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‘Color In Winter’ 2022 Art Show & Sale On View At Municipal Center



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The Society of the Creative Arts of Newtown (SCAN) is presenting its annual “Color in Winter Show & Sale” at Newtown Municipal Center. The presentation is in the main corridor of the municipal center, 3 Primrose Street.

The exhibition is on view through February 25. It can be viewed weekdays between 8 am and 4:30 pm.

Show Chair Adele Moros told The Newtown Bee this week that 72 paintings are on view for this year’s exhibition.

“Color in Winter” offers works by members of the artists collective. Members were allowed to enter up to four original works, with most mediums accepted. There is no sculpture, photography, computer-generated prints, or commercial reproductions.


Associate Editor Shannon Hicks can be reached at shannon@thebee.com.

“Tall Ships,” an oil by Ralph Schwartz, is one of the larger works on view in SCAN’s “Color in Winter” Show & Sale. Nearly 75 original works are included in this year's exhibition. —Bee Photo, Hicks
Among the works included in "Color in Winter" are, clockwise from left, “Rhododendrons and Peaches,” an oil by Pamela Dannerman; “Iris and Bud,” an oil by Lynn Welsh; “Lotus,” an oil by Jay Pixley; and “Celebrate Autumn,” an oil by Ruth Newquist. —Bee Photo, Hicks
“Liquid Syrah on the Rhône,” oil, Carmine Palarino. —Bee Photo, Hicks
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