City employee’s art recognized


Alan Mintz, a wastewater treatment operator for the City of Clinton, participated in the Sampson Arts Council’s Juried Art Show and received first place for his artwork. City officials noted that were proud to have ‘talented employees working for the city and who are active in our community.’ Mintz started painting when he was 7 years old, poorly at first he concedes, before finding his stride many years later. Mintz said he was honored at the recognition, for which he also received $250. Sampson Arts Council executive director Kara Donatelli said there were eight awards given out for the Juried Art Show, five of which went to Sampson artists.


Alan Mintz, a wastewater treatment operator for the City of Clinton, participated in the Sampson Arts Council’s Juried Art Show and received first place for his artwork. City officials noted that were proud to have ‘talented employees working for the city and who are active in our community.’ Mintz started painting when he was 7 years old, poorly at first he concedes, before finding his stride many years later. Mintz said he was honored at the recognition, for which he also received $250. Sampson Arts Council executive director Kara Donatelli said there were eight awards given out for the Juried Art Show, five of which went to Sampson artists.

Alan Mintz, a wastewater treatment operator for the City of Clinton, participated in the Sampson Arts Council’s Juried Art Show and received first place for his artwork. City officials noted that were proud to have ‘talented employees working for the city and who are active in our community.’ Mintz started painting when he was 7 years old, poorly at first he concedes, before finding his stride many years later. Mintz said he was honored at the recognition, for which he also received $250. Sampson Arts Council executive director Kara Donatelli said there were eight awards given out for the Juried Art Show, five of which went to Sampson artists.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_Art-show.jpgAlan Mintz, a wastewater treatment operator for the City of Clinton, participated in the Sampson Arts Council’s Juried Art Show and received first place for his artwork. City officials noted that were proud to have ‘talented employees working for the city and who are active in our community.’ Mintz started painting when he was 7 years old, poorly at first he concedes, before finding his stride many years later. Mintz said he was honored at the recognition, for which he also received $250. Sampson Arts Council executive director Kara Donatelli said there were eight awards given out for the Juried Art Show, five of which went to Sampson artists.
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