Reception: Elizabeth Ann McNally Art Show
Saturday September 15, 2018
1:00 PM until 3:00 PM
Reception open to the public.
Elizabeth Ann McNally is an artist and printmaker residing in New Britain Connecticut. She chooses to work in both narrative and nonrepresentational content. Key elements in her narrative work are animals, humor, and the graphic use of line. In her nonrepresentational art, color, line, pattern and the properties of the material and medium, are the sole focus of compositions. Elizabeth has a bachelor’s of fine arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) with a focus in drawing and printmaking. After graduation, her work was chosen to represent SAIC in admissions slide shows and on the SAIC website. She has work in the collection of the Children’s Library at the Chicago Field Museum and in the UConn Hospital art collection. She has won numerous awards in juried shows as well as recognition for her solo shows. Elizabeth and her first solo show, “Playful,” in the Barnes Franklin Gallery, was featured in the Greater Hartford Arts Council’s blog, “Artists Spotlight”. In 2018, Elizabeth and her exhibit, “Do Not Feed the Animals!” at the Fisher Gallery was a featured article in the Hartford Courant. More information on Elizabeth available here.
Location: Hoppin Gallery at Barney
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