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Girvan Award Winner The Haywood Room photo by Vernon Hendrickspn


DUNCAN HALL PHOTO CONTEST 2010 WINNERS


The winners of the recent Duncan Hall Photography Contest will be displayed during the July 16 Gallery Walk at the hall.

This year a special Girvan Award was given for the best photograph taken of the Duncan Hall building or grounds. Thomas Duncan, an accomplished photographer, was born in Girvan, Scotland.

Prizes for the contest included gift cards to three fine Lafayette restaurants and a high quality photo prints from Color Tech. First prize was a $100.00 gift card to Bistro 501 and a 16’ X 20” print. The winner of the Girvan Award received a crystal trophy and a 16” x 20” custom frame from Kelley’s Custom Frames.

The winner of the Girvan award was Vernon Hendrickson. That photo showed the Haywood Room. Hendrickson also won honorable mention in that category, for a picture showing a flag through a window in the Alder Room.
 


Honorable mention in Girvan category,  Flag Through a Window in the Alder Room


For the general category, First prize was won by Jennifer DeBlasio, a photo of two young ballerinas in a street scene. Second prize was won by Lea Foster, a photo of a swimming tortoise. Third prize was won by Chris Daughtry, a rustic barn. Two honorable mentions were won by Dave Trent: one was of a fence and sky; another was of a building on Ferry Street through an upstairs window. The third Honorable Mention was won by Roger Carnes, a photo of a glass sculpture.

 

First prize was won by Jennifer DeBlasio,  Ballerinas

 

Second prize was won by Lea Foster, Swimming Tortoise

 

Third prize was won by Chris Daughtry, Rustic Barn

 

Honorable Mention Dave Trent,  Fence and Sky

 

Honorable Mention Dave Trent, A Building on Ferry Street through an Upstairs Window

 


 Honorable Mention by Roger Carnes,  Glass Sculpture.
 


The contest was sponsored by the Jim Alkire Band with Aura Lee.
 

 


                                                         

Return         See the Results of the 2009 Contest


 

 DUNCAN HALL PHOTO CONTEST


Thomas Duncan Hall has stood as an historic landmark at 619 Ferry St. in downtown Lafayette since 1931. It has been a source of fascination and inspiration for generations of photographers. The Duncan Hall Photo Contest invites you to be a part of that tradition and to win some great prizes as well.

The contest is open to amateurs and professionals, of any age.

Sunday, June 6, from 1 to 5 PM, come to Duncan Hall to pick up your entry form and envelope.

Wednesday, June 23, 12 to 8 PM: Submit up to 3 8”X !0” digital or film photographs of any subject in color or black and white to Duncan Hall. Submit in entry envelope with $5.00 entry fee. A digital disk, including your photos is requested but not required

This year a special Girvan Award will be given for the best photograph taken of the Duncan Hall building or grounds. Thomas Duncan, an accomplished photographer, was born in Girvan, Scotland.

A panel of judges will select and contact the winners on Wednesday, June 30. Prizes include gift cards to three fine Lafayette restaurants and a high quality photo prints from Color Tech. First prize is a $100.00 gift card to Bistro 501 and a 16’ X 20” print. The winner of the Girvan Award receives a crystal trophy and a 16” x 20” custom frame from Kelley’s Custom Frames.

The contest is sponsored by the Jim Alkire Band with Aura Lee.

For more details, go to www.duncanhall.org or call (765) 742-4788.

 

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