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Fantasy art show winners

Fantasy art show winners
Seguin Art League President Robin Walker awards the first-place trophy to Howard Crunk for his wood sculpture, “Sleepy Eyes.”

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November 20, 2013
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The Seguin Art League has announced the winners of the 2013 Fantasy Show, “Little Inspirations.”

First place was awarded to Howard Crunk for his wood sculpture, “Sleepy Eyes.” He was awarded the Salvador Dali Trophy and will select a theme for the 2014 exhibition. Patricia Hanley took second place for her acrylic, “I Think I Saw a Purple Cow,” while Donna Maske earned third place with a fiber piece titled “Woodland.”

Additionally, honorable mentions went to artists Roger Betschler for “Escaped” in raku, Donna Maske for “Tidal Pool” in clay, and Howard Crunk for his oil painting, “Untitled.”

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