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Talent abounds at annual ART10573 exhibition, sale
November 3, 2022 at 2:55 a.m.
Port Chester resident Pam Mickatavage double tasks during the annual ART10573 exhibition and sale on Sunday, Oct. 23, working on a charcoal drawing of a friend’s dog between chatting with patrons perusing different booths set up around the Crawford Mansion Community Center.
Forget the mannequin, Rye Brook artist Joani Krasne (right) shows Deborah Meer, a resident of the Kingfield development in Rye Brook, how a variety of her handmade bracelets looks on the wrists.
A first-time artist presenting her work at the ART10573 exhibition, Port Chester’s Kathy Dreves attends to her booth filled with vibrant jewelry pieces and ornate holiday adornments.
Friends from Cornell University catching up over a day to admire local art, Greenwich, Conn. resident Monica Steele (left) and Rye Brook resident Barbara Cohen page through an array of watercolor prints created by Greenwich artist Carole Nelson.
Kathy Ann Bassett (left), a Rye resident who for decades taught special education and global history at Port Chester High School, engages Port Chester watercolorist Brigitte Loritz in an animated discussion by the artist’s display.
As art-lovers stroll around the Crawford Mansion Community Center, Rye resident Donna Cribari provides musical ambiance on the piano, playing “Beauty and the Beast” while Rye Brook resident Claudia Levy sings along.