The SAA Members Show is now on display at the Scituate Library Gallery through Monday, August 21. From there, the award-winning works will go on display in the SAA’s Front Street Art Gallery window.

The award winners were selected by SAA artist and teacher, Mary LoPiccolo. First place went to Donna Goes for a mixed media work, “Boston Light,” which used an original technique created with stitched and painted plastic bags. The second-place award was given to Dana Barunas for her pastel, “Illuminated,” described by LoPiccolo as “a gorgeous abstraction.” Linda Bornstein’s “Truro Dunes,” done with acrylic, received the third-place award for its “simple and expressive capture of the light and color on the dunes of the bayside coast.”

Three Honorable mentions went to Paul Carley’s “Fresh Fish Dinner,” Candace Clark’s “Flow” and Joan McSweeney’s “Anhinga.”
The seven award-winning works will be shown in the Front Street Gallery window from Wednesday, August 23, through Sunday, September 17.

Donna Goes, Boston Light

Linda Bornstein, Truro Dunes

Dana Baruna, Illuminated