CAMBRIDGE — Cambridge artist Sondra Jonson's life-size bronze sculpture, “Rachel Weeping for Her Children,” recently won Best of Show in Sculpture in the American Mothers, Inc. national art competition.
Each state holds an American Mothers art competition in March and then sends winning entries to the national organization for judging. The national winners will be announced at the American Mothers National convention to take place in Puerto Rico, April 27-May 2 .
American Mothers Inc. has been active for 68 years in knowledging the importance of mothers in American society. The organization is an interfaith, non-political, non-profit group dedicated to strengthening the moral and spiritual foundations of family and home in America. In recent years, American Mothers, Inc. has been active in teaching and mentoring mothers, reaching out to abused, neglected or abandoned children and mothers, fighting pornography, fighting child abuse, and recognizing accomplishments of children and mothers in the United States. AMI is also the official sponsor or Mothers Day and Mother of the Year.
“Rachel Weeping,” Ms. Jonson's winning sculpture, will be featured on the American Mothers web site for one year, and all first place winners are awarded a cash prize.
Another Nebraska woman, Ardith Starostka of Columbus won first place in Oil Painting. Ms. Jonson's photograph, “Winter Homestead” won second place in Photography at the state exhibit in Lincoln, last March.
Cambridge Clarion — April 22, 2004
CAMBRIDGE - This “Rachel Weeping for Her Children” sculpture done by Sondra Jonson recently won Best of Show in Sculpture in the American Mothers, Inc. national art competition.
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