BRYN MAWR, PA.- Twelve Philadelphia area artists will have their paintings on display in The American Colleges Gregg Conference Center Gallery on The Colleges campus in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania from December 5, 2004 through January 30, 2005. On Sunday, December 5, the first day of the art exhibition, a reception will be held in the gallery from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. where the public can meet the artists.
Artists whose work will be on display at the exhibition include: Nancy Barch, Peggy Binns, Laurie Daddona, Ann Howes, Pat Kerr, Doree Loschiavo, Eileen McNulty, Jane Miluski, Wendy Scheirer, Jean Spicer, Taeko Yonetani and Susan Zimmerman.
Three of these artists, Nancy Barch, Pat Kerr and Ann Howes, were recently commissioned to create paintings for the 2004 American Cancer Society Christmas cards. This honorable selection, which is only bestowed upon four Philadelphia artists each year, involves the painting of Philadelphia scenes for the American Cancer Society Christmas cards that are sold to the public to benefit the Society.
Art exhibitions at The American College Gregg Center Gallery are sponsored throughout the year as part of an on-going effort to provide service to the surrounding community. The regular gallery hours are Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Sundays 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. and Saturdays by appointment. The Gallery will be closed between Christmas and New Year except by appointment. For more information on the exhibit call 610-526-1100 or 610-526-1452.
The American College is the nations leading educator of professionals in the insurance and financial services industry. Located on a 35-acre campus in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, The College is a non-profit public charity that serves over 35,000 students annually, predominantly on a distance education basis. The American College offers an array of specialized designation programs, a Master of Science degree in financial services and customized continuing education programs for those pursuing a career in financial services.