Amy Schott’s Twisted in Color won best in show at the Rowayton Arts Center’s Beyond Brushwork exhibition on Feb. 11. The work was created from tiny pieces of packaging materials. The show judge, Laura G. Einstein, principal of LGE Fine Art Consulting. said, ‘Without a doubt, Amy Schott’s masterful use of thin colorful strips creates a composition that decisively communicates what it means to be beyond brushwork.’ The show, which includes works in digital art, mixed media, drawings, and prints, closes Feb. 24. The center’s gallery is at 145 Rowayton Avenue. Information: rowaytonarts.org.