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The winners of the Boerne BierFest 2022 Art Competition are in

The Masskrug have been washed and put away, and the sun has set on the 5th Annual Boerne BierFest benefitting the Hill Country Council for the Arts.

The Masskrug have been washed and put away, and the sun has set on the 5th Annual Boerne BierFest benefitting the Hill Country Council for the Arts.

As always, the small gathering of artists and artisans who commit to Boerne BierFest remind festivalgoers that it is the overall goal of BBF to raise funds used to expand opportunities to experience the arts in Kendall County and surrounding Hill Country counties. Keeping true to the Art Council’s mission, the day was filled with music, conversation with artists and art isans – paintings, jewelry, photography, pottery, quilting – and the sampling of fine crafted beer and cider brewed by Texas Craft brewers.

Benjamin Roberts took home first place with his sublime photographs of the Texas Hill Country. As First Place winner, Roberts will take part in the creation of next year’s BierFest Limited Edition poster. According to the mystery judge, “Roberts displayed a serious eye for the aesthetic potential of our Hill Country landscapes.”

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