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St. Johns Cultural Council Art in Public Spaces program selects Nancy Hamlin-Vogler and her exhibit
The St. Johns Cultural Council and its "Art in Public Spaces" program has selected the work of St. Augustine-based fine artist Nancy Hamlin-Vogler and her exhibition "Swimming in the Infinite" from September 6 until November 15.
By: St. Johns Cultural Council
Hamlin-Vogler works on prepared paper using acrylic aqueous mediums combined with gesso, charcoal, conte, and pastels, occasionally adding pasted paper elements from silk screens or drawings. Her work reflects her history in St. Augustine, Cape Cod, Mass., and Maine, along with worldwide travels. Hamlin-Vogler studied art at Wells College and learned the screen-printing process while earning her M.A. in French literature at the University of Maine. An award-winning artist, Hamlin-Vogler is a member of the St. Augustine Art Association and exhibits in gallery shows throughout Florida. Visit the website at https://www.nancyhamlinvogler.com.
Swimming in the Infinite is presented by the St. Johns Cultural Council, a 501 c (3) nonprofit and the designated local arts agency for St. Johns County, Florida. The upcoming exhibition is made possible through the support of the Florida Division of Arts and Culture, the Community Foundation of Northeast Florida, and the National Endowment for the Arts, with additional support from the St. Johns County Tourist Development Council.
Art in Public Spaces exhibitions at the Rotunda Gallery include local artists who are chosen to exhibit their work with new installations every three to four months. The exhibitions are open to the public on weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. To apply for exhibition space, email email@example.com for specifications. For more information, contact Christina Parrish Stone at 904.434.0959 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit the website at https://stjohnsculture.com.
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