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The Artists Place Gallery - February Blue Ribbon Winner!

We have a new winner in our February/March TAP Gallery display!

The Blue Ribbon Winner in The Artist's Place Gallery competition for this month is Karen Larrabee her great piece, "Ron's House". Our theme this month was "Houses and Architecture". We see more and more great artwork each month.

This month's competition was judged by the Crooked Creek Park Staff.

Please join us in congratulating Karen on her win!!

"Ron's House" by Karen Larrabee

Artist Bio

I like to define myself as a “free-style” artist as I love all things creative.​I was born and raised in northern NJ where I had many opportunities to visit the museums of NYC. How they inspired me! I then received a B.A. in art and education, and a Master’s of Liberal Learning, (yes, a MA.L.L, degree), with concentrations in studio art, art history and art education from Marietta College, Marietta, OH. While in Ohio, I married, raised a family and taught art until my retirement a few years ago. I received many awards for both my teaching and artistic endeavors.​I have continuously been exposed to, and engaged in many media and styles and enjoy the freedom to be creative and experiment artistically. Lately I have been working in mixed media collage, but I enjoy drawing, water colors, pastels and designing one-of-a-kind home décor pieces. For me, art and life just naturally go hand in hand and SC is giving me a whole new palette to explore and enjoy.

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Thank you to everyone that participated!

The Juried Show Winners move to the TAP Gallery on March 30 so we will not have a contest next month. Start planning now, though. The contest beginning April 15 will have a theme of "People: Faces & Figures".

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