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Folio Weekly Exhibition Artist Highlight: Brian Shannon

Aug

21

Each week, The Cummer will be highlighting each of the 50 artists represented in the upcoming Folio Weekly Invitational Artist Exhibition, on view at the Museum from August 24 – December 2.

Brian Shannon, Infinity, 2012, oil on panel, 18 x 14 in., Courtesy of the Artist.

Brian Shannon, Infinity, 2012, oil on panel, 18 x 14 in., Courtesy of the Artist.

Brian is a 2003 graduate of Douglas Anderson School of the Arts and has practiced oil painting since 2005, periodically displaying work and participating in gallery shows around Jacksonville.

The majority of his work is focused on the figure, ranging from portraiture to narrative, combined with aspects of landscape, interior and still life painting. In addition, he has also created dry media work in charcoal, graphite, and chalk.

To learn more about the artist, you can visit Brian’s website, or follow him of Facebook.

Join us for the opening night celebration for this exhibition on Friday, August 24th.  Purchase $5 tickets on our website by clicking here.  Museum members will receive free admission.

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