DAVENPORT, IOWA (November 29, 2021) — The West Davenport Arts Council, in conjunction with Metropolitan Community Church of the Quad Cities (MCC QC), is hosting a wine and cheese art exhibition for local artists Sara Meyer, Karene Nagel, Wendy “Bingo” Fellenzer, Cathy Bolkcom, Cyndi Peterson, Sarah Robb, Jen Hansen, and Mona Ritemon on the evening of Wednesday, December 1, 6-8PM. These artists work in various mediums and styles and what unites them is their connection to Metropolitan Community Church of the Quad Cities (MCC QC).

Exhibit features oil painting, watercolors, photography, woodworking and wreaths and most are available for sale. “We are proud to have so many prolific and talented creative geniuses in our membership,” says the Reverend Rich Hendricks of MCC QC.

Light refreshments will be served. These artists’ exhibition opens that night and will be on display at MCC QC, located at 2930 Locust St in Davenport, through the end of December.

The West Davenport Arts Council Gallery Wall and MCCQC's permanent art displays are open to the public at Wednesday receptions 6–PM, on Sundays 10AM–1PM, and by appointment either through the Artists in Residence or the Pastor.

For more information about the artists or this exhibit, please contact artist Sara Meyer at semeyer71@gmail.com (563)2718488 or art coodinator Jennifer Robb at jennarobb0430@yahoo.com  (563)271-8872.

For more information about the West Davenport Arts Council, please contact Rev Rich Hendricks at 563.940.9630 or by e-mail at richdhendricks@msn.com.

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