Arts of the Terrace winners announced

2015 Arts of the Terrace
2015 Arts of the Terrace

The Arts of the Terrace winners were announced at an Artists’ Reception on Friday at the Mountlake Terrace Library.

This year’s “Best of Show”, sponsored by the McMahan License Agency, was presented to Ellen Grove for a watercolor entitled “Mahal”. Heather Saddler received the Commissioners Choice Award for her 3-Dimensional work, “The Storm”.

Award winners in the Paintings, Prints, and Drawings category included Ellen Grove for “Mahal” (first place), Delores Haugland for “In Praise of Shadows” (second place) and Jerry Steffen Jr. for “Riding Ferry Boat” (third place).

Award winners for Photography were David McCrae for “Frank’s Quality Produce” (first place), Daniel Suckow for “Posing Puffin” (second place) and Daniel Suckow for “Glow at Dusk” (third place).

Award winners for 3-Dimensional were Louise McDowell for “Compassion” (first place), Michael Logozzo for “Yellowstone Oil Spill” (second place), and Heather Saddler for “The Storm” (third place).

Award winners for Artisan Works were Sam Scott for “Black and White Vase” (first place), Sandi Hansen for “Chartreuse in Wool” (second place) and Rick Holst for “Cylinder Jar” (third place).

Miniatures award winners were presented to Donna Jean Perry for “Deep in Clover” (first place), Amy Ng for “Early Morning in the Woods” (second place) and Lyla Jacobsen for “Riding the Coastline” (third place).

Write On Calligraphers award winners were Suzie Beringer for “Close Your Eyes” and Kathy Barker for “Love Conquers All”.

Merit Awards included Teresa Vatter for “Cathedral II” and Gayle Erxleben for “Sanctuary.

Honorable Mention Awards were received by Rocky Barrick, Terri Martin, Rick Holst, Hilda Bordianu, Thomas Nunn, William Harris, Joe Wuts, Melissa Luna, and Mike O’Day.

The “People’s Choice Awards” and the “Children’s Choice Award” will be selected at the end of the show on Oct. 11.

The show attracted over 366 entries and awards were presented for the best pieces selected from over 235 works that were juried into the show.

Located at the Mountlake Terrace Library (23300 58th Avenue W), Arts of the Terrace continues through Sunday, Oct. 11.

Hours are Monday through Thursday, Noon to 6 p.m., Friday and Saturday, 12 to 5 p.m., and Sunday, Oct. 4, 1 to 5 p.m. and Oct. 11, 1 to 3 p.m.


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