NORWALK, Conn. Eight artists have been voted into the Rowayton Arts Center as exhibiting members, according to a statement. Each submitted three works for review by the Artist Selection Committee, which meets in January, May and September. There were 17 applicants.
The new exhibitors are, from left, standing: Mell Boesch of Norwalk, a monotype artist; Paul Fernandez-Carol of Norwalk, a pen and ink artist; Mary Elizabeth Peterson of Westport, who works in mixed media; and Holly Griffith of Stamford, who works in acrylic and charcoal. From left, sitting, are Susan Brady of Norwalk, an oil painter; Elizabeth Nagle of New Canaan, a mixed media artist; and Yuko Ike of Darien, who works with ink.
Cynthia Mazzaferro of Cheshire, a colored pencil artist, was not present for the photo.
The Rowayton Arts Center, a nonprofit organization founded in 1960, has regular exhibits and classes for all leves of artists. It is located on the File Milve River at 145 Rowayton Ave. in Norwalk. For information, visit the website or call 203-866-2744.
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