Best in Show: Photographer Robert Bass's image of the Job Lane House   --   Image (c) RWB, 2013 all rights reserved

Best in Show: Photographer Robert Bass’s image of the Job Lane House — Image (c) Robert Bass, 2013 all rights reserved

Submitted by Patricia Pellegrini

The Job Lane House’s 300th Anniversary art contest produced a large group of winning art work. Chairperson Judy Barber was assisted by committee members Lee Yates, Sharon McDonald, and Pat Pellegrini.

And the winners, by category, are:

6 to 10 years

First Place and Most Inclusive

  • Amelia Dyer, Colored Pencil, Portrait of the Past

Second Place and Most Original

  • Vincent Canciello, Colored Pencil, Window through Time

Third Place

  • Rachel Adams, Pencil & marker, Job Lane House

11 to 15 years

First Place

  • Thomas Griffin, Acrylic on paper, Through the Window

Second Place

  • Kai Dyer, Pencil, Summer Day at JLH

Third Place

  • Meghan Barnes, Watercolor , Wooden Wagon Wheel

Over 18 years,

First Place and Best in Show

  • Bob Bass, Digitized Photography, Summer’s End at JLH

First Place and Best 3-D

  • Arthur Ellis, 3-D model, Job Lane House, 1713

First Place

  • Stephanie Davidson, Oil, A Bedford Treasure

Second Place and Best Drawing

  • Sarah Iwany, Pen & Ink, Job Lane House

Third Place

  • Sheila Speidel, 2 Oils, JLH, 1960’s & Today

Most Creative

  • Marietta Ellis, Oil, Juice or Wine

Honorable Mention and Most Fun

  • Maxwell Adams, Colored Pencil, Job Lane House

Honorable Mention – All Age Groups

  • Lauren Barnes, Watercolor, Daisy in the Rain
  • Helen Canciello, Colored Pencil, Queen Quilt Pattern
  • Evan Majoros, Pencil, JLH & Garden
  • Coco Steele, Drawing, The Barn
  • Lulu Lindsay Steele, Drawing, JLH Inside & Out

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