Andrea Fuhrman’s paintings and mixed media pieces have delighted viewers ever since she burst on the art scene in the 1990’s. One observer noted that “Andrea Fuhrman conveys the sense of an invented place, one that arises from recollections of environments and souvenirs that are evocative of those memories.” Her works are now on display in the McPherson Public Library for viewing.
Her award-winning art has been featured in many exhibitions and curated exhibits from California to New York. Fuhrman’s work is found in some two dozen corporate art collections, and she is the winner of several national awards.
She also creates large installations, such as Splash!, the glass mosaic mural in the Kenwood Cove Water Park in Salina.
Fuhrman holds an MFA from Washington University in St. Louis and is a resident of Abilene. Her show will be available for viewing at the library now through December 20th.