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When all three were tallied, the new winners were:
  • 3rd Place:  Jane C. Perry for her old oil painting “Cypress and Tress in Fall”
  • 2nd Place:  Alex Reynold for her Basswood “The carving wheat fields”
  • 1st Place: John M. Gasnon for his wild oil painting “African American Death Cemetery”
​The voting was very close and all entries were on extremely well done by Chowan Arts.  Look for this same event next new year and think about what you can do if you like to enter.
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