The Arts Blog
Anita Williams - Sunday, May 29, 2011
Bonnie Sir Kergian's Grand Prize entry
on display at the MAYFAIR event May 20-21.
The Franklin County Arts Alliance held their annual April show in May this year in order to coincide with the PineyWoods Wine Trails exposition up in the courthouse square.
All members and non-members were invited to the event which was held in the Arts Alliance building.
Bonnie Sir Kegian of Winnsboro was awarded Best in Show at the Franklin County Arts Alliance their Mayfair show in Mt.Vernon, Texas Friday and Saturday, May 20-21. The award also included a check from the Alliance for $500.
She carved the sculpture called "Portal:Two Sides of Life" out of translucent Honey Calcite and the base from Banded Calcite, both found only in the state of Utah.
Bonnie has been working in her chosen art forms as a sculptor and fine art photographer for over 20 years. Her Hunter's Moon Studio and Gallery is in Winnsboro, Texas. To contact her: Phone:903/365-2801 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bonnie Sir Kergian's booth featuring her entries for the
Mayfair event in Mount Vernon May 20-21, 2011.
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