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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 21, 2014
CONTACT: George Broderick, 1318 Commerce Avenue, Longview, WA 98632
Ph: 503-703-5188 firstname.lastname@example.org
ART EXHIBIT NAME: A Year in Paint (Sweetman and Bergin two woman show)
Broderick Gallery announces that Quin Sweetman and Celeste Bergin will have a two-woman show entitled A Year in Paint opening at the Broderick Gallery on November 6, 2014.
Both Sweetman and Bergin are Pacific Northwest artists who work mostly from life and direct observation. A Year in Paint represents key paintings completed during the past twelve months. Many of the selected paintings were completed “en plein air” (outdoors, in the manner of the French Impressionists, often in one sitting). Interiors, figures, still life and some studio work will also be included in A Year in Paint.
Sweetman and Bergin are acclaimed artists with a breadth of experiences and tributes between them. Quin Sweetman is an award winning oil painter whose work has been shown in numerous exhibitions including CW Lofts Minneapolis, Walters Cultural Art Center and the People’s Art Gallery among others. Celeste Bergin’s recent professional achievements include Curator for the Pacific NW Plein Air Competition 2014 and invited artist in Portland Art Museum's Paris in the Park event. She has won many awards and shown work in over 100 exhibitions including the Columbia Art Gallery, the Pittock Mansion, Portland City Hall and numerous galleries.
RECEPTION(S): First Thursday, November 6, 6-8pm
Artist’s Reception, Sunday, November 9, 1-6pm
The public is invited.
OVERALL ART EXHIBIT DATES: November 6-December 4, 2014
LOCATION: Broderick Gallery 1318 Commerce Avenue, Longview WA, 98632
Gallery hours: Tues. thru Sat. from 10am to 5pm and by appointment.
About Broderick Gallery:
The Broderick Gallery is geared toward an interdisciplinary interpretation of art and committed to a culturally inclusive viewpoint. Exhibitions focus on international, national and regional art developments chiefly in the 20th century and seek to present the cultural and historical context of art. Hours are Tues. thru Sat. from 10 to 5 and by appointment. For more about the gallery and its artists, please see http://broderickgallery.blogspot.com/ or www.broderickgallery.com or call George Broderick, 503-703-5188