Georgia Sprague’s artwork, “Main Street Medley,” is the winner of this year’s Daffodil Festival print contest.
Sprague graduated from Christopher Newport University in 2011 with a Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art, and has spent most of her life drawing and creating in some form or fashion. She has recently focused her efforts on acrylic painting, which has been a convenient medium for her busy life as a single mom.
Sprague has been shown in exhibitions around the Tidewater area, including recently winning first place in the 2022 Small Works Exhibition at the Charles H. Taylor Visual Arts Center, Hampton. Sprague hopes to continue her study by entering a low residency master of fine arts program in the next few years.
Myrna Graham of Gloucester was selected for honorable mention for her artwork, “The Edge Hill House: Daffodils bring Hope of Spring.”
Other entries included, “Spring Flowers,” by Glenn Brooks of Williamsburg; “Rosewell All Jazzed Up,” by Savannah Haugdahl of Vir...
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