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August 2012 ART EXHIBIT

Paintings by Vito Incorvaia

Mr. Incorvaia, a graduate of Pratt Institute, worked for many years as a Creative Art Director for well-known Advertising Agencies in New York City. His work in the advertising world won him recognition and many prizes. During these professional years, he continued to study with eminent fine artists such as Clifford Jackson and Anthony Toney to convey his passion in paintings. The exhibit presents landscapes, flowers and portraits in brilliant colors.

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Sculptures by Bill Pridham

Mr. Pridham, a passionate sculptor, was most influenced by Michelangelo and Rodin. He taught himself the art of designing and creating sculptures. His fascination with clay led to beautiful intricate pieces, some cast in bronze. He later became a successful builder of Shaker furniture that took up most of his time. Now in later years, Mr. Pridham returns to his first passion of working with clay. The exhibit includes such famous literary figures as Don Quixote, Cerano de Bergerac, Captain Ahab and Dicken’s Fagan

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All works reproduced with permission from the artist.

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