Georgetown – The 26th annual Delaware Tech Statewide Senior Art Exhibit is currently open for the public to view in the William A. Carter Partnership Center at the Owens Campus through June 3.
Each of the five categories had a first and second place winner, while some also had a third place winner. All categories were open to both experienced and novice artists.
First place winners were: Debbie Darr for “Landscape Ashville” in acrylics (novice), David Glebe for “Sommolent Visions” in acrylics (experienced), Charlotte Hughes for “Simply Sunflowers” in watercolor (novice), Laura Webb Unruh for “Serenity” in watercolor (experienced), Dennis W. Coffin for “Postal Pelican” in photography (novice), “Water View” for Keith Steck in photography (experienced), Connie Ragin for “Empty Dreams” in oils (novice), Laura Webb Unruh for “Autumn Splendor” in oils (experienced), and Deborah Bryant for “Surfing Shells” in other.
Second place winners were: Ruth Cort for “Grand Dad’s Cabin” in acrylics (novice), Edwin L. Cook Sr. for “Going Home” in acrylics (experienced), Charlotte Hughes for “A Stitch in Time” for watercolor (novice), Barbara Lyod for “Harbor of Refuge Light” in watercolor (experienced), Rocco Buttofoco for “In Flight” in photography (novice), Sandy Morgan for “Springtime Tulips” in photography (experienced), Peter Feeney for “Old Italy” in oils (novice), Laura Webb Unruh for “Approaching Storm” in oils (experienced), and Barbara L. Coffin for “Hungry Blue” in other.
For more information, call Workforce Development and Community Education at (302) 259-6342.
(Left) Dennis W. Coffin, of Milton, poses with his photography entry “Postal Pelican,” which earned him first place in the novice division.
Keith Steck, of Milton, poses with his photography entry “Water View,” which earned him first place in the experienced division.
(Buttom: Edwin L. Cook, Sr., of Harbeson, poses with his acrylic painting “Going Home,” which earned him second place in the experienced divison).