Art Gallery Exhibit by Sisters of the Brush
St. George's Art Gallery
St. George's Episcopal Church
2425 S. Germantown Road
Germantown, TN 38138
Paintings by a group called Sisters of the Brush will be on exhibit in the St. George’s Art Gallery from May 2 through May 31, 2022. The Sisters of the Brush are four women painters: Phyllis Boger, Ann Brown Thomason, Barrie Skoda Foster and Jana Jones, each with different styles and techniques. Their love of painting has brought them together to exhibit their art through the bond of the paintbrush.
Boger has been painting on silk for over three decades. The silk paintings for this exhibition are collages made from dyed pieces of silk and found sari cloth.
Jones is a nurse and native Memphian who uses watercolors and oil pastels to escape from the daily stresses of life through her art. Foster began painting in watercolor but now likes to paint in all mediums, She especially loves to paint en Plein air. Thomason is a retired physician who loves to paint waterscapes, landscapes, sky and portraiture in both oil and acrylic. Much of her inspiration comes from the Forgotten Coast in Florida.
St. George’s Art Gallery is located within St. George’s Episcopal Church and accessed through the front doors. The Gallery is open M – F from 9:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. and Sundays from 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.