Posted June 2, 2015
The competition was stiff as the judges contemplated which piece of art would take Best of Show in the Art Is Ageless exhibit at Fort Scott Presbyterian Village. Tony Fornelli, of Prescott, KS, slid in by a nose with his hand carved fish display.
“There were many worthy pieces of art that could easily have taken Best of Show,” commented Life Enrichment Coordinator, Melisa Fernandez. “It’s exciting to see so many talented works of art in one place. I’m encouraged to see people of all ages trying new forms of art every day.”
All first place winners in each category will compete against other first place winners from the other 17 Presbyterian Manor campuses to see which pieces will be featured in the 2016 Art Is Ageless calendar.
Presbyterian Village offers many hands-on art classes throughout the year to give people the chance to try their creativity with different forms of art. If you are interested in leading an upcoming class please contact Melisa at 620-223-5550 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.