PENDLETON — The South Madison Community Visual Arts exhibit took place recently at Gallery 119, located at 119 W. State St., Pendleton.

Tamara Magers won Best of Show with “A Luminous Canal,” and Prudy Dillon was runner-up with “Still Life With Fruit.”

Adam Kyle was voted People’s Choice with “Pirate of Goldbar.”

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Honorable mentions went to Katy Burke, Russell Hays, Brenda Morris Jarrett, Kenneth Lau and John Silvey.

The exhibit was made possible through the South Madison Community Foundation Arts Fund, which was established by the children of Robert E. and Vinetta A. Wills in honor of their mother, Vinetta Aiman Wills.

The purpose of the fund is to recognize people with artistic talent through monetary reward and public recognition.

Local Tri Kappa members played host to the exhibit.