The Art of Bill Marsoun.
Bill will be present to close his show at The Phoenix for this current year.
He will address the group at 7.00 for a short time...
His Art. What Art means to him.
Bill will discuss the following topics:
- Which artists influence him the most today, and which artists have influenced him the most over this most formative years in his art career.
- Technique. How he learnt his technique.*
- His painting habits and routine.
- American Midwest art as a genre. Its importance and reach.
- His message to other artists.
- The places and galleries he has shown, and how he feels about them.
At the Phoenix Fine Art Gallery:
1530 Fifth Avenue. Moline. Illinois 309-762-9202 or 762-8547
Cocktails and Hor’s Devours
Doors open at 6.00 p.m.
Free and open to the public.
Dress code: business casual.
The Phoenix Fine Art Gallery specializes in
AMERICAN MIDWEST ART
CONTEMPORARY CULTURAL CONTINUATION IN AMERICAN MIDWEST ART: Please visit the Phoenix Art Gallery on line gallery: www.atthephoenix.com
Please stop by to see the work of the artists represented by The Phoenix Fine Art Gallery:
Photography by DARREN MILLER at the Dragon, adjacent to the Phoenix.
Artist showing at the Moline Commercial Club on the 2nd floor and in the Artisan Adventure are:
ANNA ENGELBRECHT: Midwest scenes: photography, gauche on canvas.
AMBER WILLIAMS: mixed media Midwest scenes
EKKEHARD STOEVESAND: The Mississippi river in our area. Tractors. Oil on canvas. Genre: German Expressionist Abstract.
ELSA ROMERO : Bolero Unique jewelry.
Contributions are tax deductible up to the limits of the law.
HUGH LIFSON: mixed media
ROBERT KAMECZURA: photography, ink and pencil on paper, and giclee.
The galleries will be open at 6.00 p.m. to 9. 00 p.m.
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The Institute for Cultural and Healing Traditions, Ltd.
1530 Fifth. Avenue. Moline. IL 61265