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Fine Arts Exhibit winners announced

Published 4:47am Thursday, August 9, 2012

The Austin Area Art Center announced Saturday the winners for the 2012 Mower County Free Fair Fine Arts Exhibit.

Professional Oil/Acrylic:

First place: “East Coast Marina” by Adele Beals

Second place: “Sweet Memories” by Tammy Schneider

Third place: “Ava” by Adele Beals

Honorable mention: “Buffy”s New Home” by Tammy Schneider

Professional Watercolor:

First place: “Tropicana Rose” by Barb Cafourek

Second place: “Stonehenge” by Jim Wegner

Third place: “Far Away” by Bonnie Lee

Honorable mention: “Tundra Swans” by Jim Wegner

Professional Drawing:

First place and Grand Champion: “Floral Fantasy” by Adele Beals

Second place: “Arctic Wanderers” by William Olson

Third place: “Columbus Ohio” by Bruce Loeschen

Honorable mention: “The Bride” by Justin Hultgren


First place: “Here I Am” by Karen Young

Second place: “Les Femmes” by Arnold Lang

Third place: “Barred among the Branches” by Julie Stephenson

Honorable mention: “Summer Yellow” by Julie Stephenson

Pro-Am Drawing:

First place: “Rollerskates” by Breanna Stegenga

Second place: “Portrait, the McAndrews” by Breanna Stegenga

Third place: “Jenny” by Jamie Price

Honorable mention: “Country Roads” by William Myers

Amateur Oil/Acrylic:

First place: “Winter Quiet” by Maggie Schrafel

Second place: “Sarah” by Mary Wolcott

Third place: “Old Town, Nurnberg, Germany” by Eleonore Rhodes

Honorable mention: “Below Zero” by Ashley Smith

Amateur Watercolor:

First place: “Dancer” by Kathleen Scheid

Second place: “Marcella” by Kathleen Scheid

Third place: “Portrait of a Man” by Kim Finnegan

Honorable mention: “Grapes and Leaves” by Kelsey Medgaarden

Amateur Drawing:

First place: “Calf” by Kim Finnegan

Second place: “Color Explosion” by Sarah Dion

Third place: “Eric of True Blood” by Ashley Marcks

Honorable mention: “Spooked” by Maggie Schrafel.

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