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Jurors pleased with tremendously talented artists

Long-time Arts Council volunteer Evelyn Sloane mimics a watercolour by Milé Murtanovski as she peruses the artist biography binder at the Art in the County show which opened Friday at 10 a.m. in the Picton Town Hall (corner of Ross and King streets). Murtanovski's 'Ashley Reading' received an Honourable Mention. Sue Capon photo

Jurors for the annual Art in the County show were pleased with the extensive variety of disciplines and media represented in this 17th annual exhibition which opened Friday at 10 a.m. at the Picton Town Hall (corner of Ross and King streets).
“It was a very pleasant and enjoyable experience for us,” they noted in their statement. “Your County has a tremendously talented community of artists and fine crafts people. Although we were unable to include works from all the artists who submitted, we commend all of you for your obvious commitment to your creative practices.”
The award winners and jurors’ comments were announced at the opening reception of Art in the County Thursday night.  The Peoples’ Choice award will be announced Sunday, July 4th.
2010 Art In the County award winners:
Lyne Lusk
Juror’s Award
Passage
Fibre
Gorgeous stitching and loved the subtlety of your colour selection.
Very modern/contemporary work in a traditional craft form.

Janine Kinch
Juror’s Award
Land of the Rising Sun
Mixed Media Monotype
Striking version of collage.
Fabric and paper combination is marvellous.
Excellent work!

Kyle Lane
Juror’s Award
Ort Chair
Cherry
So sinuous and elegant.
Original design.
Good details, fine work.

Claudia Jean McCabe
Juror’s Award
Adagio
Acrylic
Fantastic balance and composition.
Dynamic and dramatic – powerful piece.

Carol Burrill
Juror’s Award
Passion
Jewellery
Very beautiful sculptural piece.
Exquisitely appealing.

Celia Sage
Honourable Mention
Exultate (Zinnlas) II
Oil & Gold Leaf on Canvas
Exotic jungle and jumble of forms and emotionally compelling.

Danielle Reddick
Honourable Mention
Strawberry Field
Wire and Various Threads
Gorgeous subtle colour changes.
Terrific patterns and texture.

Andrew Csafordi
Honourable Mention
Dawn Shadow
Encaustic
Original approach and technique.
Wonderful fractured surface.

Amélie Koning de Bourbon
Honourable Mention
Petroglyphs II
Chine Collé
Intimate scale. Must take the time to look, then we see the depth and details. Delightful.

Milé Murtanovski
Honourable Mention
Ashley Reading
Watercolour
Strong Composition.
Extraordinary technique – handles media very well.
Good observation of detail and focus.

The Jurors for Art in the County 2010
Pat Durr
B.A. Ed. Honours an Ottawa artist, print maker, muralist and curator and a past juror at Art in the County.
George Wale, M.Ed.
an artist, sculptor, curator and Director of Programs at the Burlington Art Centre and a past juror at Art in the County.
John de Visser
has shared his work and knowledge of every part of this country, including the Arctic, with a great variety of audiences and has acted as judge in photographic competitions in Canada and the United States. de Visser’s work can be seen in the recently republished ‘The Settler’s Dream’

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  1. Richard Parks says:

    Do yourself a favour and visit this wonderful showing by talented artists.If you are like me and haven’t attended
    for a while ,you will be amazed at the quality (and quantity!)of art on display.

  2. Maria Zaban-Stanley says:

    I always make time to go to Art in the County and each year am amazed at the talent!

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