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Gillen wins Best in Show for juried art

Winning entries on display at City Hall

STAFF REPORTS
Published on Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Ron Gillen won Best in Show at the Greer Cultural Arts Center’s (GCAC) “Greer through the ages” juried art show.

The art is on exhibit at Greer City Hall and some of the works are available for sale.

Winners and their places are:

Professional Division

Visual Arts
1. Ron Gillen, “Greer City Hall at Dawn’s Early Light”

2. Skip Johnston, “Greer Opry”

3. Heather Hudson, “Summer Days”

Photography

1. Heather Hannon, “Carolina Refreshments”

2. Danielle Lloyd, “Greer City Hall”

3. Tom Ebetino, “Branches Blooming”

Honorable mention: Tom Ebetino, “Gateway to Greer”

Student Divisions – High School

Photography

1. Jasmine Martin, “Greater with Time”

2. Brent Beadles, “Lake Robinson”

3. Brent Beadles, “Peaces to Polyester”

Visual Arts

1. Emory Usher, Hope and Nostalgia” 

2. Tim Bright, “A Walk Through History”

3. Avery Frost, “Days Gone By”

Honorable mention: Brent Beadles, “Friday Night Fights”

Middle School

Visual arts

1. Madelyne Moody, “Ice Cream Never Goes Out of Style”

2. Emma Marks, Transformed Over Time”

Elementary

Visual arts

1. Jessica Moody (title unavailable)

 

Businesses mentioned in this article.

City of Greer, Greer Cultural Arts

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