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Meanwhile, Over at the Arts and Design Society…

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Big thanks to ADSO’s Tuny Jennings for sending photos of recent winners in the Fort Walton Beach organization’s exhibitions. Discover more at Photos by Tera Fujan and Rick Otoupalik.


18th  Annual Photography and Digital Arts Exhibition

Ian Fagan was the Best of Show winner for “Whidbey Island.” He’s represented here by proud father Michael Fagan.


Harri Hotti’s “Mirror” won the Eugene L. Rybicki Memorial Award, as well as first place in the Animal division. Hotti also took first place in the People division with his photograph “Choice.”


Ann Forrester presents Bernadette Sims with the Lawson Forrester Memorial Award for “Afterglow.” Sims also picked up an Honorable Mention in Digital Art.


Retro Time Warp Show

Michael Lunsford with first place winner “Bark.”


Second place winner Sue Brooks with “Peace.”


Reg Moore, represented by his granddaughter, took third place with “Layla (Eric Clapton).”

58th Annual Beaux Arts Exhibition

Heather Clements with her Best of Show winning oil painting “Unity II.”


The ADSO Brad Greek Award went to Linda Kernick’s mixed media “Man Walking in Prague.”


Marcy Eady’s “Thanks for Carrying Me” took first place in the Beaux Arts Exhibition.


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