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North Tampa Arts League announces winners for its "I Did It My Way" exhibit

Artists with the North Tampa Arts League gather for the “I Did It My Way’’ exhibit.

North Tampa Arts League

Artists with the North Tampa Arts League gather for the “I Did It My Way’’ exhibit.

NORTH TAMPA — The assignment for the North Tampa Arts League members was to create something that told their story, who they are and how they see themselves or the world.

Winners of the "I Did It My Way'' challenge were announced last Friday at Stirling Arts Studios & Gallery. Their work is on exhibit through Oct. 31 at the gallery, 730 Broadway, second floor, in Dunedin.

The winners are: Joan Garcia, first in show, for Cruising the Channel; Hernie Vann, second overall, for Homosassa Sunset; Monica Leon, third overall, for Helping Hand; Virginia Butler, first in the painting category, for The Gathering; Lynn Rattray, honorable mention in painting, for Diner's Delight; Joan Garcia, first in the drawing/pastels category, Berry Fairy; Dore Anderson, honorable mention in drawing, Afternoon of a Fawn; Lloyd Johnson, first in mixed media and sculpture, for Silver Streak; Carla Wilkins, honorable mention in mixed media, for Ruptured Adolescence; Sandra Vann, first in photography, for Mean Bird; David Beebe, honorable mention in photography, for Turtle Dude.

Stirling Gallery is open from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday and 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. See Stirlingartstudios.com for more gallery information and northtampa-arts.com for information about the North Tampa Arts League.

North Tampa Arts League announces winners for its "I Did It My Way" exhibit 10/19/16 [Last modified: Wednesday, October 19, 2016 2:24pm]
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