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Readers choose York County’s best scenes at the York Art Association show

“Round About York County”, an exhibition by the York Art Association, features 34 scenes from local countries and towns interpreted by local artists.

Although judged by professionals, the public is invited to choose a favorite through a Readers Choice Award. The winning artist will receive $100.

Readers can vote for their favorite artwork by emailing [email protected] until January 24.

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The opening of the in-person exhibit was originally scheduled for Jan. 15 but was canceled due to “the current rise in COVID cases,” according to a media advisory from the association. Opening receptions usually draw large crowds.

Matthew Clay-Robison, Gallery Director, York College of Pennsylvania, Judge "Around York County," an exhibition of landscapes featuring different locations in the area, at the York Art Association in Springettsbury Township.

The works were recently judged by Matthew Clay-Robison, director of York College Gallery.

“This exhibition is filled with works that demonstrate impressive skill, brilliant use of color, dynamic composition, and an inventive approach to the landscape tradition.

“While I was generally impressed with the overall quality of the exhibition, the works that stood out to me the most and were selected for awards were those that also carried a sense of truth about the region represented; these are works that evoke immediate recognition, not only because they resemble places I have been in York, but because I can smell them and even feel them. There is a sense of honesty to them. subject, depicting aspects of York ranging from the pretty to the gritty,” Clay-Robison says after judging.

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York County’s scenic exhibit can be viewed in person during regular business hours from January 16 through February 13.

Codorus is an oil painting by Neil Scollan.

The association, located at 220 S Marshall St. in Springettsbury Township, is open 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday and 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday.

Most of the works are for sale, and more information can be obtained by contacting the York Art Association at (717) 755 0028.

I’ve been capturing life through the lens since 1983 and am currently a visual reporter with the USAToday Network. You can reach me at [email protected]