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Exhibit on view at Imago February  8–March 10

features 18 exhibiting artists and three guest artists

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Featuring 18 exhibiting artists and three guest artists 


Artwork by 18 Imago Foundation for the Arts exhibiting artists and guest artists Mary Jane Andreozzi, John Jacob and Kristi Maharjan will be featured at Imago Gallery, 36 Market Street, Warren, Rhode Island February 8 through March 10.  

A complimentary public reception for all the artists will be held on Saturday, February 10, from 5 to 8 p.m. with musical accompaniment by guitarist Chris Monti. All are welcome.

IFA exhibiting artists who will be participating in this grou
p exhibit include Bill Chisholm, David Clarke, Eileen Siobhan Collins, Mary Dondero, Stephen Fisher, Philip Gruppuso, Gary Heise, Carl Keitner, Eileen Mayhew, Linda Megathlin, Catherine Moylan, Rina Naik, Mercedes Nuñez, Anne Marie Rossi, Howard Rotblat-Walker, Lenny Rumpler, Howard Windham and Meredith Wolf.

Mary Jane Andreozzi will be showing oil wax pastels. She says, "My work is inspired by the grace, strength and beauty of the natural world. I search for a sense of balance and harmony that brings order to natural elements. I am interested in expressing an inner energy that leans toward symbolism and abstraction.”

Currently the Art Department chairperson at Bay View Academy in Riverside, RI, and a practicing artist, she received her Masters of Art in Teaching at Rhode Island School of Design and her Bachelor of Arts from Rhode Island College. Her work has been exhibited in several different venues throughout New England and is in corporate and private collections, as well as represented at several galleries throughout New England.


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“Thin Ice,” permanent wax oil pastel with resin finish by Mary Jane Andreozzi

“Learn To Be Still,” black-and-white photography by John Jacob

“Untitled,” digital photography by Kristi Maharjan

John Jacob is a photographer living in Barrington, RI, whose goal is to seek out unique perspectives in architecture and city life. He says, “I find a lot of inspiration living in the Providence area and visiting New York City. Born in Canada and growing up in Paris in my twenties, I fell in love with New England during my first visit to the Boston area and relocated to Rhode Island over 20 years ago.

He says, “I am inspired by simple scenes or objects that have an unexpected depth to them. The time spent exploring to find inspiration is what I enjoy most about photography. My work has focused on playing with light and shadows, especially in urban environments. I enjoy finding places that could be ordinary to a passerby and explore the wonderland found in the details.”


Kristi Maharjan is a graphic designer and a multimedia artist based in Massachusetts. Born in 1997 in Kathmandu, Nepal, she received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from CUNY, Brooklyn College and is currently pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Graphic Design at Bridgewater State University. Although she specializes in illustration and design work, she has a keen interest in other fields of art like photography, drawing and ceramics. She’ll be exhibiting a series of analog and digital photographs in this exhibit.

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