Thomas Nelson Community College in the Arts: Faculty and Students Exhibit Art Work on Various Locations on the Peninsula
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Thomas Nelson Community College faculty and students are currently presenting their art work in various locations on the Peninsula, including the College’s Hampton and Historic Triangle campuses, the Peninsula Fine Arts Center and the Suffolk Museum. The on-campus art exhibits are free and open to the public.
Thomas Nelson Community College Professor and Student Exhibit Art Work at Peninsula Fine Arts Center
The works of Thomas Nelson Community College Painting Professor, Mary “Beth” Dupree and art student, Susan Rillet are featured in the Peninsula Fine Arts Center 2006 Biennial Exhibit. Dupree’s work, “Shades of Women,” is mixed media and Rillet’s is a drawing entitled “Gill.” Tony Hepburn, an internationally known artist, juried the exhibition. The exhibit runs through Oct. 29 and features 150 works by 90 artists from 22 states.