PAS presents awards in 2-D show


PENDLETON — Pendleton Artists Society recently announced the winners of its 2-D Art Show, which is running through February at Gallery 119 in Pendleton.

Lynn Rockwell won First Place for his watercolor painting “Winter Farm Lane.”

Greg Geralds won the Second Place award with the acrylic work “Clock Watcher,” while Nelly Arnold won Third Place with the graphite work “Little Colt.”

Joan Valente won People’s Choice and a Merit Award with her oil painting “Adrift in Autumn.”

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Show judge Gary Brummet presented Merit Awards to Rockwell for watercolor “Nut Hatch” and Sandy Hall for fluid acrylic “The Guardian.”

Brummet also awarded Honorable Mentions to:

• Arlyne Springer for her linocut “Dawn and Duck”

• Dutch Gosman for his oil paintings “Hidden Falls” and “Morning Light”

• Terri Best for her acrylic work “Winter Flowers”

• Dianne Burrell for her acrylic piece “Holly Hock Dreams,” and

•Sandy Hall for her fluid acrylic painting “A Monet Moment’” and acrylic work “Two Ages.”

The gallery, which is open 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays, is located at 119 W. State St., Pendleton.

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