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Adams County winners in Senior Art Show announced

first_img Adams County winners in Senior Art Show announcedJune 22, 2019Mark CarpenterNews, Top Stories0 Top Searches Top Searches HayslipTreaSchw Artists and guests who attended the Senior Art Show from Adams County included, from left, Pat Thompson, Sharon Bell, J.R. Bradley, Sheila Bradley and Douglas Rutherford. 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Arrow right #1 Icon Created with Sketch. center_img The artwork of local seniors was recently showcased at the Area Agency on Aging District 7’s (AAA7) 37th Annual Senior Citizens Art Show and Essay/Poetry Contest that was held at the Esther Allen Greer Museum, located on the campus of the University of Rio Grande in Rio Grande, Ohio.This year, a total of 135 art pieces were entered in the Contest with 42 essays/poems. Special Awards were presented: “Victor Potts Best of Show Award” in the Amateur Category went to Carl Murdock of Lawrence County for his photograph, “Amish Maiden”; “Victor Potts Best of Show Award” in the Professional Category went to Pat Thompson of Adams County for her pencil, “Clinton”; the “Mary Peck Friend of Animals Award” went to Elaine Morris of Highland County for her pastel, “Carefree”; People’s Choice Award went to Judith Clay of Lawrence County for her counted cross stitch, “Winter Sunrise”; Best Overall Essay went to Anita Gail Belville of Gallia County for “A Passionate Tragedy”; and Best Overall Poem went to David Brown of Gallia County for “The Night Before Christmas (Revised)”.Individuals age 55 or older were eligible to participate in the Art Show and Essay/Poetry Contest. Winners announced from Adams County included:• Victor Potts Best of Show (Professional) – “Clinton” by Pat Thompson• First Place Acrylic/Portrait – “Old Man Fishin’” by Douglas Rutherford• First Place Oil/Floral (Professional) – “Old Roses” by Pat Thompson• First Place Pastels/Portrait (Professional) – “Precious Cargo – Tuckered Out” by Pat Thompson• Second Place Pencil/Animals and Birds – “Catfish” by Danny Avins• Third Place Pencil/Animals and Birds – “King Basset” by JR Bradley• First Place Pencil/Portrait (Professional) – “Clinton” by Pat Thompson• First Place Photography/Landscape (Professional) – “Ecclesiastics 3:1-8 For Everything There is a Season – Historic Moore’s Chapel, Blue Creek” by Sharon Bell• First Place Photography/Portrait (Professional) – “God Bless America – We Don’t Know Them All, But We Owe Them All” by Sharon Bell• First Place Photography/Still Life (Professional) – “Waiting for Spring” by Sharon Bell• First Place Watercolor/Still Life – “Autumn Glory” by Sylvia Baker• First Place Essay/Adams County – “Practice Sessions” by Barbara Cowley-Durst• Second Place Essay/Adams County – “Three to Four…and Back to Three” by Elaine Lafferty• Third Place Essay/Adams County – “Rain, Rain Go Away” by Belinda Sininger• First Place Poem/Adams County – “Tribes of Man” by Diana HansonTo learn more about next year’s Art Show, which is typically held in May/June of each year, please call 1-800-582-7277 or e-mail [email protected] Thompson, of Adams County, was the winner of the 2019 Victor Potts Best of Show in the Professional Category for her pencil, “Clinton”. 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