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David E. Dale/HeraldA toddler tries a hands-on approach on the display of artwork in the Buhl Farm Activities Center, Hermitage, where the Valley Arts Guild hosted the Buhl Day art show Monday.
Buhl art show winners announced
Jim Eaker, Sharon, won best of show with ``This is Not a Barn'' in the Buhl Day art show Monday sponsored by the Valley Arts Guild, Sharon.
Others winners were:
Professional fine arts -- Susan Jacobs, McDonald, Ohio, ``This is Henry,'' first place; Marlene Communale, Sharon, ``Fallen Hero,'' second; and Ken Gaydos, Sandy Lake, ``High Water Back Home,'' third.
Amateur fine arts -- Albert Zippay, Hermitage, ``Granpa's Farm,'' first; Samuel Gunnett, New Castle, ``Elizabeth at the Window,'' second; and Beth Long, Sharpsville, ``Floral,'' third.
Photography -- Jeff Zolnier, Sharon, ``Industrial Hauntings,'' first; Jim Eaker, ``The Speed of Gravity,'' second; and Mary Ann Propri, Warren, Ohio, ``Night Sweat,'' third.
Children's art winners were:
5- to 7-year-olds -- Spencer Kouch, first; Michelle Miller, second; Josh Matzel, third; and Thomas Bush, Becky Brown and Lizabeth Pulice, honorable mentions.
8- to 10-year-olds -- Dennis Lackey, first; Robert Rubano, second; Brett Glavey, third; and Danny Mosora, Ashley DelFratte and Angela Hempfill, honorable mentions.
11- to 14-year-olds -- Megan Marsh, first; Suzanne Butler, second; Bekah Mosora, third; and Elijah Pearce, Tony Marcelli and John Matzel, honorable mentions.