Tuesday, September 29, 2015

ANG Seminar Award Winners 2015 UPDATED

Here are the winners from the ANG Seminar's exhibit in Mrytle Beach. I'll collect all the winners here and update this as they are added to Facebook.

This is the winner of the first Elizabeth Robertson Canvas Embellishment Award--Bert Kroening's "Harbor View."

UPDATE:  Another photo of Bert's award winning "Harbor View," this time on the Colorado Columbine ANG Facebook page.

Robin King heard that Penny Boswinkle won a blue ribbon for the Charley Harper "Potluck," stitched using Robin's stitch guide.

This is the People's Choice winner, from Michael Boren's "Moods of Arabella" chart.

Cathryn won two ribbons for her lovely wool flowers purse.

ANG has posted a list of the special award winners and one of the judged award winners on their Facebook page.  No photos.  ANG requires permission of the stitcher and designer before they even publish them in their Needle Pointers magazine.

Written by Jane/Chilly Hollow
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Unknown said...

Jane, what group is this posted in? Facebook isn't giving me access to the page through your link.

The Chilly Hollow Needlepoint Adventure said...

It is posted on Bruce Hoskins' FB page.

Unknown said...

Well, I'm still not seeing it. Guess I'll just have to wait until the magazine comes out in January. Thanks for posting the results, though. I wish ANG did a better job of this.

The Chilly Hollow Needlepoint Adventure said...

Carol, I think Bruce was Beth Robertson's husband, so he's posting for her friends who aren't at ANG I bet.

Arlene said...

Full list of winners, both 1st, 2nd, etc as well as Special Awards was posted on the ANG Facebook page sometime last night. First place AND a Judge's Choice for me! I'm thrilled!

The Chilly Hollow Needlepoint Adventure said...

Oh boy oh boy oh boy! Congratulations, Arlene! That's terrific! I'll update the article with a link to ANG's page. Can't wait to see and hear more about your beautiful work.