Karen Kirshner A Finalist In Long Island Museum Wanderlust Art Competition

Karen Kirshner (Photo courtesy of kirshnermuseum.com)

East Meadow resident Karen Kirshner has been chosen as a finalist in the Long Island Museum’s juried art competition Wanderlust. The Stony Brook museum invited amateur and professional artists from across Long Island to submit up to the three works for its annual competition and exhibition. Kirshner’s watercolor titled “The Journey” is one of 76 finalists chosen for the exhibition, which runs from April 20 through June 3.

A panel of museum staff members selected the finalists from a pool of about 300 submitted works. Prior to the exhibition opening, Debbie Wells, cofounder of Artful Circle will select the winners.

For more information call 631-751-0066, visit longislandmuseum.org or social media @LImuseum.

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