PAS announces winners of January show

PENDLETON — Pendleton Artists Society named the winners of its Art Study Show, which opened Friday at Gallery 119 in Pendleton.
Terri Best won first place and $100 prize with her acrylic painting “Winter Apples.”
The show is for beginning and amateur artists who presented work done in class or online instruction.
Show judge Debbie Stapleton announced the winners.
Joan Valente placed second ($75) with her oil painting “Morning on Torro,” while Jacquline Harris took third place ($55) with “Sunflowers,” an alcohol ink piece.
Dr. Ken Lau is sponsor for the show, which continues through Jan. 31 at the gallery, 119 W. State St.
Other show winners were:
Karen Zane — Merit Award, “Falling Leaves,” pottery
Terri Best — Honorable Mention, “My Favorite Books,” acrylic
Teddie Mangas Coon — Honorable Mention, “Coastal Calm,” acrylic
Teddie Mangas Coon — Honorable Mention, “Pinky Dinky,” acrylic
Teddie Mangas Coon — People’s Choice Award, “Chubby Chick,” acrylic

Pendleton Artists Society has planned its monthly shows through the end of the year, with a 2-D open show set for February, a photography show set for March and the Pendleton Heights Senior Art Show set for April.
The rest of the shows are: Spring Art Show (May), Juried Show (June), Members Showcase (July), 3-D Show (August), South Madison Visual Art Show (September), Wonderful World of Animals (October), and 12th Annual Juried Show (November/December).
Pendleton Artists Society also offers art classes regularly, with the next one — a four-part pottery class — set to start on Jan. 23. More details are available at and weekly on The Times-Post’s Community Calendar, found on Page 3 and at