published Tuesday, Saturday, Sept. 7
Arts Guild announces Buhl Day winners
Michael Gibson, Youngstown, won best of show in the Valley Arts Guild's Buhl Day Art Exhibit with ``Refugee.''
Winners in the Professional Fine Arts are:
These people placed in the Amateur Fine Arts:
- Susan Jacobs, McDonald, Ohio, for ``Mom _ The Younger Years,'' first place.
- Marlene Comunale, Sharon, for ``Take Me Away From All of This,'' second.
- Steve George, Mercer, for ``Mercer Farm,'' third.
- Honorable mentions went to Evelyn Klein, Sharpsville, for ``Mouse Serenade;'' Missy Friedl, Greenville, for ``Untitled;'' Chandler Beatty, West Middlesex, for ``Waterlilies;'' and Mary Ann Propri, Warren, Ohio, for ``Portrait of Two Poets.''
Photo awards went to:
- Mary Faye Lamont, Mercer, for ``Ivy and Old Lace,'' first place.
- Edward Prusak, Youngstown, for ``Glory Days,'' second.
- Dawn Lineberger, Hermitage, for ``New Dawn,'' third.
Honorable mentions went to: Lou Miller, Sharon, for ``Call of the Wild;'' Len Kolasinski, New Castle, for ``A Day At The Lake;'' and John Havrilla, Hermitage, for ``Flowers for Mother.''
- James Slanitz, Sharon, for ``Lanterman's Mill and Falls,'' first.
- Diana Lynne Edgar, Warren, Ohio, for ``Big Boy Toy,'' second.
- Natalie Jubelirer, Sharon, for ``Morning Walk or The Meaning of Life,'' third.
Honorable mentions went to Vicki Yatsko Jablon, Hubbard, for ``Protrusion,'' and Lisa Schuster, Sharpsville, for ``The Boys.''
The exhibits were judged by Jim Eaker, owner of the Alpha Gallery, Hermitage.
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Updated Saturday, Sept. 7 , 1996