|We thank the Langlade County Historical Museum for donating gallery space to AVA. Our art gallery features many art forms including, but not limited to, paintings, mosics, carvings, photography, pottery, sculptures, woodworking and more.||Langlade County's Historical Museum is also the home of the Deleglise Cabin, Langlade County's first homestead.|
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Judge Cindy Martin (left) defines the reasons Jackie Lescher's "Grandma's Table" took Best of Show honors in AVA's "Starved for Spring" show. There was a good artist turnout for Wednesday's awards.
|Paul Gregurich and his brother Tony wheel Willapa to the front doors of the Langlade County Historical Museum, where Paul pauses to pose with his creation. Willapa will reside in the AVA Gallery at the museum throughout the AVA Starved for Spring show.|
|AVA's 2018 Starved for Spring show was the largest judged show in the
history of Antigo Visual Arts. The winning entries are pictured. They
Best of Show. . .
Jim H. Rowe III - Veronica's Vel
1st Place. . .
Jim Martinsen - Old Patriot
2nd Place. . .
Jim Martinsen - Sunrise Sentinel
3rd Place. . .
Jim H. Rowe III - Blowin' Gideon's Trumpet
People's Choice award. . .
Allen Benes - Group of Crappies
Judge David Kaps
AVA's 2018 Starved for Spring Show Judge David Kaps completes a judging form after consulting his notes. The judging took place Tuesday morning at the AVA Gallery in the Langlade County Historical Museum, 404 Superior St., Antigo.
The winners are:
Best of Show - Jim H. Rowe III - Veronica's Vel
1st Place - Jim Martinsen - Old Patriot
2nd Place - Jim Martinsen - Sunrise Sentinel
3rd Place - Jim H. Rowe III - Blowin' Gideon's Trumpet
Honorable mentions went to Julio Yeste's Car Wash, Allen Benes' Brown Trout, Linda Robinson's Dance Macabre, and Jim H. Rowe III Tiger Lilies #1.
AVA's 2018 Autumn's Blessings show