The following appeared in The Floyd Press on July 19, 2012
The Jacksonville Center for the Arts’ largest juried show to date featured 118 pieces and drew a full house on Saturday. Attendees enjoyed a talk by juror Jim Moon and a Meet the Artists Reception.
Friends greet each other as another attendee quietly responds to the art.
Jayn Avery and Liz Stucci study a painting by Emily Williamson titled “And So the Journey Begins.”
Jacksonville Center Gallery Coordinator Lore Deighan places a second place ribbon on Linda S. Correll’s painting, “Rain at Kent Square.”
An art admirer takes a closer look.
First place show winner Jos Biviano talks about his painting with reception attendees.
7. Show award winners and others posed for a picture. From left to right are Rebecca Bordeaux who received honorable mention for Rebirth with Lindsay Pickeral, third place winner Nathan Popp for The Garden, Gallery Coordinator Lore Deighan, Juror Jim Moon, Second Place winner Linda S. Correll for Rain at Kent Square, Roland A. Guidry who received an honorable mention for Autumn Trail, first place winner Jos Biviano and Jacksonville Center director John McEnhill.
The juried exhibit, free and open to the public, will run through September 15, 2012.