First Place PaintingNovember

Articles and photos of POM Winners Courtesy of Norm Freyer

The paintings receiving such recognition for the month of November 2018 were, First Choice, a painting “Elephant Appetite” by Dolly Boston of Lecanto, FL. There was a tie for Second Choice, a painting “Autumn Leaves”, by Susan Strawbridge of Inverness, FL, and a painting “Story of a Secret House”, by Nancy Vallimont of Beverly Hills, FL. These paintings can be viewed in the lobby of the Cadence Bank in Inverness at the junction of Rtes. 41 & 44.

November First PlacePolly Boston
Elephant Appetite



Second Place

Susan Strawbridge Nancy Vallimont
Autumn Leaves
Susan Strawbridge
Story of a Secret HouseNancy Vallimont


January

The paintings receiving such recognition for the month of October 2018 were, First Choice, a painting Yvonne Brunelle of Floral City, FL, and Second Choice, a painting, by Michelle Grover of Yankeetown, FL.

Gingi MartinYvonne Brunelle

 

Second Place
Suzanne MahrMichelle Grover

 

 

About POM
The contest is held in the months of
October, November, January, February, March, and April.
Members are encouraged to enter one original watercolor painting.
Votes cast by the membership determine the first and second choices.

Bring paintings BEFORE 11:30 AM

The first and second place paintings of the month are displayed at
Cadence Bank in Inverness, 301 S US HWY 41

 

  1. You must be a current member of CWS. Previous winners in the club year (October-April) are ineligible.
    There must be at least five entries for competition to proceed.

  1. Paintings submitted must be ORIGINAL!!!! Must be your own composition, not copied. No computer art or prints.

  1. Must be watermedia done in an aqueous manner….that means that acrylic is acceptable if it looks like
    transparent watercolor. No other media except as very small accents.

  1. Must be painted on paper, treated paper, synthetic paper, or paper mounted on board. No canvas.

  1. Collage is acceptable only if it is done on paper painted by the artist with watermedia.
    Collage from printed material and photos not acceptable.


Please have your painting framed or ready to be framed…
i.e. matted and covered. There are no size or color restrictions on mats or frames.
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