2009-10-22 / Local & State

SCENES FROM THE FULTON FALL FOLK FESTIVAL

Art Exhibit Winners

Fulton County Art Club Exhibit Best of Show “Barnyard Path” by Anne Gobin Fulton County Art Club Exhibit Best of Show “Barnyard Path” by Anne Gobin Best Of Show

“Barnyard Path” by Anne Gobin.

People’s Choice

“Horse Power” by Brian Tucker.

Student

First - “Palm Tree” by Theresa Homans; second - “Poinsettia” by Madison Romig; third - “Peruvian Children” by Madison Romig; honorable mention - “Still Life” by Theresa Homans.

Still Life

First - “Mums” by Anne Gobin; second - “Pear Study” by Laura Shindle; third - “Kettle” by Charles Walker; honorable mention - “A Basket Full Of Spring” by Evie Cook.

Pastel

First - “Peaceful Spot” by Linda Moseman; second - “Winter Trees” by Joyce Washabaugh; third - “Misty Moon” by Nancy Hogan; honorable mention - “Tresmont Cove” by Linda Moseman.

Some of the more than 100 entries that were judged in nine categories at this year’s art exhibit. Nearly one third of the show was sold over the three-day show. Some of the more than 100 entries that were judged in nine categories at this year’s art exhibit. Nearly one third of the show was sold over the three-day show. Abstract

First - “Santa and Dak Wrapping Gifts” by Nancy Hogan; second - “Blue and Gold Fiber” by Anne Harvey; third - “Under Current” by Laura Shindle; honorable mention - “A Look Back” by Amy Shearer and “Bison in Yellowstone” by Anne Harvey.

Oils

First - “Barnyard Path” by Anne Gobin; second - “Renfre Pumphouse” by Cindy Smith; third - “Sunny Day” by Lu Mattern; honorable mention “Peggy’s Cove” by Cindy Smith; “Renfrew Snowy Lane” by Evie Cook and “Sunset Harbor” by Joan Fries.

The Prairie Gold Rush returned to Fulton County this year as the Minneapolis-Moline tractors and farm equipment were featured in the annual Grease, Steam & Rust Association’s show at the fairgrounds. The Prairie Gold Rush returned to Fulton County this year as the Minneapolis-Moline tractors and farm equipment were featured in the annual Grease, Steam & Rust Association’s show at the fairgrounds. Acrylic

First - “Nuthatch” by Laura Shindle; second - “Out To Sea’ By Joy Carter; third - “Feathers And Fur” by Joy Carter; honorable mention - “2nd and Maple, 12:05 Sunday” by Ben Faunce.

Drawing

First - “Too Quiet” by Joanne Leeds; second - “A Street in Venice” by Cindy Smith; third “Jamestown” by Dee Henry; honorable mention - “Mandale” by Shawn Staub.

Watercolor

First - “Stone Barn” by Tom Duffey; second - “Black Eyed Susans” by Cindy Smith; third - “Silver and Brass” by Glen Sabetto; honorable mention - “Bird Watchers” by Joanne Leeds and “Canadian Lake” by Tom Duffey.

McConnellsburg’s middle and high school SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) members provide a colorful touch of red against a background of gray as they accompany their float up Lincoln Way. McConnellsburg’s middle and high school SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) members provide a colorful touch of red against a background of gray as they accompany their float up Lincoln Way. Photos

First - “tranquility” by Keith Kurfman; second - “Butterfly” by Alma Bivens; third - “Assateague Lighthouse” by Dave Garland; honorable mention - “Thine In a Bottle” by Ken Keebaugh; “Bobby Socks Trees In Black San Basin” by Anne Harvey and “Springtime” by Alma Bivens.

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