Tuesday, November 24, 2020

Art of Steve Malinchoc and William Moseley

 

 

7William-Moseley-landscape-2Marco Island Center for the Arts announced today its March exhibit will feature the Art of Steve Malinchoc. Unlike most of the Art Center exhibitions that feature multiple artists in the main galleries, Malinchoc’s personal collection is so extensive that the Center chose to adorn both Lauritzen and Rush Galleries for what will be Malinchoc’s first ever exhibition.

“Steve’s art should not be missed,” according to Executive Director for the Center, Hyla Crane. Crane continued, “His work is enticing, engaging and quite unlike what we usually see at the Art Center.”

Also, in the La Petit Gallery, the Center will feature

 

 

William Moseley, in oil, pastel and watercolor. Moseley was not always a paint and brush artist. After graduating from Virginia Tech School in 1951, Moseley worked as an architect until leaving his Richmond-based firm in 1990. After retiring from his first career, he turned his attention to art instead and studying with a number of famous artists.

The Center will have an opening reception on Tuesday, March 10, 2015 from 5:30 P.M. to 7:30 P.M. and the public is invited. The exhibits will on display the entire month of March.

For further information concerning the exhibits or Marco Island Center for the Arts activities, classes, and upcoming exhibits, please visit www.marcoislandart.org.

 

 

 

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