Mayor James J. Fiorentini > Press Release
For immediate release: September 27, 2006
“Mayor’s Celebrate Art and Artists Program” To Highlight Local Artists”
James J. Fiorentini is proud to announce the beginning of the “Mayor’s Celebrate Art and Artists Program” to highlight the work of local artists.
Under the Mayor’s new initiative, the Mayor will exhibit the work of local artists in the Mayor’s office at city hall.
This month’s local artist is Sharon Morley. Ms. Morley is a Haverhill resident, a painter that works and teaches in the Merrimack Valley. Sharon’s work includes portrait, landscape and still life. Morley has received numerous awards for portraits and landscapes in both oil and pastel mediums.
Ms. Morley has received the People’s Choice Award for landscapes. Morley has been juried into a number of regional and local shows and has shown her work in many places including the Massachusetts State House. Her paintings and photographs hang in many private collections throughout the United States and India.
Sharon is Chairperson of the Scholarship Committee for the Arts Institute Group of the Merrimack Valley, a member of the Newburyport Art Association, The Greater Haverhill Art Association, The Andovers Artists Guild, The Greater Salem Art Association and the Portrait Society of America.
Mayor Fiorentini will host a meet the artist session on Tuesday September 26,2006 at 11am. The press is invited.
In making the announcement, the Mayor said:
“ Art is an integral part of our vibrant community. We are proud to highlight the work of local artists here in city hall as a means of promoting art in the city.”
ocal artists who wish to have their work exhibited in city hall should contact Jen Gariepy at the Mayor’s office, 978 374-2300.
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