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Artists exhibit on display at west Phoenix church

Posted 5/20/24

The Episcopal Church of St. John the Baptist is featuring the artwork of local artists Donna Berger and Marion Wishnefski.

The exhibit is open for viewing at 4102 W. Union Hills Road in Phoenix.

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Artists exhibit on display at west Phoenix church

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The Episcopal Church of St. John the Baptist is featuring the artwork of local artists Donna Berger and Marion Wishnefski.

The exhibit is open for viewing at 4102 W. Union Hills Road in Phoenix, just east of Glendale, and is open from 10:15 a.m.-2:45 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday and from 7:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m. Sunday. The artwork will be on display through June 6.

A reception in late April at the church marked the opening of the exhibit and to introduce the artists to the local community. Berger and Wishnefski are trained artists who are proficient in a number of different media including oil, acrylic, graphite, batik, charcoal and alcohol ink.

Both enjoy painting nature scene, especially animals and flowers. Wishnefski’s work includes abstract paintings of flowers created with chains. Berger’s includes paintings of animals on rocks. Both artists are members of Palo Verde Artists and Artists by the Lake in Sun City and accept commissions.