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April 15, 2014

Shelby County Art Show Results 2014

Welcoming weather helped this year’s Shelby County Art Show to be quite busy with many visitors to the Lake Shelbyville Visitor Center. This SCAS had a large number of entries in both junior and adult divisions, as well as many demonstrators showing their works. Winners of this year’s show are as follows:

Overall Best of Show and 2-D Merit Award: Jan Kappes of Arcola, “Back Yard Flash Back #7-Peacocky”—ink on paper.

2-D Merit Award: Carol Kessler of Shelbyville, “Entering the Dacey Trail”—oil.

3-D Merit Award: Aaron Cole of Windsor, “The Lorax: The Once-Ler’s House”—wood.

Junior Best of Show Gr. 3-4: Matthew Christian of Central A&M Gregory Intermediate, “Self Portrait”—scratch board.

Junior Best of Show Gr. 5-8: Delaney Johnson of Okaw Valley Middle School, “Fall Flower”—marker and paint.

Junior Best of Show Gr. 9-12: Graham Garrett of Heritage Baptist Academy, untitled—pencil.

People’s Choice Adult: Jan Kappes of Arcola, “Portrait of Stinky”—ink and colored pencil.

People’s Choice Junior: Rachel Price of Shelbyville, “Styrofoam Castle”.

(Winning exhibits may be on display at DJ’s Custom Framing in Shelbyville for one week)

Door Prize Winners: fresh floral arrangement by Karen Cherry—Mercedes Welker. Oil painting by Carol Kessler—James Bingham. Wood pencil holder by Wayne Fisher—Tom Rood.

Adult Amateur

Barbara Althoff, Effingham—3 blue, 3 red, white. Christy Banning, Beecher City—3 blue, 2 white. Rhiannon Boehm, Mattoon—3 blue, red, 2 white. Susana Cabezas, Shelbyville--blue, 4 red, 3 white. Aaron Cole, Windsor—3 blue, 2 red. Delta Collett, Shelbyville—red, 2 white. Roberta Dimock, Shelbyville—2 blue, 2 white. Tom Gaddis, Shelbyville—blue, 5 white. Susan Holland, Shelbyville—blue, red, 4 white. Frank Holley, Shelbyville—4 blue. Norma Jean Jacobs, Pana—blue. Betty Mahnke, Stewardson—white. Lori Price, Shelbyville—2 blue. Jane Rood, Shelbyville—blue, 2 white. Louise Shippy Rouse, Pana—blue, red, 2 white. Paul Smith, Shelbyville—2 blue, red, white. Patricia Tait-Hendrickson, Shelbyville—white.

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