Locals bring color to Sussex County


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  • Mary Rapuano of Newton, Member of the Board of Directors of Sussex County Arts and Heritage Council.




  • (L-R) Mary Jo Mathias of Byram, Drector of the Sussex Country Arts and Heritage Council, Eileen Fontana and husband Richard formerly from Sparta at the First Annual "Color Your World" Art Auction.




  • The crowd gathers.




  • Artist Liza Smith Simpson of Andover and one of her works made about a scene in Paris.




  • (L-R) Board of Directors member Suzanne Ishee of Vernon, Sussex County Freeholder Dennis Mudrick of Sparta, and Board of Directors member JoAnne Scheidt (wife of Don Scheidt) of Byram.




  • (L-R) Gary Rocks of Ogdensburg, Rick Karabetsos of Newton and Steve Kacmar of Wantage.



The Sussex County Arts and Heritage Council held its first ever Spring Benefit Gala on Saturday, March 29.

Hosted by Project Self Sufficiency, the "Color Your World" benefit art auction featured original art created by the Sussex County Arts and Heritage Council’s community of artists including, professional, award winning, exhibiting and emerging artists. A variety of media represented included oil, watercolor, mixed media and photography.

— Photos by Warren Westura



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