Golden Harvest

“Golden Harvest,” a watercolor by Joan Cranor, won first place in the St. Michaels Art League’s art show at the Talbot County Fair.

EASTON — The St. Michaels Art League has announced the winners of its art exhibit at the Talbot County Fair on July 13, with first place going to retired Talbot County art teacher Joan Cranor for her watercolor “Golden Harvest.”

Second place went to Virginia Perram for “Dairy Cows,” and third place was a tie between Jane Anderson for “Honk Honk” and Valerie Sunderland for “Cock-a-doodle-do.”

The winners were chosen by people’s choice, with fair-goers voting for their favorite painting.

SMAL’s presence at the fair was a first for the league. Artist members provided guided drawing and painting for children over the three-day event and an art exhibit of farm-themed work on the last day.

This program was funded in part by a grant from the Talbot County Arts Council with revenues provided by the Maryland State Arts Council.

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