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Photo | Marylou Bono Senior Center watercolorists and instructors pictured are (back row) Abby Ochs, Lynn Johnston, Shirley Rosencrantz, Clarissa Bazan and (front row) Karen Gillis and Karen Slagle.

Artistic Seniors at the Urbana Senior Center Visit the Senior Center at the Urbana library on Tuesday afternoons and you’ll meet a group of avid watercolorists and their enthusiastic volunteers from the Community Outreach Club at Urbana High School. Six…

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Where You Can Find Anything in Stained Glass Who knew that a glass wonderland was nearby and waiting to delight senses and inspire your inner artist in a unique way? Anything in Stained Glass, a family business owned by Urbana…

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Artist Matt Baker Enjoys Working the SwingShift The artwork of southern California native Matt Baker, on exhibit this summer at the Delaplaine Art Center’s satellite gallery on the lower level of the Urbana Regional Library, showcases both the local area…

Plein Air With Audrey Farnsworth

Plein air, a French expression made into an art form by the Impressionists, refers to creating art in the open air—to leave the four walls of inside and experience painting landscapes outside. It has recently grown in popularity, notably in…

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The Evolution of Art & Pen— Local Artist Finds her Niche Sheryl Massaro recently opened a new studio and gallery in the Griffin Art Center, Downtown Frederick. Named Art & Pen, it is a destiny that she has traveled toward…

Larry Witham, Renaissance Man

When I first read about Larry Witham, the artist currently showing at the Delaplaine Gallery in the Urbana Regional Library, Renaissance man immediately came to mind. The collection of oil paintings is a personal culmination of the varied yet interwoven…