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The MAC 37th Easter Exhibition


The 37th Easter Exhibition saw all the hard work by volunteers come together with 60 plus gathered around the podium for much anticipated announcements and presentations. CABBI President Sheryl Miller was invited to Judge the Montague Art & Craft Society's 37th Annual Open Easter Art Exhibition 2018 at Narooma. Sheryl awarded the Narooma Art Prize to a watercolour "Nature Study" painted by Ian Mackenzie of Tomakin. She commented that the painting was exquisite with a "Delicacy of pattern & light with a well balanced and interesting composition".


Above: Sheryl with Ian and his painting. Photos Below: Viv Mason gave greeting to country and gave a special thanks to the ladies of Montague Art and Craft Society Inc for helping with costumes and giving support and also to the Men's Shed for their support. Kris Macauley gave an introduction about the Montague Art and Craft Society Inc and Narooma Visitor Information Centre and thanked volunteers!

Sheryl Miller from Batemans Bay was then introduced as the experienced judge. Janet Jones receiving Judges Choice Award for Oils Kirk Ryder won photography. Jennifer won Mixed Media for "Fragments" on her Special Birthday! The Macauley Family Award went to Robyn for her Mixed Media "Kianga Point" Best In Show Award....Sheryl Miller with the winner Ian Mackenzie ,for his watercolour "Nature Study", shown with MACS V.P.'s Kris and Judy . Works on Paper winner, Rae Conway show with Sheryl Miller and her pastel, "Granite Country". Kirk Ryder and his winning photograph of Spring Beach (Tasmania) Jan Atkinson and Sheryl Miller with Jan's stunning mosaic "Ebony", the Judges Choice Award in Ceramic, mosaic and Sculpture category.

#Arts #Narooma #Paper

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