Starting Sept. 14, the David Adler Music and Arts Center will display the works of a different artist every month in the first "Adler Center Exhibition Series."
Each artist will have an opening, all free and open to the public. First up is Libertyville photographer Jeanne' Sapienza.
Sapienza loves taking photos and visually exploring life's moments, along with telling a story. As she began her journey, she was certain of the direction she was going, and as the road began to turn she now finds herself trying to stay open and enjoy the ride.
"My photography is an expression of myself. My thoughts, imagination, spirituality and my fascination in the beauty of the physical world around me come to life," Sapienza has said of her work.
Her works are all in black-and-white and can be seen at the David Adler Music and Arts Center Sept. 14-19. A free, public reception is 7 to 9 p.m. Friday, Sept. 14, with wine and hors d'oeuvres.
Other artists in the series include, Stephanie Toral, Leisa Corbett, Robert Klunk and Susan Russell.
If you know or are an artist in the area and are interested in exhibiting your works, contact Amy Williams at email@example.com or (847) 367-0707.
The David Adler Music and Arts Center is at 1700 North Milwaukee Ave. in Libertyville.