Council on Aging announces calendar contest winners
COA CONTEST WINNERS. Pictured are the 2008 COA calendar contest winners: Lupe Sweeny, Anne Hymel, Merrill Zeringue, Iris Songy (back) Virgie Naquin, Evelyn Dupuy, Mary Lee and Kennith Songy.
Nine senior artists attended. Contest Judges were Ena Brady and JoAnn Hymel.
Artists were able to view all art entries, seeing the placement each will appear in the 2009 Council on Aging Inc. Promotional Agency Calendar.
Refreshments were enjoyed by all. The artwork was very impressive and included many different mediums this year, ranging from oil, pastels, watercolor, sketching, acrylic, wood and photography.
By: Evelyn Dupuy
14” X 16” Acrylic Painting
By: Merrill Zeringue
11” X 14” Oil Painting
“Stanley Keller Plantation Oak”
By: Hilda Trege
“Backyard Wildlife” Squirrel
By: Eldon Matherne
“Evening White Lillies”
By: Kennith Songy
8” X 10” Photograph
By: Cheryl Matherne
By: Iris Songy
18”X16” Oil Painting
By: Anne Hymel
“Bridge to Nowhere”
By: Virgie Naquin
“Spillway Locks Open”
By: Georgia Landry
“L.S.U. 2003 Champions”
By: Dolly Bergeron
16”X 16” Scroll Wood Art
By: Mary Lee
“Child’s Glacier of Alaska”
By: Lupe Sweeney
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