The jurors of Kamloops regional art exhibit Art Exposed have made their selections.
On Friday, three jurors made their picks for the Kamloops Art Council's Art Exposed show in a variety of categories, including 2D, 3D split by emerging artists and established artists, and youth.
Jurors this year included Kamloops-based artists Bill Frymire, Robin Hodgson and Debra Gow.
In the 2D emerging artist category, Carmen Teixeria-Derksen of Canoe took first place with Hope.
In second place was Jillian Beach of Kamloops with Circus of the Cosmos-II.
In the 2D established artist category, Edit Pal took first place with Wintertide, while second place went to Parm Armstrong for Pieces.
In 3D art, the winner of the emerging artist category was Mike Kehler of Kamloops for Guardian Muninn, with Jackie Jones' Rocky Horror Game of Thrones or How it Should Have Ended winning second.
In the established artist category for 3D art, the winner was bronze sculptor Nathan Scott with The Window. Taking second place was Ed Jensen with Medicine Bird. Both artists live in Kamloops.
The youth category had one winner — Addysen Outerbridge won with Sutherland Falls.
Each first and second place winner will receive a $750 cash prize at the least, according to the KAC website.