Sunday, October 19, 2008

Stokes County Fair

This past September, I entered some art, crafts, and cookies in the Stokes County Fair. This fair is very traditional and somewhat small. It has unique categories, and I was curious to see which other professional artists would enter work in the fair and what kind of work they would enter. (I was also inspired by my pastor's wife and children who always enter the Stokes County Fair.)


I was excited to be named Best of Show in the Fine Arts Department for my pen and ink drawing.
















(Photo courtesy of my husband)


I also ventured into the crafts and cooking category.
I won 9 ribbons out of 11 entries.

6 comments:

Natalie said...

Very nice!!! :)

Is the orange thing with b&w patches a totebag?

And what's the round-looking thing out of the same b&w fabric?

mandolinartist aka amanda said...

Thanks ;->

Yes, I made an orange tote bag, referencing school colors as I may be caring it to school.

The other 'thing' with the black fabric is a magnetic message board.

lilstaceysmom said...

Well I love all the art work and congrats on the ribbons. You have always been great at art! I also LOVE your shirt you are wearing in the pic. It is very artcy too! how ever you spell that. Good work on everything

kristin said...

Congrats Amanda! Awesome work!

mandolinartist aka amanda said...

THANKS THANKS! It was so much fun to finally get involved in the Stokes County Fair...

Scott said...

Great job Honey, Your gifted artisanship(Ex. 28:3) never ceases to amaze me. The Lord has greatly blessed you with your wonderful talent and me with your companionship.