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11th Annual Carolinas Exhibit and Gallery Crawl


  • Black Creek Arts Council 116 West College Avenue Hartsville, SC, 29550 United States (map)

Opening Reception June 7th from 5:30-7:30pm

Exhibit on display June 7th – July 27, 2018

Congratulations to the winners of this year’s Carolinas 11 Photography Competition! Judges consist of three representatives from Hartsville Memorial Library, three representatives from Black Creek Arts Council and a sponsor representative. Artist’s names and titles are not on the photographs at judging.

Following are the list of winners:
Best of Show: Once in a Life Time by Mark Bedenbaugh    
Carolinas – Large
Best in Category: Sky Wheel by Carolyn Atkinson
Honorable Mention: 
Timeless by Christopher Neal
Where There's Smoke… by Jo Benoy
Carolinas – Small
Best in Category: Lunch Time by Pam Shaw
Honorable Mention: 
Elephant Ears by Traci Pacer
Artesian Well and Water Drop by Trey Davis
Hometown
Best in Category: Sonoco Products Company by Mark Bedenbaugh
Honorable Mention: 
Old Barn with Tree Shadow by Traci Pacer
Early Morning Fog by Mark Bedenbaugh
Portrait
Best in Category: To The Sky by Dalton Barber
Honorable Mention: 
Boyhood by Jo Benoy
Saint Francis and the Dragon by Beth Hyduke
Photographers 18 & under
Best in Category: See You at the Beach by Samuel Johnson
Honorable Mention: 
Snowy Evening by Abigail Catoe
Light Up the Night by Samuel Johnson

At the evening opening reception June 7, the public had a chance to vote for their favorite at each location.
People’s Choice for the Black Creek Arts location: Wanderlust by Dalton Barber
People’s Choice for the Hartsville Memorial Library location: Sunflowers and Stars by Christopher Neal

Congratulations to all our winners and many thanks to all the photographers in the community that made this event possible. 
The exhibit will be on display through July 31 at Black Creek Arts Center gallery and Hartsville Memorial Library conference room.
 

Earlier Event: June 2
Ag+Art Tour
Later Event: September 6
Dreams Recycled Exhibit