“Morning in the Forest,” a photograph by Emma LeBlanc. COURTESY PHOTO, City of Kent

“Morning in the Forest,” a photograph by Emma LeBlanc. COURTESY PHOTO, City of Kent

Five artists win latest Kentcreates.com exhibit

Sponsored by Kent Arts Commission

  • Tuesday, October 8, 2019 11:44am
  • Life

Five artists received $200 each for their winning entries in the Look Up online exhibit sponsored by the Kent Arts Commission at kentcreates.com.

The winners are:

• “Morning in the Forest,” a photograph by Emma LeBlanc

• “Sunlit buildings at dusk in Chinchon, Spain,” an acrylic painting by Robin Martin

• “Venom,” a pencil drawing by Zamiel Borja

• “Cabin,” an oil painting by Miranda Ward

• “Autumn Confetti in Aspen Woods,” an oil painting by Rohini Mathur

See the five winners and other entries at KentCreates.com. There were 31 submissions.

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