TWENTYNINE PALMS ART GALLERY 2014 SPRING MEMBERS’ SHOW WINNERS

TWENTYNINE PALMS ART GALLERY 2014 SPRING MEMBERS’ SHOW WINNERS

The Twentynine Palms Art Gallery announced the winners of its 2014 Spring Members’ Show at its opening reception Sunday afternoon. Judge Bobby Furst awarded first place in the Painting category to Arthur Quintana for his oil painting “Desert Rocks.” The first place winner in the Works on Paper category, which included collage, prints, drawings, and etchings, was Susan Madsen for her monotype “Gambel Quail.” Taking first place in photography was Bill Dahl for his photo “Elephant Knees.” First place in the Other/Mixed Media category, which includes ceramics, sculptures, collages, and digital art was Steve Flock for his sculpture “Desert Sunrise.” The 2014 Spring show received 70 entries, 20 more than last year. For a complete list of winners, see this story at z1077fm.com.

Painting (acrylic, oil, watercolor)
First: Arthur Quintana, “Desert Rocks”
Second: Harley Baczkowski, “Talking Rock”
Third: Deborah Andersen, “Vintage Memories”
Honorable Mention: Sandra Lytch, “Finger Rocks”
Darlene Morris, “Bluebeard Hill”
Andy Weddington, “Morning at the Boat Yard”

Works on Paper (collage, print, pencil drawings, etching)
First: Susan Madsen, “Gambel Quail”
Second: Noreen Lawlor, “TWA Corbies”
Third: Sandra Lytch, “Michelle in Sedona”
Honorable Mention: Joyce Eckersall, “Aloe, Spring”

Photography
First: Bill Dahl, “Elephant Knees”
Second: Michelle Mark, “Blue Chair”
Third: Mike Fagan, Morning Shadows”
Honorable Mention: Tammy Tremblay, “After the Storm”
Kim Clements, “Jack Rabbit”
Doug Dolde, “West Fork of Oak Creek Canyon”

Other/Mixed Media (sculpture, ceramics, collage, digital)
First: Steve Flock, “Desert Sunrise” sculpture
Second: Paul Morehead, “Enchanted Oak,” digitally enhanced photograph
Third: Darlene Morris, “Cityscape Skyline,” acrylic
Honorable Mention: John Greenfield, #916
Aaron Scott, “Edgar,” sculpture

Leave a Reply

dialog-information.png
Z107.7 News and kcdzfm.com requests that you respect this comment section and others by keeping your comments civil and on-topic. We reserve the right to reject or remove any comments with purposely incorrect facts, threatening, abusive, obscene, or defamatory language or innuendos. We will not accept anonymous posting.
 

  

  

  

You can use these HTML tags

<a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>