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New One Person Show at Rockville Gallery

Tuesday, August 5, 2008

Anne E. Figg, Best of Show Winner of last year's Associate Member's Art Show, has the honor to display some of her excellent artwork. She is known for her watercolor, oils and pastels. Her subject vary from florals, to rural scenes and animals.

Anne was born in Indianapolis, but moved to Danville, in 1968. She began her career at that time. She has studied under many artists and is a member of the Indiana Central Art League in Hendricks County and an Associate Member of the C.B.A.A. She has won many awards including the Hoosier Salon, Covered Bridge Art Association, Hendricks County Fair and Indiana State Fair.

Her artwork will be on display and available for sale during August at the Gallery in Rockville on the north side of the Square. A new show featuring Parke County artists is also available. For more information contact 765-569-9422. Gallery hours are daily from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. and Sunday 1-5 p.m. To see Parke County artists work on line, visit our web site at www.covered-bridgeartgallery.com

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Several years ago I was presented with a beautiful painting that Ann Figg had done. It is of a farm house during the fall with a large tree in the front yard with beautiful colors of fall. On the back of the canvas the title is 'And Then There Were None'. Also, there is a referance of U.S. 36. My husband and I figured that the house might be on this road. We went in search of it today and could not locate it. I was wondering if Ms. Figg would give us directions to this farm house. We enjoy discovering our state and have fun looking for interesting things. Thank you, Barbara Berg

-- Posted by Crader on Sat, Oct 30, 2010, at 5:24 PM

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