Grayslake Arts alliance to host Art Show on January 20

  • Watercolor by Lindsey Miskawenweb210@yahoo.comLindsey Miska

    Watercolor by Lindsey Miskawenweb210@yahoo.comLindsey Miska

 
 
Updated 1/9/2018 10:42 AM

The work of 11 local artists work will be on display to the public when the Grayslake Arts Alliance hosts a members show from 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 20, at the Grayslake Heritage Center.

Exhibiting artists include Lindsey Lee Miska, Ernie Schweit, Marie Hines, Roni Malic, Charlene Riffer, Maureen Rivkin, Debbie Kalinowski, Heather June Toeser, Wendy Petera, Phil Schorn and Edie Wendricks.

 

"This show marks our first show at the Heritage Center since the unfortunate flooding of last summer; it will be good to be back," said Ernest J. Schweit, a founding member of the Grayslake Arts Alliance. "We will have a wonderful selection of work for viewing, including water colors, stained glass, mixed media, pencil drawings and photography."

In addition, there will be a watercolor art station for children, music provided by students from the Bill Chapin Jazz Studio and refreshments donated by Something's Brewing.

The Grayslake Arts Alliance is a group of local artists dedicated to bringing the arts to the area through education, participation and development.

Membership is open to any local artists. For more information, visit our public Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/grayslakeartsalliance/

or apply for membership to the closed group Facebook page.

Prospective members may also email Ernest J. Schweit at ernestjschweit@sbcglobal.net

https://www.facebook.com/groups/819302734882443/

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