Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Madison Art Society announces Town Hall Artists for May and June

During the months of May and June the Madison Art Society will feature  the works of Marlene Sicuranza and Nancy A. Chapman at the Madison Town Hall Campus in Madison, Connecticut. Each artist will display at least six pieces of  work. 

Marlene Sicuranza
Marlene Sicuranza, of Westbrook, is a member of the Clinton Art Society, the Essex Art Society, and an elected member of the Madison Art Society. As a young artist she studied oil painting with Bissell Phelps Smith and years later her interest turned to watercolor while she was a student at the Old Lyme Art Academy in the late
Bouquet of Flowers, Watercolor
Fifteen years ago Marlene began studying the medium once again with well known artists Jessie Hull Mayer, Lou Bonamarte and more recently, Robert Noreika.

Nancy A. Chapman
Nancy A. Chapman enjoys working in the drawing mediums of pastel, acrylic, colored pencil and watercolor. All things outdoors in the natural world are inspirations for her work.The ocean's power and motion and the fleeting light as the moment's pass on the landscape are her challenge. 
Spindrift, acrylic
Nancy prefers working in a small scale as most of her work is in the range of 12' x 6" or smaller. She is self taught with the exception of instruction by pastel artist Judith Geith and is a member of the Madison Art Society and the Guilford Art League.

Contact information: Marge Casey 203-458-8555

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