SHOWING NOW UNTIL JANUARY 13
IN THE GALLERY
ANNETTTE RUSSO brings us her exhibit of "Reigning Cats and Dogs" consisting of much more than cats and dogs created in stoneware. You will find an elephant, a mouse, acrylic paintings in abstract and non-objective the walls, and crowns to go on a few of the animals. It is a fun show to view.
A "Tribute to Sue McConnell" shows the 2-dimensional works of Sue who passed on in June but was a big part of the group of artists called The Painted Ladies, Artists with a View. Most were created when the group was together a day each month or the plein air painting times taken once a year .
IN THE MAIN HALL
Religious works varying in size and mediums displayed are by Carol Kessler and done over the past 10 years or less.
IN THE BEAUX ARTS BALLROOM
Besides the works of Carol Kessler, both 2- and 3-dimensional, and the permanent exhibit of the Illinois Student Art Association, Rembrandt Society, the south end is designated for junior work.
A new addition to this large room is the recent creations of Art Talk Tuesday. This display will change as new pieces are finished.
This area also houses the photo screens of Leonardo da Vinci painting the Mona Lisa and van Gogh's Sunflowers in which people may be photographed with their faces in the spaces provided in order to become someone or something else.
A big draw to viewers in this room are the creations by Shelbyville students in Mrs. Cole's art classes. With an explanation of what was introduced, many adaptations were made as shown by each piece that was selected by Mrs. Cole for this exhibit.
- Starting Friday, November 3rd, 2017, repeats every day until Saturday, January 13, 2018 — all day