Monthly Archives: March 2013

Judy Kelly in Harrisburg Magazine

Robots2012_003Our congratulations go out to M & M member, Judy Kelly who was recently featured in the Gallery Space section of the March, 2013 issue of Harrisburg Magazine. Judy, aka “Robot Girl” was interviewed by Scott Campbell for her whimsical assemblages that resemble miniature robots. Judy is a charter member of the Mixed Media Art Group and exhibits her work regularly with the group.

You can read the online article by clicking here and see more of Judy’s robot assemblages on the Mixed Media Art Group website.

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M & M Exhibit at PA State Capitol Building

Capitol-front-viewLargeThe M & M Mixed Media Art Group recently installed an exhibit of member’s paintings and photography in the East Wing Rotunda of the Pennsylvania State Capitol building in Harrisburg, PA. The exhibit will hang through the end of March and includes the following artists and photographers: Ann Lawson, Doug Tomlinson, Linda Benton McCloskey, Bob McCloskey, Susan Darling, Tina Berrier, Lynn Kennedy-Putt, Mary Kandray Gelenser, Sue Blosser, Catherine Stone, Judy Kelly, Elaine Brady Smith, Joanne Finkle, Rick Snizik, Joan Maguire, and Christine Goldbeck.

The central lobby of the East Wing of the Capitol is open to the public Monday through Friday 7:00 AM to 6:00 PM.

Stop by and see the talent presented by these amazing artists! For more information about the Mixed Media Art Group, visit our website by clicking here, or find us on FaceBook at https://www.facebook.com/MixedMediaArtGroup

Tina Berrier at Metropolis Collective

Holi by Tina BerrierM & M member, Tina Berrier will be showing her work at the Metropolis Collective, 17 West Main St., Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania 17055. The show “HOMEGROWN” opens this Friday night March 1st, from 6-10pm. Come see the contemporary art of your friends and neighbors featuring the over more than 50 Pennsylvania artists!

The Metropolis Collective features works created by artists who were born in or currently reside in Pennsylvania. The exhibit represents a long list of under represented, emerging, and established artists from across the state. The show offers a diverse look into the contemporary art community within Pennsylvania and the art that is being created in our own “backyard” by our “neighbors” using a wide variety of mediums and styles.

You can view more of Tina’s work on the Mixed Media Art Group website by clicking here.