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26th Annual Judged Show

Exhibit runs through April 6

Thank you to our sponsors:

Winners:

Best in Show 

Joanne M. Talbot “At the Table” Watercolor 

Watercolor

1st Place
Joanne M. Talbot “At the Table”
2nd Place
Lorraine Mullaney “The Oak”
3rd Place
Barbara Pecce “Rain Forrest Ginger II”  

Photography

1st Place
Ron Selby “Blue Sky Reflection”
2nd Place
Lindsay Pettinicchi “Hooded Merganser Swimming” 
3rd Place
Bill Bogle “Awakening, Driftwood Beach”

Other

1st Place-
Mary Burrell “Olaf”

Oil

1st Place
John Meckley “Long Flight Home”
2nd Place
Tricia Gardner “Sublime”
3rd Place
Murray Sease
“Carriage Ride”

Acrylic

1st Place
Sheila Garbasky “Max’s Garden”
2nd Place
Julie Harden “Awake”

Mixed Media

1st Place
Audrey Salkind “Pastoral Impressions”
2nd Place
Donna Varner “Natures Way 2”
3rd Place Eileen Mazur “Bustee And Brokki”

26th Annual Judged Show Judge

The judge for the show is Mark Boedges. Mark Boedges has amassed numerous awards and shown his work in many galleries in a short amount of time. After graduating from the University of Kansas with a degree in philosophy, Boedges pursued his passion for painting — particularly plein art, which would remain his focus for several years. Eventually, Boedges went back to school to study fine art at the University of Colorado, but he left the program after two years to study exclusively from nature. Among his many accolades, Boedges received the Grand Prize for Landscape and a spot on the cover of International Artist magazine. He recently received the Joseph Hartley Memorial award at the prestigious Salmagundi Club in New York City, Best in Show at the American Impressionist Society’s National Exhibition and Best in Show at the Scottsdale Salon of Fine Art.

Today, Boedges leads plein air workshops and is a well-known judge for shows throughout the country. His studio is located in Charlotte, Vermont. Boedges continues to hone his craft through collaborating with other artists and attending workshops. Visit markboedges.com for more information.