Arts & Extras: Carilion puts first employee art show up to a vote

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As part of the Robert L.A. Keeley Healing Arts Program, we partnered with The National Arts Program® to sponsor our first employee art show. There were 165 Carilion employees, volunteers and immediate family members from across the organization who submitted 271 pieces to display in the show. 
 
The art is on display in the south lobby waiting area and atrium at CRMH. Check out the winners and don’t forget to nominate your favorite piece for the People’s Choice Award.
 
Ballots for the People's Choice Award are available at the Guest Services desk.
Voting takes place until June 15. Everyone is invited to vote, but please only one entry per person. 
 
The winner of the People's Choice Award will be announced on June 16 and will receive a $300 award provided by Carilion Clinic Foundation.
 
Congratulations to the following winners:
 
Youth (12 years old and under) – all are family members
First place and $75 to Aaron Denberg of Roanoke for The Town
Second place and $50 to Caroline Moore of Roanoke for Wheels of Awesome
Third place and $25 to Elizabeth Moore of Roanoke for Language of Love II
Honorable Mention to Noah Leonard of Troutville for Flowers from 3rd Grade and  Aaron Densberg (family member) of Roanoke for Everything Eyes
 
 Teen (13-18 years old) – all are family members
First place and $75 to Sarah Brown of Roanoke for 1st Birthday
Second place and $50 to Alexander Potter of Christiansburg for Grasping Nature
Third place and $25 to Madison Chisom of Hardy for Fluorescent Spring
Honorable Mention to Broderick Munsey of Vinton for Droplets and  Melissa Hartman of Roanoke for Big Boots to Fill
 
Adult – Amateur
First place and $300 to (employee) Wendy Weber of Floyd for Porch Light
Second place and $200 to (employee) Lurah Phipps of Boones Mill for Grist Mill at Dollywood
Third place and $100 to (employee) Maureen House of Roanoke for Dancer
Honorable Mention to (employee) Meryle Parker of Roanoke for Journeys and (employee) Marie Webb of Roanoke for Faces of Amalfi
 
Adult – Intermediate
First place and $300 to (employee) Tracey Parks of Roanoke for Solitude
Second place and $200 to (employee) William Rea of Roanoke for Morning Dunes
Third place and $100 to (family member) Dayna Hanks of Radford for Early Fall
Honorable Mention to (family member) Piet Jager of Roanoke for Landscape and (employee) Marjie Gowdy of Boones Mill for Floyd Ridge, from Callaway
 
Adult - Professional
First place and $300 to (family member) Denise Hoots of Marion for Marks of Absence
Second place and $200 to (family member) Bonnie Neuhoff of Roanoke for Instincts
Third place and $100 to (family member) Josef Riggins of Boones Mill for Jonas Salk
Honorable Mention to (family member) Perri Mason of Bedford for Time is Only for Now and (family member) Mark Hoots of Woodbridge for Untitled.
 
Best of Show and $300 to (employee) Robert Williams of Rockbridge Baths for Phyllis, Ambrotype.