Art show results
The Carson Valley Art Association scholarship show featured 140 entries from artists from Carson Valley, Carson City, Stateline, Incline Village and Markleeville, including some of Mary Kay Kaluza’s Douglas High School photography students.
Best of Show: Carolyn Denning, Minden, “Forest Road,” mixed media.
Oil: Donald Britton, Incline Village, “Late Afternoon, Quiet Stream,” first place; Betty Warner, Carson City, “Sierra Spring,” second; Nancy Clarke, Minden, “June in October,” third.
Water media: Margie Leslie, Minden, “Tire Truck,” first; Janice Powell Shedd, Gardnerville, “Mt. Tallac,” second; Rosamond Moranville, Gardnerville, “Amazing Hoodoos of Bryce,” third.
Mixed media: Margie Leslie, Minden, “Dolly Llama,” first; Pam Brekas, Gardnerville, “Precious Cargo,” second; Lee Lewis, Minden, “Tranquility,” third.
Photography: Marco Hyman, Gardnerville, “Emptiness,” first; Shiloh Webb, Gardnerville, “Zebra Kicks,” second; Veronica Webb, Gardnerville, “Sharing Seasons,” third.
Acrylics: Don Fotine, Minden, “Wood Duck,” first; Ric Rose, Gardnerville, “The Boys in the Hood,” second; Ric Rose, “Purple Over the Pine Nuts,” third.
Pastels: Lee Netzel, Carson City, “Moonlight Solitude,” first; Linda Townsend, Minden, “Old Barn in Genoa,” second; Alice Norton, Gardnerville, “Quiet Cove,” third.
Honorable mention: Sabina Bye, Minden, “Nevada Autumn,” pastel; Nicholas Holt, Minden, “Revolution,” photo; Eileen Merrill, Markleeville, “Cana Lilies,” water media; Don Fotine, Minden, “Winter Shadow,” water media; Carolyn Denning, Minden, “Out to Pasture,” water media; Mechele Johnson, Gardnerville, “Glorious Red,” water media.
The People’s Choice Award went to Don Fotine’s “Winter Shadow.”
Proceeds from the annual scholarship show help provide scholarships to students who wish to pursue a career in the arts.