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Live Coverage Feature: Maureen Nollette and Renee Hartig

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/Maureen Nollette

/Renee Hartig

Showcasing more than fifty of West Michigan’s most exciting visual artists, Live Coverage features one-of-a-kind works of art, created right before your eyes! This unique fundraiser is a must for collectors, designers, and anyone with a passion for original art. Below we have featured two artists that will be showcasing their artwork at this year's event, taking place on February 19 from 6:30-11 PM. For more information or to purchase tickets contact 616 454 7000 or [email protected].

Nollette recieved her MFA from Queens College in New York, and designed and manufactured a line of furniture for many years. She now creates installations, drawings and collages which reflect the same minimalist aesthetic as her early furniture designs. Nollette teaches at Kendall College of Art and Design and the Grand Rapids Art Museum. View more of Nollette's work at

Hartig graduated from Kendall College of Art and Design with a Bachelors Degree in Painting and studied at SACI in Florence, Italy. She is represented at several galleries in Michigan and in Oregon, where she currently resides. Hartig spends her time painting and working on commissions for clients. View more of Hartig's work at

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