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September 1, 2009

September, 2009

What’s New
~ Current and Upcoming Displays
~ Photo Contests; Superstation WGN's "My America" and MSNBC's "It's a Snap"
~ New Paintings; “Autumn Hillside,” "Down Louisiana Way" and "Bob Ross Lives
~ Photos in St. Tammany News

Lana’s paintings are still on display at the St. Tammany Art Association’s Member’s Gallery in Covington, Louisiana. She will have works in Slidell Art League's "Change of Seasons" show (opening Sept. 11th,) and in Bayou Lacombe Art Center's "Fall for Art," Sept. 26th and 27th at the heart hospital in Lacombe, LA.
Lana’s "Bayou at Northlake" photo won "Photo of the Week" in Superstation WGN's "My America" contest and proceeds to the finals. Voting begins Sept. 2nd. Her "Golden Orb Weaver" photo made it to the finals of MSNBC's "It's a Snap" contest, but did not win.
The St. Tammany News published two more of her photos on their front page; "Frog in the Birdhouse" and "Flowers in the Sand."

New Works
Lana completed a 24x12" acrylic painting on gallery-wrapped canvas; “Autumn Hillside” (shown above.) Some of the leaves, both in the trees and on the ground, are done in metallic gold paint, which reflect light. She also completed an 11x14" piece called "Down Louisiana Way" that features local themes and a 10x8" landscape done in acrylic on canvas board called "Bob Ross Lives." All can be seen on her website (see below.)

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