Join Water Street Studios in Batavia for 'Second Friday at the Studio' May 14

  • Water Street Studios' "Second Friday at the Studio" will host the opening of the annual "Landscape Show" on Friday, May 14. The Chicago Capital Gallery will highlight the work of Chicago-based artist Fred Moss, such as "Solitude at Yellowstone."

    Water Street Studios' "Second Friday at the Studio" will host the opening of the annual "Landscape Show" on Friday, May 14. The Chicago Capital Gallery will highlight the work of Chicago-based artist Fred Moss, such as "Solitude at Yellowstone." Courtesy of Fred Moss

 
 
Updated 5/11/2021 7:04 PM

Join Water Street Studios in Batavia for "Second Friday at the Studio." The opening will be 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, May 14, in the gallery, 160 S. Water St. Masks are required for this event. Cash bar will be available.

The highly anticipated annual "Landscape Show" opens this month. The collection features various artists and highlights various styles, mediums and landscape interpretations.

 

Artists in this show include: Suzanne Brown, Kevin Hunter, Mary Ann Trzyna, Glenn Bodish, Len Biefeldt, Christopher Cudworth, Kirk Kirndl, Didier Nolet, Al DaValle, Carol Weber, Anke Korioth and Charles Franklin Sherrell.

Chicago area Fred Moss will exhibit his landscape work in the Chicago Capital Gallery. Many of his landscapes, well known in the Chicago area and Midwest region, capture the beauty of the United States National Parks.

For information, visit waterstreetstudios.org. Follow www.facebook.com/waterststudios or www.instagram.com/waterstreetstudios/.

Water Street Studios, founded in 2009, has become an integral cultural hub that draws, enriches and supports artists, experienced art teachers, talented students and the art and culture-loving public from all over the Fox Valley and beyond.

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