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Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Sunday, April 3, 2016

2016 Youth Art Show Winners

163 area youths submitted their talented works to the 5th Annual Youth Art Exhibition held recently at the Powerhouse.  A reception was held in conjunction with the Art Crawl on March 22nd. 

Categories were determined by age and amount of entries.

Pre-School - 1st Grade





1st Place:  Bluebird
Jackson Barbieri - Chalk

2nd Place:  Block Life
Tommy Grosskopf  - Mixed Media






3rd Place:  Polar Bear
Michael Fudge - Mixed Media



HM:  Sun Explosion
Chloe Liebenberg - Watercolor


Second Grade


1st Place - Pretty Peacock
McCarley Wyatt - Pastel

2nd Place - Still Life
Javin Mitchelle - Mixed Media

3rd Place:  The Puppeteer
Gray Fisher - Pencil



HM:  Mississippi Landscape
Tyler Beard - Crayon Resist


HM:  Over the Hills
Amelia Helmert - Mixed Media

HM:  Star Shine
Lizah Holland - Mixed Media

Third Grade


1st Place:  Magic Planet
Caroline Wilson

2nd Place:  The Farm
Andrea Rhea - Acrylic



3rd Place: Sunset
Caroline Perkins - Mixed Media

HM:  Blooming Lotus Dream
Anna Cooper - Acrylic





Fourth Grade

1st Place: Sunny Side Wolf
Brinn Vaughn - Watercolor

2nd Place:  The Fox
Danielle Dock - Watercolor

3rd Place:  Inspired by O'Keefe
Ella Beth Hurdle - Oil
HM:  The One That Got Away
Ava Noe - Mixed Media



Fifth and Sixth Grade




1st Place:  Cat
William Kincaid - Pastel


2nd Place:  Brown Beauty
Laila Owens - Acrylic

3rd Place:  Charger
Eva Childress - Pastel


HM:  God's Gifts
Izzy Blaylock - Pastel


Seventh - Ninth Grade


1st Place:  Still Life
Mary Gough - Pastel and Colored Pencil


2nd Place:  Something
Hai Hai Fisher - Pencil

3rd Place:  Leroy
Grant Barbieri - Chalk

HM:  Bunnies
Lyric Jean Heavner - Watercolor


HM:  Untitles
Sarah Kwas - Markers/Pens

Tenth - Twelfth Grade


1st Place:  Seventeen
Kaitlin Vanderford - Graphite


2nd Place:  Sherlock
Anja Diercks - Mixed Media

3rd Place:  Who Wants You
Abigail Elliot - Oil

3rd Place:  Faith
Charli Kendricks - Watercolor and Colored Pencil

HM:  Cross My Heart
Emma Humphreys - Oil






HM:  Orchids
Madeline Henderson - Charcoal/Colored Pencil






People's Choice:  Water Dancer

Savanna Faulkner - Oil




















Sunday, March 13, 2016

Spring Into Art!


Oxford Artists' Guild presents it's annual

Spring Art Show and Sale. 


Members will be exhibiting on the Courthouse Lawn from 9 until 4 on Saturday, March 26th. 

Luke Fisher and the Wilburs will be performing live from 12 until 3.

Come and join us for great music and original, unique local art with pieces ranging from silver jewelry, kudzu basketry, leatherwork, to art media of all types. 

In case of inclement weather, the show will be moved to the Old Armory Pavilion located on the corner of Bramlett Blvd. and University Avenue.

Members Exhibiting:

Charles Chapin
June Pryor
Ed Tropp
Carol Smith
Katherine Adams
Catherine Smith
Cindy Aune
Laila Owens
Tiffeny Owens
Andy Hight
Ann Crabtree
Lori Blaylock
Pam Locke
Janet Barnes
Mark Barnes
Susan Rose
Pat Gillenwater
Lee Ann O'Keefe


5th Annual Youth Art Exhibition

Over 150 works created by our very talented area youth are now on display at the Powerhouse!

A reception to honor these talented artists will be held Tuesday, March 22nd from 6-8.

Steve Thomas will be on hand entertaining with his balloon magic!

Appetizers and beverages will be served.

The show will continue to be on display through April 4th at the Powerhouse.  Works may be viewed Monday - Friday from 9-5 and after hours during special events.

Saturday, February 27, 2016

Library Show

The Frances McEwen Library Show was a great success.  The talent of the members is incredible.

Cindy Aune demonstrated her skills during the reception!






More pictures from the show and reception.