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Public Picks Favorites At Art Guild's Spring Show

Art.Hanna People's Choice

Hannah Romaker’s acrylic, “Brothers In Arms”, was selected as People’s Choice in the open division at the Ava Art Guild Spring Show which ran May 28-June 7.

Elisebeth Penn's pencil drawing, "Girlie Girl", was selected by the public as People's Choice in the Under 18 division at the Ava Art Guild Spring Art Show held May 28-June 7 at the Ava Art Gallery.

Elisebeth Penn’s pencil drawing, “Girlie Girl”, was selected by the public as People’s Choice in the Under 18 division at the Ava Art Guild Spring Art Show held May 28-June 7 at the Ava Art Gallery.

The people have spoken and they have chosen the winners of the People’s Choice awards for adult and under 18 categories from the Spring Art Show.
Visitors to the art show were encouraged to vote for their favorite piece of art while browsing the over 80 entries that were included in the art show.
Congratulationis go to Hannah Romaker with her acrylic painting “Brothers in Arms” which received the People’s Choice award in the open division. This was Hannah’s first time entering in the art show but it was a very popular painting with its bold subject.
The winner of the junior, under 18, category was Elisebeth Penn with her pencil drawing titled “Girlie Girl.”  She did a great job and the Guild is also excited to have her as a new member, and hopes to see more art from her in the future.
It is almost the 4th of July…Wait didn’t we just have Christmas? The time flies when you are having fun and the Ava Art Guild will be having fun making patriotic windsocks at the monthly workshop Saturday, June 15.
The Art Guild holds art workshops the third Saturday of the month and this one is no different.
Grace Ferguson will lead in making these windsocks. Social time and refreshments start at 1 p.m., a short business meeting, including the annual elections at 1:30 p.m. and workshop at 2 p.m..
Workshops are free and open to public; the Art Guild provides all the materials but if you happen to have any extra red, white and blue ribbon you are encouraged to bring it, but it is not required to join in this fun and creative time.
The Art Guild is an all volunteer organization that promotes art, artists and art education in the Ozarks. The gallery is open Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. to browse the art and shop for unique gifts.
To contact the Guild,  mailto:, avaart, or find the art guild on Facebook.