Chester County Artists Participate in 22nd Annual Immaculata Art Show

The Immaculata University 22nd Annual Art Show will be held from Sunday, February 6 through Sunday, February 13, along with a ticketed premiere on Saturday, February 5. The Art Show will feature many artists from Chester County. The Chester County artists are:
Hyunsoo Han of Atglen works in oil
Susan Bankey Yoder of Atglen works in mixed media
Ethel W. Backenstose of East Fallowfield works in watercolor and oil
Pat Gable Boyer of Elverson works in watercolor
Nancy Cunningham of Chadds Ford works in watercolor
Karl Kuerner of Chadds Ford works in acrylic
Ruth Faunce of Chester Springs works in watercolor
Markels Lorini of Chester Springs works in jewelry
Joan Gale of Coatesville works in pottery
Pam McKee of Coatesville works in watercolor
Shela Roberts of Coatesville works in pastel
Mary Ann Weselyk of Coatesville works in oil and acrylic
Christopher Chadwick of Downingtown works in watercolor
Michael McKee of Downingtown works in oil
Jeff Schaller of Downingtown works in encaustic
Linda Killingsworth of Elverson works in colored pencil
Elise Phillips of Elverson works in oil
Susan Styler of Elverson works in mixed media
Dane Tilghman of Exton works in acrylic
Connie Grove of Frasier works in acrylic
Lin Webber of Glenmoore works in watercolor
Sister Trinita Marie Amorosi, IHM of Immaculata works with sculpture
Joan Hollander of Kennett Square works in oil
Maryjean Willet of Kennett Square works in watercolor
Debbie Kuhn of Malvern works in watercolor and oil
Barbara Michel of Malvern works in watercolor
Jan Stratton of Oxford works in stained glass
Maria de Los Angeles Morales of Paoli works in mixed media
Heather Hedin Peacock of Paoli works in acrylic
Alexis Grilli of Parkesburg works with acrylic
Bonnie Grilli of Parkesburg works with paint on wood
Jessica Turgoose of Parkesburg works in pastel
The Immaculata University Art Show features the original works of over 200 regional, national, and international professional juried artists whose works will be for sale and on display throughout the university´s Alumnae Hall. All proceeds from the Art Show will benefit university programs and provide student scholarships.
An opening preview reception will be held on Saturday, February 5, from 6:00-9:00 p.m. Admission to the reception is $50 per person. Anyone wishing to make reservations should call 610-647-4400, ext. 3126. For more information on the Art Show, visit www.immaculataartshow.com.
The exhibit and sale will continue, free of charge, from Sunday, February 6 through Sunday, February 13. The hours are noon to 8:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday and noon to 5:00 p.m. on Sundays.
Immaculata University, a Catholic, coeducational institution, is located 20 miles west of Philadelphia, south of the intersection of routes 30 and 352, between Paoli and Exton.
z:word=release: Artists from Chester County #66
(1.3.05)

Author:

Share This Post On