Hot Springs Artists Society hosts show

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    PHOTOS COURTESY of Michael Howard.

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    PHOTOS COURTESY of Michael Howard.

More than 50 original photos are on display at Wall Street Place at the On The Wall Gallery as the Hot Springs Artists Society celebrates the winners of its Juried Photography Show.

Judged by local photographer Linda Williams, the winners were selected based on message, composition and exposure. A total of 57 entries were received in the various categories from many local artists, including 11 entries from Hot Springs High School students. Photographers from as far away as Butte also participated.

The top award winners received cash prizes, including Julie White of Hot Springs, who won Best of Show honors. Teresa Waterbury, also of Hot Springs, was selected for the Best Reserve Award and Frank Vestay of Columbia Falls won the People’s Choice Award.

For more information about the Hot Springs Artists Society, contact Norah Potts at 406-741-5096.

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