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Port Chester Council For The Arts Presents ART10573

Painting by Brigitte Lortiz. Photo Credit: Contributed
Chrtistine Teter's artwork. Photo Credit: Contributed
Painting by Kate Moran. Photo Credit: Contributed
Daniel Aranda's artwork. Photo Credit: Contributed
April Dessereau's "Enid Haupt Conservatory." Photo Credit: Contributed
Paul Rively Jr.'s artwork. Photo Credit: Contributed

PORT CHESTER, N.Y. -- The Port Chester Council for the Arts presents the fourth annual ART10573, featuring the work of 12 visual artists connected to Port Chester and Rye Brook.

This fine-art exhibition will take place Sunday, Oct. 5, at Crawford Park Mansion, 122 N. Ridge St., Rye Brook, from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Admission is free and open to the public.  The participating artists will present work in a variety of mediums, including watercolor, oil, acrylic, photography, graphite, charcoal and mixed media. All have a tie to one of the 10573 communities, whether they grew up in Rye town or currently live, work or volunteer here.  This year’s displaying artists include Port Chester residents Daniel Aranda, April Dessereau, Brigitte Loritz, Iris Orlovitz, Paul M. Rively Jr., Christine Morgan Teter and Mario Vega; and Greenwich, Conn., residents Marcos Bortolotto, Kate Moran, Carole Nelson, Steve Pica and Robert Weinberg. Joan Morenstein and Donna Cribari will provide musical accompaniment throughout the day.  An hourly raffle will feature small pieces donated by each artist, with proceeds going to the scholarship fund for the summer arts camp sponsored by the Port Chester Council for the Arts.  For more information, call the council office at 914-939-3183, or visit the PCCFA’s Facebook page, .

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