[Posted on May 04, 2016 | 112 views]
"Faith" by Dale Peterson of Hartfield won First Place in three dimensional art in the Art Speaks on the Bay exhibit, which opened Saturday at the Bay School Community Arts Center in Mathews. Peterson's colorful depiction of a man attempting flight was created with 3D Pen and ABS filament. Photo by Sherry Hamilton
Art Speaks on the Bay judge Clelia Cardano Sheppard of Cape Charles, left, named the painting "Colonial Muses" by Anne Kushnick, right, Best in Show. Photo by Sherry Hamilton
The breathtaking oil painting "Colonial Muses" by Anne Kushnick of Lanexa won Best in Show in the Art Speaks on the Bay exhibit at the Bay School Saturday.
"In Tribute to Turner" by Gary Edmondson of Mathews received a Juror's Honorable Mention.
"A Girl and Her Dog" by Susan Craven Rosen of Staunton was name the 2nd Place winner in two-dimensional art.
"Owl at Midnight" by Katherine Maloney of Cologne won the Juror's Choice Award.
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