Exhibit By Judi Ann Hostetter Is At North River Civic Center

Monday, June 2, 2014
Painting by Judi Ann Hostetter
Painting by Judi Ann Hostetter

The North River Civic Center has a new exhibit by artist Judi Ann Hostetter.  

Ms. Hostetter, a painter, has had several one-woman shows, exhibited in numerous local, national and international juried exhibitions, and garnered many awards for her work.  Her work is in the permanent collections of local corporations and with collectors in several states, as well as Central and South America. 

A reception celebrating her work will be held June 13 from 6-8 p.m. at the Civic Center.

 The exhibit features Ms. Hostetter’s work through the years, including pastel, oil and watercolor from the past and some of her recent paintings.

Painting by Judi Ann Hostetter
Painting by Judi Ann Hostetter

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