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10 artists receive awards at East Suburban Artists League show in Latrobe

Patrick Varine
| Tuesday, Nov. 21, 2017, 9:54 a.m.
Ilona Ralston of Murrysville, who received a judge’s mention for her glass painting, “Midnight Flower.”
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Ilona Ralston of Murrysville, who received a judge’s mention for her glass painting, “Midnight Flower.”
Barbara Jewell of Export received a judge’s award for her watercolor, “Red Fox: Caught in the Moment.”
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Barbara Jewell of Export received a judge’s award for her watercolor, “Red Fox: Caught in the Moment.”
Allen Maloney of Murrysville received a judge’s award for his watercolor, “Three Flowers.”
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Allen Maloney of Murrysville received a judge’s award for his watercolor, “Three Flowers.”
Betty Trout of Murrysville received a judge’s mention for her watercolor, “Blooms by the Fence.”
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Betty Trout of Murrysville received a judge’s mention for her watercolor, “Blooms by the Fence.”
Sarah Wood of Export received judge’s award for her watercolor, “Venice Canal.”
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Sarah Wood of Export received judge’s award for her watercolor, “Venice Canal.”
Sue Yaklich of Delmont received a judge’s award for her photo, “Castle Ghosts.”
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Sue Yaklich of Delmont received a judge’s award for her photo, “Castle Ghosts.”
Joy Anglin of Export received a judge’s mention for her watercolor, “Clematis with Contour Lines.”
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Joy Anglin of Export received a judge’s mention for her watercolor, “Clematis with Contour Lines.”
Jennifer Boget of Murrysville received a judge’s award for her watercolor, “Sunshine and Shadow.”
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Jennifer Boget of Murrysville received a judge’s award for her watercolor, “Sunshine and Shadow.”
Jan Fiorina of Murrysville received a judge’s mention for her photo, “Light Up Night.”
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Jan Fiorina of Murrysville received a judge’s mention for her photo, “Light Up Night.”
Joyce Frost of Murrysville received a judge’s mention for her photo, “Kaleidoscope.”
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Joyce Frost of Murrysville received a judge’s mention for her photo, “Kaleidoscope.”

Ten artists from the Star's coverage area were among the award recipients at the East Suburban Artists League show at the Latrobe Art Center last month.

While the best-of-show award went to Monroeville artist Landini, the following submissions won awards from judge, professional artist, museum educator and teacher Alice Lieb.

• Jennifer Boget of Murrysville, judge's award for her watercolor, “Sunshine and Shadow.”

• Barbara Jewell of Export, judge's award for her watercolor, “Red Fox: Caught in the Moment.”

• Allen Maloney of Murrysville, judge's award for his watercolor, “Three Flowers.”

• Sue Yaklich of Delmont, judge's award for her photo, “Castle Ghosts.”

• Sarah Wood of Export, judge's award for her watercolor, “Venice Canal.”

• Joy Anglin of Export, judge's mention for her watercolor, “Clematis with Contour Lines.”

• Jan Fiorina of Murrysville, judge's mention for her photo, “Light Up Night.”

• Joyce Frost of Murrysville, judge's mention for her photo, “Kaleidoscope.”

• Ilona Ralston of Murrysville, judge's mention for her glass painting, “Midnight Flower.”

• Betty Trout of Murrysville, judge's mention for her watercolor, “Blooms by the Fence.”

For more on the league, see ESALart.org.

Patrick Varine is a Tribune-Review staff writer. Reach him at 724-850-2862, pvarine@tribweb.com or via Twitter @MurrysvilleStar.

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