2016 Art Show

Reception and Award Ceremony - October 21
Public Viewing - October 22 -22

Resurrection Catholic Church, Moneta


Best in Show: Jane Schafer, My Favorite View

People's Choice: Jason DeLong, Hope


1st Place, Amelia Ruth-Cooper, Amelia (self portrait)

2nd Place, Nancy Rae Brown, Skyline Sunset

Merit, Jeni Thomas, Iowa Sunset


1st Place, Robert Sheppard, Off the Beaten Path

2nd Place, Susan Dietrich Gring, A New Day Dawns

Merit, Sheridan Brown, Old Portal

Mixed Media:

1st Place, Elizabeth Garnett, Sunset Sails on SML

2nd Place, Leslie Santapaul, Stiff Breeze

Merit, Philip O. Sheridan, Young and Foxy

Water Color:

1st Place, Jane Schafer, My Favorite View

2nd Place, Greg Cooper, Rusty Buckets

Merit, Carole Honig, Oops-a-Daisy


1st Place, Jason Delong, Hope

2nd Place, Sandra M. Grove, Sylvan Reflections

Merit, Shelly LaTreill, The Kiss

SML Scene:

1st Place, Carol Plaskon, Bernard's Landing @ 50

2nd Place, Shelly LaTreill, The Pond

Merit, Clif Collins, Faded Memory


1st Place, Cyrus R. Li, Sunset

2nd Place, Josh Amos, Random

Merit, Victoria Midkiff, Cherry Blossoms

Judge's Merit:

Jordan Worrell (Student), Multi Color

Leslie Santapaul, Red Pup

Sarah J. Baskett, Mei' Mei'

Parven Pejman, Magnolia

Leigh Howard, Peony color explosioin

Whitney c. Brock, Where's the Smoke

Rita Carroll, Guitar Man


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We are proud to announce that Brooke Marcy judged the art show. 

Brooke Marcy is currently the Curator at Riverviews Artspace in Lynchburg, VA, having taught art at Randolph College and George Mason University. Her love of art began in pre-school, carried through her public and private school years, and her formal education at Hamilton College, the Art Students League in New York, the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, and George Mason University, from which she received her MFA. She has worked within the art world at the Museum of Modern Art and the Art Capital Group, both in New York City. She is a dedicated award winning oil painter and strong supporter of the arts.  Her paintings borrow the compositions, styles and symbolism of 16th and 17th century Dutch still life painters while introducing the modern. In contrast to the foods found in the old master paintings, her work highlights some of the unhealthy, inexpensive, and highly processed foods, which are readily available and frequently consumed by Americans.  When looking at the paintings, she hopes the viewer will consider the disconnect that has occurred over time between ourselves, our food sources, and the effects that these foods have on our health and lifestyle. She has exhibited and is in collections nationally and internationally, including such places as Boston, New York, Washington D.C, Los Angles, San Francisco, New Orleans, Richmond, and Sichuan, China. 

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