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‘The Armory’ takes home Best in Show at juried art show

04/02/2016 4:46 PM |

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The Old Town Arts and Crafts Guild held an opening reception for their Spring juried art competition show and sale in Cutchogue Friday evening.

Noted North Fork artist Max Moran judged this year’s competition, choosing winners in fine arts, photography, and mixed media as well as the Best in Show – a painting by Dalia Gorman entitled “The Armory.”

Guild members brought an array of appetizers and visitors enjoyed live music by John Risotto of Port Jefferson Station.

The show runs April 1-3 and 9-10 at the Guild’s Main Road, Cutchogue location.

Guild president Bob Kuhne with his latest work "Hook, Line, and Sinker."
Guild president Bob Kuhne with his latest work “Hook, Line, and Sinker.”
Sculpture by Paul Maus of Mattituck.
Sculpture by Paul Maus of Mattituck.
"Fiber Active Cod" is a mixed media painting by Janet Bassemir-Gentile.
“Fiber Active Cod” is a mixed media painting by Janet Bassemir-Gentile.
First place winner in mixed media is "Raku Pottery 1" by Glen Mcnab.
First place winner in mixed media is “Raku Pottery 1″ by Glen Mcnab.
Visitors enjoying the beautiful artwork.
Visitors enjoying the beautiful artwork.
Barbara Stoldt of East Quogue.
Barbara Stoldt of East Quogue.
JoAnn Corretti of Mattituck with her first place "The Tavern."
JoAnn Corretti of Mattituck with her first place “The Tavern.”
Some of the different styles in the fine arts category.
Some of the different styles in the fine arts category.
Best in Show winner "The Armory" by Dalia Gorman.
Best in Show winner “The Armory” by Dalia Gorman.

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