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Alumna Quinn McNichol exhibiting in Philadelphia

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Monday, June 25th, 2018

PCA&D Alumna Quinn McNichol, Fine Art ’12, will be exhibiting new works in a show titled \\\THE///JUNGLE\\\LINE/// at Studio 34, 4522 Baltimore Avenue, Philadelphia.

 

Close to the Edge//Rhythms of the River, 50" x 50", acrylic and cut-paper collage, courtesy Quinn McNichol

Close to the Edge//Rhythms of the River, 50″ x 50″, acrylic and cut-paper collage, courtesy Quinn McNichol

McNichol infuses images pulled from waking like with visual rhythms inspired by jazz pianos and trumpet blares to tell stories from her mind eye’s view. Made of acrylic paint and cut-paper collage, these paintings exist between the worlds of waking and dreaming, hovering on the jungle line.

The exhibit will run July 7 through September 1. The opening reception is Saturday, July 7, 6-8 p.m.

McNichol grew up in Glenside, PA, and currently lives and paints in Philadelphia. Since receiving her BFA from Pennsylvania College of Art and Design in 2012, she has participated in various art programs and residencies: the Emerging Artist in Residence (EAR) program at Millersville University, The Visual Arts at Chautauqua Institution (VACI), the Vermont Studio Center, and most recently she was a resident staff artist at the Mount Gretna School of Art (MGSoA).  She returns to PCA&D frequently to help install exhibitions in the College’s Main Gallery.

(Top photo: Quinn McNichol in her studio, photo by Mona Shen)

 

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