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Awards Announced in 10th Annual Texas Society of Sculptors Show

First Place Award: Gaia Grieving by Tom Gingras

The Texas Society of Sculptors held an awards ceremony on Sunday, July 16 to announce awards in their Tenth Annual Summer Show at the Georgetown Public Library.

Winners are:

First Place: “Gaia Grieving” by Tom Gingras
Second Place: “Bridget Pondering” by Cass Hook
Third Place: “Morning Greeting” by Pat Moberley Moore
Honorable Mention, Metal: “Jenny” by Jeff Jones
Honorable Mention, Wood: “The Role Player” by C.D. Weaver
Honorable Mention, Mixed Media: “Three Mothers” by Vera Smiley
Librarians’ Choice: “Psychobilly Hell Bass” by John Mark Luke
People’s Choice: “Big Bend” by John Maisano

The exhibit will continue through September 22. Most of the pieces in the exhibit are available for purchase.

Mari Ramirez LaFave, president of Georgetown Art Works, served as juror for the awards.

Before the awards were announced, Georgetown Mayor Dale Ross made a proclamation honoring Dar Richardson of the Texas Society of Sculptors for his work as an artist and arts organizer in the community.

A sculpture demonstration will take place in the lobby of the Library on Saturday, September 16 from 1 to 3 p.m. Several of this year’s featured sculptors will demonstrate their techniques and processes in clay, bronze, wood, metal, and stone.

Second Place Award: Bridget Pondering by Cass Hook
Third Place: Morning Greeting by Pat Moberley Moore
Honorable Mention: Jenny by Jeff Jones
Honorable Mention: The Role Player by C.D. Weaver
Honorable Mention: Three Mothers by Vera Smiley
Librarians’ Choice: Psychobilly Hell Bass by John Mark Luke
People’s Choice: Big Bend by John Maisano