The Mathews County Woman’s Club will host an open house from 1-3 p.m. Sunday at the clubhouse on Route 14, exhibiting student artwork submitted to its annual show.
Local artist Gib Pulley has judged the art. Blue, red and yellow ribbons were given to the top three works in each category, with a best in show among blue ribbon winners awarded at each local school.
Hannah Davis of Lee-Jackson Elementary School won the award for her papier-maché pig; Thomas Hunter Middle School student Emily Lewis won the best in show for her pencil drawing; Avery Betz of Mathews High School won the award for giraffes.
These students will receive certificates for a class from the Bay School.
Winners by category and school included the following:
Kindergarten: mixed media, Kate Small (blue) and Chase Murphy (red); miscellaneous collage, Kate Davis (blue) and River Menke (red); painting tempura, Kate Small (blue), Paige Morris (red) and Wilbert Zetina Frias and Cali Hanna (yell...
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