2013-06-27 / Entertainment

Artists Fare Well At Franklin Co. Art Exhibit


Pictured above are Sandy Barton, Anne Gobin, Dee Henry, and Linda Mosemann, all of Fulton County, who won awards. Pictured above are Sandy Barton, Anne Gobin, Dee Henry, and Linda Mosemann, all of Fulton County, who won awards. Four Fulton County artists took several top awards recently at the 42nd annual Franklin County Art Alliance Art Exhibit. The show featured more than 300 works of original art in 14 categories.

Taking best of show, presented by Northwood books, was “Good Old Girl,” an oil by Dee Henry of McConnellsburg. Henry also won the SHAPE award for her oil, “The Source,” and received a thirdplace award in the pastel landscape category for “ Oxford Harbor Scene.” Henry’s work can be seen online at deehenry.com.

Sandra Barton of Burnt Cabins won the first place wallspace gallery award for her watercolor portrait, “Mother and Child.” She also received honorable mention for her watercolor, “Path Valley.”

McConnellsburg artist Anne Gobin won the Godfre Biehl Award for best oil landscape for “Acadia” and garnered third place and honorable mention in the portrait category.

Linda Mosemann of Warfordsburg won the Castlewood Art Award for her pastel landscape, “Spring Rye.” She also took third place in the same category for “Winter Field.”

Judges for the show were Paul J. Gallo, a teacher at the Art Institute of York and Jonathan Frazier, award-winning Pennsylvania artist.

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