Award winners announced for Arts of the Terrace juried show

The Arts of the Terrace juried art show, continuing through Oct. 6 at the Mountlake Terrace Library, announced the award winners from the more than 300 entries in the show.

Best of Show — Jade, a miniature painting by Valencia Carroll

Commissioners Choice Award — A Farm Just Out of Reach, a painting by Steve Whitney

Award winners in Paintings, Prints and Drawings —
First place: Switching the Yard, by Rocky Barrick
Second place: Heirloom Silver, by Susan McManamen
Third place: Red Shrooms, by Karen Leonard

Award winners for Photography —
First place: Moon Over Monterey Cypress, by Ken Strange
Second place: Starry, Starry Night, by Tim Clifton
Third place: Drifting Away, by Dick McMahon

Award winners for 3-Dimensional —
First place: Moonlight Beach, by John DeKoekkoek
Second place: Drawer Full of Blues, by Doug Keith
Third place: Ghost Net Fish, by David Halpern

Award winners for Artisan Works —
First place: Artifact, by Melissa Luna
Second place: Black and White Jar, by Sam Scott
Third place: Brushwork Jar, by Sam Scott

Award winners for Miniatures —
First place: Jade, by Valencia Carroll
Second place: Smooching, by Barbara Freeman
Third place: Butterscotch, by Janie Olsen

Write On Calligraphers award winners —
Nancy Anderson for We Are All Creatures and Gale Waddle Wilkes for Dalai Lama 2

Merit Awards —
Steve Whitney for A Farm Just Out of Reach, Cheryl Hufnagel for North Head Overlook, Lori Knight for Diva, Sandi Hansen for Spring Nesting, Stacy Hamm for Bird History, James McFarlane for Sidewalk Interlude and Lyla Jacobson for Evening Walk

Honorable Mention Awards —
Georgianne Arnot, Mike Mallory, Teresa Vatter, Gayle Erxleben, Shawn Ripley, Barbara Freeman, Alexandra Knight, and Kristy Batie.

The People’s Choice Award and the Children’s Choice Award will be selected at the end of the show on Oct. 6.

Arts of the Terrace is free and open to the public Monday through Thursday noon to 6 p.m., Friday and Saturday noon to 5 p.m., and Sunday 1 to 3 p.m. The Mountlake Terrace Library is located at 23300-58th Ave. W.

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