Art show fundraiser to benefit student artists with scholarships
The Carson Valley Art Association gives its heartfelt thanks to the businesses and individuals who donated raffle prizes, all those who bought the raffle tickets, and the Carson Valley Photo Club who entered 20 -30 photos to our show, making it the largest in recent years.
The photo club also has a current show hanging in the Copeland Cultural Arts Center, through Dec. 11.
Like recent years, the artists in this year’s show were largely from Carson Valley, but we had entrants from Carson City, Markleeville, Wellington, Dayton, Reno, Silver Springs and Mammoth Lakes.
Diane Divelbess, our show judge, was impressed by the quality and breadth of the work exhibited. CVAA will be well able to present our scholarships to next year’s graduating seniors from Douglas and Whittell High Schools. They can use all the help these days to continue their art education.
Again, many thanks to our raffle prize donors. Please visit these businesses and the galleries presenting our artist’s work.
Anne Armijo, Nancy Bargmann, Linda & Noel Bottoms, Pam Brekas, Marge Buttles, Candles and Crafts, Carolyn Denning, Carson Valley Art Association, Carson Valley Arts Council, Carson Valley Inn, Carson Valley Swim Center, Country Club, Cowboy Cafe, Danny’s Ironwood Grill, Dick Blick Art, 88 Cups, Don Fotine, Galaxy Theatres, Grafix8, Greenhouse Garden Center, Harrahs Harveys, Heartstrings, Indigo Restaurant Ironwood Cinemas, Wendell Jenness, Joyces Fine Jewelry, Nancy Kilburg, Kayti Kudrna, Lakeside Inn, Mechele Johnson, Margie Leslie, Liras Market, Lone Tree Art and Frames, Marv’s Custom Framing, Charles Mc Intosh, Janice Powell, The Ridge Resorts, Russell’s Mercantile, Yasmin Sayyed, Shear Heaven Salon, Kay Shwab (Hair Care), Tahoe Ridge Wines, The New Rancho Grande, Two Guys from Italy, Video Library, Betty Warner, Wasabi’s, Woodette’s Diner, World Gym.
Carson Valley Art Association
Winners in the CVAA Scholarship Benefit art show
CVAA Scholarship Benefit Show Winners Our Scholarship Benefit Show was judged by Diane Divelbess, who is retired from Chair of the Art Department at Cal Poly Pomona and now has her studio/gallery on Whidby Island, WA.
BEST IN SHOW
Don Fotine, “Sleeping Giant,” water media
Nancy Bargman, “Jenny,” mixed media
PHOTOGRAPHY – 47 entries
First Place: Bob Hickox “Out of this World”; Second Place: Dean Ward, “Bodie Door Knob”; Third Place: Tim Ford, “The Barn; Honorable Mention: Anne Bothwell , “Got Nuts”; Honorable Mention: Kathy Port, “Winter Reflection”
WATER MEDIA – 40 entries
First Place: Cheyenne McAfee “Place Where Those Bird Brained Ideas are Hatched”; Second Place: Teri Sweeney, “Basque Country”; Third Place: Anne Armijo, “Ancient Autumn Artifact”; Honorable Mention: Paul Hernandez, “Got Sand”
OIL – 22 entries
First Place: Gary Helseth, “Old Lace”; Second Place: Howard Friedman, “The Waterfall”; Third Place: Nancy Clarke, “White Water”; Honorable Mention: Brianne Newmann, “The Mortician’s Nightmare”; Honorable Mention: Betty Warner: “West Fork, Carson River”
MIXED MEDIA – 16 entries
First Place: Nancy Bargman, “Jenny”; Second Place: Pam Brekas, “Natures Chips to Go” – 3D; Third Place: Lee Lewis, “Grapevine”
PASTEL – 12 entries
First Place: Charlene Howdle,”The Hunter”; Second Place: Linda Towsend: “Old Dayton House”; Third Place: Ida Glazier, “Togetherness”
Acrylic – 8 entries
First Place: Ric Rose, “A Carson Valley Day”; Second Place: Seth Johnson, “Fall Aspen”; Third Place: Anna Luise Darden, “Art Nouveaux”