“My artwork depicts my impressions and interpretations of moods and rhythms, offering my vision of a unique fusion of movement, color, and innovation.”
JoAnne Hinrichs Hungate, 77, is an established artist working in water media, collage, assemblage, and miniature art, including portrait and pet commissions, and photography, for 70 years.
Her work has won awards and has been shown in juried exhibits all over the United States, from the East Coast to the West Coast in one person shows, area art association competitions, and galleries. Her paintings are in Boston area non-profit offices and health centers, in collections in many other parts of the United States, Canada, Japan, Korea, Australia, New Zealand, etc. Three pieces are on display under the ARTS in the Embassies U. S. Department of State program, one of which will be used in the 2012 State Department desk diary.
JoAnne’s miniature paintings have been chosen for more than 30 international miniature exhibitions and have won awards and have been featured in several galleries. She is a designated “Copley” Artist having had over 10 paintings juried into the Copley Society of Boston at its famous historic Newbury Street gallery. After recently moving to the Southwest, her watercolors, acrylic and mixed media/collage paintings have been in galleries and exhibits in Tucson, Tubac, Green Valley, Oro Valley, and Marana, Arizona. She recently received the Ursus Abstract Award at the National Aqueous Show held in Tubac.
As an early user of watercolor paints in monotype, she was a founding member of Partners in Printmaking in Lincoln, MA. Many of techniques she developed and teaches are now being used by others. She teaches a limited number of workshops on monotypes. JoAnne is a juried artist member of National League of American Pen Women (past president of local MA chapter), The Copley Society of Boston (life member and past board member), The Miniature Painters, Sculptors, and Gravers Society of Washington, DC, Contemporary Artists of Southern Arizona (CASA boardmember, Signature Member), Tubac Center for the Arts, Paperworks, and Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild.
“My artwork depicts my impressions and interpretations of moods and rhythms, offering my vision of a unique fusion of movement, color, and innovation as my art portrays a shifting scene that will engage the viewer.”JoAnne Hungate
Make sure to visit JoAnne's new exhibit, Two Views, at the Murphey Gallery
See JoAnne's new Two View's Exhibit: The Art of JoAnne Hungate and Fran McNeely
at the Murphey Gallery - St. Philip's in the Hills
May 19 to June 12, 2013
Opening Wine and Cheese Reception
Sunday May 19 from Noon to 4:00 PM
Download the Two Views E-Vite
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