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By Dan Rudy 

Fair entries bring back blue ribbons

 

Dan Rudy/ Wrangell Sentinel

Exhibits to the Haines and Palmer state fairs from Wrangell artists Anny Newport and Terree Pino are displayed in the window of the Stikine River Gifts and Apparel on Front Street, sporting the ribbons they'd picked up in this year's competitions.

Exhibits sent in by three local artists returned home with top honors this year.

Terree Pino, Anny Newport and Charity Hommel won a collection of awards for their artwork at the 2016 Southeast Alaska State Fair in Haines this July, which proceeded from there to be shown at the State Fair in Palmer. The exhibits have since migrated back to their origins and a collection of them are on display in the window of Stikine River Gifts and Apparel.

Specializing in photography, Hommel brought back seven ribbons in all from Haines, with one blue ribbon for her work in the Digitally Manipulated Photog...



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