2010-10-21 / Entertainment

FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS

colored pencil drawing, “Invisible Gaze,” took the art exhibit’s top award, Best of Show. colored pencil drawing, “Invisible Gaze,” took the art exhibit’s top award, Best of Show. Art Exhibit Awards

Best Of Show

“Invisible Gaze” by Madison Romig.

People’s Choice

“Mack-In-Tosh” by Joy Carter.

Photography

First - “Lion Queen” by Ken Seelye; second - “Taos Pueblo” by Sandra Barton; third - “Library Robins” by Anne Harvey; honorable mentions - “Charleston S.C.” by Sandra Barton; “Bain Barn” by Alma Bivens; “Winter Rose” by Alma Bivens.

Children’s Photography

Honorable mentions - “Peek-a-Boo” by Quincy McMath; “Got-Cha” by Porter McMath.

Pastel

First - “Just Before Dusk” by Linda Mosemann; second - “Rocks On Schoodic” by Dee Henry; third - “Indian Maid” by Joyce Washabaugh; honorable mentions - “Jordan Pond” by Linda Mosemann; “Abandoned Feeder Shed” by Joyce Washabaugh.

Harrisonville was one of a large number of folks who visited this year’s art exhibit. Harrisonville was one of a large number of folks who visited this year’s art exhibit. Watercolor

First - “Begonias” by Linda Best; second - “Fractured Light” by Glen Sabetto; third - “Striped Hat” by Sandra Barton; honorable mention - “In Sunlight” by Sandra Barton; “Amaryllis II” by Ruth Durbin.

Drawing

First - “Invisible Smile” by Madison Romig; second - “Buck In The Woods” by Sheena Howell.

Mixed Media/3-D

First - “Portrait of Lizz” by Anne Harvey; second - “Sacred Vision” by Nancy Hogan; third - “America The Beautiful In 3-D” by Dwight Harvey; honorable mention - “The Callahans” by Anne Harvey.

pastels, watercolors, drawings, mixed media, acrylic and oil pieces entered in the Fulton County Art Club’s annual exhibit at the library in McConnellsburg. pastels, watercolors, drawings, mixed media, acrylic and oil pieces entered in the Fulton County Art Club’s annual exhibit at the library in McConnellsburg. Acrylic

First - “Mack-In-Tosh” by Joy Carter; second - “The Dance” by Holly Smith; third - “Rose Tatoo” by Joy Carter; honorable mentions - “High Domain” by Wilber Smith; “Tora Feather” by Joy Carter.

Oil

First - “Winter Sunlight” by Anne Gobin; second - “Home Sweet Home” by Charles Walker; third - “Andy’s Train” by Joan Fries; honorable mention – “The Path” by Lu Mattern; “Summer Bloom” by Virginia Hair; “A Bowl Of Fruit” by Christine Fries; “Golden Eagle” by Rena Ott; “Tide Pool” by Dee Henry.

a landscape in oil painted by McConnellsburg artist Anne Gobin, was judged the show’s first-place oil painting. a landscape in oil painted by McConnellsburg artist Anne Gobin, was judged the show’s first-place oil painting. Quilt Club Winners

Fulton County Quilt Club 2010 contest winners are as follows:

Youth Quilts

First - Erin Downey; second - Emily Horton.

Youth Wall Hanging

Second - Nicole Cutchall.

Youth Pillow

First - Corrina Parsons; second - Brock Hohman; third - Lauryn King.

Youth Small Items

First - Mikaila Hockensmith; second - Kinsey Cutchall; third - Christian Everts.

Adult Applique &

Best Use Of Color First- Judith Tyson.

wall hangings and small items were shown over the three-day show, including pieced, appliqued and mixed media examples. wall hangings and small items were shown over the three-day show, including pieced, appliqued and mixed media examples. Adult Patchwork &

Silver Thimble

First - Barbara Nellemann; second - Cindy Glessner; third - Joan Lacy.

Adult Mixed Media

Second - Annette Gress/Betty Hollinshead.

Group Quilt

First - Fulton County Quilt Club (best of show); second - Thelma Kincaid/ Cindy Glessner; third - Joan Lacy/Crystal Covalt.

Adult Baby Quilt

Patchwork

First - Joanna Atkinson; second - Joan Lacy.

Adult Small Items

First - Barbara Nellemann.

Adult Wall Hanging

Framed

First - Barbara Nellemann

Adult wall Hanging

that were judged by Leilani Breckbill of Chambersburg, 2010 Quilt Show judge. that were judged by Leilani Breckbill of Chambersburg, 2010 Quilt Show judge. Unframed

First - Barbara Nellemann; second - Karen Witmer; third - Arlene Nesbitt.

Winner of the raffle quilt was Dr. Vicki Ellis of Mercersburg.
of the founders of the Fulton County Quilt Club and a featured quilter at this year’s show, talks with fellow quilters and visitors to the show on Friday. of the founders of the Fulton County Quilt Club and a featured quilter at this year’s show, talks with fellow quilters and visitors to the show on Friday.
the annual Fall Folk Festival Quilt Show went to the Fulton County Quilt Club’s Flying Geese pattern quilt. The 79-inchby 93-inch pieced quilt was raffled off at the end of the three-day show and won by Dr. Vicki Ellis of Mercersburg. the annual Fall Folk Festival Quilt Show went to the Fulton County Quilt Club’s Flying Geese pattern quilt. The 79-inchby 93-inch pieced quilt was raffled off at the end of the three-day show and won by Dr. Vicki Ellis of Mercersburg.
Wagon Wheel pattern quilt won the quilt show’s Silver Thimble award. It was pieced and quilted by Barbara Nellemann of McConnellsburg, a consistent wnner at the annual quilt show. Wagon Wheel pattern quilt won the quilt show’s Silver Thimble award. It was pieced and quilted by Barbara Nellemann of McConnellsburg, a consistent wnner at the annual quilt show.

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