"Inner Visions" at the Phippen Museum
Karyl Bennett, Spokes, watercolor, 22 x 15 inches
Gathered together under the auspices of the Sedona Contemporary Artists, nine Sedona women painters will be featured in an exhibit and sale entitled, "Inner Visions" which opens at the Phippen Museum in Prescott, Arizona, on June 25 and runs through August 15, 1999. This talented group of women is comprised of Karyl Bennett, Jane Bander Darrow, Jacqueline Iossi, Carolyn Johnson, Esther Miller, Dianne W. Parssinen, Lorraine Pszczola, Gretchen Swartwout and Elizabeth Welsh.
All of these ladies have received formal training in the fine arts, show their work at numerous galleries throughout the Southwest, and have collectively won hundreds of awards in juried exhibitions and competitions.
The Phippen Museum is proud to host this exhibit, furthering its mission to exhibit Art of the American West. Museum Director, Sue Willoughby, commented that "we have recently determined that a good portion of our audience is more receptive to contemporary art work and this show has been designed to appeal to that segment of our population."
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