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Artwork of Angelia Case Named Nescatunga's Best of Show

Angelia Case of Alva is the Best of Show winner for the 51st Nescatunga Arts Festival in Alva, Oklahoma.

Case placed first in oil/acrylics and printmaking, second in photography and third in graphics/ink/pencil.

A list of others who placed at the festival follows:

  • Designer Arts and Jewelry – first, David Knott/DW’s Kustom Coating and Wild Stich’n, Orlando, Oklahoma; second, Heidi Kemp, Tulsa; third, Lora Bromley, Tonganoxie, Kansas

  • Graphics – Inks and Pencil – first, Salye Gorrell, Enid; second, Warren Little, Alva

  • Mixed Media – first, Warren Little, Alva; second, James Kyzer with Kyzer Pop Art, Purcell; third, Elliott Ridgway, Tulsa

  • Oil and Acrylics – second, Eva Faye McPhail, Gate; Salye Gorrell, Enid

  • Pastel – first, Warren Little, Alva; Salye Gorrell, Enid

  • Photography – first, Valarie Case, Alva; third, Megan Moore, Ames

  • Pottery – Yusuf Etudaiye, Tulsa; Chris Navratil with Snoring Dog Pottery, Woodward

  • Sculpture – first/wood, Warren Little, Alva; first/metal, Lewis Byfield, Fairview; first/mineral, Yusuf Etudaiye, Tulsa

  • Watercolor – first, Salye Gorrell, Enid; G.K. Davenport, Woodward; third, Kristy San Soucie, Hardtner, Kansas.

  • Student entry – first, Amanda Metcalf, Enid

Ken Kelsey of Ringwood served as this year’s fine arts judge.

Photos from this year’s show are available at


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