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2017 Art Shows

Summer fair, Cincinnati, old Coney Island

June 2,3,4  F 2-8, Sat 10-8, Sun 10-5

Hinsdale,Il. On the Square

June 10,11  10-5

Boston Mills June 23,24,25

F 6-9, Sat 10-6, Sun10-5

Carmel International Art Fair, Carmel, IN

Maine St Old Downtown 9/23-9/24  9-5

Woodland Art , Lexington, KY

Aug 19/20  10 -6, 10-5

Lake Forest,Il. Art On The Square

Sep. 3/4 time to be determined

COMMON GROUNDS ART FAIR, Birmingham, Mi

9/6, 9/7  10-6, 10-5.

EVENING OF ART AND WINE, Holman Center, Terre Haute, IN

Sat April 22, 7:30-10:30

St James, Louisville, KY (4th street)

Oct. 6,7 8  9-5 each day

 

 

ART SHOWS FOR 2017

Summer fair June 2,3,4 at Coney times:

Boston Mills June 23,24,25  Peninsula, OH times:

Lake Forest ART ON THE SQUARE Sept 3,4 

Birmingham, MI Common Grounds Art Fair Sep 16,17 times:

Woodland Lexington, KY Aug 19,20 times: 

Hinsdale, IL. Art in the Square  June 10,11 time: 10-5

Evening of Arts , Terrence Haute , I N.

 

AWARDS

117th Anual Exhibit at the Richmond Art Museum, Richmond, IN. 

The Sarah and John Lechletter Best of Show Award ($2500.00) to Bruce Allan Neville for “VICTORIAN SHADOWS” watercolor

Purchace award of” VICTORIAN SHAWOWS” watercolor to Mr and Mrs. Tom Albers od Richmond, IN.

RAM All Watercolor Exibit

watercolor-exhibition-announcementThis exhibition will be the highlight of my career in the art world. I will have all the details coming up the end of December. I would like to give some background and my deep feelings as an artist. Raised near Providence, Rhode Island and a mother that took me to historic places, museums, in places where  our country’s roots began. I witnessed people of everyday life and the wonderful neighborhoods of N.E. I lived and schooled in Boston and then took the leap to study architecture at the University of Cincinnati. Many courses in art education at UC and after design for forty years I made the decision to take on my preference to paint in watercolor on a full time basis. Deep down I always wanted to be a painter. After closing down my firm I then got serious about being a painter.

I began teaching and the classes have grown to four classes each week. The teaching and working the art fairs and being associated with professional organizations has broadened my recognition as a painter. The upcoming show at the RAM starting January 25 through March 21,2015 will consist of twelve artist from Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky. Shaun Dingwerth, director, has asked me to teach a workshop on Saturday March 21. All the details will follow this month from RAM and I will pass them along when received.

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