University City residents T. Antoinette Fassel and Ron Belanger also had works accepted.
The show, which features 33 works, will run Oct. 14 through Nov. 11 in the church sanctuary.
An awards ceremony was held on Oct. 20. The winners were as follows: first place, Garret Damerest, North Park; second place, Steven Gould, Carmel Valley; and third place, John Valois, uptown San Diego. Honorable mention awards will go to Lee Sie, Clairemont; Eric Swenson, Bankers Hill; and G. Pasha Turley, Pacific Beach. Award-winning graphic artist Randall Cornish judged the show.
The show is open for free public viewing from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Oct. 27, Nov. 3 and Nov. 10. To see the show outside these hours, call the church office (858) 273-1480. St. Mark’s United Methodist Church is located at 3502 Clairemont Drive.
• Tom Atwell, La Jolla High School varsity water polo coach, Challenged Athletes Foundation (CAF) triathlon supporter and participant joined his varsity team in raising funds and volunteering for the foundation during the event on Oct. 21, which took place in La Jolla.
Atwell’s varsity water polo players assisted challanged athletes as they exited the the triathlon swim in La Jolla Cove to the bike transition area.
Atwell and his team have participated and volunteered for the event for the past 10 years. This year, Atwell won first place in his age division.
•La Jolla Realtor receives 2012 REBA award: Vicki Robb of the La Jolla Willis Allen office was this year’s recipient of the prestigious McNaught-Davis/Knox award given by the La Jolla Real Estate Brokers’ Association (REBA).
Since 1962, the REBA award committee (consisting of previous award recipients) annually reviews the nominations submitted by the REBA membership and selects the one candidate who best exemplifies the principles of personal integrity, cooperation, salesmanship and community activity.
“The award is given once a year to the member who best characterizes the Golden Rule, and that follows the ethics of the real estate profession,” said Todd Bloom, award committee chairman, “and that works at a very high professional level, cooperating in every aspect to accomplish a satisfactory transaction for the principal and the buyer ... Vicki is a great representation of what this award was created for.”
REBA was established in 1924 to promote communication and cooperation among brokers and agents in La Jolla and San Diego. Every year, hundreds of millions of dollars worth of homes are bought and sold with the assistance of REBA member agents.