Art students draws a crowd at Rosemarie Morelli Annual Student Exhibition

Students of Rosemarie Morelli Art Studio draw crowd at 2nd Annual Spring Exhibition

Sophia Malonson shows off her drawing of a storm. Photo credit: Stephani Hasenauer/Hometown Weekly.

Sophia Malonson shows off her drawing of a storm. Photo credit: Stephani Hasenauer/Hometown Weekly.

Westwood Hometown Weekly
May 8, 2014, p. 2

More than 400 viewers attended to see a collection of 110 paintings, drawings and illustrations created by 60 students of Rosemarie Morelli Art Studio School. The one-day event, held at the Zullo Gallery in Medfield, on Saturday, May 3, showcased art ranging in genres and styles from pen and ink illustration to classical realism oil painting, and included other contemporary and expressive works in acrylic, watercolor, pastels, charcoal and color pencil that were created by a mix of children, teen and adult students.

“This is a joyous celebration and proud event for my students to exhibit their art skills progress and accomplishments to family, friends and the general public. The Zullo Gallery provides them the opportunity to experience showing their artworks in a professional gallery setting.” says Rosemarie Morelli.

The Spring Exhibition is held annually to display each student’s achievements and work from classes taken during the year including summer workshops. Rosemarie Morelli Art Studio School is located in Walpole and offers group and private drawing and painting instruction to ages 7 through adult. Click to learn more about Children & Teens AFTER SCHOOL ART CLASSESChildren & Teens SUMMER ART CLASSES,  or Adult DRAWING & PAINTING CLASSES.

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About Rosemarie Morelli Art Studio

Art instruction for all ages. Painting, drawing, illustration
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