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Monday, April 16, 2012

Cardinal Valley Show

Several member artists of the Renaissance Gallery entered the recent Cardinal Vallery Art Show.

L. Harbison with Climbing Iguana
Linda Harbison got best of show in Ashland at the Cardinal Valley Show for her sculpture “Climbing Iguana”.

Fern Christian received a Merit Award for Fragments in Moonlight "

F. Christian-Fragments in moonlight

Ron Haeberle has two pieces in this show; "Morning Surf XVI " and " Blue Teapot and Daffodil” "Splashing Brook" and "Wow" are the two pieces by Pati Payne.

Linda Helgason entered on piece; “Brent's Back # 2 ".

In addition to her award winning sculpture, Linda Harbison also has another piece in "Centenarian Carousel ".

Cardinal Valley Art Show presented by Arts Boyd County and the Arts Council of Northeastern Kentucky. Hosted by the Pendleton Arts Center in Ashland. "Celebrating ART in the Kentucky Highlands" April 5-28, 2012

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