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30th Annual Ann Boyd Wade Fine Art and Photography Show
|A number of Arts Council members participated in the show and came home with many ribbons and Special Awards. Ron Fritts’ oil painting, “The Docks at Telegraph Hill,” received the prize for Best of Show and also the Edith McCalister Memorial Award for Best Oil Painting. Janet Hearn earned a rosette for Best of Novice Division for her acrylic painting entitled “Cartagena” and incoming Council Treasurer Christina Blom won the Best of Intermediate Division Award for her oil “Portrait of Cullen.”|
|Darlene Rodriguez received a Special Award in Photography for her Portfolio presentation. Charlene Kennedy won the Sue McIntyre Memorial Award for Best Drawing with her work entitled “Dream Team” and Harry Stacy earned the Charles Leighton, Jr. Memorial Open Art Award for his painting “The Lion Fountain—Iraklion.”|
Congratulations and “well done” to all.
The show and sale will be hosted at Cochise College Benson Center during October. Firm dates will be reported in our Blog in July along with entry criteria.
Only a few days left. Members and their guests are invited to exhibit their paintings and photographs from this Paint Out in a special exhibit at Cochise College Benson Center during November, 2013.
This is a NO-Fee event
sponsored by the
San Pedro River Arts Council
Lunch & Sharing
For complete details vist our blog at Blog.SPRArts.org (two posts).
Banner Image: Update May 11
If you are a member artist, painter or photographer, you may submit an image for inclusion. Our judges will approve suitable images. We will crop the image to meet size requirements and credit will be given on the page “Banner Credits” in the menu on both this home page and our blog.
Submissions maybe sent as an email attachment to Don. Please include in your email the title of the piece, year created, medium, size and price. If not for sale or already sold, indicate “NFS.”
If we need to select a detail from the image to meet size requirements, we will do so at our discretion and in our infinite wisdom.
Update May 11
A new banner image is now on our site, “Break in the Storm,” by Linda Stacy.