Need a Table runner for your Christmas Table? Here’s a nice one from WHAG Member, Pat Lipinski. You can see more of Pat’s work at http://www.woodenhorsearts.com/galleries/index.php?album=patricia-lipinskihttp://blog.woodenhorsearts.com
This morning the Wooden Horse Arts Guild’s webmaster (Steven Maas – www.stateofgreenmovie.com ) has set the Photo Fun pages LIVE! It’s always exciting to see the photos sent by the Young People of Vermont to show us what they can do with a camera. This year there were less entries than last year, however, Photo Fun -2016 is already in the planning and we hope that YOU will help us reach many more young Vermonters who carry around their cameras.
Our thanks to Robin Leavitt (seminar instructor) and Rob Boskind (assistant) for the Seminar which teaches “How to Shoot”. Thanks also to Ben & Jerry’s Foundation for support of the Seminar. Special thanks to the Judges to whom we are extremely grateful for taking their time to look at each and every photo with a “critical eye” and giving their critique and/or suggestions. Take a look at their websites to learn about them!
So, now here is PHOTO FUN 2015 Hope you enjoy and let the kids know that you appreciate their work. http://www.woodenhorsearts.com/photofun/index.shtml
Here is the BEST IN SHOW and the proud young lady holding her award ribbons. Congratulations! Sarah Neff! The contest is over and ready to begin the 2016 Photo Fun. We hope for many more entrants and photos. Watch for the entry forms.http://blog.woodenhorsearts.com
Rosettes and Plaque
Best in Show and Winning Photo
Jacob Newman of Alburgh is an 8th grader and an avid photographer. He spends a good deal of time at the Missisquoi National Wildlife Refuge, Swanton. His shot of the Crane is wonderful! I think that we’ll make a trip to Swanton. Jacob also has his own Facebook page : ‘Newman’s Nature Photography’.http://blog.woodenhorsearts.com
Jacob Newman of Alburgh, VT spends a lot of time at Missisquoi National Wildlife Refuge, Swanton. Here, we can take a good look at one of the cranes. Jacob is an 8th grader and has his own Facebook page – ‘Newman’s Nature Photography’http://blog.woodenhorsearts.com
This unique photo was taken by Ruby Stearns, 9th grader at Stowe High School. She lives in Wolcott and I would guess that she really wants to be a photographer! The title of this picture is “Window to the Soul”.http://blog.woodenhorsearts.com