RAC 2023 Signature Member Spring Exhibit Now Open!

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The Rochester Art Club 2023 Signature Members Spring Art Exhibition opens on Tuesday, April 4, with an awards ceremony and reception on Saturday, April 8, from 2 to 4 PM. The show runs through May 18 at The Mill Art Center & Gallery, 61 N Main St, Honeoye Falls, NY 14472. Thirty-four signature members are participating in the show, with 66 works accepted for the exhibit from 112 submitted.
The annual exhibition is a juried show open only to Rochester Art Club Signature members. Most of the work in the exhibit is available for purchase. The Rochester Art Club was established in 1877 and is the second oldest active art organization in the United States.
Liz Haywood-Sullivan, PSA-MP, IAPS/EP, performed jurying for selection and awards. She has worked exclusively in the pastel medium since 1996. She is a sought-after instructor and judge for pastel societies and arts organizations worldwide. Liz authored the popular book Painting Brilliant Skies and Water in Pastel (Northlight, 2013). Her award-winning pastel paintings have been featured in numerous books and magazine articles and have appeared in national, international, and museum exhibitions worldwide. Currently living in Massachusetts, Liz grew up in Pittsford and graduated from RIT.
Hours at The Mill Art Center & Gallery are 10 AM to 3 PM Tuesday and Thursday and by appointment on the weekend. (585)230-7232

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Featured Artist : Steven Peet, Artist / Architect

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Human environments

Steven has always used art to try to understand the world around him.  Now focusing on painting, a common theme of his work explores how people manipulate the environment to suit their needs, and how that built environment then manipulates them, calling into question the relationship between maker and product.  He’s particularly drawn to the seemingly mundane and commonplace elements of daily life.  Steven will be taking a short break from his role as an architect at SWBR to participate in an artist residency program in Kyoto, Japan in the spring of ‘23.


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