Outstanding art works at St James’ Anglican Church

Talented: Former Kandos High School student Stephane Steenbuck with her delightful mixed media works.
Talented: Former Kandos High School student Stephane Steenbuck with her delightful mixed media works.

In keeping with its reputation, the 13th annual Hill Top Arts Exhibition held in St James’ Anglican Church Hall, Rylstone in conjunction with Rylstone StreetFeast was an outstanding collection of art works by painters, photographers, potters and crafters.

In opening the exhibition, Rev Dr David Craig thanked everyone for coming.

He mentioned that 20 per cent of all artworks sold during the exhibition goes to the parish to help keep it running.

“Thank you also to the artists for their wonderful work and for all their thoughts and creativity that goes into it.”

Winner of this year’s raffle prize was Neil Brodie and the people’s choice awards went to:

Painting: ‘Wet Highway’ by Judy Kurtz,

Photography: ‘Sunset Over Kildare’ by Karon Grant,

Pottery: ‘Horsehair Pot’ by Helen Swords, and

Craft: ‘Hanging Basket’ by Sue Pridmore.