Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America announces Art is Ageless winners

Art is AgelessPresbyterian Manors of Mid-America has announced the winners of its annual, systemwide Art is Ageless® competition, which features entries by artists age 65 and older throughout Kansas and Missouri.

Art is Ageless, open exclusively to people age 65 and older, is a copyrighted program of Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America. For the competition, works must have been completed in the past five years. Artists not interested in competition were invited to enter the Art is Ageless exhibit only.

The Art is Ageless program includes art classes, musical and dramatic events, educational opportunities and current events discussions on PMMA campuses throughout the year.

To be eligible for the masterpiece level competition, artists entered a juried competition at one of 18 PMMA communities in Kansas and Missouri. The 2015 Art is Ageless calendar and notecard artwork will include amateur and professional entries selected from winning entries in nine categories.

Christmas

  • “The Beauty of a Winter,” Virgil Penner, Newton Presbyterian Manor
  • “Christmas,” Iris Vincent, Farmington Presbyterian Manor
  • “Christmas Journey,” Kathleen Leckband, Salina Presbyterian Manor

Drawing

  • “God Bless America,” Carol Rondinelli, Aberdeen Village (Olathe, Kan.)
  • “Lucy,” Martha Lee, Fort Scott Presbyterian Village
  • “Mardi Gras,” Harry Flynn, Salina Presbyterian Manor
  • “Mt. Rushmore,” Joanne Clarke, Manor of the Plains (Dodge City, Kan.)
  • “My Pig,” Sandra J. Hastings, Manor of the Plains
  • “Once Upon a Time,” Jackie Collison, Wichita Presbyterian Manor
  • “Oriole & J.O. on the Rocks,” Jeanette Bishop, Farmington Presbyterian Manor
  • “Portrait of Ellie,” Lee Schmelzle, Aberdeen Heights (Kirkwood, Mo.)
  • “When the Good Times are All Gone, I am Bound to Moving On,” Sharon Revell, Wichita Presbyterian Manor

Fiber Arts

  • “Afternoon at the Lake,” Kristy Yenkey, Salina Presbyterian Manor

Mixed Media/Crafts

  • “Fantasy Feathers,” Vera Cummings, Lawrence Presbyterian Manor
  • “Stained Glass Lantern,” Clara Boulware, Parsons Presbyterian Manor
  • “Tear Drops,” Brenda Robertson, Wichita Presbyterian Manor
  • “Victorian Tulips,” Dorothy Jeffries, Parsons Presbyterian Manor
  • “Where the Buffalo Roam,” Dave Rhodes, Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor

Needlework

  • “Country Heartland,” Kathleen Tremblay, Salina Presbyterian Manor
  •  “Heirloom Crazy Quilt Pillow,” Juanita Rapp Wyman, Farmington Presbyterian Manor

Painting

  • “All that Jazz,” Dennis McKay, Wichita Presbyterian Manor
  • “Beach Moonlite,” Richard Lind, Lawrence Presbyterian Manor
  • “Della’s China Cupboard,” Velera Adams, Newton Presbyterian Manor
  • “Finches in the Birches,” Hulda Schrag, Newton Presbyterian Manor
  • “Humming Bird,” Ethel Patterson, Kansas City Presbyterian Manor
  • “Hurry Back,” Nancy Luttrell, Wichita Presbyterian Manor
  • “Lonely Barn,” Lyn Kirk, Parsons Presbyterian Manor
  • “Rural Relic,” Adene Winter, Clay Center Presbyterian Manor
  • “Spring Bouquet,” Joan Varner, Aberdeen Village
  • “Sweeping Up,” Alpha Morrow, Emporia Presbyterian Manor
  • “Tropical Foliage,” Paul Johnston, Emporia Presbyterian Manor
  • “Wool Gathering in Cattle Country,” Patricia Ann Herndon, Manor of the Plains

Photography

  • “Autumn Church,” George Karr, Rolla Presbyterian Manor
  • “Caribbean Flamingos on Valentine’s Day,” Mary Ann Drumm, Newton Presbyterian Manor
  • “Granddaughter Love,” Charles Kennedy, Topeka Presbyterian Manor
  • “Indian Summer,” Margaret Gunselman, Emporia Presbyterian Manor
  • “Old Red Barn,” Jerry Erickson, Manor of the Plains
  • “Painted Lady,” Jeannie Hannon, Parsons Presbyterian Manor
  • “Pansy Rose,” Chris Dancy, Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor
  • “Puffy Cover,” Iris Vincent, Farmington Presbyterian Manor

Quilting

  • “Margaret,” Jackie Warren, Fort Scott Presbyterian Village
  • “Mystic Nights,” Berniece Buell, Fort Scott Presbyterian Village
  • “Paper Pieced Wall Hanging,” Marilyn Adams, Lawrence Presbyterian Manor

Sculpture/3-D

  • “Walnut Owl,” Steve McClellan, Sterling Presbyterian Manor
  • “Norse Staff,” Ralph Martin, Farmington Presbyterian Manor
  • “Hand Built Clay Objects,” Marge Atkins, Topeka Presbyterian Manor
  • “Predator & Prey,” Tony Fornelli, Fort Scott Presbyterian Village

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