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A painting by Chris Fayad. It is a watercolor
16 in. by 20 in. of a baby in Kenya where Chris
lived for a time. Chris is a considerable talent
as a watercolorist, but unfortunately will not be
able to see this exhibit as she is in the terminal
cancer ward at Strong Memorial Hospital.
SUBMITTED by Larry Ann Evans (2-Aug-2011)

Through the last three centuries Wayne County has produced many incredible artists. So many that it led the Wayne County Council for the Arts and the Wayne County Historical Society to host the exhibit “Then & Now: 3 Centuries of Art” in both of their venues as a dual exhibit.

The Museum of Wayne County History will concentrate on artists from the late 1800’s to the 1940’s and the Wayne County Council for the Arts will concentrate on artists from 1940’s to the present day.

Among those to be featured at the Museum will be Emma Rice Rudd (1852-1930), Seth Cole (1892-1903), Phyllis Graff (1907-1989), and Ann Collins (1916-1999). Artists to be featured at the Wayne County Council for the Arts are Richard Hawver, Richard Ware, Owen Hughes, Helen Santelli, Debra Teska, and Wayne Williams among others.The Wayne County Council for the Arts and the Museum of Wayne County History hope to stimulate you visually in this upcoming dual exhibit.



A pencil drawing by Seth Cole.
Each location will have a preview party:

August 25, 2011 at 7pm
Museum of Wayne County History
21 Butternut St, Lyons, NY 14489
Featured Speaker Wayne Williams
(Exhibit closes November 19)

September 2, 2011 from 5-7pm
Wayne County Council for the Arts
108 West Miller St., Newark, NY 14513
www.waynearts.wordpress.com
315 331 4593
(Show closes October 22)

For more information about this event call either the Museum of Wayne County History or the Wayne County Council for the Arts.

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