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POSTPONED: Art in the Atrium with Jean Macaluso

Cuprum 29

© Jean Macaluso

Cuprum 29

This event has been postponed due to concerns about the coronavirus.

Being part of large gatherings is among the things to avoid during the outbreak, so WITF wants to do our part to ensure the safety and well-being of our listeners.

It is a top priority of ours.

The reception will be rescheduled at a later date.

Explore the free art exhibit at WITF’s Public Media Center in Harrisburg. On display Monday-Thursday from 10am to 4pm through April: a collection of colorful abstract art by Jean Macaluso.

© Jean Macaluso

Blue Heptapus

Artist’s Background

Jean graduated from Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania with a degree in Art and Art History. She has a passion for photography with a special interest in the black & white process in both traditional and digital formats. Her most recent foray into self expression is painting using acrylic and resin on repurposed furniture and canvas.

Using repurposed furniture Jean creates a unique landscape reminiscent of the ever changing ocean waters in the abstract form, challenging herself to use something cast away or unwanted and artfully make it beautiful and useful again. She strives to have everyday objects take on an artful form so that everyone can live with art in their everyday lives.

Her artwork can be found in the United States, France, and the Netherlands in collegiate, private collections and doctor’s offices.

Jean lives in Mechanicsburg with her husband, a Golden Retriever and with her three children and four grandchildren close by.

© Jean Macaluso

Golden Notes

© Jean Macaluso

Carlisle Ashland Cemetary

The artist’s reception will be held from 5-7pm on Wednesday, April 8. This is a free event but RSVP is required for planning purposes.

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