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Congratulations to Alx Fox!

Ashland Artist Alx Fox has been juried into her fourth national show this year! Yesterday she got the news that her painting “Bliss” was admitted into the Midwest National Abstract Art Exhibition VII. The show runs from Oct 1st to November 13th at the Garfield Park Arts Center 2432 Conservatory Drive, Indianapolis, IN.

This painting also won second place in the first quarter juried critique at the Southern Oregon Society of Artists, judged by Karen Cain. Another painting in her newer style of work, “Zen 1”, has also drawn much attention to Fox’s art this year, having been accepted into the Emerald Art Center’s Springfield, Oregon Emerald Spring Exhibition in May and the Louisville Art Association’s 26th Annual National Juried Fine Art Show in Louisville, Colorado in July. In addition, “Breaking Through” was accepted into a national show at the Fredericksburg Center for the Creative Arts in June.

These accomplishments come on the heels of a busy 201o, when increasing approval of her work and subsequent appointment as 2011 Vice President of the Southern Oregon Society of Artists laid the foundation for 2011’s successes.

Her sentiment…”Oh my, What a Summer!”

Congratulations, Alx!

"Bliss," by Alx Fox of Talent, Oregon

"Bliss," by Alx Fox of Talent, Oregon

Learn more about Alx Fox and her work by visiting her listing at the Southern Oregon Artists Resource, where you’ll find links to her website and blog as well as contact information.

 

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