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Out & About: Regional artists show their stuff at SAMA-Ligonier Valley exhibition

| Sunday, Nov. 19, 2017, 9:10 p.m.
REGIONAL ART: Southwestern Pennsylvania Council for the Arts, Inc. board of directors, (from left), Bonnie Hoffman, treasurer, and Susan Kiren, president, join Kristin Miller, SAMA-Ligonier Valley Coordinator, during the Southwestern Pennsylvania Council for the Arts 22nd annual Regional Juried Art Exhibition, held at the Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art at Ligonier Valley on Saturday evening, November 19, 2017. First place recipient was Robin Grass, second place recipient was Joseph Ryznar, third place recipient was Diana Williams and fourth place recipient was Kevin O'Toole. Juror was Alison Helm. The exhibit will be on display through February 4, 2018.
Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
REGIONAL ART: Southwestern Pennsylvania Council for the Arts, Inc. board of directors, (from left), Bonnie Hoffman, treasurer, and Susan Kiren, president, join Kristin Miller, SAMA-Ligonier Valley Coordinator, during the Southwestern Pennsylvania Council for the Arts 22nd annual Regional Juried Art Exhibition, held at the Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art at Ligonier Valley on Saturday evening, November 19, 2017. First place recipient was Robin Grass, second place recipient was Joseph Ryznar, third place recipient was Diana Williams and fourth place recipient was Kevin O'Toole. Juror was Alison Helm. The exhibit will be on display through February 4, 2018.
REGIONAL ART: (from left),  Southwestern Pennsylvania Council for the Arts, Inc. board member, Sue Pollins, joins exhibiting artist, Robin Grass, first prize recipient, and Tom Niggel, board secretary, for a photo during the Southwestern Pennsylvania Council for the Arts 22nd annual Regional Juried Art Exhibition, held at the Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art at Ligonier Valley on Saturday evening, November 19, 2017. First place recipient was Robin Grass, second place recipient was Joseph Ryznar, third place recipient was Diana Williams and fourth place recipient was Kevin O'Toole. Juror was Alison Helm. The exhibit will be on display through February 4, 2018.
Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
REGIONAL ART: (from left), Southwestern Pennsylvania Council for the Arts, Inc. board member, Sue Pollins, joins exhibiting artist, Robin Grass, first prize recipient, and Tom Niggel, board secretary, for a photo during the Southwestern Pennsylvania Council for the Arts 22nd annual Regional Juried Art Exhibition, held at the Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art at Ligonier Valley on Saturday evening, November 19, 2017. First place recipient was Robin Grass, second place recipient was Joseph Ryznar, third place recipient was Diana Williams and fourth place recipient was Kevin O'Toole. Juror was Alison Helm. The exhibit will be on display through February 4, 2018.
REGIONAL ART:  Exhibiting artists, (from left),  Robert Newell, award of excellence recipient, Larry Mallory, award of merit recipient, and Adalberto Ortiz, gather for a photo during the Southwestern Pennsylvania Council for the Arts 22nd annual Regional Juried Art Exhibition, held at the Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art at Ligonier Valley on Saturday evening, November 19, 2017. First place recipient was Robin Grass, second place recipient was Joseph Ryznar, third place recipient was Diana Williams and fourth place recipient was Kevin O'Toole. Juror was Alison Helm. The exhibit will be on display through February 4, 2018.
Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
REGIONAL ART: Exhibiting artists, (from left), Robert Newell, award of excellence recipient, Larry Mallory, award of merit recipient, and Adalberto Ortiz, gather for a photo during the Southwestern Pennsylvania Council for the Arts 22nd annual Regional Juried Art Exhibition, held at the Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art at Ligonier Valley on Saturday evening, November 19, 2017. First place recipient was Robin Grass, second place recipient was Joseph Ryznar, third place recipient was Diana Williams and fourth place recipient was Kevin O'Toole. Juror was Alison Helm. The exhibit will be on display through February 4, 2018.
REGIONAL ART: Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art Trustees, (from left), Chantel Ventura and Mari-Pat Beene, also an exhibiting artist, (artwork shown back), pose for a photo during the Southwestern Pennsylvania Council for the Arts 22nd annual Regional Juried Art Exhibition, held at the Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art at Ligonier Valley on Saturday evening, November 19, 2017. First place recipient was Robin Grass, second place recipient was Joseph Ryznar, third place recipient was Diana Williams and fourth place recipient was Kevin O'Toole. Juror was Alison Helm. The exhibit will be on display through February 4, 2018.
Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
REGIONAL ART: Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art Trustees, (from left), Chantel Ventura and Mari-Pat Beene, also an exhibiting artist, (artwork shown back), pose for a photo during the Southwestern Pennsylvania Council for the Arts 22nd annual Regional Juried Art Exhibition, held at the Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art at Ligonier Valley on Saturday evening, November 19, 2017. First place recipient was Robin Grass, second place recipient was Joseph Ryznar, third place recipient was Diana Williams and fourth place recipient was Kevin O'Toole. Juror was Alison Helm. The exhibit will be on display through February 4, 2018.

Works from both emerging and established artists are featured in the Southwestern Pennsylvania Council for the Arts 22nd annual Regional Juried Art Exhibition, showing through Feb. 4 in the Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art at Ligonier Valley. Reception guests packed the house on Nov. 18 for an opening reception to view the 63 works in various media by 48 artists hailing from the Commonwealth's 19 southwestern counties. Juror was Alison Helm, director of the West Virginia University School of Art and Design.

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