The Cultural Arts Department is the recipient of the 2000 Elizabeth
O'Neill Verner Award for the Arts and receives support from the
National Endowment for the Arts, the SC Arts Commission, and
the corporate community. For further information call 843/745-1087
or visit (www.northcharleston.org).
- The Anderson Arts Center in Anderson,
SC, has announced the award winners for it's "34th Annual
Juried Art Show" which was on view from Apr. 17 - May
29, 2009. The 2009 juror for the exhibition was Michael
W. Haga, Assistant Dean at the College of Charleston's School
of the Arts. He is responsible for the School's administrative
activities and budgets as well as special events and projects
related to stewardship and educational and cultural programming.
Haga received a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from
Roanoke College and a Masters of Arts and Liberal Studies degree
from Hollins College. As an adjunct member of the faculty, Haga
has taught Art History 101 since the Spring 1994 semester. He
taught Introduction to Arts Management in the Spring 1998 semester
and has been named Outstanding Adjunct Facility in Art History
in 1999, 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008. Haga has been involved with
several arts organizations during his time at the College of
Charleston. He has served on the boards of the Lowcountry Arts
and Cultural Council, Print Studio South, and the South Carolina
Artisans Center. He also has served on the Charleston County
Magnet School of the Arts' School Governance Council and as Program
Coordinator for the South Carolina Society of the Archaeological
Institute of America. Haga has been a member of the Charleston
Area Convention and Visitors Bureau's Art Committee and served
as President of the South Carolina Arts Alliance. He currently
serves on the organization's Executive Committee and as co-chair
of the International Council of Fine Arts Dean's Advocacy Taskforce.
Haga has written exhibition reviews for "The New Art Examiner",
"Art Papers", "Carolina Arts", and "The
Charleston City Paper". His interests have led him to serve
as a slide juror and judge for exhibitions in the Southeastern
United States, including the "Piccolo Spoleto Craft Exhibition"
and a national exhibition for the Artisans Center for Virginia.
Haga has served as a Visual Arts Grant panelist for the South
Carolina Arts Commission and as a Crafts Fellowship panelist
for the Oregon Arts Commission.
The awards are as follows:
BEST OF SHOW ($1,000:$300) from Carolina First Bank went to Michael
Slattery for "Vatican Security Cam"; SECOND PLACE ($500)
from the Trehel Corporation went to Mana Hewitt for "Tattoo
II"; and THIRD PLACE ($300) in Honor of David Vandiver went
to Bob Jolly for "Totemesque"
MERIT AWARDS are bestowed by the Juror in recognition of excellence
in the visual arts. They are generously donated by the Anderson
Arts Center supporter seeking to purely reward artists for their
($200) from Lynn & Steve Kay went to Beth Bullman Regula
for "Transcendance"; ($100) from Julie Barton Collins
in Honor of Elizabeth Belsar Fuller went to Michael Cassidy for
"Hodgeman's Field"; ($100) from Charles W. Fant went
to Kent Ambler for "Little Yellow Bird"; ($100) from
Gallery 3·1·3 went to Jane Todd Butcher for "Summer
Solstice"; ($100) from Donna Greer went to Charles Mosteller
fr "Artist Self Portrait"; ($100) from Louise &
Ernie Trammell went to Michelle Berg Radford for "Roadtrip";
($100) from Renaissance Interior Design, Amanda Knobel &
Linda Miller went to Carole Knudson Tinsley for "Fragment";
($100) from Diann Simms went to Nathan J. Cox for "The Hook:
Need vs. Gratitude"; ($100) from Kimberly & Billy Spears
went to Bob Graham for "Who Do You Say I Am?"; ($100)
from Alexandria Stathakis went to Al Stine for "WhiteWater
Falls"; and ($100) from Smith Wham went to Tim A. Graham
for "Vessel with Red Side".
PHOTOGRAPHY MERIT AWARDS:
($250) from Anderson Independent-Mail went to Willard Pate for
"Rural Peru"; ($100) from Mr. & Mrs. Robert Gallant
went to Jean Niles for "Serenity on the Nile"; and
($100) from Clinky & Cordes Seabrook went to Edward Shmunes
for "Passing Fancy".
FINE CRAFT MERIT AWARDS:
($250) from LaDonna & Harry Geisberg went to Amy Goldstein-Rice
for "Fossil Hunter"; ($100) from Kay & Juan Brown
went to Maya Adams-Smith for "Murmur"; and ($100) from
Mary Lynn Pond went to Eileen Powell for "Geological Record".
($700) from BB&T Bank went to Taylor Dubeau for "Hartwell
Sunset"; ($700) from Carolyn & Perry Voisin, Roylco,
Inc. went to Joesph Bradley for "Vintage Tabletop";
($700) from Bill Ducworth & Bob Roche went to Sally Donovan
for ""Work" In Progress"; ($500) from Floral
Arts, Ltd went to Breann Lollis for "Red at Night";
($500) from Foothills Community Foundation went to Beti Crobett
Strobeck for "Glow"; ($500) from Annette & Anthony
Guiseppi-Elie went to Barbara M. Ervin for "Drifting";
($500) from Miss Sally Hancock went to Marti Hartwig for "My
Pleasure"; ($500) from Suzanne & John Rogers went to
Connie Lippert for "Arc"; ($500) from Judy Swain &
Mrs. Eloise Hughes, given to the Anderson Arts Center's Permanent
Collection went to Lance Anderson for "The Arts: Dream It!
Feel It! See It!"; ($500) from Louise & Ernie Trammell
went to Ron Ponce for "Copper Red Vase"; ($500) from
Sue Tuten went to Steven Jordan for "Bumper to Bumper Traffic";
($500) from Faye & Neal Workman went to Joe Park for "In
the Barrens"; and ($250) from Amy & Don Chapman went
to Jean Niles for "Serenity on the Nile".
A SPECIAL AWARD:A special purchase award for the Anderson Arts
Center's Permanent Collection to honor the memory of Callie Stringer
Rainey and her contribution to the arts went to Stacey McAdams
for "The Market #2".
For further information call 864/222-2787 l or visit (www.andersonarts.org).
- The Pickens County Cultural Commission
is pleased to announce that the Pickens County Museum of Art
& History's "Thirtieth Annual Juried South Carolina
Artist's Exhibition" awards ceremony was held on Apr. 18,
2009. The exhibition will continue through June 11, 2009. Jay
Williams, the Gary R. Libby Curator of Art at the Museum of Arts
and Sciences in Daytona Beach, FL, served as juror for this year's
competition. He received his BA in Art Education and Printmaking
in 1971 and his MA in Art Education in 1974 from the University
of South Florida in Tampa. In 1994, he received an additional
MA in Art History from Vermont's Norwich University. Born 1949
in Richmond, KY, and now living in Palm Coast, FL, Williams has
held numerous prestigious positions including Curator at the
Morris Museum of Art in Augusta, GA; Chief Curator of Exhibitions
and Public Programs at the McKissick Museum at the University
of South Carolina; Curator for Edison College's Gallery of Fine
Art in Fort Myers, FL, and Head of Education and State Services
at the Ringling Museum of Art in Sarasota, FL. During his career
Williams has curated a plethora of fine exhibitions including
"The Songs of Maybelle Stamper," "Myth, Memory
and Imagination, Universal Themes in the Life and Culture of
the South," "Realist Paintings by Bryan Leboeuf"
and "Tom Nakashima: Two Decades." Williams spent the
day of Apr. 6, 2009, looking at, and contemplating 421 works
of art representing 223 South Carolina artisans. The vast array
of paintings, drawings, photographs, prints, ceramics, fiber
and other mediums made for the difficult task of selecting works
for, and eliminating works from, the final show. The impressive
final selection of 131 works of art represents 124 individuals
currently creating visual art in this state. About the jury process,
Williams said, "This Thirtieth Annual Juried South Carolina
Artists Exhibition represents an important aspect of Pickens
County Museum of Art and History's objective, to 'tell the stories
of Pickens County and the Carolina Upcountry.' Like our earliest
ancestors who expressed themselves in the visual arts, South
Carolina's artists still express their most important values
through their chosen media. Our artists think deeply about the
world and their place in it." He continued, "the artist
in society has not changed much during the thousands of years
of human history, since the earliest known artists represented
the relationship between human culture and the natural world
in their depictions found on the surfaces of caves and rock outcroppings.
Their works of craft also quickly transcended the realm of pure
functionality and became expressive." To summarize his role
in this endeavor, Williams said, "To see and appreciate
the 'Thirtieth Annual Juried SC Artists Exhibition' is not just
a matter of enjoying its entertainment value. It may be enjoyable,
but it is much more than that. These artists have poured their
hearts and souls into their works of art. As I juried the exhibition,
I was overwhelmed by their collective curiosity and creativity,
their psychological, philosophical, and in some cases, religious
understanding, and their ability to synthesize a complex variety
of thoughts and feelings into a painting, photograph, drawing,
print, basket, or piece of furniture."
Maya Adams Smith --------------------------- Mark Mulfinger
- The awards for this year's competition represent
not only a cross section of what is taking place in the visual
arts of South Carolina today, but are also a fair representation
of the variety of artists actively "at work". Williams
chose the assemblage "Absolution; The Kool-Aid Kid"
by Clemson's Deborah Pagano as the First Place Award. Second
Place was presented to Warren Carpenter of Seneca for his turned
wood "# 1101 Pecan Burl". The Third Place honor went
to Central's Heidi Jensen collectively for her graphite, gouache
& acrylic pieces, "Snatch" and "Pluck".
Honorable Mentions were bestowed upon Maya Adams-Smith of Greenville
for her porcelain sculpture "Chorion" and to Greer's
Mark Mulfinger for his acrylic painting "Brandon Mill Houses".
In addition to the above awards, Williams asked
that a special "Juror's Choice" accolade, denoting
artwork of special interest, be presented to Roy Drasites of
Chapin collectively for his Epson prints "Gallery Clutter"
and "Gallery Floor", to Clemson's Terry Jarrard-Dimond
for her pieced and stitched hand dyed fabric piece "One
of These Things is Not Like the Others", to Zane Logan of
Taylors for his photograph "The Intimidator", to Travelers
Rest's Steve Marlow for his photograph "Silverstreet Rider",
to Jerry Maxey of Anderson for his basketry piece, "River",
to Greenville's Linda Williams McCune for her graphite, charcoal,
wax, ink & watercolor drawing "Stress Series No. 9:
Shredded Forest", to Amanda Mensing of Seneca for her oil
painting "St. John", to Greenville's Michelle Petty
for her ceramic sculpture "Looking for Her Lover",
to Robert Phillips of Clemson for his curly maple and walnut
furniture pieces "Salamander's Secretary", to Clemson's
Sam Wang for his photograph "Kudzu Totem", and to Susan
Watson of Seneca for her oil painting "Dirty Laundry".
The Museum's Director, Allen Coleman chose the acrylic with charcoal
painting "Living Room" by Glen Miller of Greenville
as the recipient of the 2009 Director's Choice commendation.
Thanks to the kind sponsorships of Pickens County & the Pickens
County Cultural Commission along with the museum's 20082009
exhibition season sponsors, Blue Ridge Electric Cooperative,
Pickens Savings & Loan and Upstate Oral & Maxillofacial
Surgery & Dental Implant Center, Cornerstone Bank, First
Citizens Bank, ING Financial PartnersSam Head, Liberty Family
Pharmacy, Richard & Laura Powers, Pumpkintown Community Club,
Mr. & Mrs. Alfred Robinson & Family and the Rozelle Stone
Company and the additional sponsorships from Mr. & Mrs. J.
Connie Bowers, Mr. & Mrs. Philip Hendricks and Mrs. Shirley
Sarlin, the Pickens County Museum selected seven works that,
within the scope of their mission directive, will be added to
the museum's permanent collection.
The Pickens County Cultural Commission's Purchase Award honoring
Shirley Sarlin was presented to Warren Carpenter of Seneca for
his turned wood "#1101 Pecan Burl".
The 2009 Benjamin Purchase Awards were presented to Karen Maters
of Liberty for her collage "Number Five" and to Seneca's
Amanda Mensing for her oil painting "St. John".
Additional Museum Purchase Awards were made to Walhalla's Denise
Detrich for her porcelain "Covered Jar", to Lynda Macaluso
of McCormick for her watercolor "Basking", to Anderson's
Jerry Maxey for his mixed media basketry piece "River",
and to Eli Warren of Greenville for his photograph "Artist's
In addition to the twenty-three works of art singled out for
special mention, there are one-hundred and seven others on the
walls and pedestals throughout the museum's Sealevel Gallery,
G-1 Gallery and Focus Gallery. No matter where your individual
taste in art may lead, you will find some satisfaction in this
exhibition. The variety of work represented is a generous reflection
of the community of artists presently at work in South Carolina.
The Pickens County Museum of Art & History is funded
in part by Pickens County, friends and members of the museum
and a grant from the South Carolina Arts Commission, which receives
support from the National Endowment for the Arts. For more information
call the museum at 864/898-5963.
- The Beaufort Art Association in Beaufort,
SC, has announced the results of its "48th Annual Spring
Show and Sale" held at the Charles "Lind" Brown
Center in Beaufort from Mar. 27 through Apr. 5, 2009. Award winners
were selected by renowned watercolorist Linda Kemp. The results
were as follows:
Best in Show was given to Ann Hakala for "Sunflowers &
Crow"; First Place went to Bill Dula for "Pugilist";
the Watermedia Memorial award was given to Lydia Kaeyer for "Port
Royal Reflections"; the Photographic Memorial award went
to Donna Kirkpatrick for "Chechessee River Bridge";
Second Place was awarded to Mary Jane Martin for "Concentrated
Rain"; and Third Place went to Mary Grayson Segars for "Just
a Morsel (Tiruchirappelli, India)"
The BAA Founders Award was given to Ginger Anderson for "grieve";
and the EBA Giclée Award went to Polly Swenson for "Racing
Against the Storm".
Memorial Awards of Excellence - Letty Lee Saville Award went
to Julia Smoak for "Path to Enlightment"; Creativity
& Imagination Digital Art Award was given to Clare Taylor
for "Zorro Ascending"; and LaBella Vita for Excellence
in Photograhy Award was awarded to Karen Harvey for "Always
Alone/Room to Dance".
Memorial Awards of Merit: the Rosemary Davies Fuller award went
to Pam Hagan for "Rainbow Palm"; the Grant Nathaniel
Bosserman award was given to Vicky Baily Ebbers for "Higher";
the Henry Charles Fienning award went to Marisa Reilly for "Fordham's
Market"; the Alberta Lubkin award was given to Gay Torrey
for "Tidal Pond"; the John Levin award went to Vickie
Jourdan for "Sunny Side Up"; the Joy Keyserling award
was given to Melba Cooper for "Head to the Light";
the Agnes Neighbors Carter award went to Robin Carrier for "Frogmore
Parade"; the Leith Paul Trask award was given to Madeleine
Blachere for "The Professor"; and the Joanne Brennan
award was given to Carol Kamm for "Between The Lines".
Achievement Awards went to: Kathy Crowther for "Roosters
in a Basket"; Marsha Leinberger for "After the Storm";
Dorothy Fetters for "Composition - February 2009";
and Robert Steinmetz for "Lobstermen".
Honorable Mention Awards went to: Betty Powell for "Crossing
the Bar"; Juliana Kim for "Venetian Reflections";
Annie Estes for "March Magic"; and Ron Ledlow for "Gone
But Not Forgotten".
Judge Linda Kemp felt it important to recognize the following
top finalists that she selected and state that she would have
given each an award of some type had there been additional awards
to distribute, recognizing that no artist would receive two awards.
They include: "Marsh Light" by M.A. Riley; "Magnolia
Plantation Path" by Karen Peluso; "Taking it Easy"
by Mary Ann Putzier; "After the Rains" by Veronica
Stewart; "Lagoon in Fog" by Ed Funk; "Oak Limb
at Sheldon Church" by Scott Hansen; "Hunting Island
Sunrise" by Eric Horan; "Lady of the Mist" by
Art Cornell; "Distant Island" by Eve Miller; "Copper
Koi" by Ellen Long; "Morning Tide" by Sandy Dimke.
- Student Awards for High Schools & Home
Schools: First Place went to Emily Pockette for (Multiple Exposures)
from BCHS; Second Place was given to Pagan McLemore for "Self"
from BHS; Third Place went to Nicholas Perry for (Boy on Hood
of Car) from BCHS; Cheap Joe's Achievement award went to Catherine
Brown (Portrait) from BHS; Judges Special Award went to James
Partridge for (3 girls & a dog) from BCHS; and Honorable
Mentions went to Charlotte Westrob for (Untitled Mirror Collage)
from BA and Justin Nettles for (Hands Series) from BHS.
For further information contact the Beaufort Art Association
by calling 843/379-2222 or visit (www.beaufortartassociation.com).
- The Society of Bluffton Artists (SoBA)
in Bluffton, SC, announced the winners of its annual competition
held at the SoBA Gallery on Boundary Street in Old Town Bluffton.
The exhibition will be on view through Apr. 18, 2009. The winners
are: Best of Show: "Savannah Cargo" an encaustic
triptych (3-pieces) by Diane Dean; First Place: "Princetta
Praying" a graphite drawing by Ted Jordan; Second Place: "Where
Am I?" a mixed media/collage painting by Lark Smith; and
Third Place: "Marsh in Bloom" an oil painting
by Judy McElynn. Honorable mentions were awarded to: "The
Farm Stand" by Don Nelson in photography; "Window to
the Soul" a mixed media painting by Art Cornell; and "Annie"
a pastel painting by Vickie Bailey Ebbers. Holly McCullough,
Chief Curator, Fine Arts and Exhibitions at Savannah, GA's, Telfair
Museum of Art, who judged this year's show said this year's show
is "further confirmation that our region is blessed with
an abundance of artists working in a wide variety of media and
styles." McCullough was impressed by the diversity
of the exhibition and that diversity is certainly represented
in the various mediums winning awards. The medium represented
in Best of Show winner "Savannah Cargo", Diane Dean's
work, is encaustic, also known as hot wax painting which involves
using heated beeswax to which colored pigments are added. Because
wax is used as the pigment binder, encaustics can be sculpted
to reveal a textured surface. Dean has collaged images of
container ships in the Savannah River under the wax surfaces
in this three-painting composition creating an atmospheric view
of commerce from Savannah's River Street. Encaustic technique
was notably used in the Egyptian mummy portraits between 100-300
AD, and in other early icons. Encaustic painting was also a technique
of ancient Greek shipbuilders, who used hot wax to fill the cracks
in their ships. Soon pigment (color) was added and this led to
painting on the surface of the waxed hull: an art form was born. Though
Dean's paintings likely won't embellish any crypts or ships in
the near future, visitors to the SoBA Gallery can enjoy this
ancient art form in the comfort of a stylish, air conditioned
exhibition space. Ted Jordan's drawing, "Princetta's Prayer",
is a fine example of this talented artist's diverse abilities. It
is a simple, yet complex image depicting innocence and hope. "Where
Am I?", Lark Smith's worldly, complex mixed media/collage
is filled with inviting, surreal and ethereal images. Her use
of lines, color and texture enhance the interest and bode the
title's question. Oil painter Judy McElynn's "Marsh in Bloom"
is rich and soothing. She has captured the atmosphere of
a Lowcountry marsh and delivered a gem all will enjoy. Along
with the winners and honorable mentioned artists' work, over
90 paintings and sculpture complete the exhibit and the public
is invited to vote for their favorite artwork. The gallery is
located on Boundary Street in old Bluffton. For further
info call the gallery at 843/757-6586 or visit (www.sobagalleries.com).
- "Lowcountry in Focus" is the theme
of the Camera Club of Hilton Head Island's exhibit currently
on display at the Coastal Discovery Museum at Honey Horn on Hilton
Head Island, SC. The organization has announced the results of
the People's Choice Vote that was held. The first place award
was a tie this year, with "Serenity" by John Parsons
and "Homer Carleton's" by Kim Lewis sharing the honors.
Second place went to "Classic Old Sheldon" by Bob Ovelman.
Honorable mention went to: "Sexy Egret" by Jim Newman,
"Aphrodite" by B.J. Stevens, "Magnolia" by
Carolyn Benjamin, "Bull Dollar" by Ron Selby and "Ruby
Throated Hummingbird" by Ken Mak. The exhibit is on display
through Apr. 30, 2009. For further info call Robin Swift at 843/689-3033,
- March is National Youth Art Month and the
Anderson Arts Center in Anderson, SC, has on display artwork
from Anderson County public and private schools as well as home
school associations. This year's exhibit is sponsored by the
AnMed Health Women's and Children's Hospital. The awards were
sponsored by Dr. Jamie Groeber. The award winners are as follows:
Elementary Schools: 1st Place - Matthew Bolt, Centerville Elementary;
2nd Place - Breanna Cain, West Pelzer Elementary; and 3rd Place
- Mary Kate Powell, Midway Elementary; Honorable Mention - Sydney
Saylors, Midway Elementary. Honorable Mentions were given to:
Rhiannon Pearson, Whitehall Elementary; Leia Burriss, Iva Elementary;
Zander Goodine, Centerville Elementary; and Lauren Pittman, Powdersville
Elementary. The Anderson Arts Centers Permanent Collection award
- Raymond Fretwell, Concord Elementary.
Middle Schools: 1st Place - Anna Rice, McCants Middle; 2nd Pace
- Maddison Whitman, Southwood Middle; and 3rd Place - Jennifer
Pelfrey, Riverside Middle. Honorable Mentions went to: Austin
Wilson, Powdersville Middle; Faith Porter, Southwood Middle:
and Daequanye Miller, Southwood Middle. The Anderson Arts Centers
Permanent Collection award - Faith Porter, Southwood Middle.
High Schools: 1st Place - Wesley Trutwin, TL Hannah High; 2nd
Place - Nikki Norris, Wren High; and 3rd Place - Ashley Loper,
Pendleton High. Honorable Mentions were given to: Blake Nickles,
Anderson Montessori; Whitney Price, Pendleton High; and Orlando
Williford, TL Hanna High. Since 1972, the Anderson Arts Center
has worked to promote and foster the practice and appreciation
of the arts in Anderson, SC, from arts programming and outreach
for all ages, to special events and festivals, to gallery exhibits
and receptions and more. For further info call Stacey McAdams
at 864/222-2787 or e-mail to (email@example.com).
- First Federal Bank of Charleston sponsored
the Seacoast Artists Guild of South Carolina's "Spring
Exhibit and Sale" at Sandpiper Retirement Village in Mt.
Pleasant, SC. The event was held from Mar. 18-25, 2009,
including a kickoff reception for the SCAG artists and Sandpiper
Village residents. "Best in Show" award went to Susan
Duke for her watercolor painting "Rainbow of Flowers",
1st Place award went to Michael Covington for his photograph
"Marsh Moon", 2nd Place award was given to Judy O'Brien
for her collage "Far Eastern Influence" and Third Place
went to Jane Woodward for her oil painting "Fishing on the
Marsh". Honorable Mention awards went to Jane Woodward and
Mary Ann Davis. First Federal awarded $900 in prize money.
SCAG President Ron Blanchard complemented First Federal Bank
on their sponsorship, commenting that, "Lynn Small, Special
Events Coordinator of First Federal, did an outstanding job working
with SCAG member Laverne Davis and Marsha Clayman, Marketing
Director at Sandpiper Village in organizing this event.
Sandpiper Retirement Village is a great residential facility
in Mt. Pleasant with courteous and dedicated staff that helped
make the event a success. Several pieces of art were sold
to attendees and the artists and residents had a great time! We
are very grateful for the opportunity to expand our art offerings
to residents of yet another area of South Carolina. For further
info call Edna Fenske at 843/357-2626 or e-mail to (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- Once again, Richland Northeast High School,
in Columbia, SC, art students took top awards at the South Carolina
Scholastic Art Competition. This year, RNE students won a total
of 12 awards-putting RNE among the schools with the highest number
of winners. Palmetto Center for the Arts
senior Lyla Shlon won four of the awards: a Gold Key for her
overall art portfolio, the American Vision Award for her painting
"Substance Abuse," a Silver Key for her painting "Rodenstock
One," and an award for her drawing "Nine."
Allison Minsk, also a PCA senior, took two awards:
a Gold Key for her art portfolio and an award for her painting
"Pasture Mates." Richland Northeast's
three Gold Key and American Vision winners will advance to the
National competition. All artwork selected will hang in the Monsanto
Gallery at Lander University in Greenwood, SC, through Feb. 13,
2009; the awards ceremony and reception will take place on Saturday,
January 31, at 2pm.
- The school's art winners by teacher are:
Mary Catherine Newman: Allison Minsk, Art portfolio, Gold Key
Award Lyla Shlon, Art portfolio, Gold Key Award Lyla Shlon, Painting:
Substance Abuse, American Visions and Voices Award Sophia Jenkins,
PCA senior, Drawing: Dead Silence, Silver Key Award Lyla Shlon,
Painting: Rodenstock One, Silver Key Award Katherine
Kelly, PCA junior, Drawing: Driller Allison Minsk, Painting:
Pasture Mates Marcel Osborne, senior, Drawing: Train Mirage Lyla
Shlon, Drawing: Nine Alan Youngblood, PCA junior, Mixed Media:
Green Self Catherine Trosclair: Emily
Theus, PCA sophomore, Sculpture, Hocus Pocus Nancy
Underwood: Anne Beaudette, PCA junior, Photography: Digital,
Modern Audrey Hepburn. For information
about art programs at Richland Northeast, contact Mary Catherine
Newman, department chair, at 803/699-2800 ext. 2713.
- The Arts Council of Lincoln County
in Lincolnton, NC, announces the winners of the 2009 Amateur
- Best of Show: "Potters Hands" by
- Category Winners:
Plant life/ Landscapes: 1st "Green Moss Falls" by Gerald
Johnson; 2nd "Sunset Over Siesta" by Catherine Lafferty;
and 3rd "After the Rain in Central Park" by Bonnie
- People/ Animal life: 1st "Winter Wonder"
by The Sinclairs; 2nd "Ophelia" by Gerald Johnson;
and 3rd "Bird on Walkway" by Kathy Goodson
- Abstract/ Special effects: 1st "Hawaiian
Princess" by Candice Banks; 2nd "Surprise Art"
by Randi Morrison; and 3rd "Jade" by Linda Friendland
- Miscellaneous: 1st "Masterpiece"
by Casey Elizabeth Walker; 2nd "Behind the Scenes"
by Robin Johnson; and 3rd "Why Are We Hanging Here"
by Jerry Cook
- Black & White: 1st "Potters Hands"
by Jon Arrowood; 2nd "Alone on the Range" by Chris
Robinson; and 3rd "Fishing" by John Lafferty
- For more information contact the Arts Council
of Lincoln County at 704/732-9044. This project is supported
in part by a grant provided through the Grassroots Arts Program
of the NC Arts Council, a state agency.
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