Santa Fe, NM (PRWEB) February 12, 2012
Santa Fe, NM (February 10th, 2012) - Mary Anna Keshen, painter, printmaker and photographer is exhibiting in the Meadows Gallery at the University of Texas at Tyler in its 27th Annual International Exhibition.
Ms. Keshen's work was one of 53 pieces of art selected from over 360 submissions from across the U.S. and four foreign countries. The exhibition will continue through Friday, March 9, 2012.
Ms. Keshen's work titled Perdido is an abstract digital fine art print created using computer programs.
Karl Umlauf is the exhibition juror. Joining Baylor’s art department faculty in 1989, Umlauf holds a master of fine arts from Cornell University and a bachelor of fine arts from UT Austin. The son of renowned sculptor Charles Umlauf, his own paintings and drawings have received numerous accolades throughout the United States.
Ms. Keshen's works have been recently exhibited at the Hubbard Museum, a Smithsonian Museum affiliate, located in Ruidoso, NM, at the Long Beach Island Foundation Gallery in New Jersey and the Forsyth Gallery at Texas A&M, among other locations.
Mary Anna Keshen's studio is in Santa Fe, NM. She is recognized as an abstract painter, digital printmaker and photographer. Her works are in private and corporate collections and she has exhibited in museums, private galleries and universities throughout the United States.
She can be contacted at http://www.artinformed.com.