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Crawford Mansion becomes a gallery exhibiting the finest art in the zip code
October 28, 2021 at 7:53 a.m.
Cartoonist Gregory Maggi (left) chats with Matthew Campoli, a Harrison resident, about the inspiration behind his ink sketches on Sunday, Oct. 24, at the Crawford Mansion Community Center during the 10th annual ART10573 exhibition and sale. Maggi is a Port Chester artist regularly featured in the event.
Makayla Dutra (right), a Blind Brook High School freshman, picks out a bracelet to purchase from Port Chester resident Donna Greto’s elaborately decorated booth, The Bead Garden.
Port Chester resident Alison Nicholls (right) chats with Margaret Nierodzinska, a longtime Port Chester resident who now lives in New Rochelle, about her charitable Painting 10573 local landscapes project on display.
With her work surrounding her, Mona Balgobin takes her mask off for a second to flash a smile. The New Rochelle resident started her career in nail art but transferred her creativity to the canvas with a focus on texture and an affinity to gold foil.
Port Chester resident Nick Caruthers finds himself at Rye Brook resident Olivia Perrone’s Rose Beads Boutique booth to buy a small painting.
Whimsical dolls created by Rye Brook resident Janine Logue, whose art is featured at the first booth in sight when entering ART10573, greet patrons walking in to peruse the exhibition.
Though she was positioned in the entrance room, Rye resident Donna Cribari’s musical ambience could be heard throughout Crawford Mansion. Open to accompaniment, she invites Port Chester resident Carolyn Seewaldt to join her in singing “That’s Amore.”