Once again, Art in the Park at Burns Park in Kingston Springs was a beautiful success. A record crowd attended, and 100 pieces of art were entered in the competition, there were over 70 booths, and the day saw perfect, dry weather with temperatures in the high 80s.
Kids had a ball with activities like a chalk walk, painting wall and of course, a bouncy house.
Visitors had plenty to eat, like BBQ, chicken salad on a croissant, chili, hot dogs, hamburgers, fruit tea and soft drinks. Vendors parked on the soccer field this year, alleviating the parking problems of last year.
Music by The Handsome Dogs, and The Western Swingers with Pappy Merritts topped off the perfect day with a musical flair.
And the winners are:
Best of Show: Marcia Lara (Trees)
1st – Teresa Hargis (St. Phillip’s Church)
2nd – Larry Box (The Carnton Plantation)
3rd – Joann Caldwell (The Antares)
1st – Stewart Spielman (Wing Commander)
2nd – Cindy Chadwick (Harmony)
3rd – Rachel Harwood (Reville)
1st – Marcia Lara (Trees)
2nd – Janet Petrell (Vikings)
3rd – Susan Mock (Woven Again)
1st – Alayna Benell (Freckles)
2nd – Jane Caldwell (Working Farm)
3rd – Lucas Antoniak (Triceraturtle)
1st – David Mayes (The Flame)
2nd – John Coburn (Beyond the Pot)
3rd – Rolf Kipping (Fur Cap)
Aspiring Photographer Winners (under 14 yrs. old)
1st – Preston Warrick (Two Goats)
2nd – Jessie Harwood (Photo of Best Friend Sophie)
3rd – Mason Smith (Yellow Bloom)
More pictures at SCAdvocate.com