At left, from top left clockwise, John Brownfield's "Heaven Bound, 1st Presbyterian," (Honorable Mention, Photo); Sharon Creedon's "Wild Turkeys"; "Sunrise Post' by Jim Trice (3rd Place, Pntg);
Lou Amato receives his First-Place Ribbon (and his "Centennial $100" and a bag of goodies) from Jacque Palomaki of Florida Wildflower Studios. Lou's art was titled "Migrant 1921"
Deb Lewis accepts her Second Place, Photography Ribbon (& $50 & Goodie Bag) for "Keys to the Ramon". Deb also toted home an Honorable Mention in Photography for
"Lord's House of Color"
Here are the results (and some photos) from our "Frostproof Remembered" Art and Photography Show and Contest.
Again, we thank the Maxcy Foundation and W.A. Jaques Inc. & Family for providing funding for our art prizes
FWS is a community-oriented working art studio and gallery
12 E Wall St. Frostproof, FL 33843
(For more information about any of our events, call 863-206-9691)
First Place in Photography ($100) went to Karalea Hirneissen for her Black & White photo titled "Frostproof Remembered at O'Hara Restorations."
Honorable Mention Awards went to the following: "Lamp Light" by Lyle Smith; "Early Morning Cypress Swamp" by Sharon Creedon; & "Cracker Girl Brand & Pickers" by John Gilbert.
Photography Honorable Mentions went to: "Lord's House of Color," by Deb Lewis; & "Heaven Bound, 1st Presbyterian," by John Brownfield.
100 years in the making
Smiling for Everybody, Linda Peterson gets a handshake from Judge Cathy Futral. Linda earned Third Place ($25) in Photography for her "Green Orchid."
Joan Lester looks Pretty Dadburn Happy with her Second Place Ribbon, check for $50, and a bag of goodies. Joan's painting was titled "Old Man's Territory."
Jim Trice gets a handshake from Judge Cathy Futral after receiving his Third-Place award ($25) and Goodie Bag for his "Sunrise Post".