Tiny Art Throwdown winners announced

Published 9:51 pm Wednesday, May 19, 2021


Winners of the Tiny Art Throwdown, part of last Friday’s Evenings on Elk event in Downtown Elizabethton has been announced.

A number of local artists submitted their work and transformed the streets of Downtown.

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As stated by Project Move, organizer of the community event, “We had such a colorful Evenings On Elk thanks to Create Appalachia, Elizabethton Arts and Culture Alliance and participants of the Tiny Art Throwdown! It was so nice to see all of the different age groups and ideas!”

Judged for the original concept, creative interpretation of the site features, and general “WOW” factor, a panel of community members selected the following winning entries: 1st place-Colorful Condos by Ana Nagy, 2nd place- Blasting Cannon by Savannah Gobble, and 3rd place- Mouse in the nut canoe by Regina May.

Judges choice entries were Jackpot by Beth Laws, Brick Oven by Marci Birkhenmer, and Dino Disco by Sophia James.

People’s choice entries were Elizabethton Icon Painting by Savannah Gobble, Colorful Condos by Anna Nagy, and Street Lamp by Cadie Digby.