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Marguerite Page Fox '61 exhibited photographs in Further Reflections at David Simpson Gallery in Hunt Valley, MD.
Margaret Walsh Huddy '61 exhibited at the Dennis and Phillip Ratner Museum, Bethesda, MD. She was honored with the Leadership in the Arts award from her alma mater, Gwynedd Mercy Academy.
Gail Bracegirdle '65 had five paintings selected for Savor, the annual fundraiser for New Hope Arts, New Hope, PA. Bracegirdle also exhibited in the 17th Annual Holiday Exhibition: The 18 Artists of Artists’ Gallery, Lambertville, NJ, and in Lyrical, a group show celebrating poem and song through fine arts, also at Artists’ Gallery. Bracegirdle was interviewed by the Bucks County Home & Garden Guide for an article entitled “Grace Bracegirdle Colorholic.”
Susan McBriarty Swinand '65 exhibited paintings in Re-Cycle-Re-Imagine, an exhibit of works that that re-use materials and encourage re-thinking of organic and biological forms, at the Regional Center for Horticulture, Wilmington, DE.
Dorothy Heine Rudolph ’66 exhibited her recent work Symbols of Transformation, including an original poem, “The Gift of Tears,” at the Church of the Holy Spirit, Harleysville, PA. Rudolph also designs and facilitates spiritual art retreats and workshops at Moravian Theological Seminary, Bethlehem, PA as part of her art therapy program.
Kass Morin Freeman ’66 served as juror and awards judge at the Delaware Watercolor Society Juried Fine Art Exhibition held at the Peninsula Gallery in Lewes, DE. Freeman is a signature member of the American Watercolor Society and National Watercolor Society.
Karen Titus Smith '68 had work included in the grand opening of Artetude Gallery, Asheville, NC.