Southern Utah Art Guild announces winners of “Only Abstraction” show
At the Southern Utah Art Guild’s “Only Abstraction” show, “Deep Space #1” by Beth Migruder-Dilberto (left) won best of show and and “Tail Feathers” by Alan Curtis won second place

The Southern Utah Art Guild recently announce the winners of its art show “Only Abstraction.” The show features 98 pieces of art in various media from 37 artists. All pieces are for sale. The show runs through Aug. 30 at Red Cliff Gallery, which is open Mondays through Fridays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., excluding holidays.

Southern Utah Art Guild “Only Abstraction” winners

Best of show: “Deep Space #1” by Beth Migruder-Deliberto, acrylic

First place: “Visitation” by Mel Scott, watercolor

Second place: “Tail Feathers” by Alan Curtis, acrylic

Third place: “New York Blues” by John Mangels, acrylic

Honorable mentions

“Abstract” by  Dr. Jo Campbell, acid etching on plexiglass

“Graffiti” by Charles M. Fletcher, acrylic on paper

“Piano Line Dance” by Philip Mouton, pencil and pastel

“Rough Plaid” by Kari Frymier, house paint

“Sunfire Mountain” by Philip Moulton, pencil and pastel

“Genesis” by Alicia Buck, mixed media

Red Cliff Gallery is located in the City Commons Building at 220 E 200 N in St. George. More information about the Southern Utah Art Guild is available at

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