Newest show opens at Council Gallery
The Currituck County Arts Council recently opened its latest show, SOUNDSIDE at the Council Gallery located in the Moyock Branch Library. Entries were judged by Jeff Harrison, Chief Curator of the Chrysler Museum of Art. Three awards were selected. First place was presented to artist Shirley Williams for her watercolor painting, No Seatbelts. In a very rare feat second and third place ribbons were won by artist Sheila Carsten for her pen and ink setting, Progression and her acrylic painting, Sundown. The show will be on display until mid-January when a new show, on loan from the Hampton Roads Naval Museum, will be installed. The public is invited and there is no admission charge.
Jeff Harrison explains fine points of the first prize work to, from left, Stephanie Henkel, Jan Hodgis and Lois Thomas.
Artist Sheila Carsten with Judge Jeff Harrison by her 2nd place set, "Progression."
Susan Evans, President of the Currituck County Arts Council
Lois Thomas, Chairperson of the show
Billy Barnes studied a work by artist Bob Boyette.
Two-year-old Henry Seivers picked out his favorite.
CCAC members Gail Hasselbecker, left, and Jeanette Denicke.
Artist Christine Henninger and her husband, Edourd, with Jeff Harrison.
Following Our Passionsby Jean Loxley-Barnard
A Vision of Youth
The Universal Languageby Breonna Loxley
On The Front Porch With You
Too Plugged-in to Peek-a-Booby Rob Lauer
Igniting the Sparkby Dr. Bill Austin
Watch Your Competitorsby Terry Young
Preparing for Aerial Shootsby Terry Young
THE HOPE TRAP -- Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Had a Historyby Jean Loxley-Barnard