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'Smug' on Exhibit - Charlotte Shroyer
Posted May 10, 2018
Charlotte Shroyer, known for her unique contemporary oil paintings and monotypes of the human face, has a monotype ghost “Smug,” accepted in Pennsylvania into the prestigious Art Association of Harrisburg’s 90th Annual International Juried Exhibition, May 18-June 21.
Shroyer is represented in Taos by Jackies Trading Post Gallery on Taos Plaza (575-758-4828), and in the Dallas area by Frisco Fine Art Gallery. Work may also be viewed on her website www.charlotteshroyer.com.
Shown: Smug, Monotype
Ghost with Charcoal, 16 x 6 inches