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To the editor:
On behalf of the Waterway Art Association, I wish to thank you for the wonderful feature in the Be Scene section June 7.
Our membership is proud to have so many talented artists among us and your recognition with a feature will challenge our members to continue to excel.
Some winners not featured include:
First place for the Awards of Excellence: Pat Golden, “Tranquility;” second place, Susan Mauney, “Dear Simone;” and third place, Brenda Goff, “Gabriel.”
The Brunswick Art Council award was presented to Don Bashore for “Storm Wave.”
Mary Ann Kelly won the Peoples Choice award for her watercolor, “A Special Moment after the Game.” The Best in Show award went to Marie Kasper for her oil painting, “Sunset at Sunset.” Merit and honorable mention awards were also presented.
Two members, Marilyn Pounds and Barbara Clark, donated paintings to the Brunswick Community College, South Brunswick Islands Extension building.
A donation of $500 was awarded by Waterway Art Association to Hope Shadding Hyer, a visual arts teacher at South Brunswick Middle School, who will use the funds for supplies in her work with the students.
The Calabash Fire Station has been our home for several years, and since the building will be demolished for a future new station, we will no longer be able to meet there. Paint-ins have been from 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. every Wednesday.
Interested new members can check out our website at www.waterwayart.org to learn of our new location after July 4.
Waterway Art Association