Art by Pip


Mackenzie “Pip” Pyle, who turned 7 earlier this month, stands alongside four of her acrylic paintings and her art instructor, local artist Mary Beth Thorngren. It was Pyle’s idea to have an art exhibit, which was held May 13 at Thorngren Studio Art on The Murphy Theatre’s second floor. In all, there are about a dozen paintings and sculptures (including a totem) for the show that will be on display for a month.


Mackenzie “Pip” Pyle, who turned 7 earlier this month, stands alongside four of her acrylic paintings and her art instructor, local artist Mary Beth Thorngren. It was Pyle’s idea to have an art exhibit, which was held May 13 at Thorngren Studio Art on The Murphy Theatre’s second floor. In all, there are about a dozen paintings and sculptures (including a totem) for the show that will be on display for a month.

Mackenzie “Pip” Pyle, who turned 7 earlier this month, stands alongside four of her acrylic paintings and her art instructor, local artist Mary Beth Thorngren. It was Pyle’s idea to have an art exhibit, which was held May 13 at Thorngren Studio Art on The Murphy Theatre’s second floor. In all, there are about a dozen paintings and sculptures (including a totem) for the show that will be on display for a month.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_shes_a_pip_p_f.jpgMackenzie “Pip” Pyle, who turned 7 earlier this month, stands alongside four of her acrylic paintings and her art instructor, local artist Mary Beth Thorngren. It was Pyle’s idea to have an art exhibit, which was held May 13 at Thorngren Studio Art on The Murphy Theatre’s second floor. In all, there are about a dozen paintings and sculptures (including a totem) for the show that will be on display for a month.
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