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Wild Things exhibit winners announced

Winners in the Wild Things exhibit were recognized at a reception held on Aug. 4 at the RAL Art Center in Kilmarnock.

Judge Sherry Hodges, who holds a degree in fine arts from the College of William and Mary and a master’s degree in art education from Virginia Commonwealth University, announced the winners.

First place went to “Old and Gnarly,” an oil painting by new RAL co-op Jody Ball. A handmade book made of viscose paper and silk, “An Endless Sky Until …” by fiber artist Barbara Brecher won second place. Rounding out the top three awards was a photograph by Bob Sutherland titled “Heaven’s Light,” a photograph of a heron facing a marsh sunrise.

Honorable mentions went to “Armed and Delicious,” a fused glass piece by Laurie Breakwell, “Empty Nest,” a pastel painting by Mel Neale, “GIRAFFHYSTERIA,” a found object sculpture by Joy Bolger, “Dear, We Need a New House,” a photograph by Gayle Werling, and “Hello!” an oil painting by Jorie Wiley.

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