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Jane Thomas with her work ‘Scouts Honor’ that won Best in Show.

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Second Place winner Harriet Westfall with ‘Dusk in NY #1.’

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Third Place winner ‘Cliff Palace 3’ by Jack Harding.

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Retired Peace Corp staff Monna Kauppinen with one of her entries ‘Without Pretense.’

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Shelly Ruben and his entry ‘Twin Mesas.’

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‘Wisteria Shadows’ by Carolyn Grosse Gawarecki.

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‘Dubrovnik Dome’ by Linda Maldonado

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’The Third Floor’ by MAGZ (Margaret Pearson).

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The show offered prints and original works for sale throughout the weekend exhibit.

Forty-three members of the Potomac Valley Watercolorists participated in a show and sale this past weekend at St. Andrew’s Church. Best in Show was awarded to Jane Thomas for ‘Scouts Honor.’ This is the second year that Thomas has won Best in Show. Second Place went to Harriet Westfall of Arlington for ‘Dusk in NY #1.’ Third place was awarded to Jack Harding of Potomac, Md. for ‘Cliff Palace 3.’

Potomac Valley Watercolorists was founded in 1974 to meet the need for a professional organization of watercolor artists. PVW is a nonprofit organization that seeks to promote the art and excellence of watercolor painting.

PVW will celebrate its 35th anniversary with a juried show at Strathmore Hall in Rockville, Md. Jan. 6-Feb. 21, 2009. Visit http://www.potomacvalleywatercolorists.com for more.