Kinzinger, a practicing artist and independent curator who lives in
"They talked to me right off the bat. That is always the way that I select top winners in a show," Kinzinger said. "I try to give everything its significant attention and it's a thinking process, but it's also an emotional process."
The best in show, a large abstract oil and enamel painting entitled "Triptych," is an abstract by
"The piece was very fresh," Kinzinger said. "I tend not to like large pieces, but in this case the size is very appropriate for the technique."
DeHaven's second-place win was for two pieces, "Dance #3" and "Dance #4," pastel figure drawings on paper. Kinzinger said the
Third place went to
Geiger won a
"This is a fun show because it highlights what our area offers and the talent of the people who live in this region," said
All the works entered in the show will be on exhibit through
"The Rawls is a wonderful, beautiful venue," Kinzinger said. "I think it's a jewel."
if you go
What "Emerging II" juried art exhibit
Where Rawls Museum Arts,
Info Visit www.RawlsArts.com or call 653-0754 or 888-215-7450.
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