Current Member News
Dana Goodfellow has a one-person exhibit of approximately 30 of her works at the Darien Library, 1441 Post Road, Darien. The show is entitled “Seascapes—from realism to abstraction” and will be open September 6—October 20, 2017. There will be an artist’s reception Friday, September 15, 6:30—8:30 p,m.
Doris Mady won a first place for her oil painting, Doug’s Tree, at the Bronxville Women's Club Beaux Arts Finale Exhibition. This show features other first place winners from other juried art shows throughout Westchester, making Doris a winner among winners. The show ran through July 27 in Bronxville, New York and runs through September 11, Monday—Friday, 9—5 p.m., at the Greenburgh Town Hall, 2nd floor, 177 Hillside Avenue, Greenburgh, New York.
Jean Moore has had a flash fiction piece, “The Limoges Vase,” accepted by Fiction Southeast, details forthcoming. On another note altogether, Jean has been spending a good part of this summer learning lines for a community-based production of Our Town, in her summer town of Tyringham, Massachusetts. She is the Stage Manager for the Second Act (the part having been divided among three local “actors” to enable more participation and to, mercifully, cut down on the number of lines to be memorized).
Lucinda’s Watson’s poem, "Maybe May," was published in July in Jelly Bucket literary magazine.