Thad Hanna walked back and forth in the deserted exhibition hall, clipboard and pencil in hand. Pausing again in front of a painting, he muttered, “Lots of talent here. This is difficult.”
Hanna traveled from his Fredericksburg gallery to judge the Central Texas Pastel Society’s 12th Annual Member Exhibition and Competition, held at Temple’s Cultural Activities Center. The society’s exhibit chairperson, Nancy Taylor from Georgetown, and treasurer Nancy Manoogin from Temple confer in whispers as Hanna continues his trek back and forth across the floor. Twenty-five artists entered 77 pieces — all “original pastels,” the ladies emphasize — which is why Hanna’s task is formidable.
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