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Bradner art on display

The Bay School Community Arts Center will exhibit extended works from a local watercolor artist Wilma T. Bradner through December 21. Bradner works primarily in watercolor, which is often compared to stained glass. She includes glazes in her work rather than mixing the colors on the palette in order to let the beauty of the colors shine through.

Bradner also is a founding member and current treasurer of the Virginia Equine Artists Association. She is involved in promoting Virginia artists that portray the horse in all its many forms. From the immense, whether a family pet, a working partner, a performer, or all of the above, they provide a source of inspiration and a desire to capture their beauty.

For more information, call the Bay School at 725-1278.

The Bay School is a non-profit arts organization providing visual arts to all people partially funded by Virginia Commission for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.

posted 12.07.2011

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