Friday, November 11, 2011
Christy Martin's artistic photography work will be on display until Dec. 30.
Christy Martin remembers riding around in the back seat of her parents’ car as a child and looking out the windows. She said she would see something interesting and think, “That would make a good picture.” “That’s just how I’ve always thought,” Martin said. “As I get older, that has intensified and there are times that I see pictures everywhere.” Martin, an O’Fallon resident, artist and photographer, currently has her work on display at the O’Fallon Cultural Arts Center Gallery at the Renaud Spirit Center (RSC). The exhibit launched on Nov. 4 and will end Dec. 30. Martin said that art enthusiasts can expect variety from her exhibit. She said that while a lot of the exhibit is focused on landscapes of the local area, she has also included …
Monday, May 23, 2011
On Sunday, the St.Charles County Arts Council presented their first Art on the Boardwalk event.
Local artists put their talent on display for the St. Charles County Art Council's first Art on the Boardwalk event on Sunday. Barbara Marshall, president of the arts council said the purpose of the event was to raise awareness about the organization, promote local artists work and to raise money for the council. Despite the Saturday cancelation in anticipation of bad weather, Marsall said she was still pleased with the turn-out and plans to make the event annual. Thirteen artists signed up for the free event and each donated a piece to be auctioned on Saturday night at the Lillian Yahn Gallery. All proceeds will benefit the St. Charles County Arts Council. As of Sunday afternoon, Marshall was unsure how much money the silent auction …
Wednesday, February 9, 2011
A roundup of the region's major developments for Friday.
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