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Arkansas Arts Center's 2017 Delta Exhibition winners 


GRAND AWARD WINNER: "Grass Variation (Mown Path)" (detail, 60 by 60 by 2.5 inches), porcelain by Clarksville artist Dawn Holder.
DELTA AWARD: "Chaos Ensues," 32 by 32 inches, fabric, thread and batting by Paula Kovarik of Memphis.
DELTA AWARD: "Fall," stainless steel cutouts on synthetic line, 144 by 198 by 8 inches, by Oxford, Miss., artist Carlyle Wolfe.
HONORABLE MENTION: "Leslie Cafe," 15 by 21 inches, inkjet print by Tommy Wallace of Conway.
HONORABLE MENTION: "Harder than writing a good haiku," 7.5 by 7.25 inches, handmade book by Frank Hamrick of Ruston, La.
HONORABLE MENTION: "The American Student: Marshayla and the Drawing Class," 30 by 24 inches, watercolor and pastel by Jason McCann of Maumelle.
HONORABLE MENTION: "The Wonderweapon," 16 by 20 inches, oil by Daniel Cassity of Hot Springs.
"Trike," 18 by 24 inches, oil by Tim Tyler of Bella Vista.
CONTEMPORARIES AWARD WINNER: "Body: Flesh and Bone," (detail, 96 by 96 inches), graphite on paper by LaDawna Whiteside of Fayetteville.
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GRAND AWARD WINNER: "Grass Variation (Mown Path)" (detail, 60 by 60 by 2.5 inches), porcelain by Clarksville artist Dawn Holder.
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    Dawn Holder's porcelain blades of grass, in "Grass Variation (Mown Path)," won the Grand Award in the Arkansas Arts Center's 59th Delta Exhibition that opened last Friday. The award is worth $2,500; juror Betsy Bradley, director of the Mississippi Museum of Art, chose the Grand Award and Delta Award winners; members of the Arts Center's Contemporaries group chose the winner for the Contemporaries Award. The Delta Awards were $750; the Contemporaries Award was $250.
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