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Provided to the Tribune. Margie Leslie won first prize in the June Tahoe Art League contest for her watercolor of an abandoned truck in Virginia City.

Margie Leslie won first prize in the Tahoe Art League June art contest for her nostalgic watercolor rendition of an abandoned truck in Virginia City titled “Black and Green.” Leslie enjoys painting old cars and trucks, animals, and still life. Visit the East Fork Gallery in Gardnerville and Artrageous in Minden to view more of her artwork or call (775) 782-3635.

Second prize went to Betty Shelley for her oil painting titled “River Walk.” She paints memorable places and times in her life and masterfully renders scenes including water. Her works are on display at the South Lake Tahoe Senior Center and she can be contacted at (775) 588-2372.

Dorothy Davis recently traveled to the Monterey coast and returned to South Lake Tahoe in time to win third prize for her new oil painting of “Point Lobos.” Davis’ artwork is on display at Passaretti’s restaurant and in the Snowflake Gallery at Barton Hospital. Contact Davis at to learn more about her artwork.

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