GOOD NEWS: Inaugural Artisan Art Walk Art Show Winners

first_img Twitter WhatsApp Home Local News GOOD NEWS: Inaugural Artisan Art Walk Art Show Winners Pinterest Facebook Facebook COURTESY PHOTO Top winner of the show Odessa College entry Birds Paradise from Lucas Munoz of Odessa. The annual Inaugural Artisan Art Walk was conducted on April 6-8 at Parks Legado Town Center. The following winners and participating artists are:Lucas Munoz (OC entry), Odessa, Birds Paradise, top winner.Ann Flatt, Midland, Apokalypsis (An Uncovering), first place.Phillip Prud’ Homme, Odessa, Dennis, first place.Capel Campbell, Midland, Market, first place.Sandra Hodges Houston , Odessa, Tuckered out, first place.Barry Phillips (OC entry), Odessa, Drink Meister 2000, first place.Allystair Jones, Odessa, The Magic of Reality, first place.Nancy Mabry, Midland, Ball and Jacks, second place.Phillip Prud’ Homme, Odessa, Denas, second place.Jairo G Martinez (OC entry), Odessa, Vasel, second place.Ferris Ducker (OC entry), Odessa, Untitled, third place.Sandra Hodges Houston, Odessa, Drilling Deep, third place.Edna Krueger, Odessa, Girl with puppy, third place.Kirk Williams, Odessa, Bowl, third place.Cheryl Roush, Midland, Collectibles.Isaac Martinez, Odessa, Cactus storm photo.Isaac Martinez, Odessa, Moonlit Jack Photo.Isaac Martinez, Odessa, Crude River Photo.Georgeann Herzog Walton, Stanton, Lady Bird.Georgeann Herzog Walton, Stanton, The Fab Four.Georgeann Herzog Walton, Stanton, No Snooze Button.Honey Christesson, Odessa, Serenity.Rick Reese, Midland, Metamorphosis.Rick Reese, Midland, Still life.Nancy Mabry, Midland, Saddle & Horsehair Quirt.Ann Flatt, Midland, Fresh.Phillip Prud’Homme, Odessa, Roman Forum 20th cent.Jesse Morris, Odessa, Bluebonnet Homestead.Jesse Morris, Odessa, Native Indian.Jesse Morris, Odessa, Falling Waters.Capel Campbell, Midland, On Break.Joyce Miller, Longhorn Survey.Sandra Hodges Houston, Odessa, Majestic.Liz Culp, Midland, Margaritaville.Liz Culp, Midland, Blast off.Liz Culp, Midland, Mother Nature Built.Ken Rowland, Gardendale, Stiles Barn.Dee Kemp, Midland, Hopeful.Sandra Patrick, Odessa, Give us this day.Bailey Flores, Odessa, two untitled entries.Melissa James, Midland, Quit Piece.Jannett E Terrazas, Odessa, Simplicity.Daniel Sorensen, Odessa, Pauline.Melissa James, Midland, Springtime.Melissa James, Midland, Serinity.Pedro Valenzuela, West Texas.Kirk Williams, Odessa, Bowl.Kristen Vidal, Odessa, Passion Burst.Kristen Vidal, Odessa, See me not.Odessa College Entries:Zoe Johnson , Odessa, Martini.Sofia Vital, Odessa, Signal.Michelle Bassett, Odessa, Untitled.Devyn Bownds, Odessa, Vagabond.Jackelyn Bracamontes, Odessa, Desert Floral.Daniela Corrales, Gardendale, King Protea.Tanisha Hutson, Odessa, Untitled.LeeRoy Juarez, Odessa, There Is Hope.Kathleen Mahoney, Odessa, Cirq Tulips.Shana Molina, Midland, The Smolder.James Mosman, Gardendale, Sunset on Hwy 158.Fran Sherpa, Midland, Break time at Schechen Monastery.Dave Thompson, Odessa, Given Years.Julia P Hernandez, Odessa, The One.Emily Winkler, Odessa, E-Marshmallow.Bailey Flores, Odessa, Follow the Light.Natasha Gathings, Andrews, Warm and Cool.Danielle Jones, Odessa, Unfolding Prediction.Michael Pegues, Odessa, An Idea of Innocence.Kristen Vidal, Odessa, Bubble Trouble.Jannett E Terrazas, Odessa, Sinplicity.Daniel Sorensen, Odessa, Transformation Garden.Kimberly Kuhlman, Odessa, Melissa.Camilla Blain, Odessa, Lady in Red.Next year’s event is planned for April 5-7, 2019.For more information, visit or call 288-2488. Twitter 2021 SCHOOL HONORS: Permian High School center_img Previous articleSummer Sunday Lawn ConcertNext articleOC restructuring majors admin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest By admin – June 9, 2018 ECISD undergoing ‘equity audit’ OC employee of the year always learning Local News GOOD NEWS: Inaugural Artisan Art Walk Art Show Winners WhatsApp Smoked Bacon Wrapped French Vidalia OnionFoolproof Roasted Pork TenderloinSouthern Style Potato SaladPowered By 10 Sec Mama’s Deviled Eggs NextStay last_img read more

Maverick Pakistan tear up the form book again

first_imgBy Ed Osmond LONDON,(Reuters)-Pakistan enhanced their long-held reputation as one of the most unpredictable teams in world sport with an extraordinary and overwhelming victory over bitter local rivals India in the Champions Trophy final on Sunday.Widely written off after an abject display in their opening group match against the same opponents, the lowest-ranked team going into the tournament suddenly rediscovered their mojo.They beat South Africa, the world’s top-ranked one-day side, and Sri Lanka to reach the last four before dismantling previously unbeaten hosts England with a ruthless semi-final performance.“It sort of feels surreal really, to be honest,” Pakistan coach Mickey Arthur told a news conference.“But the thing about that loss to India was we knew that was an aberration. It wasn’t the norm because we had prepared properly. We knew the calibre of players we had so we just had to keep believing.”Pakistan still went into the final as huge underdogs against an Indian team who had beaten them in eight of their 10 previous meetings in the World Cup and Champions Trophy.But a brilliant century by Fakhar Zaman laid the foundations for an imposing total of 338 for four and Mohammad Amir came up with a devastating opening spell to rip out the cream of India’s batting, Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli and Shikhar Dhawan.“What I do know is that Mohammad Amir, he’s a big match player,” said South African Arthur.“I do know that when the game is on the line and the bigger the game the more he performs, the more ramped up he gets, so he doesn’t shy away from pressure situations. He’s got proper big match temperament, and he showed that today on the biggest stage.”Hasan Ali drew inspiration from his fellow fast bowler to take three wickets and, supported by tigerish fielding which has not always been a feature of Pakistan cricket teams, they bowled out India for 158 to win the trophy for the first time.It was Pakistan’s first global 50-over title since the 1992 World Cup and a sweet moment for a team who have been unable to host international cricket in recent years due to security concerns.“I think it’ll be massive (for Pakistan cricket),” Arthur said.“I’m sure that the nation of Pakistan is really happy tonight because they deserve it for what they’ve been through.“The fans not identifying with their heroes because they just don’t see international cricket. That’s massive for the country. So let’s hope that this really kick-starts that momentum in Pakistan again.” (Editing by Pritha Sarkar)last_img read more