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Art Opening: League of Milwaukee Artists Fall Members Show

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League of Milwaukee Artists

 Fall Members Show: "Painting...Music to My Soul"September 6-October 28, 2012

Artists Reception & Opening: Thursday, September 6th 5:00-7:00pm  Live music by guitarist John Stano

Anaba Tea Room is pleased to host the League of Milwaukee Artist’s Fall Members Show:“Painting…Music to My Soul.” Inspired by a song title or a piece of music, the subject matter and media of these two dimensional works is widely varied, as is the artist’s interpretation of their chosen tune. The show will be judged by well-known Wisconsin artist Frank Hoeffler, and awards will be given to some of the best works from this established group of artists. http://www.frankhoeffler.com

For nearly 70 years, the League of Milwaukee Artists has championed artistic creativity and actively contributed to our community. The League represents 130+ area artists creating two dimensional works in all types of media, a group dedicated to the promotion of visual creation, personal artistic growth and the expansion of the arts in our state, region and community. To learn more about the League, please visit http://milwaukeeartists.org/

 

Participating artists include: Bill Davis,  Audrey Dulmes,  Joyce Eesley,  Debbie Callahan,  Jay Batista,  Suzanne Eli-Germaine,  Marcia Hero,  Margret Schumann,  Ellen Gilbert,  Patty Heibel,  Donna Staats,  Lynn Rix,  Janet Roberts,  Jim Maki,  Mary Prince,  Melanie Vogel,  Sue Haislmaier,  Marcy Weinsheim,  Michael Tucci,  Pat Zandron,  Christine Sommerfelt,  Jean Pascek,  Barbara Friedman, Julie McMurray, Pat Siok, Nancy Lohmiller, Jack Pachuta and Barbara Sorenson Rambardt

Anaba Tea Room

Located in the lower level of Garden Room

2107 East Capitol Drive, Shorewood, WI 53211  ● Open Tues 11-5, Wed-Sat 11-9, Sun 11-3, Closed Mondays

For more  info, please contact:  Jamie Bilgo at Garden Room, 414-963-1657 Jamie@gardenroomonline.com

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