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Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Aubree Ross, Clemson University Art Department MFA Alumna, in FALC 19th Annual Juried Exhibition

Avalon, Aubree Ross
The Fine Arts League has included the photography of Aubree Ross's (CU MFA- photography, 2013) in their juried exhibition. The show will be at the Page Walker House in Cary, NC and will be open from March 26 to April 21.  The award ceremony will be held at the Page Walker House on the 30th of March from 2pm-4pm.

The juror for this exhibition is Dr. Beth Mulvaney, professor of Art, Art Historian, and Department Head, Meredith College, Raleigh, North Carolina. She has juried various art exhibitions across the United States and is a highly regarded member of the art community.

A specialist in Italian late Medieval and early Renaissance art, Professor Mulvaney is fond of nearly all periods of art, including modern and contemporary. She has participated as a fellow in two NEH seminars, both of which have resulted in two rich avenues of research.  The study of Franciscan art and architecture, particularly that at San Francesco in Assisi, has occupied her for several years and resulted in numerous conference presentations, several essays in books, and her work as an editor of one published volume of essays focused on St. Francis of Assisi and a second one that is in process. Building on her Franciscan research she began a new focus in Venice on working on Clarissan (Franciscan) nuns’ patronage at Santa Maria dei Miracoli and the convent once adjoined to the church. In February, 2013 she was selected to give the J. Bernard Schultz Endowed Lecture in Art History at West Virginia State University on this current research.

FALC 19th Annual Juried Art Exhibition
FALC Treasurer
P.O. Box 3361
Cary, NC 27519-3361

The Fine Arts League of Cary (FALC), which was established in 1993, is a visual arts group of over 200 members including painters, sculptors, photographers and all others engaged in producing visual art as well as those wishing to support these endeavors. Although its home base is in Cary, NC, the FALC membership includes, and is open to, professional, non-professional and emerging artists as well as supporters of the visual arts from any location.

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