Yellow House Artists to present fall show
By PLANIT KANE - firstname.lastname@example.org
ST. CHARLES – The Yellow House Artists, an organization of artists who work in oil pastel or oil stick, will present the fall show “Color Redefined” from Friday, Sept. 13, through Oct. 5 at the Fine Line Creative Arts Center in St. Charles.
An artists’ reception will be from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Sept. 13 at Fine Line, 37W570 Bolcum Road in St. Charles.
Members of the group will demonstrate painting techniques using oil pastels and oil sticks during the reception.
The show will feature original paintings by 28 participating artists, including Laverne Bohlin of Aurora; Nancy Gatfield, Michael Lejcar and Gracia Stuessy of Batavia; James Gamboa of Des Plaines; Eileen Bosic of DeKalb; Carol Kazwick of Downers Grove; Judith Niemet of Elburn; Carol Zack and Ed Zack of Elburn; Mary Enck, Pam Hamilton and Donna Ostrye of Geneva; Carol Gorman of Glen Ellyn; Lillian Pagni of Hampshire; Anne Marie Piemonte of Hinckley; Maureen McKee, Sally Sharp and Roberta Sieber of Naperville; Pat Tuglus of Oak Brook; Sandra Antonelli, Jo Cawthra, Sandy Povall Smith and Teri Tossey of St. Charles; Deann Alleman of Sugar Grove; Bette Costello of West Dundee; Ellen Shelhamer of Wheaton; and Mary Hyatt of Yorkville.
Gallery hours are from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday. The artwork also will be available to buy. More information about the group and the medium can be found by visiting www.yellowhouseartists.com.
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