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Thomas NawrockiCOLUMBUS, Miss. -- Thomas Nawrocki, professor emeritus of art at Mississippi University for Women, recently received the top award at the Delray Beach, Florida Center for the Arts National Juried Art Exhibition at the Cornell Museum of Art and American Culture.

 

His work was chosen out of more than 350 submissions from other artists across the United States. Works in the exhibition will be on display through May 11.

Nawrocki’s work titled “Zig Zag Zig” is a part of the series of mixed-medium impressions.

The past year has been an impressive one for Nawrocki with his artwork being shown around the world at exhibits in Jackson, Hollywood, Milwaukee, New York, Bulgaria, China and Egypt to name a few.

Nawrocki’s work has appeared in more than 500 juried art exhibitions.


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