Welcome to the
Arts & Heritage Center
of North Augusta
A community where all citizens have the opportunity to enhance their lives through the exposure to the arts and history of our region.
To provide an educational venue to showcase and promote the arts and regional history.
Please join us in congratulating the winners of North Augusta Artists Guild Show:
|First Place||Glenda Tahan||Mindful Meditation||Oil|
|Second Place||Avis Lyle||Moonlight Becomes You||Acrylic|
|Third Place||Jules Poole||The Apprentice||Pastel|
|Honorable Mention||Jason Chambers||If I Were You||Ink & Acrylic|
|Honorable Mention||Kathleen Boyd||Flowers in Her Hair||Watercolor|
|Honorable Mention||Pat Kerko||Arke||Fiber|
|Michael B. Pearson |
Award (acrylic, watercolor, watercolor pen-ink)
|Ronda Bryce||Apples & Pinecones||Watercolor|
|People’s Choice||Carolyn Baggott||Reflections||Watercolor|
|First Place||Carolyn Baggott||Old Cowhand||Wood Carving|
|Second Place||Pat Kerko||Beaded Necklace||Fiber|
|Third Place||Kay Lovingood||Circles Upon Circles||Gourd|
|Honorable Mention||Henry Drakeford||Curious Kestrel||Sculpture|
|People’s Choice||Henry Drakeford||Curious Kestrel||Sculpture|
|First Place||Rosanne Stutts||Cooking in the Past||Platinum-Palladium Print|
|Second Place||Doug Dooley||Living in the Shadows of the AHC||Photography|
|Third Place||Andy Hunter||Brick Pond Sky||Photography|
|Honorable Mention||Rodney Thomas||In Living Color||Photography|
|People’s Choice||Andy Hunter||Brick Pond Sky||Photography|
|Ron Buttler Memorial Award||Angelika Selman-Bondar||Mother Earth’s Children 2020||Clay with Mixed Media|
|Best of Show||Rosanne Stutts||Cutest Little Baby Face||Silver Gelatin Print|
|AHC Director’s Choice||Elizabeth Barnes||Vinney V||Ceramic & Granite|
The judge for NAAG Show was Lala Mulherin Streett.
Lala Mulherin Streett received her classical art training from Ringling School of Art in Sarasota, Florida. Since graduation, she has worked in the United States and abroad as both a designer and professional illustrator. She is a multi-media artist, working in most drawing mediums, watercolor, acrylic, oil and pastels.
Streett considers herself a multi-media artist working in most drawing mediums, watercolor, acrylic, oils, and pastels. Her numerous awards and shows have established her as one of the finest colorists in the Southeast. Streett recently moved from the Atlanta area to re-establish her art studio in the Augusta area.
Interested in the videos for AHCNA past exhibits, click here!
We are limiting the number of persons visiting the gift shop at one time. In addition, we are not conducting any tours (group or trolley) at this time.