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The winners in the 14th annual Arts by the Shore, hosted by Oak Island Art Guild and Oak Island Parks and Recreation, have been announced.
Jane Staszak, an award-winning artist and judge from South Carolina, was the juror.
Best of Show
“Thunderhead” by Dick Staat.
First place: “Old Wilmington Beauty” by Ann Lees.
Second place: “Morning Rush” by Phil Meade.
Third place: “Paint Job” by Ortrud Tyler.
First place: “Drumline” by Katrina Fairbanks.
Second place: “Segue” by Miriam Pinkerton.
First place: “Another Time” by Bud Peery.
Second place: “Beach Cats” by Phyllis Riley.
Third place: “Three Oranges” by Jan Boland.
Merit: “Charlie” by Ray Cullis.
First place: “Under the Oaks” by Helga Beacham.
Second place: “Safe Harbor” by Suzanne Ellett.
Third place: “Winnabow Trawler” by Roger Tatum.
Merit: “Retired” by Wanda Cornelius.
First place: “Oriental Expressions” by Miriam Pinkerton.
Second place: “Design Number I” by Eloise Randolph.
Third place: “The Green Bra” by Phyllis Riley.
First place: “Deep In Thought” by John Muuss.
Second place: “Hatching Journey” by Zelle Jackson.
First place: “Seated Figure” by Richard Staat.
Second place: “Tom” by Ray Cullis III.
First place: “Memories Unchained” by Amanda Hailey.
Second place: “Sea Box” by Rebecca Pierre.
First place: “Model A Ford” by Anthony Aweeky.
First place: “Quilted Jacket” by Charlene Rizzo.
Second place: “Octagon Basket” by Nancy Pollicino.
First place: “Turtle Pendant” by Marge Pennington.
First place: “Female Equinox” by Joyce Grazetti.
Second place: “Lipped Pottery “ by Kimberly Caroon.
Third place: “Big Blue Bowl” by Betsy Sellers.
Merit: “Desert Sand” by Carol Aweeky.
First place: “Wind Flowers” by Frances Covington.
Second place: “Favorite Things” by Charlene Rizzo.
First place: “Tulip Patch” by Raymond Del Pezzo.
Second place: “Flamingo” by Penny Prettyman.
Brunswick Arts Council’s Best of Show Award.
BB&T: “The Big Dive” by Sue Ernest.
The Town of Oak Island: “Who’s the Navigator” by Sue Ernest.
Island Way: “Palm Lizard” by Linda Drye.
Oak Island Parks & Recreation: “Dunes at Dawn” by Jean Groon.