Check out the Trio of Talent at Peoria museum

Posted 5/5/22

Currently on view at the West Valley Art Museum is the Trio of Talent exhibit, including the art of three of Arizona’s top professional artists.

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Check out the Trio of Talent at Peoria museum

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Currently on view at the West Valley Art Museum is the Trio of Talent exhibit, including the art of three of Arizona’s top professional artists.

The paintings of Ed Buonvecchio, ceramics of George Palovich, and wood creations of Matt Werner will be featured.

A reception will be open to the public for an opportunity to meet the artists, 3-5 p.m., May 12.

This exhibit will only be on view at Peoria City Hall, located at 8401 W. Monroe St., until May 19.

For additional information, contact WVAM at 623-972-0635 or www.wvam.org.

West Valley Art Museum, Trio of Talent, professional artists, paintings, Ed Buonvecchio, ceramics, George Palovich, wood creations, Matt Werner

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