The Simsbury 1820 House continues their series Art At The Simsbury 1820 House featuring Elizabeth Ann Mcnally, on Saturday, April 14th, from 5:30-7:00PM. This event is free and open to the public. For additional information please call 860-658-7658.
About Elizabeth Ann McNally:
Elizabeth Ann McNally is an artist and printmaker residing in New Britain Connecticut. She chooses to work in both narrative and nonrepresentational content. Key elements in her narrative work are animals, humor, and the graphic use of line. In her nonrepresentational art, color, line, pattern and the properties of the material and medium, are the sole focus of compositions.
Elizabeth has a bachelor’s of fine arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) with a focus in drawing and printmaking. After graduation, her work was chosen to represent SAIC in admissions slide shows and on the SAIC website. She has work in the collection of the Children’s Library at the Chicago Field Museum. She won honorable mention awards in Mystic Art Association’s 45th Regional Juried Show and honorable mention in the professional category for CRT’s 2015 National Art’s Program show in Connecticut. Elizabeth and her solo show, “Playful,” in the Barnes Franklin Gallery, was featured in the Greater Hartford Arts Council’s blog, “Artists Spotlight”.
Elizabeth participates in fine art shows, and public art projects throughout Connecticut. 2017’s exhibits included solo shows at the Celeste LaWitt Gallery, The Ethel Walker Formal Gallery, Lost Acres Vineyard, Southern Connecticut Wine Company and a two person show at the Southington Community Cultural Arts Center. Elizabeth is represented by Center Framing and Art in West Hartford Center, and The Fisher Gallery in Avon.