Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Meet the Morning Artist

Oak Park Avenue by Sherie Sloane
Watercolor on Paper, 18 x 24 inches.

Mark your calendar.

On June 27, the Vogt Visual Arts Center in Tinley Park, Illinois will have its Inaugural Juried Art Show and Sale from 10 am to 3 pm.  

Bring the family to meet local artists and tour the  beautiful Oak Park Avenue.  

I'll be there, so stop by and say hello.  See you there!


4 comments:

Ralph Ivy said...

Oak Park Avenue is good. I like cityscapes. Street scenes. Better than landscapes. It is because people interest me. Even if not in the painting I imagine them, myself, walking the sidewalk, on my way to catch a bus, get a haircut, even walk over to the fountain and see if anyone has dropped a coin in.

Thank you for your work.

Sherie Sloane said...

You're very much welcome Ralph, it's a pleasure sharing my love for art to fellow artists :)

Nothing Profound said...

Oak Park Avenue. Looks like a street I've never been on, but would like to. Quaint, old-fashioned, picturesque. Something from the turn of the century. The brick buildings, the fountain, etc., on a Sunday morning, emanating an aura of peace.

Sherie Sloane said...

Thanks for the comment, Nothing Profound. Your aphorisms are thought-provoking. Keep on writing, we're all waiting for your next post.

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