And Langley’s ‘Deck the Doors’ Winners Are…

Posted in Community, Community News, Visual Art

Dec. 23, 2015

The goal of the “Deck the Doors” contest is to brighten the streets of Langley and create an artists’ outdoor gallery. That goal was certainly accomplished this year with the talents of over 30 artists that created remarkable displays.

Langley Main Street awarded three $1,000 checks to the winners of the contest to brighten their efforts.

DSC_0002•  Melissa Brown and Ben Courteau of Flying Bear Farm won for their “Apple Orchard” at The Braeburn.

DSC_0047•  Fair Trade Outfitters’ owners and artists, Barry & Lilly van Gerbig along with Victoria Fairbanks won for their “Gifts of Langley” display using glass blown ornaments from Callahan’s Firehouse and a beautiful advent calendar with local shops named behind each door.

DSC_0016•  Diane Kaufman owner and artist of Ott & Murphy won for the “Let it Snow” display with wine barrels, snow and lots of lights.

•  A neighborhood award of merit was named by the judges for Anthes Street for all the light and cheer.

Everyone was a winner, with so many great entries this year. Come to Langley and see all the great decorated doors. It is certain to make your spirits bright.

Langley Main Street Association is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, organized in the state of Washington as a non-profit corporation.

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