* Overall originality/uniqueness - how the piece/image was made their own.
*Craftsmanship of the media used.
*Did it reward the viewer from a distance and also when viewed up close? Does it keep the viewer's interest?
*How successful did the piece convey the concept or meaning if there was one?
3rd Honorable Mention Went To: Helen Canfield "Two Lovelies" Watercolor.
2nd Honorable Mention Went To: Lori Snyder "Transcendental Trash" Photography.
1st Honorable Mention Went To: John Hassler "Early Spring" Oil.
3rd Place Went To: Larry Lerew "Dillsburg Square Crossing" Acrylic.
2ns Place Went to: Teri Oja "Birches with Lupines" Thread/Fabric.
1st Place Went To: Linda McCloskey "The Other Side Of Me" Acrylic.
Stop in through August 10 and view all of this wonderful member's exhibit represented by 25 artist's showing 48 pieces.
"Dillsburg Square Crossing"
Acrylic en Plein Air
8" x 16"
Larry Lerew, 3rd Place.