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Chester County Artists Participate in 24th Annual Immacutata University Art Show

The 24th Annual Immaculata University Art Show begins on Friday, February 2, 2007, with a premier ticketed reception from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m., and will run from Saturday, February 3, through Sunday, February 11. Each year, the Art Show features original works by regional, national, and international juried artists. This year´s show will feature many artists from Chester County, including:

Vivi Aharony of Kennett Square works in jewelry
Sr. Trinita Marie Amorosi of Immaculata works in sculpture – alabaster
Judith Antonelli of West Chester works in painting – watermedia
Richard Bollinger of West Chester works in painting – watermedia
Pat Gable Boyer of West Chester works in painting – watermedia
Downe Burns of Exton works in painting – pastel
Susan Calkins of Glenmoore works in collage – mixed media
Christopher Chadwick of Downingtown works in painting – watermedia
Morris Cook of Coatesville works in sculpture – bronze
Valerie Craig of St. Davids works in painting – pastel
Kevin Cummins of Chester Springs works in printmaking – intaglio
Nancy Cunningham of Chadds Ford works in painting – watermedia
Karen D´Allaird of Kennett Square works in painting – pastel
Doris Davis-Glackin of West Chester works in painting – watermedia
Jack Hanson of Valley Forge works in wood – woodturning
Karen Hoepting of Exton works in painting – oil
Joan Hollander of Kennett Square works in painting – pastel
Joseph Hoover of Spring City works in painting – watermedia
Vladan Ignatovic of Exton works in painting – pastel
Heather Judge of Exton works in fiber art
Suzanne Kent of West Chester works in pottery
Linda Killingsworth of Elverson works in drawings – colored pencil
Kathy Kuhl of Pottstown works in drawings – pastel
David Linton of West Chester works in painting – watermedia
Charles Logue of Lincoln University works in sculpture – wood
Kathleen Logue of Lincoln University works in pottery – porcelain
Tom Longacre of Phoenixville works in pottery – stoneware
Mitch Lyons of New London works in printmaking – monoprint
Caroline Mangan of West Chester works in painting – watermedia
Linda McNeil of Exton works in painting – watermedia
Alejandro Mejia of Downingtown works in painting – watermedia
Luis Morales of Paoli works in jewelry – mixed
Maria de Los Morales of Paoli works in painting – oil
Victor Mordasov of West Chester works in painting – pastel
Terri Morse of West Chester works in painting – watermedia
Emilija Pasagic of Exton works in painting – acrylic
Elise Phillips of Elverson works in painting – pastel
Brian Richmond of Chester Springs works in painting – pastel
Janice Ritenuti of Kennett Square works in jewelry – copper
Shela Roberts of Coatesville works in painting – watercolor
Wendy Scheirer of West Chester works in painting – watermedia
Jan Stratton of Oxford works in glass – other
Dane Tilghman of Exton works in painting – acrylic
Ed Vander Noot of West Chester works in painting – pastel
Ellen Vander Noot of West Chester works in painting – pastel
Eric Waugh of Exton works in painting – acrylic
Lin Webber of Glenmoore works in painting – watermedia
Mary Ann Weselyk of Coatesville works in painting – pastel
Genevieve Willis of West Chester works in painting – watercolor

The Immaculata University Art Show will present 150 artists´ works, which will be available for purchase and on display in Alumnae Hall and the Faculty Center on the university´s campus. All proceeds of this event benefit Immaculata University´s programs and scholarship fund.
Admission to the ticketed Preview Reception on February 2, from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. is $50 per person. The general public is invited to view the show free of charge from Saturday, February 3, through Saturday, February 10, from Noon to 8:00 p.m. and on Sundays, February 4, and 11, from Noon to 5:00 p.m.
For more information on the Immaculata University Art Show or to order tickets for the Preview Reception, contact 610-647-4400, ext. 3122 or email at ppanarella@immaculata.edu. Additional information may be found at www.immaculataartshow.com.
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.

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