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Gift of Art Show Winners Announced

Posted by johnmangels@msn.com on November 19, 2017 at 6:10 PM

The Southern Utah Art Guild is pleased to announce the winners of its show, “The Gift of Art”.

Best of Show: Duke Brietenbach for "Bryce White Knob" - Photography

1st Place: Gayla Folkman for "Burst of Color 1" - Oil

2nd Place: George Kehew for "Bees Four" - Acrylic

3rd Place: Annie Barber for "Purple Flowers" - Watercolor

Honorable Mention:

Alan Curtis for "Nebula" - Acrylic

Deann Rex for "Indian Dancer" - Watercolor

Cheryl Sachse for "Dancing Squid" - Acrylic

Mel Scott for "Pink Daisy" – Alcohol Ink

Ralph Edwin Malloy for "Kayenta" – Mixed Media

Holly Varszegi, for "The Gift" - Collage

The Peoples Choice Award for the “Fall Splendor” show was awarded to LaJoy Gustaveson for “Venice Flower Garden”.

The judge for “The Gift of Art” show was Sandra Feldman.

The show features 145 pieces of art of all media, 2D and 3D, from 30 artists. All pieces are for sale.

“The Gift of Art” show runs through December 20th in the Red Cliff Gallery (located in the City Commons Building, 220 E 200 N, St George). The show is open Monday through Saturday, 10 AM to 5 PM, except Holidays.

Cingratulations to the winners and to all who participated for a great show.

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