Beverly Schirmeier Featured Artist At The Artist View Gallery In Madison

Opening day is Sept. 9, 2012 from 2 to 4 p.m.


The Artist View Gallery and Learning Center in Madison welcomes Westbrook artist, Beverly Schirmeier, who is their featured artist for the month of September. Her solo show of New England landscapes and still life oil and pastel paintings will be on display.

The opening day reception is Sunday, September 9, 2012 from 2 - 4 p.m. and the public is welcome to attend and enjoy the reception and to view her paintings. The gallery is open to see the art work Wednesday through Saturday from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m.

The Artist View is located 25 Boston Post Road (Route One) , Madison, Ct 06443.

Beverly earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree at Wayne State University and worked towards a Master of Fine Arts in Italy and is a alumni of the Lyme Art Academy.

She has further advanced her talents through numerous workshops and classes at the Lyme Art Association and studying with with artists such as Joanne Ballinger, Chris Ivers, Hoilis Dunlop, John Stobart, Kathy Anderson, Karen Winslow, Dianne Aeschilman, Lou Bonamarte, Laurel Friedman and many more.

She holds memberships in the Lyme, Guilford, Ct Pastel Society, East Hampton Art Association, Connecticut Plein Air Painters, and Clinton Art Societies, and has held the positions of President and Chairperson of the Madison Art Society in the past. Currently, she is the President of the Madison Art Society.

Her paintings include subjects such as New England landscapes and still lifes. All of the work was done en plein air” outdoors on location. She has earned juror awards at the Madison Art Society and the Clinton Art Society Juried Shows and first place in the Old Saybrook Estuary Calendar juried event.

Beverly's artwork has been exhibited in galleries, public buildings, and in collaboration with other artists and in one-man shows. Her work resides in numerous collections and can be seen in regional art club shows and various other artistic venues along the shoreline.

Contact the artist directly at (860) 399‑6116 or bschirmeier@yahoo.com.


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