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Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP announces winner of art competition

Tami McKnew, Smith Moore Leatherwood; John Derek Parsons '18; and Ross McClain, Furman University Department of Art

Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP has announced that Furman senior John Derek Parsons has been selected as the winner of the third annual Furman University Juried Art Competition. Parsons’ woodblock prints were purchased by the firm, and will become part of Smith Moore Leatherwood’s permanent art collection. Winning honorable mention for his collection of acrylic paintings was Furman senior Jackson Goode. The competition, which concluded Jan. 11, was featured in upstatebizSC and GSABizWire.com.

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