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Beverly Jean has been studying ...
Beverly Jean has been studying art over the last 20 years and is currently studying with Joel Carson Jones, who was granted the title of "Living Master" by the International Art Renewal Center.
Choosing Fine Art as a major, Beverly Jean
also studied at Marywood University
As past president and current member of the Wyoming Valley Art League
and member of Cider Painters
of America, her
exhibits include Smithsonian Institution
, Washington D.C.; Everhart Museum
, Scranton; Wyoming Valley Art League
and Fine Arts Fiesta, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania and many other art venues throughout Northeastern Pennsylvania over the years.
was also one of the founders of "Studio III" the first exhibition art center of its kind in the Wyoming Valley.
Treasurer - Beverly Jean Johnston - (570) 283-1255
...Catherine Laskaris - President, Michelle Millington, Dolores Vida, Linda Keck - Dir. Guest Artists , Cindy Pape - Secretary, Margie Bryant - 2nd Vice President , Sue Nardone - Membership Director, Arthur Miller - Immediate Past President, Howard Grossman, Frank Mariano . Mary Ellen Nieman, John Clark, Sabine Thomas - 1st Vice Pres., Lillian Caffrey, Beverly Johnston - Treasurer
The Citizens Bank 196 South Wyoming Avenue, Kingston, PA will host an exhibit of contemporary works by WVAL Artist Beverly Jean Johnston during the month of January 2008.Beverly Jean Johnston has worked in acrylic, colored pencil, charcoal, graphite, oil, pastel and watercolor over the past 14 years.
It's tough for Beverly Jean ...
It's tough for Beverly Jean Johnston, first vice-president of the Wyoming Valley Art League, to choose just one of the many exhibits and events in the Wyoming Valley's active art world that was the best in 2009.
managed to recall a few she
considers deserving of such an honor.
In the future, Johnston
has many hopes, but she
especially wants the Arts SEEN Gallery
on Public Square in downtown Wilkes-Barre, which opened in November, to generate business for the downtown and raise awareness for the arts.
Howard Grossman, president, and Beverly Jean Johnston, first vice president, of the Wyoming Valley Art League.
Mississippi Makos Swim Team : Board Members
Beverly Johnston (President)