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Gallery Information:

Each month, the Penn State New Kensington Art Gallery features the multi-media works of local and regional artists. A reception to meet the artist complements each show. The exhibits and receptions are free to the public.

Monthly Art Exhibits 2014

OCTOBER: Marci Evancho Mason

Gallery Hours:

Monday - Friday:  8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Saturday - Sunday:  Noon - 5:00 p.m.

Gallery Location:

115 Administration Building (campus map)
Penn State New Kensington
3550 Seventh Street Road
New Kensington, PA  15068

Take a panoramic look at the Art Gallery space, courtesy of the Virtual Campus Tour

Gallery Director: 

Tina Sluss, 724-334-6056, tms57@psu.edu

Information:
Call 724-334-6056

Photo:
"Fall" by Bud Gibbons

 

 
marci Evancho Mason

CURRENT EXHIBIT

Watercolorist Marci Evancho Mason
"I Came...I Saw...I Painted X"

“As my eyes wander from the sky to the ground below, my mind is racing thinking of the projected colors. The melted colors of watercolor are by far my favorite.”
-- Marci Evancho Mason

Artist Marci Evancho Mason brings color alive with a solo exhibit in the Penn State New Kensington Art Gallery. The show runs until Oct. 27.An artist with a natural gift, Mason works in watercolors, her preferred medium. The show, "I Came...I Saw...I Painted X", features original paintings of a variety of subjects. She works from photographs given to her by friends and relatives. The X in the title represents her 10th solo exhibit.

“I began my artistry at a young age and formally and informally studied throughout the years,” said Mason, a member of the Pittsburgh Watercolor Society. “My chosen field was not in art although I always enjoyed drawing, painting and crafts as a hobby.”

A resident of Turtle Creek, Pennsylvania, Mason’s exhibits have garnered a palette of awards, including the Eat n' Park Golden Sable for watercolor excellence and numerous Best of Show ribbons. Her commissioned paintings hang in corporate and private collections locally and nationally.

Mason teaches art at Trinity Christian School, and adult watercolor classes in Monroeville, Regent Square, Turtle Creek, Penn-Trafford, Verona and Latrobe. In addition, she coaches private students and is a part-time dental assistant.

The exhibit is free to the public. The gallery is open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. weekdays and noon to 5 p.m. weekends.

For more information, call 724-334-6032.

For photos of the exhibit, visit http://psnk.smugmug.com/ 

PHOTO: Marci Evancho Mason's "Jazzman"