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 www.nescatunga.org.