Head out of Plymouth Center east on one-way North Street to reach the Plymouth Center for the Arts to view 255 intriguing artworks in the 43rd Annual Juried Art show.
Ann Lainhart, one of the Center's artists and volunteers, greeted guests arriving at the gala opening of the art show.
Guests flowed through the art-lined halls of the Center, the former Plymouth public library.
Deborah Calvert and friends enjoy the Russell Gallery, the largest of five rooms and two halls where art is displayed.
Dick Hilker is directed to "look over there!"
The "Icarus Revisited" sculpture was chosen by the judges as Best of Show.
Sculpturer Douglass C. Gray admitted he was surprised and delighted by the Best of Show honor.
A delightfully textured fabric depiction of a country road earned Honorable Mention for creator Elise Pennypacker.
Variety blends artwork in this corner of the Green Room.
This gasp-provoking image was created by photographer Wesley Ennis.
Baby moose obediently follows its mother.
An art patron takes a long look at Barbara H. Peavey's "Pilgrim Maiden."
"Candlelite Still Life" by Patricia J. Lindros-Kruskall's blue ribbon as Best Represental hangs modestly behind a big blue petal.
Modern musical arrangements were presented engagingly by the double bass and guitar duo.
The harp is a perfect accompaniment to fine art.
Delicious food offerings were easy to find.
A second helping, the satisfied patron admitted.
An audience crowded into the room where awards were presented to winners.
Art Guild President Andrew Kusmin called out winners' names — those standing behind him are awaiting more winners in their category.
Behind Art Guild President Andrew Kusmin is Terry Kole who, as chair of the event, orchestrated the battalion of volunteers who knit together the 255 pieces of art, delicious food, music, flower arrangements, etc.