September 5-November 13, 2014
The word “confluence” can be defined in many ways. Sometimes it refers to the point where two rivers join to become one. Sometimes it refers to a gathering of people or ideas, and sometimes it refers to a situation in which two things happen simultaneously. The Confluence, a social enterprise of Cray Youth and Family Services, embraces all three by acting as a community gathering place on the banks of the Neshannock Creek.
As The Confluence nears its 1st anniversary, it was only fitting that the Hoyt chose the word to inspire the current exhibit At A Confluence in the coffee shop’s gallery. The Hoyt has been managing rotating exhibits in this space since November of 2013. The following local artist were recognized for outstanding works:
First Place: Noele Reynolds
Second Place: Robert Chlosta
Third Place: Dominic Joseph Lynn
Merit Award: Lillian Reynolds Reeher
Merit Award: Carol Scheftic
Merit Award: Cori Surano
Other participating artists include: Robert Balogh, Linda Brink, Pam Chill, Patricia Clark, Karen Craven, Diane Frasso, Kate Turek-Frissora, Nancy Jeffries, Tiffany Kelly, Jere Lillich, Susan Linville, Rick Maro, Sheila Wallace McKayk, Terry Polonsky, and Louis Spadanuta.