Western Wayne Art Group recently held its 46th annual judged spring show and sale at Walworth Town Hall.
This year’s judge was Patricia Tribastone, a nationally recognized artist painting primarily in pastel and oil. She is a master signature member of the Pastel Society of America, a signature member of the National Oil and Acrylic Painters Society, and an associate member of Oil Painters of America. She maintains a gallery/studio in downtown Canandaigua.
Tribastone presented awards to the following artists.
Blue ribbon: Barb Case for “The Marsh” (miscellaneous media), Cheryl Coleman for “BFF” (oil/acrylic) and “Matching Strides” (drawing), Dave Folts for “Patchwork Veneer Clock” (3D), Marshall Handfield for “Sugar Waffles” (photography), Elaine Liberio for “Sarah’s Farm” (Wayne County subject), and Margaret Wilson for “Daffodil Party” (watercolor).
Honorable mention: Case for “Night Comes” (drawing), Sue Dzeidziech for “Fungi” (3D), John Domm for “Furnace 2, Ontario” (Wayne County subject), Linda Fisher for “The One That Got Away” (3D) and “Make My Day” (oil/acrylic), Folts for “Echo Lake” (photography), and Damaris Verzulli for “White Buck in Late Autumn” (miscellaneous media).
The Walworth Town Clerk Award went to Case for “Night Comes.” Fisher received the Walworth Supervisor Award for “Make My Day” and Verzulli earned the Seely Library Award for “Fox Curled in Snow.”
Carole Banke won the wood owl created and donated by Wilson, and Linda Braun received the wood photo box created and donated by Folts.