Winners of Harlin Museum’s 45th Annual Fall Art Show Announced

With three separate divisions and multiple class and category distinctions, the Harlin’s 45th Annual Fall Art Show has been a generous opportunity for Ozarks artists to put their best talents on display..

Due to the museum’s precautionary coronavirus closure from March to September this year, the museum was forced to cancel its annual digital art show and was also unable to host its annual photography show during the closure. That’s why this year’s 45th Annual Fall Art Show was really a mega-show with 3 divisions (Fine Art (2D & 3D), Photography, and Digital Art), 2-3 classes per division (Novice/Advanced, Youth/Adult), and multiple categories—with the most being in the Fine Art 2D Division at five categories defined by medium: Oil Paint, Acrylic, Graphics, Watercolor, and Mixed Medium.

Offering up some of the most creative pieces our gallery has ever seen, the artists who participated in this year’s competition were varied in their exemplary talent. Out of the 79 total entries received from 17 artists in Southern Missouri (West Plains, Mountain View, Dora, Licking, Cabool, & Mountain Grove) and 2 from Northern Arkansas (Cherokee Village & Elizabeth), 17 of the competing artists won an award for their work— rounding out the number of distinctions awarded to a total of 42 prizes in all.

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The winning entries of our 45th Annual Fall Art Show are:

Fine Art Division

FINE ART DIVISION – OVERALL DIVISION WINNER: Road Grater by Bob Lee of West Plains, MO


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FINE ART DIVISION (2D)

 

Class: Novice     Medium: Oil

1stMrs. Mouse with Purple Berries by Juanita Walker

2nd – Rusty Chevy Truck by Juanita Walker

3rd Pots by Juanita Walker

HM – Abandoned by Juanita Walker

 

 

 

 

 

 

Class: Novice     Medium: Graphics

1stBirds by John Cash

2ndAt Home In A Tree by John Cash

3rdRare Day In October by John Cash

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Class: Novice     Medium: Mixed Medium

1stUnidentified Flying Colors by Trent Young

 2ndPicasso Inspired by Trent Young

3rdChristmas Presence by Trent Young

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Class: Advanced     Medium: Oil

1stSunday At Simms by Lee Copen

2ndWildflower Hill by Lee Copen

3rd Bunny by Joyce Stewart

HM – Rocky Slope by Lee Copen

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Class: Advanced     Medium: Acrylic

1stForce Of Nature by Lanie Frick

2ndLion In Bed All Day by Raymond Popp

3rd She Speaks by Lanie Frick

HM – From Here Begun by Raymond Popp

 

 

 

 

 

 

Class: Advanced     Medium: Watercolor 

1stBlue Jay by Jennifer Beach

2ndOld Mill by Carrie McIntosh

3rdDream Roses by Carrie McIntosh

Honorable Mention – Water Lily by Carrie McIntosh

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Class: Advanced     Medium: Graphics

1stButterfly Stampede by Raymond Popp

2ndRBG by Jennifer Beach

3rdTeagan by Jennifer Beach

Honorable Mention – Squirrel by Sheila Donley

Honorable Mention – Horse by Sheila Donley

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FINE ART DIVISION (3D)

 

Class: Advanced     Category: Mixed Medium

1st – Song Of India by Erica Humphreys

2nd – Scotty by Randy Connell

3rd – Dead Fall Leaves by Trent Young

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Class: Advanced     Category: Sculpture

1stSteam Locomotive by Bob Lee

2ndSpeed Boat by Bob Lee

3rd 2-Wheel Motorcycle by Bob Lee

Honorable Mention – Wheel Motorcycle by Bob Lee

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PHOTOGRAPHY DIVISION

 

Class: Adult     Category: Color/ Monochrome

PHOTOGRAPHY DIVISION – OVERALL DIVISION WINNER: Winding Road To Christchurch by Brent Humphreys of West Plains, MO

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Class: Adult     Category: Color/ Monochrome

1stTopaz Mill by Methven Swanson

2ndStrike by Randy Connell

3rdHe Said, She Said by Erica Humphreys

Honorable Mention – Morning Light by John Latecki

Honorable Mention – Bone Inspector by Erica Humphreys


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


DIGITAL ART DIVISION – OVERALL DIVISION WINNER: Teacup by Ann Kulpa of Cabool, MO

 

 

The show is available to view in the museum’s Hathcock Gallery on Saturdays only (12pm-4pm), from October 10th – 31st, 2020.

Congratulations to all the entrants, for a fantastic show, and to all the winners, for their exemplary work! 

 

 

 

 

 

Call for Artist Submissions to Harlin Museum’s 45th Annual Fall Art Show Competition

 

 

CALLING ALL ARTISTS!

The Harlin Museum of West Plains, MO is set to host its 45th Annual Fall Art Show this year and is calling for art submissions from all Southern Missouri and Northwest Arkansas regional artists. Entry dates for the show’s competition will be Friday, October 2nd, and Saturday, October 3rd from 12 pm-4 pm at the museum. The show’s entries will be on display in the museum’s Hathcock Gallery, October 10th – October 31st, 2020.

Due to the museum’s recent closure over the summer months, the categories for this year’s show have been expanded to include art forms whose regularly scheduled shows fell during the coronavirus lockdown of non-essential businesses. The categories this year will include Fine Arts (2D & 3D entries) for Novice, Advanced or Youth, Digital Arts (Still or Animated) for Adult or Youth, and Photography (Color or Monochrome) for Adult or Youth.  The show’s final categories and prize amounts will be determined by the entries received and there will be a Best of Show awarded for each of the three main categories. All entries will be evaluated for artistic quality, integrity, technique, and presentation. Entries must meet given guidelines for acceptance into the competition portion of the show.

Those who are interested in entering the competition can find entry guidelines for the three main categories attached to this email, as well as on the museum’s website at https://harlinmuseum.com/45th-annual-fall-art-show/.  Any questions regarding eligibility or other inquiries can be emailed to the museum at info@harlinmuseum.com or you may contact the museum directly at (417) 256-7801.

We ask that all available artists please join us in continuing this artistic autumn tradition.e look forward to seeing what you have been working on!