PAL fall show

“Mary’s Mare” by Julie Wittwer, one of the many artists displaying their work at the Payson Art League’s fall show.

The Payson Art League hosts its annual fall show this weekend at Julia Randall Elementary School, 600 S. Green Valley Parkway. The show is from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 9 and 10 and features numerous individual artists plus work from groups.

Enjoy the work of:

• William Ahrendt, oil paintings

• Patricia Allebrandt, jewelry

• Roxy Almblade, painter, illustrator

• Nancy Bollard, fiber arts, felting

• Angie Cockle, scratchboard

• DJ Craig, photography

• Bob Hershberger, oils, acrylics, watercolors

• Judy Herzog, crochet, ornaments

• Janet Hodson, paintings

• Sharon Kennedy, jewelry

• Inger Legrande, watercolors, rosemaling

• George Lewis, photography

• Sue McIntyre, oil paintings

• Mary Pazell, acrylics, watercolors

• Sandy Peters, jewelry

• Mimi Romberger, paintings, ceramics

• Pat Sessions, oils, acrylics

• Julie Wittwer, acrylics, oils

• Samantha Wright, fabric arts, quilting

• BCO, wood and jewelry

• Friends of Rim Country College GCC, Inc., ARTSquared, paintings, mixed media

• Payson Mud Club, ceramics

The artists have donated works to be raffled and tickets are available at the show.

Overman Designs has also donated a necklace for a drawing. Proceeds from the raffle and drawing go to student art supplies and a scholarship.

To learn more about the Payson Art League, attend its meetings at 6 p.m., the second Tuesday of each month at the Payson Public Library, 328 N. McLane Road.

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