The 14th annual Sevier County Student Art show award ceremony was held Friday, February 23, at Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts. The awards were juried by Sevierville artist Beverly Gwinn Jones, of Two Coyotes Studio, and Gatlinburg artist Lynn Bland.
Over 60 cash prizes were awarded totaling more than $2200. Top honors were awarded to Molly Noseworthy ($250 Gatlinburg Gateway Foundation Best of Show) for her self portrait in pencil titled Summer's Gone, and to Mary Elizabeth Vance ($225 Sevier County Bank Award) for her mixed media painting titled Transparency. The attached PDF includes a complete list of the award winners.
The show remains open for viewing at Arrowmont until March 3, 2007. Hours are Monday -Saturday 8:30-4:30 . More information is available on the Sevier County Arts Council web site at www.seviercountyartscouncil.org
Beverly Gwinn Jones of Two Coyotes Studio is a local artist who has been working with young people in art and drama for the past 16 years. She began making jewelry in 1991, and has followed an art career ever since. Bev first taught art at Covenant Christian School.... read the rest of the story by Subscribing now.