A graphite drawing by Eddie Nino of Norwalk was judged Best in Show in "Expressions 2011," a juried all-media exhibit at the Rowayton Arts Center Gallery. The juror, who chose 55 artworks from 91 entries and selected the winners, was Anne Marie Stuelpnagel. She is the director of exhibitions at the Bruce Museum in Greenwich. Cash awards totaling $1,500 were presented.

The exhibit is on display from noon to 5 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays and 1 to 4 p.m. Sundays at the gallery, at 145 Rowayton Ave. Admission is free. It continues through Sunday, March 27.

Other prize winners by category are: Acrylic: first – Edith McClean of Rowayton, second – Susan Frey of Stamford; Mixed Media: first — Richard Ventre of Norwalk, second – Amy Schott of Wilton, third – Dana Laird of Rowayton; Oil: first – Kathryn Glover of Norwalk, second – Kerwin Mayers of Goshen, third – Linda George of Darien; Pastels and Drawings: first – Janine Brown of Fairfield, second — Janice Bielawa of Woodbury, honorable mention – Carol Burt  of Stamford; Photography: first Pierre Lahaussois of Rowayton, second – Terry Spring of New Canaan; Print: honorable mention – Lisa Black of Fairfield; Sculpture: first – Mary Ellen Pastore of Norwalk; Watercolor: first – Ellen Gordon of Stamford, second – Marianne Rothballer of New Canaan, third – Wendy Pieper of Westport.

Founded in 1960, the Rowayton Arts Center is a nonprofit organization whose purpose is to exhibit the work of creative people in the area, offer classes for artists of all levels, serve as a community cultural center and create an environment for the exchange of arts-related ideas. The center offers classes for adults and children throughout the year. For information, call 4.

When was the last time you visited the Rowayton Arts Center? What types of exhibits do you enjoy?