Art­ful har­vest

The Covington News - - LIFESTYLE - BRYAN FAZIO bfazio@cov­

The South­ern Heart­land Art Gallery is host­ing its an­nual Art­ful Har­vest judged art show through­out much of Septem­ber.

Margee Bright Ragland, an As­so­ciate Pro­fes­sor at Ge­or­gia Perime­ter Col­lege, served as judge for the show, which held its awards re­cep­tion Thurs­day evening.

Cap­tur­ing the best in show award, with his oil paint­ing “To­ward the Sun­set” was Sam Tri­ana, earn­ing a prize of $500. First place was Barb Ali for her sculp­ture “It takes Two to Tan­gle”; sec­ond place was Sue Grilli for “The Hot Sign is On”; and Susan Pel­ham in third place for “At the Diner.”

Hon­or­able men­tion win­ners were Elise Ham­mond for “Hodges Pond,” Ber­nadette Smith for “She Pitched Her Tie and Put on Pearls,” Joe Wa­ters for “Egret,” Ray Smith for “Tran­si­tions,” Mar­garet Anger for “Rose Trel­lis,” Ann Wild­mon for “4 Mo­ments,” Sue Pezely for “A Boy and His Dog” and Cindy Walker for “Kansas Sky.”

Stu­dent win­ners were Grace Call­away for “Study of Anne” in the high school di­vi­sion, Devon Braswell for “Tur­tles” in the mid­dle school di­vi­sion and Emily Pe­laez for “Blue Dog” in the el­e­men­tary di­vi­sion.

The show opened Fri­day, Sept. 5, and will run through clos­ing on Thurs­day, Sept. 25.

(Left): Award win­ners, who were present at Thurs­day’s awards ban­quet for the South­ern Heart­land Art Gallery’s Art­ful Har­vest judged art show, were (left to right) Linda Pflung, Ray Smith, Ber­nadette Smith, Sue Pezely, Grace Call­away, Cindy Murphy, Cindy Walker, Susan Pel­ham and Ann Wild­mon.

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