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Winchester Artists Network returns to library with May exhibit

The Winchester Public Library is hosting a new exhibit in May by the Winchester Artists Network. COURTESY PHOTO/WINCHESTER ARTISTS NETWORK

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The following was submitted by the Winchester Artists Network:

Winchester Artists Network returns to the annual member show at the library after a hiatus since March 2020 when the WAN show was cut short due to the pandemic. Artists are pleased to be back and share their work with the community.

May’s exhibition features a variety of talented artists from Winchester and beyond. The artwork on view includes oil paintings, watercolors, acrylic paintings, collage, pastels, photography, textile art, ceramics, and mixed media work.

Part of the exhibit by the Winchester Artists Network at the Winchester Public Library throughout May. COURTESY PHOTO/WINCHESTER ARTISTS NETWORK

Participating artists: Theodore Cantrell, Ellen Carlisle, Diane Rubino Davies, David Feigenbaum, Trish Gannon, Mary Grassi, Mary Hummon, David Hummon, Kristine Kamikawa, Carol K. Keller, Denise Konicek, Carolyn Latanision, Carolyn Swett Leaf, Ruth Lieberherr, John McConnell, Deb O’Brien, Carolyn Sirois, Jay Sullivan, Martina Werner, John M. Williams, Meg Steele Wingerath, and Kiyomi Yatsuhashi.

For inquiries about purchasing artwork directly from each artist, please refer to the WAN Exhibit lists kept at the Circulation desk and the Glass display case.

Winchester Artists’ Network (WAN) was founded in 1999 to establish a working forum for local artists in our community. 

As an organization, and with the support of the Winchester Friends of Art, WAN promotes the increased presence of art in our community through exhibitions, education and excellence in the visual arts. 

Establishing connections among artists, educators, businesses, and community services remains our main goal.

To learn more about the Winchester Artists Network, visit their website.


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