Almost 60 artists entered the exhibit. The art, submitted by RAC Exhibiting Members, was done without any limitations in theme, but the work had to exclude traditional painting with a brush. The gallery, located at 145 Rowayton Avenue in Rowayton, is open 11-5pm, Tuesday through Saturday, and from 1-4pm on Sunday. Admission is free.
Other prize winning artists selected by the judge, Josephine Robinson, include: Drawings: 1st place: Gretchen Bruno (Darien) “Anthony” 2nd place: Dawn Dahl (Wilton) “Radicchio, Garlic and Peppermill” 3rd place: Robert Cestone (Rowayton) “Portrait” Mixed Media: 1st place: Susan Acker (Stamford) “Shore Finds” 2nd place: Greg Welz (Norwalk) “Whirligigs.” Pastels: 1st place: Frank Bordonaro (New Canaan) “Willa Cather” 2ndplace: James Ryan (Greenwich) “Waiting for Spring” 3rd place: Ann Marie Tetelman (South Salem, NY) “Ron Floats” Digital Art: 1st place: David Lindsay (Norwalk) “Sailien” 2nd place: Barbara Murphy (Rowayton) “Lily in the Sky” Prints: 1st place: Susan Leggitt (Norwalk) “Dark Mist” 2nd place: Katharine Draper (Rowayton) “Interwoven”
Exhibit chairs were Kathleen Weinstock and Pat Atkin. The exhibit opened Sunday, January 29 and will be up until February 19.
RAC has been a cultural hub for almost 60 years. The RAC Art School offers year-round classes and workshops for creative people of all ages and at all levels. RAC, a not-for-profit organization, underwrites art education programs throughout Norwalk.
Visit www.rowaytonartscenter.org for more information about classes, workshops and events.
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