Barbara Eko Murphy at Crooked Tree

Barbara Eko Murphy at Crooked Tree

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 President Jackie Rybinski (center) with DSWPS members Linda Allen and Lori Zurvalec; paintings by Barbara Clay, Ruth Harvey, and Barbara Carr; sculpture by Janet Kondziela; photo by Dave Hands.

President Jackie Rybinski (center) with DSWPS members Linda Allen and Lori Zurvalec; paintings by Barbara Clay, Ruth Harvey, and Barbara Carr; sculpture by Janet Kondziela; photo by Dave Hands.

Soliloquy at Crooked Tree Art Center, Petoskey

September 17, 2016 – November 19, 2016 (opening reception September 17th, 2016 from 2-4 pm)

Crooked Tree Arts Center, 461 East Mitchell Street, Petoskey, MI 49770    231 347 4337

Click here to view the artwork included in the show.

Soliloquy is an exhibition of recent works by the Detroit Society of Women Painters and Sculptors juried by Hubert Massey that was first on view at the Anton Art Center in Mt. Clemens for the month of June 2016. It includes two and three dimensional works by 35 members of the Society. The juror, a prominent Detroit muralist, said that he “…focused on ideas and creativity, color placement, technical abilities, use of visual ideas, skill, symmetry, and composition.”October 18, 2016, Coffee @ Ten Lecture Series: Jackie Rybinski, DSWPS President, discusses how the Society–founded by Lillian Burk Meeser on February 23, 1903 and one of the oldest self-sustaining women’s art organizations in the United States–paved the way for many female artists through its mission to quicken interest in art movements of the day, stimulate high achievement, active work, and mutual helpfulness among members, and provide encouragement and support for art students.

 

 

 

October 18, 2016, Coffee @ Ten Lecture Series: Jackie Rybinski, DSWPS President, discusses how the Society–founded by Lillian Burk Meeser on February 23, 1903 and one of the oldest self-sustaining women’s art organizations in the United States–paved the way for many female artists through its mission to quicken interest in art movements of the day, stimulate high achievement, active work, and mutual helpfulness among members, and provide encouragement and support for art students.