Local artists entered photography, drawing, painting, mixed media and 3-D crafts exhibits. The 39 pieces of artwork were on display throughout the weekend at City Hall on Plaza Circle.
Reynolds said she took the photo of the bridge in May at the end of a field trip through a Modesto Junior College photography class.
“We were leaving the city and pulled off at Yerba Buena Island, and set up tri-pods to take the shots,” Reynolds said.
Reynolds was also named Best of Show in the local contest nine years ago after submitting a photo of her daughter, Kelsey, eating a cupcake with the sun behind her.
Regina Reid, who has chaired the show for the past five years, said she loves seeing the various artworks presented.
“I’m always real excited to see the kids put out their art,” Reid said. “The participation is growing steadily.”
The Apricot Fiesta Arts and Crafts show winners are:
Preschool and kindergarten
Painting: Kason Zenger, first place; Brianna Hughes, second place; Lilly Hooper, third place
Drawing: Wyatt Zenger, first place and second place
First and second grade
Painting: Berlyn Thomas, first place; Ava Lynn Angeles, second place and third place
Drawing: Logan Zenger, first, second and third place
3-D Craft: Logan Zenger, first place
Third and fourth grade
Painting: Jocelyn Sagapolu, first place
3-D Craft: Grant Hooper, first, second and third place
Fifth and sixth grade
Seventh and eighth grade
Ninth and 10th grade
Painting: Joaquin Armeata, first, second and third place
Eleventh and 12th grade
3-D Craft: Manuel Hill, first place
Painting: Richard Bangle, first place
Drawing; Jose Lopez, first place
3-D Craft: Jose Lopez, first place
Mixed Media: Richard Bangle, first place
Photography: Yvonne Reynolds, first place and third place, and Richard Reis, second place
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