The annual Fiddler's Jamboree Craft Awards were presented Friday.
Jayne Vinsant of Sterrett, Alabama received the "Best of Show" award for her hand painted glasswork and mixed media wearable art jewelry, created from vintage pieces made into new contemporary works.
Jonathan Griffith of Murfreesboro, formerly of Liberty, received the "Best Appalachian Craft" award for his functional and decorative handcrafted pottery.
The "Best Newcomer" Award went to Carolyn Whittenburg of Portland for her display of fine art (decorator) gourds and rain sticks.
Dana Godsey and Ann Hill of Crossville received the "Best Craft Display" award for their primitive art work and paintings, rustic looking handmade frames. They also do hand stitching on aged fabric.
The awards were presented by Emma Adkins and Tabitha Farmer, the Fiddler's Jamboree Directors of Crafts.
(Top Photo: Emma Adkins, Jayne Vinsant, and Tabitha Farmer)
(Second Photo from Top: Tabitha Farmer, Jonathan Griffith, and Emma Adkins)
(Third Photo from Top: Carolyn Whittenburg, Emma Adkins, and Tabitha Farmer)
(Bottom Photo: Tabitha Farmer, Ann Hill, Dana Godsey, and Emma Adkins)