Sunday, June 2, 2013

Daily Painters of Pennsylvania Exhibiting at PA Capitol

HARRISBURG - The Daily Painters of Pennsylvania 4th Annual Capitol East Wing Rotunda Exhibit opens June 3 and will remain throughout the month. 

Following the Capitol exhibition, the DPP travels to Brath &Hughes Fine Art Gallery in Mechanicsburg for a July exhibition and First Friday celebration.

Founded by Mary Beth Brath, the DPP is dedicated to promoting the work of Pennsylvania artists. Membership is juried. In recent months, member artists have shown in New York City, Scottsdale, and throughout their home state as a group and as individual artists.

“The Capitol exhibit is special for us because it has developed a following of collectors and visitors,”Brath said. “Our artists are grateful for this enthusiasm and support and we always look forward to this exhibit.”

DPP members work in many mediums and paint all kinds of subjects. From traditional oil paintings of still life scenes to contemporary abstracts in encaustic, to mixed media work, the DPP painters represent many interests and styles. Brath said this diversity of style and subject is part of the charm of the group.

“We are as diverse in our painting lives as we are in our personal worlds. But, we are united as working artists of the Keystone State,” Brath noted. She pointed out that the members live and work in all areas of the state and bringing them together to exhibit in Central Pennsylvania is always a fun adventure for the group because some of the painters have never met face-to-face.

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Julie Riker said...

Thanks Christine for posting this and many thanks to Mary Beth for everything she does for this group.

Debra Kreiger said...

We have a wonderful talented group! I'm very thankful to be a part of the Daily Painters of Pennsylvania. Thank you Christine and Mary Beth and all who helped to hang the show and much more.

Mary Beth Brath said...

Thank you Christine for writing the press release. The exhibit was hung with great success today in the Rotunda. We have 47 pieces this year...almost excactly the same number as last year (48). The work is exceptional. The team included Julie Riker, Charlotte Yealey, Larry Lerew, Sharon Benner, Brownyn Hughes, Christine Goldbeck, Phillip Brath and myself. Photos and more details to come. Charlotte took pictures.

Sue Marrazzo said...

Thank you for this opportunity Mary Beth!
Also, to all the DPP members for their support.