Art Show Set Up
Co-Chairs Nancy Lamb and Sue Smith assist Kim Este as she brings in a large painting to display for the Art Show.
Never too Young
Grampa Stan McMorris shows granddaughter wife Carol Ann's art during Art Show..
Brothers-in-Law Bond
Whether they were bonding over art, or simply drug along by their wives, Carl Ray and David Yarborough appear to be having a good time.
Pick of the Show
This festive beach scene watercolor by Pat Legg brought a premium price at the Art Show.
A Standout in the Crowd
Faye Holmes is a standout in this group as she studies a painting in the buidling named for her late husband, Horace Holmes.
Gone But Not Forgotten
Artist Hudora Cain Lewman discusses her featured Gone But Not Forgotten series with Barbara Toney. The series of original watercolors depicts scenes and buildings of Summit from long ago. 
Why does a Historical Society sponsor an art show? Ever hear of the Summit Trio? Summit's claim to an art heritage is strong and vibrant, and as evidenced by the success of its 2008 Art Show, the current runs as strong and deep as ever. More than twenty local artists participated in the show, which was attended by approximately 100 appreciative patrons. The Historical Society is committed to maintaining and fostering this tie to Summit's artistic community. It is a synergistic partnership and we look forward to future Art Shows. For additional Photo coverage of the 2008 Art Show click on the link.