The Art Gallery on the north side of the Square held their Open House on April 28.
The Show will remain hanging through the month of May, including the art work which is sold.
New member, Tom Poynter had the first sale. His ink stippling of a bridge "Graffitti" was purchased by Barnes and Rice Funeral Home.
The show was judged by Gail Roach, Brazil, who proclaimed this to be one of the toughest shows she has judged because there was such good art work!
The following ribbons were awarded:
Best of Show: "Mabry Mill" a scroll saw wood by Loren Myers.
Most Popular: "Road to Somewhere" a watercolor by Robert Whitmore
First place: "Pond Lily" -- photo by Steve Bauer; "Wert's at Rocky Fork Lake" -- water color by Carol Nickey; "Sun Flowers" -- color pencil by Ellen Shaffer; "Old Farm on U.S. 36" -- water color by Robert Whitmore
Second Place: "Eucalyptus" -- oil by Bill Bolz; "Anybody Home" -- oil by Nell Rose Brown; "Zebra Love" -- acrylic by Cynthia Haven; "Spring Afternoon" -- watercolor by Jan McVay; Charity" -- raku fired clay by Judy Ohmit
Third place: "Farm 1" -- oil by James Colleran; "Freshly Picked" -- water color by Carol Nickey; "Graffitti" -- ink stippling by Tom Poynter
Honorable Mention: "Oak Leaf" -- water color by Jan McVay; "Country Road" -- by Connie Wasson
Be sure and sign up for a chance to win one of the door prizes donated by artists, Ellen Shaffer, Linda Stalker and Connie Wasson.
There will be a drawing for them at the end of the show.
The Gallery is open daily 10 a.m.-5 p.m. (except closed Tuesday) and Sunday, 1--5 p.m.
For more information, contact the Gallery at 765--569--9422.