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Out & About: Greensburg Art Center's holds reception for annual member's art exhibit

| Sunday, Jan. 21, 2018, 11:00 p.m.
Event co-chairs, (from left), Susan Pollins and Pat Majcher, join Glenn Buzzard for a photo, during the opening reception for 'Inside, Outside', a members' exhibition held at the Greensburg Art Center on Saturday evening, January 20, 2018.
Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
Event co-chairs, (from left), Susan Pollins and Pat Majcher, join Glenn Buzzard for a photo, during the opening reception for 'Inside, Outside', a members' exhibition held at the Greensburg Art Center on Saturday evening, January 20, 2018.
(from left), Ken Nicholson, Cathy Rosensteel, Karen Jurkovic, (art shown center), and Molly Zindash, gather for a photo, during the opening reception for 'Inside, Outside', a members' exhibition held at the Greensburg Art Center on Saturday evening, January 20, 2018.
Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
(from left), Ken Nicholson, Cathy Rosensteel, Karen Jurkovic, (art shown center), and Molly Zindash, gather for a photo, during the opening reception for 'Inside, Outside', a members' exhibition held at the Greensburg Art Center on Saturday evening, January 20, 2018.
(from left), Pamela Cooper joins Helen Thorne for a photo, during the opening reception for 'Inside, Outside', a members' exhibition held at the Greensburg Art Center on Saturday evening, January 20, 2018.
Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
(from left), Pamela Cooper joins Helen Thorne for a photo, during the opening reception for 'Inside, Outside', a members' exhibition held at the Greensburg Art Center on Saturday evening, January 20, 2018.
Exhibiting artists, (from left), Gloria Gonzales, (art shown left),  people's choice first place recipient, and Sarah Hunter, (art shown right), people's choice third place recipient, pose for a photo during the opening reception for 'Inside, Outside', a members' exhibition held at the Greensburg Art Center on Saturday evening, January 20, 2018.
Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
Exhibiting artists, (from left), Gloria Gonzales, (art shown left), people's choice first place recipient, and Sarah Hunter, (art shown right), people's choice third place recipient, pose for a photo during the opening reception for 'Inside, Outside', a members' exhibition held at the Greensburg Art Center on Saturday evening, January 20, 2018.
Exhibiting artists, (from left), Patricia Dickun and Doreen Currie, people's choice second place recipient, pose for a photo during the opening reception for 'Inside, Outside', a members' exhibition held at the Greensburg Art Center on Saturday evening, January 20, 2018.
Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
Exhibiting artists, (from left), Patricia Dickun and Doreen Currie, people's choice second place recipient, pose for a photo during the opening reception for 'Inside, Outside', a members' exhibition held at the Greensburg Art Center on Saturday evening, January 20, 2018.

Greensburg art lovers got a taste of the hip metropolitan art scene at the Greensburg Art Center, with a reception for the annual member's art exhibit, “Inside/Outside,” aimed to showcase contributions from regular (or “inside”) and newer (or “outside”) artists.

Held Jan. 20 in the Hempfield art center, the event attracted local artists, art lovers and art students.

Dress was eclectic, with a rakish sensibility suitable to the gallery's bohemian vibe; suits and high heels mingled with flannels and cowboy hats, with nary a raised eyebrow.

As Glenn Buzzard played jazz piano, host Patricia Majcher gave a speech honoring last year's “best in show” winners, Gloria Gonzalez and Sarah Hunter.

Members and visitors also ate, sipped punch, bought art from the featured contributors and voted for this year's “best in show.”

Guests were invited to keep their eyes peeled for future events, including an “art and beer night” coming later this year.

“Inside/Outside” was organized by center President Renie Pollock and Vice-President Susan Kiren, assisted by Nancy Dalverney and Cheryl Kirsch.

Seen: Tami Krusper, Stacie Krusper, Mary Yeager, Sandy Mears, Beverly Kohler, Bill andBonnie Hoffman, Karen Jurkovic, Doreen Currie, Bob Keefe, Richard Stoner, Patricia Dickun, Carolyn Taylor, Susan Pollins, Shirleah Kelly andMarcia Koynok.

— Greg Kerestan

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