Niceville artist Theresia McInnis goes to Top of Class

Published: Friday, April 11, 2014 at 05:51 PM.

McInnis is one of 27 artists to be juried into the A+Art exhibit. She entered two pieces.

Other artist's work juried into the exhibit include Susan Alfieri, Charlotte Arnold, Melody Bogle, Donnelle Clark, Heather Clements, Maria Dante, Judy Dewar, Carol Dickson, Joanna Ellington, Allison Hicks, Dinett, Hok, JoAnne Jones, Lois Kennedy, Suzanne LeLoup-West, Bonita Loman, Susan Lucas, Theresia McInnis, Kristina Perry, Susan Richardson, Kathleen Schumacher, Janet and Steve Thomas, Tanis Thomas, Joan Vienot, Richard Weber, Ann Welch, Lynn Wilson, and Mary Zahner.

Merit Award winners  included “Moonlight Glimmer” by  Susan Lucas, “Identity” by Heather Clements, and “Red Kimono” by Charlotte Arnold.

Honorable Awards were given to “The Rise of the Sun on the Dunes of Grayton Beach” by Melody Bogle, “Fish of Many Colors” by Ann Welch, “Tate’s Hell” by Lynn Wilson, and “Joyful Journey” by Donnelle Clark.

“Top of the Class” is a juried art exhibition presented by the Cultural Arts Alliance of Walton County in partnership with Northwest Florida State College. The A+Art Committee's mission is to showcase the work of Cultural Arts Alliance member artists and to enhance the public spaces of the South Walton Center of Northwest Florida State College. 

The exhibit will be on display at the South Walton Center of NWFSC until May 30.

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