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Featured AAC Artist Series: Annette Uroskie

The Arts Council Virtual Art Gallery Series Featuring AAC Artist: Annette Uroskie

Annette Uroskie has been an Art teacher and practicing artist for forty-five years. A graduate of The Pennsylvania State University (BA Art Education) and The Maryland Institute of Art (M FA) she taught Art for five years in the public school system of Anne Arundel County and twenty-three years at The Key School in Annapolis in the Upper School and as head of the Visual Art Department. Initially a printmaker she won many awards and had one woman and group shows in the Baltimore area. She was in the Baltimore Museum of Art Biennial as well as the Peale Museum, Easton Academy of the Arts permanent collection, and Virginia Art League. Her second media was batik, which she sold prolifically in the area. Doing shows like Sugarloaf and the Annapolis Arts Festival as well as many others, she sold her work between teaching positions. Most recently she has been experimenting in digital photography and photoshopped pictures in mixed media as well as experimenting with watercolor on some new papers including Yupo. She has been Vice-president of the Annapolis Watercolor Club and received three first place awards and an honorable mention for the last four years in the Annapolis Watercolor Club Juried shows. She also was Juried into the Baltimore Watercolor Societies’ Mid Atlantic Regional Show In 2018 and won an award in that show. This year she won the Edward Longley prize in the 2020 Mid Atlantic Regional Show which can be seen online starting July 1. Her work can be seen on Flickr under Annette’s Art.

WEBSITE:
Annette’s Art

Contact Annette for any purchase inquiries:
amuroskie@aol.com

Scroll down to see a few selected pieces of Annette’s work along with the details for each piece. 

(From Left to Right)

The Three Graces
Watercolor on Yupo Paper
20”x26”
$600

Nothing Gold Can Stay
Watercolor on Yupo Paper
28”x30”
Sold

Koi Study
Watercolor on Yupo Paper
20”x26”
$800

The Blackbirds of Sherwood Forest (featured in the Arts council AAMC exhibit “Shapes & Patterns”)
Watercolor on Yupo Paper
21″x18″
$300

Koi and Waterlilies (featured in the Arts Council AAMC exhibit “Shapes & Patterns”)
Watercolor on Yupo Paper
22”x26″
$300

Magnolias (featured in the Arts Council AAMC exhibit “Wonders of Nature”)
Watercolor on Yupo Paper
20″x25″
$400

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