Join us on Sunday, November 5, 1:30–3:30 PM for DIAA’s first 2017–2018 winter session of “ART matters 3”, an opportunity for artists to share their work and talk about it with the public. The theme of this program is “DIFFERENT STROKES” and will feature local artists Stephanie Bartron-Miscione, Arlyss Becker and Frederica Marshall.
ABOUT THE ARTISTS:
- Stephanie Bartron-Miscione explains, “Images infused with thought and emotional connection are more interesting to me than photographic accuracy. I want my still life objects to be hyper-realized; with luminous layered colors that glow and voluminous texture-defining details.”
- Arlyss Becker‘s work includes painting, printmaking, handmade paper making, and mixed media art pieces. “I taught art for many years, retired, and now actively pursue art using a wide array of materials and themes,” Becker said. “Deer Isle and Haystack have influenced and inspired me for close to 20 years.”
- Frederica Marshall is a national and international award-winning artist, master sumi-e painter and has a BFA in Western Painting. Her work is a fusion of Asian and Western styles, combining ink, watercolor and airbrush on mulberry paper. She has exhibited in more than 90 group shows and 20 solo shows in the U.S. and Japan.
After artists’ presentations and discussions moderated by Hub White, a reception follows with coffee from 44 North Coffee, tea and cake.
Image: Tao Sky by Frederica Marshall
Deer Isle Artists Association
15 Main Street
Deer Isle, Maine