Friday, May 29, 2015

Arts Council of White Lake . . .



photography  watercolor  oil  acrylic  prints  cards

creative mosaic

weaving   fabrics   textiles  

featured artists

The featured artist in the gallery
from May 19-June 5
is nationally known illustrator/author
North Muskegon Michigan resident
Lori Eslick
Lori enjoys the beautiful white sand beaches
and painting out in the open air at Lake Michigan.

ceramics  glass  pottery

is a vital and vibrant part of western Michigan and the lakeshore
the council features and supports
 many art, music, theater offerings for
children, youth, adults
The Gallery, Nuveen Center, Council Offices
are located in
Whitehall, Michigan
children, youth, adult classes
 theater events
junior strings
chamber music
guitar fest,
art walk
are some of the happenings
White River Gallery
features West Michigan artists.
This Cooperative Gallery includes a wide variety of
distinctive art in varying media.

Artists are juried
into this large gallery where they can
exhibit and sell their work.

New artists are featured frequently.
The Arts Council has been around for 30 years or so.
The Gallery has been around about 18 years.
and the Nuveen Center about 12 years.

A member of the Arts Council has benefit
of the many events the council provides.

People from all over the country have become
Arts Council of White Lake members.

You too can join, you'll receive the quarterly newsletter
and benefit from meeting new artists
and the many artistic related events.

Memberships can be attained here. 

If you are traveling in our area
please stop in to the
White Lake Gallery, Nuveen Center,
 council offices for a visit.
We would love having you!
Until next time,
Love, Lynne
(this post was provided solely by me and not a request from the arts council)

Thursday, May 28, 2015

Walking the Channel . . .

a beautiful morning for a walk at the channel
I met a friend there this morning and we walked out to the red lighthouse
gorgeous day, smooth waters
Muskegon Michigan South Pierhead Lighthouse,
for the first time since the lighthouse was built in 1903
it will be open for regular summer public tours.
I am going back to walk the many steps to the top
and plan to invite "that guy of mine" to join me.
How about that blue fence
I thought it was perfect for
a thank you to Theresa for hosting good fences
thank you for visiting me
and for your comments too
until next time,
Love, Lynne

Monday, May 25, 2015

Memorial Day, Hampton, Iowa . . .


 One of my favorite views ever
is to see the flags flying in the cemetery
in the town where I grew up. 
I was chatting with a high school friend of mine today
and I happened to say,
"If you have a chance to catch a picture of the
flags flying in Hampton today, I would love a picture."
My friend Carol never disappoints,
shortly after, these photos arrived
in my email box.
Remember and Regard
Our Fallen Heroes
Hampton Iowa Cemetery
5. 25.15