Monday, June 27, 2011

"Local Artists to Show in NYC Gallery" - The Sentinel

The Harrisburg Sentinel has done an article about Brownyn Jean Hughes, Mary Beth Brath & Charlie Hubbard and their show in NYC!

Read here.

Friday, June 24, 2011

ABC27 News Segment Update.

Just caught the ABC27 news segment; that was a quick one! But every bit of exposure helps the cause!

For more information about the project and the cause, please click here.

Brownyn Jean Hughes on ABC 27 tonight!

Brownyn Jean Hughes will be on WHTM ABC 27 News tonight at 5:30 during their Hometown Hero segment!

If there is an article available on their website after it airs, we'll let you know!

Thursday, June 16, 2011

"Tears of the World" BWAC Gallery Event in NYC!

Central Pennsylvania Artist Brownyn Jean Hughes will be featured at the Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition Gallery next month, beginning July 16th (opening reception) and continuing through August 21st.
At the heart of the collection will be her "Tears of the World" series, which consists of 50 paintings on canvas w/ multicolored and photoluminescent acrylic. Each painting is unique, but part of a larger whole, representing an all-encompassing cause. 100% of the proceeds from the "Tears of the World" collection goes to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief.

The signed and numbered canvases come in three sizes:
6x6" = $40

10x20" = $300

20x20" = $600

All proceeds go to American Red Cross. You will be provided a certificate of authenticity at the time of your purchase.

More about the Show:

The BWAC Gallery is open on the weekends, 1-6 PM and is located at 499 Van Brunt Street in Red Hook • Brooklyn, NY.

Other pieces by Brownyn Jean Hughes will also be included in the gallery, including the painting "Crying Liberty" and the sculpture "Crazy Love."

We hope to see you there!

The American Red Cross name is used with its permission, which in no way constitutes an endorsement, express or implied, of any product, service, company, individual or political position.
For more information about the American Red Cross, please call 1‑800 HELP NOW or email