Art show displays professional, amateur art

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  • Visitors observed the many art show entries.

  • Ellen Van Howling displayed a quilt.

  • Stepping stones were designed by Joan Bono.

  • A haunting creation entitled Lost Love was done by Dawn McLaughlin.

VERNON — The Highland Lakes Art Show held this past weekend displayed both professional and amateur categories including painting, drawing, photography, crafts, needlework, sculpture and quilting.

— Photos by Janet Redyke

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