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Out & About: Norwin Art League hosts annual member show

Shirley McMarlin
| Monday, Sept. 10, 2018, 1:33 a.m.
Mary Anne Mariana (left) and Diane Kuhns pose for a photo Sept. 6 during the 44th Annual Norwin Art Exhibit, sponsored by the Norwin Art League, held at the Redstone Highlands Clubhouse in North Huntingdon.
Kim Stepinsky | Tribune-Review
Mary Anne Mariana (left) and Diane Kuhns pose for a photo Sept. 6 during the 44th Annual Norwin Art Exhibit, sponsored by the Norwin Art League, held at the Redstone Highlands Clubhouse in North Huntingdon.
Exhibiting artist and recipient of the Best of Show Award, Manjushree Roy, (center), (work shown back), is joined by her husband, Subhasish Pal, (L), and daughter, Simone Pal, for a photo during the 44th Annual Norwin Art Exhibit, sponsored by the Norwin Art League, held at the Redstone Highlands Clubhouse in North Huntingdon on Thursday evening, September 6, 2018.
Kim Stepinsky | Tribune-Review
Exhibiting artist and recipient of the Best of Show Award, Manjushree Roy, (center), (work shown back), is joined by her husband, Subhasish Pal, (L), and daughter, Simone Pal, for a photo during the 44th Annual Norwin Art Exhibit, sponsored by the Norwin Art League, held at the Redstone Highlands Clubhouse in North Huntingdon on Thursday evening, September 6, 2018.
(from left), Joanne Popovich, Arlene Pasinski, exhibiting artist, (work shown bottom), and David Smith, gather for a photo during the 44th Annual Norwin Art Exhibit, sponsored by the Norwin Art League, held at the Redstone Highlands Clubhouse in North Huntingdon on Thursday evening, September 6, 2018.
Kim Stepinsky | Tribune-Review
(from left), Joanne Popovich, Arlene Pasinski, exhibiting artist, (work shown bottom), and David Smith, gather for a photo during the 44th Annual Norwin Art Exhibit, sponsored by the Norwin Art League, held at the Redstone Highlands Clubhouse in North Huntingdon on Thursday evening, September 6, 2018.
(from left), Linda Dickson, Corporate Director of Marketing &. Sales at Redstone Highlands, joins Norwin Art League’s, Kathleen Fenk, vice-president, and Pat Vaughn, president, for a photo during the 44th Annual Norwin Art Exhibit, sponsored by the Norwin Art League, held at the Redstone Highlands Clubhouse in North Huntingdon on Thursday evening, September 6, 2018.
Kim Stepinsky | Tribune-Review
(from left), Linda Dickson, Corporate Director of Marketing &. Sales at Redstone Highlands, joins Norwin Art League’s, Kathleen Fenk, vice-president, and Pat Vaughn, president, for a photo during the 44th Annual Norwin Art Exhibit, sponsored by the Norwin Art League, held at the Redstone Highlands Clubhouse in North Huntingdon on Thursday evening, September 6, 2018.

Art exhibit opens

The 44th Annual Norwin Art League Exhibition was held Sept. 6-9 in the Redstone Highlands Clubhouse in North Huntingdon. During an opening night reception, Manjushree Roy was honored with Best in Show for her painting “Girl of Today.” Receiving second place was “Caught Up,” a piece by Pamela Cooper . The open show featured works by local artists in various media, such as oil, acrylic, watercolor, mixed media, digital art and photography.

Shirley McMarlin is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Shirley at 724-836-5750, smcmarlin@tribweb.com or via Twitter @shirley_trib.

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