The Milton Arts Guild presented awards at the Oct. 26 opening reception for its judged Dusk to Dawn exhibition.
President Anne Buck awarded monetary prizes for first-, second- and third-place winners, and ribbons were presented for honorable mentions.
Gerilyn Gaskill’s watercolor “Church Day” won first place. Exhibition judge and Kennett Square artist Annie Strack said, ”Wonderful use of light and shadows, really gives excellent color of sunset on the subject. I love how the light is hitting the tops of the grasses and shadows on the bases.”
A total of 20 artists entered the exhibition, which includes watercolor, acrylic, oil, mixed media and photography. Strack chose winners from among 36 artworks.
Second place was awarded to Isabel Pizzolato for “End of the Day on the Broadkill,” and third place went to Anne Buck for “Walking on the Udder Side.”
Honorable mentions went to Lynda Rae Ganno, “Egret at Dawn”; Cathy Serwalt,“Evening at the Wheelhouse”; Sue Marano, “Spotlight on the Dunes”; and Paul Hammesfahr, “Mendocino Midnight Magic.”
Th exhibition will remain on display through Saturday, Dec, 1.
Milton Arts Guild Gallery is open from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Wednesday to Saturday, at 310 Walnut St. in historic Milton.