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MFA Members and Exhibitions
MFA Member Marianne DiBrino is an exhibition finalist in Fusion Art’s 4th Annual Women Artists International Art Exhibition with her painting, Under Cover. The show can be viewed online on Fusion Art’s website through February 14, 2022, here.
MFA Member Chris Fowler has now added the D’Art Center in Norfolk, VA, and the District Arts Gallery in Frederick, MD, to the list of venues his work has appeared in. His work My David Hockney and Hommage a Monet, are featured in D’Art Center. The District Arts Gallery features his artwork, From the Grain Field. His work, The Bedroom on the Island, won a juror’s choice award at the Hanover (PA) Area Arts Guild’s Fall Member Show.
MFA Member Richard Weiblinger has work featured in the following three galleries. Celebrating Wildlife is presented by The City of Gaithersburg, an art exhibit featuring beautiful fauna ranging from tiny insects to some of the largest creatures on earth. The exhibit is on display now through January 30, 2022, at the Activity Center at Bohrer Park.
Prince George’s Arts and Humanities Council (PGAHC) features artwork by local artists in “Arts’tination” – their newest art space dedicated to supporting local artists and curating immersive creative experiences – located at 162 Waterfront Street, National Harbor, MD.
Hear from MFA Member Jayne Shatz,
“HI CERAMIC ENTHUSIASTS
I have recently published a new article with Ceramic Arts & Perspectives/Technical. The article showcases the new techniques I am using with my work. I was a glaze specialist, in a field that loves and relies upon glazes, however, as with all art, accepting the unfamiliar creates growth. Now I don’t use glazes at all but rather I apply acrylic patinas to my forms. In this article, I will share my technique of applying acrylic patinas on ceramic ware. you can read the article on my webpage here.
For further interest, you can watch a video on my YouTube channel on the process here.“
MFA Member Jim Mackey has three wooden totems in the show, A Joyful Noise of Color. Located at The Penny Gallery at the Pond, 32 West Pomfret Street, Carlisle, PA 17013. To learn more call 717-245-0382 or check here.