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January 23, 2014

WAA announces winning art entries

The Weatherford Art Association announced the winning entries in its 2014 Western Art Show and Sale at a reception held Friday.

Special guest artist Homer Norris, from Aledo, and art judge Randy Meador were in attendance.

Best of Show was awarded to Debra Sue Waters for her watercolor painting called “Well Worn Jeans.”

First place was awarded to Carrol Richardson for a pencil drawing called “Hello Friend.”

Second place was awarded to Pamela Steege with her photograph on canvas called “8 Seconds.”

Third place was awarded to Ron Adair with his oil painting called “Will.”

The show and sale will run through Feb. 9 at the Firehouse Gallery, 119 Palo Pinto St.

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