Sunday, October 31, 2021

Franklin Art Association: Dianne Panarelli Miller to present at meeting Nov 3

The Franklin Art Association will hold its third in-person meeting of the fall season at 6:30 pm on Wednesday, November 3.  Our special guest demonstrator will be Dianne Panarelli Miller, a world renowned artist painting in Canada, Bermuda, and Europe. She is an award winning Boston-based "Plein Air Painter" of color and light and is a signature member of the New England Plein Air Painters, as well as a "Copley Master,” a honor conferred by the Copley Society, America’s oldest nonprofit art association, on artists who have achieved distinction for the outstanding quality of their work.  

Panarelli’s approach combines the classic atelier training of the "Boston School" with a mastery of technique of her own personal style expressed through the harmony of color and design.  Her work encompasses landscapes, cityscapes, portraits and still lifes.

Miller has been painting, full-time, year-round, for 40 years, is represented by several galleries throughout New England, and is passing on her tutelage to others with a robust teaching schedule that spans from the Cape to the South Shore. She also organizes art trips to Europe and in 2018 traveled on her own to a starkly different landscape: Wyoming. “That was one of the best things I have ever done in my life. I drove cross-country and spent a month out there painting; I did 54 paintings in a month,” she recalls. “It was a true adventure.”  

Franklin Art Association meetings are held at the Franklin Senior Center (10 Daniel McCahill Street, Franklin), and are free and open to the public.  

In accordance with public health guidelines attendees will be expected to wear facemasks.  Meetings are also live-streamed via Zoom for those unable to join us in person.  

The Zoom link is

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Franklin Art Association:  Dianne Panarelli Miller to present at meeting Nov 3
Franklin Art Association:  Dianne Panarelli Miller to present at meeting Nov 3

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