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The Lake Area Artists' annual show and sale was well received by all. Read about the many award-winning artists, and who won Best of Show.

COURTESY PHOTO  - Janet Amundson-Splidsboel's art Destined Course won Best of Show in the 2019 Lake Area Artists Show and Sale. The art is made of encaustic (molten pigmented beeswax) measuring 36-inches by 24-inches.

The Lake Area Artists recently held its annual show and sale at Lakewood Center for the Arts. Winners of the show have been announced.

Best of Show award when to Janet Amundson-Splidsboel for her piece "Destined Course." Taking first place was Pamela Smithsted for "A Rainy Day in Santiago." Second place winner was Leslie Cheney-Parr for her "Hyde Street Pier" and third place winner was Sarah Bouwsma for "Big Spring Creek." Winning the Pat Tunks Award was Gretha Lindwood for "Hail Columbia." Honorable mention awards went to Dancing Waves" by Patrice Cameron, "Portal In Bloom" by Susan Greenbaum, "Dots-Diamonds-Arrows-Stars" by Lorraine Bushek, "Poppy Field" by Michele Bufton, "Open Water" by Evelyn Fritz, "Going With The Flow" by Steve Ludeman, "Steward of the Land, Red Field," by Theresa Andreas-O'Leary, "Through A Glass Brightly" by Vernon Groff and "Happy Colors" by Linda Terhark.

The Mayor's Award went to Lisa Wiser for "Clackamas." Wiser also won the Lakewood Center for the Arts Award for "Big Meadow."

The Lake Oswego Review Award went to Pamela Smithsted for "Further In." She also won the People's Choice Award for "Zion I."

The Lake Oswego Arts Council Award went to Sue Jensen for "Reflections" and Rob Sanford won the Artists' Choice Award for "Ribbit."

— For The Review, Tidings

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