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Artistic Acclaims for Taos artist - Charlotte Shroyer
Posted Feb 7, 2017
Charlotte Shroyer is one of the featured artists in a New York exhibit sponsored by the Women's Caucus for Art. Three art pieces on paper were juried into the exhibit. Reception will be held at the Riverside Library, 127 Amsterdam Ave. at 65th Street in Manhattan on February 16, 4:30-6:30.
Charlotte Shroyer also won first place in mixed media for “Persian Miniaturists: How Small?,” a monotype embellished with oils, at the annual “Figuratively Speaking” exhibit, Art Association of Harrisburg, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Inspired by the work of Turkish Nobel Prize Winner Orhan Pamuk in his novel My Name is Red, Shroyer created this image of the life of miniaturist artists in the Sultan's court of 16th century Istanbul. More of Shroyer’s work can be seen at Jackies Trading Post, 129 North Taos plaza, and on her website.
Shown: Persian Miniaturists: How Small?, Mixed Media, 6" x 4"
Shown at top: Six or Seven (detail)