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New Collection by Local Artists Featured at Huntington Bank

Posted Feb 12th, 2009 by Annette Jensen  Category: Arts & Entertainment, Toledo.com

 

PRIZM Creative Community a local non-profit 501 (c) (3) for education, service, and collaboration in the arts has installed a new collection of works by local artists at The Huntington National Bank located at 1001 Sandusky Ave. in Perrysburg. As part of Prizm’s ART IN PUBLIC PLACES PROGRAM, local artists will showcase their work to the general public in selected community venues, rotating the display every six-weeks to two months. Featured work can be viewed by patrons and guests during normal business hours at The Huntington National Bank. Most of the paintings by area artists are available for purchase.

The recently installed display features a wide selection of styles. Darlene Krohn has created two landscapes in Oil which are titled “Winter Silence,” and “Winter Scene,” while Kitty Patty’s charming oil painting is titled, “Finished Sledding.” Maureen DeRonge’s work includes a pair of landscapes executed in Watercolor called “A River Runs Through It,” and Snow Storm.” Nancy Wiser captures the delicate look of a snowflake in watercolor, and a vibrant rendition titled, “Winter Tree.” Nancy Stonerock is showing a feature in watercolor titled “Tree Shadows,” while Bob Krohn is featuring two of his best photography selections including “Runner with Trees,” and “Winter Garden.” Rounding out the display with charm is Ronnie Geboly’s pastel portrait of childhood titled “Snow Girl.”

For more information on upcoming PRIZM exhibitions and educational workshops please contact prizm@bex.net or call 419-872-8730.

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