Scituate Arts Association’s Announces
SAA Members’ Library Show 2022
July 19 to August 16
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Eileen Casey’s pastel, “Reflections on Lily Pond,”
The SAA Members Show is now on display at the Scituate Library Gallery through Sunday August 14th.  From there, the award-winning works will go on display in the SAA’s Front Street Art Gallery window.
The award winners were selected by local artist and teacher, Ann Conte.  Eileen Casey’s pastel, “Reflections on Lily Pond,” as First.  Of Eileen’s work, Ann stated: “Beautiful color palette and nice composition. I can feel the twinkle of the sun reflecting off the lily pads and the cool water trickling through the pads while the sky reflected in the water gives the piece a sense of presence.” 
Second was given to Mary LoPiccolo’s “Cyclamen Dance,” Ann remarks that this watercolor was a “Beautiful watercolor and good composition-loose and minimal, with just enough definition for the viewer to see the flowers and leaves.  The Cyclamens do dance!” 
Three Honorable mentions went to Paul Carley’s “Tending the Garden,” Amanda Rebelo’s “Lucky Finn” and Marie Wilkes’s “Satuit Brook.”  Of Paul’s acrylic piece, Ann’s comments were “Playful and creative, this piece invites the viewer to imagine their own narrative. It makes me smile.”  Of Amanda’s photo, “Moody and mystical, the viewer is drawn to anticipate what might be waiting inside.”  And finally of Marie’s watercolor, Ann states, “Nice plein air technique with painterly application of colors, making the piece fresh and spontaneous.”

The Scituate Library staff selected Sandra Weeks’ Snow Leopard, a graphic work for their Librarians’ Choice Award.  The 5 award winning works will be shown in the Front Street Gallery window from Wednesday, August through Sunday, September  
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Mary LoPiccolo’s “Cyclamen Dance,”
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Paul Carley’s “Tending the Garden,”

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