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“Dream Trees,” Kathy Harmon-Luber

Kathy Harmon-Luber, PSC ’84, is a fine art photographer who resides in Idyllwild, Calif.

Featured sculptures by Jill Lion, BA ’63, appeared at American University’s Washington School of Law Library in Washington in October; School 33’s Open Studio Weekend at the Mill Centre in Baltimore, also in October; and the Holiday Arts Weekend, also at the Mill Centre, in November.

“Double Funeral,” Jill Lion

“Propped,” Joey P. Manlapaz

“Clairvoyant,” Joey P. Manlapaz

Reflections, an exhibit by Joey P. Manlapaz, BA ’77, MFA ’80, has been on display at the Securities & Exchange Commission in Washington since September. Her painting “Flag Day” is included in Touchstone Gallery’s seventh annual All-Media Exhibition, juried by Britta Konau, associate curator of modern and contemporary art at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington.

Caroline Thorington, MFA ’75, presented “Images from Nature,” an exhibition of lithographs, at the Glenview Mansion Art Gallery in Rockville, Md., in September. The D.C. Commission on the Arts chose her design for one of the 150 pandas for their public arts project “Pandamania” from 1,400 entries. “Pandacamouflage” is on display in front of the Museum of Natural History; there are 45 individual animals including five hidden pandas on the sculpture. It took three and a half weeks of intense 10-hour days to complete the project.

“Pandacamouflage,” Caroline Thorington

“Tree Sky #2,” Cynthia Young

Ozmosis Gallery in Bethesda, Md., from February to March featured Meditations on Nature, an exhibit of paintings by Cynthia Young, MFA ’78. The work was done mostly on large canvases, inviting the viewer to be drawn in to Young’s vision of nature. A percentage from sales of the work went to the Red Cross for disaster relief for victims of the tsunami in South Asia. Young is a resident of McLean, Va.


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