LEWISBURG, Pa. – The beauty of rural Union County through the eyes and hands of Margaret Heuges will be on display at the Public Library for Union County in Gallery 255 throughout the month of July. “I want the viewer to go into my paintings and find a peaceful place to find enjoyment,” Heuges said.
As a lifelong artist, Heuges has gone through many stages of two dimensional work including portraits, ceramic tiles and acrylic paintings. Now, the primary focus of her work is Large landscape paintings.
The Mifflinburg resident holds a bachelor of fine arts degree in illustration from Moore College of Art and Design and a master of fine arts degree from Tyler School of Art, Temple University. Her work was featured in the Delaware Art Museum, the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and many other notable locations. Heuges was also awarded the Judith Selkowitz Fine Arts Award, NYC.
An opening reception for Heuges is scheduled for 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday, July 13, 2019. The reception is free and open to the public.
Artists and organizations are encouraged to apply to exhibit items of artistic, cultural and intellectual interest in the library’s gallery and/or display cases. For more information, visit http://unioncountylibraries.org/home-page/info/displays.