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Bowen Center presents awards for Smallest Little Art Show
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Jennifer David of Dawsonville took first place in the Smallest Little Art Show at the Bowen Center for the Arts on Nov. 16 with her work “Old London.” - photo by For the Dawson County News

The Bowen Center for the Arts held their Smallest Little Art Show awards reception on Nov.16. Over $300 in prizes were given after a panel of judges reviewed the 68 beautiful works of fine art, photography, ceramics, jewelry and glass art.

All works in the exhibit are under $150 and the exhibit continues until Dec. 14.

The gallery and gift shop are open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and 12 to 4 p.m. Saturdays.

During the reception Nov. 16, the Bowen judging panel awarded first place to Jennifer David of Dawsonville for her acrylic and pen piece titled “Old London;” second place to David Ferguson of Canton for his photo “Lids in Oil;” and third place to Diana Forster of Canton for her clay piece “Dogwood Urn.”

Honorable Mentions went to Sarah Curtis of Cumming for her pen and ink piece titled “Centering One's Self;” to Judy Linn of Dahlonega for her woodcut “Bellapheron, Pegasus & Chimera;” to John Quinn of Griffin for his photo “Dragonfly and Lily;” to Tom Reed of Dawsonville for his photo “Wisconsin Farm;” and to Wanda Black Smith of Dahlonega for her oil “Late Fall Leaves.”

Admission is free. The Bowen Center for the Arts is located just north of Dawsonville’s historic square at 334 Hwy. 9 N. Visit their website at