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'Spring Showcase' 41st Annual Larchmont - Mamaroneck Senior Center Art Exhibit to Open May 2

The Larchmont Public Library presents the 41st annual exhibit of artworks by art students at the Larchmont-Mamaroneck Senior Center entitled “Spring Showcase”. The exhibit will be open in the Oresman Gallery on Friday, May 2nd and will remain on display through Friday, May 30th. The exhibit is free and open to everyone during normal library hours. The group will host a reception on Saturday, May 10, from 2:30 to 4:00pm. The reception is also free and open to all.

 

The exhibit, featuring the works of seniors attending the art class led by artist and instructor Patricia Sutherland, will include artworks from every medium including oils, watercolor, acrylic, pastels and graphic pencil. The exhibit will feature art by Barbara Datino,  Eligia Dundee, Angela Forenza, Marie Imperioli, Stella Lasker, Norma Manno-Luther, Varsha Mehta, Margaret Pellicano, Norma Perciasepe, Robert Polstein, Terry Price, Robert Reid, Ruth Rutchik, Ann Nardozzi, Barbara Girardi,  Barbara Fix, Soledad Sambrano, Vincenzo Sperandio, Irene Wielgus, Geoffrey Weiner, Kay McCarrick and Jesse Seligson. All of the art on display will be for sale.

 

Artist and Instructor, Patricia Minor-Sutherland, has been teaching the art class at the Larchmont-Mamaroneck Senior Center for all 41 years. She is a full-time artist and has had her paintings exhibited in the Museum of Colorado, Medici Center for the Arts in Philadelphia, The Kentucky Derby Museum in Louisville, KY, the Biennial Invitational Museum of Contemporary Art in New York and many others. She is a founding member of the Reilly League of Artists in White Plains, NY.




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