Fine arts instructor wins top award at St. Louis exhibition

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Debra K. Scoggin/Myers, a senior lecturer in the fine arts department at Culver-Stockton College, recently took first place at a summer juried exhibition by the Gateway Pastel Artists in St. Louis.

CANTON, Mo. — Debra K. Scoggin/Myers, a senior lecturer in the fine arts department at Culver-Stockton College, recently took first place at a summer juried exhibition by the Gateway Pastel Artists in St. Louis.

Scoggin/Myers was recognized for her piece, “Reflections of a Dog Owner.” Pat Kern, a former adjunct instructor at C-SC, received second place for her piece, “Banjo Man.” Both pieces were accepted into the Missouri 50 competition, the 28th annual juried professional fine art exhibit at the Missouri State Fair in Sedalia, Mo.

Both artists exhibit their work in the Alliance Art Gallery in Hannibal and Art House in Fulton. Scoggin/Myers also has been selected to be a part of the juried exhibition "On the Surface, On the Ramp" at the St. Louis Artists’ Guild from Sept. 20 to Oct. 23, and she will be the featured artist, along with alumna Amanda Brown ‘18, at the Alliance Art Gallery from 5-8 p.m. on Sept. 14.

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