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Diverse Show Explores the Human Condition PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Johanna Welzenbach-Hilliard   
Tuesday, 05 April 2005 18:00
Cedar Rapids resident Priscilla Steele had entered a pair of drawings into the 29th Annual Rock Island Fine Arts Exhibition competition. She felt that the two figures related well to one another and that, together, they strongly represented her artistic talent.

 
Soft-Spoken but Powerful PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Johanna Welzenbach-Hilliard   
Tuesday, 22 March 2005 18:00
Pat Edwards is a small, soft-spoken woman, and her oil paintings are also small and soft-spoken. However, there is a quiet power in her person and in her work. The Catich Gallery at St. Ambrose University is currently featuring Here and There, an exhibit of her paintings that will be on display through April 22.

 
Garden Show Welcomes Spring PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Johanna Welzenbach-Hilliard   
Tuesday, 15 March 2005 18:00
The Quad City Arts Center’s Garden Show is a bright and cheerful exhibit that invites spring to come and stay a while. All participating artists were juried by Quad City Arts after a call for entry. The seven artists selected for the Garden Show were invited to take part because of the common theme in their art – flowers and nature.

 
From Everywhere and Nowhere PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 15 March 2005 18:00
Hella is a band from Sacramento, California. But Zach Hill wants you to know that Hella is also a person. Sort of. Hella is “a musical thing that became a person unto itself,” Hill said. “There’s such an evolution.

 
Sophisticated and Fun Work Emerges from Mismatched Artists PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Johanna Welzenbach-Hilliard   
Tuesday, 15 March 2005 18:00
When I walked into MidCoast Gallery West in Rock Island to see the current exhibit featuring works by B. Thomas Lytle and Steve Banks, my senses were bombarded. I was overwhelmed by the number and disparateness of pieces on display, and didn’t really know where to begin.

 
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