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RAL Art Center announces winners of exhibits

Winners from a pair of juried art shows at the RAL Art Center in Kilmarnock were announced at a July 7 reception at the gallery by RAL executive director Sharon Stone.

Kay Van Dyke, an architect and owner of an art gallery in Gloucester, served as judge, choosing between 100 original artworks in the Coastal Living and Small Works shows, which included paintings, photography, fiber art, glass, and sculpture entered by member artists.

In the Coastal Living exhibit, Van Dyke awarded first place to “Got Fries?” a watercolor painting by Linda Goldstein. Kay said that it was “not only a skillful watercolor, but the use of a plump bird shape and leftover space is really well done.” Dave Hershiser’s oil painting, “Chesapeake Wave,” received second place. Van Dyke said that it was “an unusual wave painting, without the normal blue-green backlit wave” and was “skillful.” Third place went to the photo, “Sea Turtle in Peace” by Andre O. Smith. Van Dyke commented that it was an “outstanding ...

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