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November 11, 2013

Duncan Art Guild Holiday Show winners and participants

DUNCAN — Landscape and Still life:

Kim Hart of Duncan — “Sagan Capture,” “Egyptian Eclipse,” “Olympus Dream”

Celia Hawk of Lawton — “Colorado Springs,” “Shadows,” “Extended Forecast: Continued Hot & Dry,” “Awaiting Spring”

Lavonne High of Walters — “Beach Scene,” “Sunset,” “Fall Flowers”

Shirley Hirth of Duncan — “Seasons of Change”

Doris Hunt of Oklahoma City — “The Beach,” “Oklahoma Fall,” “Hydrangeas,” “Lillies”

Pamela Jackson of Healdton — “Fog at Cedar Key”

Neta Kelly of Duncan — “Landscape,” “Country Road”

Shirley King of Duncan — “Night Blooming Cactus Flower,” “Poppies A’Glow”

Janet Loveless of Marlow — “Italian Doorway,” “Walt Gonske’s Garden”

Gloria Massey of Chickasha — “Mountain Home”

Connie Mosley of Duncan — “Mr. Rabbit,” “At the Farm,” “Roses,” “By the Sea” (2st place)

Rhonda Nixon of Anadarko — “Ocean Entrance” (1st place), “New Harbor” (People’s Choice)

Mark Slagle of Duncan — “Ready for a Hayride”

Kay Smith of Duncan — “Antique Shop-Santa Barbara,” “Path of Gold”

Iris Sparks Smith of Chickasha— “In the Beginning GOD”

Daniel Trentham of Duncan — “Harvest Time”

Robert Wright of Lawton — “Three Pots”

Sandra Wallace of Wanette — “Shades of Memory,” Still Life with Copper Pot” (Best of Show), “Still Life-Unassembled,” “Recollections-I,” “Recollections-II”

Antonina Wilkerson of Tuttle — “Still Life with Pumpkin”

Buena Wilson of Wichita Falls, Texas — “White Teapot w/Fruit,” “Pastel Pots,” Copper Collander”

Johnny J. Bailey of Waurika — “Red Store”

Raymond Butler of Marlow — “New Mexico Barn,” “Conn. Barn,” “Winters Coming”

Pattie Calfy of Walters — “Blaze of Glory,” “Dew Drop Lily,” “All Worn Out”

Lionel Cantu of Crowley, Texas — “Butterfly in the Flowers”

Clay Cole of Duncan — “Dust Bowl, Hooker, OK, 1935”

Debbie Duggar of Duncan — “Rustic Mailboxes,” “The Lindley House Gate,” “Capital Building thru the Trees”

Jolene Loyd-Forbes of Duncan — “Colors”

Merilyn Goodwin of Anadarko — “San Antonio River Walk”

B. Joyce Hampton of Chickasha — “Waiting for the Master’s Touch”

Portraits and People:

Pamela Jackson of Healdton — “Steps of the Dancer,” “Ready for the Ride”

Gloria Massey of Chickasha — “Dessert Beauty” (3rd place), “The Young Warrior”

Connie Mosley of Duncan — “Three Kids”

Rhonda Nixon of Anadarko — “Innocent Beauty”

Joy Quigley of Eureka Springs, Ark. — “The Cowboy,” “Two Hatchet” (1st place)

Mark Slagle of Duncan — “Lady in Red,” “Come on Cowboy”

Kay Smith of Duncan — “It’s a Girl Thing”

Iris Sparks Smith of Chickasha — “He Set His Face Like Flint”

Daniel Trentham of Duncan — “Soccer Time,” “Over the Shoulder”

Robert Wright of Lawton — “Misty,” “Lady in Blue,” “After the Dust Settles”

Pattie Calfy of Walters — “American Farmer”

Lionel Cantu of Crowley, Texas — “Forever Kids”

Debbie Duggar of Duncan — “Family in Silhouette,” “My View”

Jolene Loyd-Forbes of Duncan — “Muse”

Merilyn Goodwin of Anadarko — “Hobart Man” (2nd place), “Grandma’s Hat”

Animals and Pets:

Celia Hawk of Lawton — “Searching for Gold”

Doris Hunt of Oklahoma City — “The Resting Pelican”

Shirley A. King of Duncan — “Missy”

Janet Loveless of Marlow — “Wiley Fox” (1st place), “Free to Run”

Addie McMurran of Duncan — “Hello, Easter Bunny” (3rd place)

Rhonda Nixon of Anadarko — “The Koi-Pond”

Joy Quigley of Eureka Springs, Ark. — “Winter Sleigh Horse”

Monica Stiles of Franklin, Tenn. — “Monkey Face”

Daniel Trentham of Duncan — “Leopard-see,” “Spring Calling” (2nd place)

Robert Wright of Lawton — “Who Me?”

Buena Wilson of Wichita Falls, Texas — “Three Chickens”

Raymond Butler of Marlow — “New Mexico Rooster”

Pattie Calfy of Walters — “Migrating Monarchs”

Clay Cole of Duncan — “Nature’s Classroom”

Jolene Loyd-Forbes of Duncan — “The Goat”

B. Joyce Hampton of Chickasha — “Round-up”

This list and photos were published in Sunday, Nov. 10, 2013 print edition.

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Should the date for The World's Largest Garage Sale be changed from the third weekend in July to sometime in October to take advantage of cooler weather like we had this past weekend?

No. It's better in the summer cause kids are out of school.
Yes. More shoppers would come during nice fall weather.
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