BAYarts announces Juried Show winners

Timothy O'Connor's watercolor, "Black and White," won Best of Show in BAYarts' 51st annual juried show.

With over 200 works of art of various media submitted to BAYarts' Annual Juried Show, imagine the challenge that faced judges Kathy McConaughy, Creative VP at American Greetings and Robert Roth, senior artist and award-winning children's book illustrator.

Thirty-five artists were chosen to be in the show, eight winning the top awards. Best of Show went to Tim O'Connor for his watercolor "Black and White." Phyllis Fannin won first place for her print "My Own Action Figure." Edward Beyer and Yvonne Bakale each won two awards (Edward won second place and The American Greetings Award, Yvonne took third place and a jury award). Pat Catan's Award went to Gusztav Veres.

The show will be in the Sullivan Family Gallery in the Fuller House through Nov. 2. Hours are Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-3 p.m.; Saturday, 9 a.m.-2 p.m.; or by appointment, 440-871-6543. More information at

In the Dianne Boldman Gallery, "Rustbelt Monster Collective" will be having a closing reception on Saturday, Nov. 2, 4-8 p.m.

Eileen Stockdale

Executive Director of BAYarts, non-profit art education and exhibition center in Bay Village

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Volume 5, Issue 22, Posted 10:31 AM, 10.29.2013