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Bragging Rights for March 2018

#1471 Meditation 5, 3 Circles by Aina Nergaard-Nammack

This column is to share news from Art League members about what they’re up to: exhibits, awards, residencies, and the like. We hope hearing from your peers is inspiring and motivating to you! To submit your own news for the next edition, contact us using this form.

Let’s hear it for …

Paula Stern

Paula’s sculptures will be exhibited at the Chevy Chase Design Center, with an opening reception this Thursday:

Aina Nergaard-Nammack

“My Countries, My Composers” by Aina Nergaard-Nammack is on view at the Biggs Museum of American Art (Dover, DE) through March 25! The artists’s large, abstract paintings interpret the music of composers from the three countries she has lived in: Spain, Norway, and the United States.

Catherine Hess

See Catherine’s work in Cape Cod:

  • March 19–April 20 at Barnstable Town Hall, her oil Ready for Church will be part of “Artists and Muses,” an exhibit of artists who paint figures together at the studio of Paul Schulenberg.
  • April 7–May 29, she will have a solo exhibit of monotypes, “A Singular Vision of the Outer Cape,” at Wellfleet Preservation Hall. Nearly all of these were created at Discover Graphics Atelier at the Torpedo Factory.


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