Artwork earns audience votes

September 1, 2013 

Kalee Calhoun of Cary stands with her sister, Chloe, the inspiration for her painting "Not a Black Hole."

COURTESY OF KALEE CALHOUN

Kalee Calhoun of Cary won the Audience Choice Award at the 2013 Teen Art Exhibition Greater Than>Less Than at the Contemporary Art Museum in Raleigh.

The award, given to the artist whose work receives the most votes from museum visitors, was for Kalee’s paining titled “Not a Black Hole.” The painting, which Kalee said was inspired by her sister, Chloe, is made from acrylic paint, house paint and loose canvas.

Kalee recently graduated from Cary Academy.

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