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Page 8A Wednesday, May 9, 2018 Burnet Bulletin Burnet, Texas 0 1 News I Glynis Crawford Smith/Burner Bulletin Kim Timmons, a Burner High School art teacher prepares a work for the Paint the Town Quick Draw competition Saturday, May 5. Most of the event centers on a juried competition among invited artists, but Quick Draw welcomes all to further promote en plein air art. Glynis Crawford Smith/Burnet Bulletin Jazmine Castillo, a junior at Burner High School, is the youngest entrant in the Paint the Town Quick Draw competition Saturday, May 5, but she hobnobbed with the best of the professional artists from the week-long event in Marble Fails. Glynis Crawford Smith/Burnet Bulletin Judi Beauford of Joppa could be a plein air art scene herself, framed by the awnings on Marble Falls historic downtown Main Street. She is one of the local artists who came just to participate in Saturday's Quick Draw competition at the 12th Annual Paint the Town event; Glynis Crawford Smith/Burnet Bulletin Krystal Brown from Spring, one of the juried competitiors in the 12th Annual Paint the Town event, shares tips with Burner High School junior Jazmine Castillo, right. Castillo was the youngest competitor in Saturday's Quick Draw Event. They are surrounded by paintings offered for sale in the Lakeside Pavilion gallery. By Glynis Crawford Smith Brown of Spring for an oil Burnet Bulletin painting of the chuck wagon at The 12th annual Paint theCandlelight Ranch and Alison Town event canne to a close Leigh Menke of Clarksville, this past weekend with the Maryland, for a scene from announcement of the main Paint Out winners Friday, May '4, and Quick Draw winners on Saturday, May 5. Artists were observed painting en plein air (in open air rather than in the studio) all around Marble Falls and the surrounding area throughout the week. They took time to conduct workshops and brought works for exhibit and purchase at the Lakeside Pavilion gallery exhibit in Marble Falls. The Best of Show winner was Randall Cogburn of Rosharon with an oil painting of the Jolly Roger Boat House in Fall Creek Park and the Artists Choice Award went to and Mike Simpson of Montrose, Colorado. Lee Ricks of Pleasanton won first place with a watercolor scene of the chuck wagon exhibited at Candlelight Ranch. Second place went to Linda Dumont of Austin for an interior scene of Choccolatte's in oils. Third place was awarded to jointly to Krystal W. Old Oak Square. Menke also was the winner of the Quick Draw competition. Other Quick Draw winners were Chuck Mauldin of Fredericksburg, second, and Richard Szkutriik of Greenwood Village, Colorado. Each of the Quick Draw winners was a main artist among 42 accepted in the juried competition, but that event was open to any local artists that wanted to compete and the result was a new wall in the pavilion gallery of works produced in just two hours. There was some discussion of the furtherest distance an artist had come. Since Artem Brazhnik of Kiev, Ukraine, who had been accepted in the advance invitation review, was unable to attend, it was between Menke and Peggy Sebera of Petaluma, California. Local artists were included among competitors in equal numbers to those farther afield. They included Kathy Meador of Marble Falls, Omar Garza of Cottonwood Shores, Betty Bielser of Buchanan Dam, Donna Bland of Kingsland, Bruce Bingham of Spicewood M. Alhson Sacra of Horseshoe Bay, Robert Rohm of Lago Vista, Barry Elgen of Cedar Park, Noma Freeman of Fair Oaks Ranch near Joppa, and Kim Timmons, Maria Ripperda and Dianna Goble, all of Burnet. Also from Fredericksburg were Barbara Mauldin and Kay Northup and also from Austin were Warren Cullar and Frank Gabriel. Other Texas artists were Kathy Perales of New Braunfels, Nancy Wood of San Antonio, Jeanne Reavis of Houston, Jennifer Remy-Renfrow of Friendswood, Robert Wilkens of Universal City, Hana Case of Santa Fe, Marchita Priest of Rosenberg, Gary Frisk of Richmond, Peggy Kingsbury of Pasadena Debra Latham of Kingwood and Kay Reinke of Crawford. Other out-of-state competitors included Lewis Williams of Montrose, Colo. and three artists from Missouri, Cheryl Coenm of Bolivark, Jane Flanders of St. Louis and Allen Kriegshauser of Kirkwood. Fashions & Home Decor 514 Hwy 281 Marble Falls, TX 830-693-3250 www.salemsfashions.eom 1 ~g Serving The Highland Lakes Since 1977 518 Hwy 281 Marble Falls, TX 830-693-2212 10l S Water Burnet, TX 512-756-8748 www.salemsjewelry.com Over a Decade of Helping Dieters A,hieve, their Personal Weight Loss Goals tllrough , DevdoDed and }!ndorsed Dy House, Product Tastin and More! oini Tuesday, May 15th 6:00 PM Lakes Area Pharmacy 608 Buchanan Drive Burnet, TX 78611 ~WW:iDEALPR