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Dot Bunn presents at next Artsbridge Distinguished Artist event

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Artsbridge Distinguished Artist Series continues at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 17, at Prallsville Mills, 33 Risler St., Stockton, N.J., with Dot Bunn’s presentation, “Color Then and Now.”

Making a masterpiece, the elusive challenge for artists through the ages, requires a mastery of color.

Bunn, an award-winning Bucks County artist, will unravel the mystery in her presentation, taking attendees at this month’s Artsbridge Distinguished Artists Series on a tour through art history and the evolution of color.

She will also demonstrate the Fletcher System of color management, which she teaches at her Red Stone Farm Studio. “It is a teaching system to help artists that are looking to consistently achieve harmony and control in color mixing,” Bunn said.

A full-time professional oil painter working from her studio, she has a strong commitment to working with and teaching traditional methods of painting.

Bunn has participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions with Oil Painters of America; Allied Artists of America; Hudson Valley Art Association; Professional Artists of America, the Salmagundi Club and The Butler Institute.

Her work has garnered numerous awards, including two Patron awards for painting from Phillips’ Mill. She recently completed a 500-square-foot wall mural in the Banquet Room at the Historic Strawberry Mansion House in Philadelphia. Visit her online.


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