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September 30, 2014
 

Nada Fuqua featured at DAC First Thursday Artwalk

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The DAC Gallery will host an opening reception for the exhibit “Going Places” by Nada Fuqua during the First Thursday Artwalk on October 2 from 5-8 p.m.

Fuqua loves to travel and is influenced artistically by places. Her solo exhibit at DAC in 2011 was titled, “Landscapes, Mostly.” This is a continuum of that idea, with more landscapes and new scenes. Tennessee countrysides require a different palette from South Dakota. Nada looks for the unusual, something she perceives as special. She works primarily in oil, pastel, and pencil.

A resident of Hopkinsville and a native of Illinois, she holds degrees from Southern Illinois University and Vanderbilt University in music. She’s studied landscapes and portraits with famous artists Barbara Gardner, Albert Handell, Dawn Whitelaw, Michael Shane Neal, and Everett Raymond Kinstler at Art Students League of New York. She is a member of Hopkinsville Art Guild, Downtown Artists Coop, and the Portrait Society of America.



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