Putney library exhibits the work of Arrin Fancher
A painting from Arrin Fancher’s “Water Works” series.

Putney library exhibits the work of Arrin Fancher

PUTNEY — Recent acrylic paintings by Arrin Fancher will be shown during the months of October and November at the Putney Public Library at 55 Main St. The exhibit will include images from her “Water Works” series, which explores water in motion through abstracted composition, according to a news release.

A native of Syracuse, New York, Fancher has lived in Vermont for more than 50 years. She lived in Putney, Enosburg Falls, and Saxtons River before moving to her home in Dummerston. She received her bachelor's degree in fine arts cum laude from Windham College in 1970. She has taught painting and drawing in private lessons and at public and private schools and colleges.

Fancher's work has been exhibited widely during the past 40 years - at local galleries, college and university galleries, museums, and art festivals. Her work can be found in such collections as Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, the State Department in Washington, D.C., the University of Vermont, and in numerous private collections.

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