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Complete list of gold, silver and bronze winners at 2018 Silver Arts Showcase

Winners and competitors in the 2018 Silver Arts Showcase were recognized Friday at Salisbury Civic Center.

The gold medal winners were: 

Heritage arts

• Bernice Hager for crocheting.

• Joanne French for jewelry.

• Marcia Bremser for needlework.

• Karen Morgan for hand-stitched quilting.

• Rebecca Lyerly for machine-stitched quilting.

• C. William French for stained glass.

• James Baird for woodcarving.

• Richard Taylor for woodturning.

• Lanie Craven for woodworking.

Literary arts

• Shane Tolliver for essays.

• C. William French for life experiences.

• Phyllis Loflin-Kluttz for poetry.

• Helen Sienerth for short stories.

Visual arts

• Janet Isenhour for acrylics.

• Carolyn Blackman for drawing.

• Cathy Yochim for mixed media.

• Phyllis Steimel for oil paints.

• Phyllis Steimel for pastels.

• Ernest Griffith for digital photography.

• Richard Lapham for film photography.

• Charles Heilig for sculpture.

• Carolyn Blackman for watercolor.

Performance arts

• Tim Smith for rhythmic spoon playing.

Local Silver Arts

• Vernice Gallon-Clyburn for cakes.

• Rebecca Lyerly for candy.

• Mike Shue for cookies.

• Mike Shue for home-canned foods.

• Renita Ritchie for pies,.

• Karen Morgan for greeting cards.

• Rebecca Lyerly for housewares.

• Evelyn Schaffer for live plants.

• Betty Monroe for puzzles.

• Rebecca Lyerly for sewing bags.

• Rebecca Lyerly for sewing garments.

• Rebecca Lyerly for sewing hats and scarves.

• Linda Shirley for silk flowers.

• Rebecca Lyerly for stuffed toys.

The silver medal winners were:

Heritage arts 

• Bernice Hager for crocheting.

• Bernice Hager for jewelry.

• Geraldine Webster for needlework.

• Rebecca Lyerly for hand-stitched quilting.

• Cathy Yochim for machine-stitched quilting.

• Athena Moore for stained glass.

• Robert Phelps for woodcarving.

• Barry Lambert for woodturning.

• Richard Taylor for woodworking.

Literary arts

• C. William French for life experiences.

• Raymond Riley for poetry.

• Karen Donelson for short stories.

Visual arts

• Charrathee Hager for acrylics.

• Cathy Crossett-Wood for drawing.

• Janet Isenhour for mixed media.

• Janet Payne for oil paints.

• Carolyn Blackman for pastels.

• Ernest Griffith for digital photography.

• Richard Lapham for film photography.

• Joyce Orphanoudakis for sculpture.

• Karen Morgan for watercolor.

Local Silver Arts

• Mary Roakes for cakes.

• Mike Shue for candy.

• Karen Morgan for greeting cards.

• Rebecca Lyerly for house wares.

• Sharon Skeen for puzzles.

• Rebecca Lyerly for sewing bags.

• Rebecca Lyerly for sewing garments.

• Rebecca Lyerly for sewing hats and scarves.

• Rebecca Lyerly for stuffed toys.

The bronze medal winners were: 

Heritage arts

• Tina Odom for crocheting.

• Rebecca Lyerly for jewelry.

• Rebecca Lyerly for needlework.

• Athena Moore for stained glass.

• Charles Heilig for woodcarving.

• Lanie Craven for woodturning.

• Richard Taylor for woodworking.

Literary arts

• Helen Sienerth for poems.

Local Silver Arts

• Bette Thiedeman for cakes.

• Bernice Taylor for house wares.

• Rebecca Lyerly for sewing hats and scarves.

Visual arts

• Joyce Orphanoudakis for acrylics.

• Katherine Doyle for drawing.

• Connie Eads for mixed media.

• Carolyn Blackman for oil paints.

• Kay Morgan for digital photography.

• Carolyn Blackman for watercolor.

For information on how to participate in the Salisbury/Rowan County Silver Arts showcase, contact coordinator Phyllis Loflin-Kluttz at 704-216-7780.

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