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Juried show ends on weekend

The annual juried show of the Guelph Creative Arts Association is on display at the Guelph Civic Museum until Saturday Nov. 24.
Works by 35 emerging and established area artists who are members of the association are being shown, including the prize winners announced Nov. 17. This year’s juror was Dawn Owen, curator of contemporary art at the Macdonald Stewart Art Centre, a news release said.
First prize this year went to Marlene Jofriet, who works in acrylic paints. Second prize went to Ginette Duhamel for her photography, and third prize went to Kathryn Finora for an encaustic piece. Three honourable mentions, also announced Saturday, went to K. C. Hornsby (photography), Jim Houston (balsa acrylic) and Irene Kunehgyi (textured acrylic).
The Guelph Creative Arts Association was started in 1948 as an association of existing art and craft guilds. It operates the Guelph Artisans’ Store in Old Quebec Street, where many members of the association show and sell their art and crafts on a permanent basis.
For more information about the association, call 519-829-3792 or email

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