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Kyle Hobratschk wins Turner House art show

Neighborhood-based artist Kyle Hobratschk won the first-ever juried art show at Turner House this past weekend. The show was part of a year-long celebration of the Turner House centennial.

Hobratschk, who works out of Oil & Cotton, won with a copper tint of Turner House itself, which will become part of the permanent art collection there. He also won $500. The contest was open only to artists who live in Oak Cliff, and 25 artists submitted 33 pieces.

By |2012-09-26T12:14:51-05:00September 26th, 2012|Art, News|Comments Off on Kyle Hobratschk wins Turner House art show

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