Art work abounds this month in the Meeting Room and the exhibit cases. Check out the "Warm Up America" samples of crocheted and knitted items in the Meeting Room. There were too many to display as there were a total of 179 items made during July and August. All will be donated to local non-profit agencies.
Two very talented artists fill the Meeting Room walls with paintings. Rosie Reilly amd Gay Lynette Morris offer a variety of subjects from botanicals to scenery to portraits. They use acrylics of bright, bold colors on canvas as well as on silks.
Finally, a talented sculptor, Lillian Alberti, fills the exhibit cases with whimsical dolls made of papier-mache and finished with detailed, hand-sewn costumes. Each of these one-of-a-kind dolls has unique expressive qualities and offers its own story.
There will be a reception, Saturday, September 17, from 2 - 4 PM to meet the three artists. Lillian Alberti will demonstrate the creation of her dolls beginning at 2:30 PM. The public is invited.