From encouraging creative thinking to reducing stress, we believe there’s a big place in our lives for art. That’s why we display the artwork of local and regional artists from Greater Peoria in our gallery. We are very proud to support their work and encourage other artists. If you or an artist you know would like to be featured, call (309) 689-1406.
With my mixed media work, I'm moving from a photographic documentation of something to a fluid impression or memory of a place that is timeless.
See more at lorireedart.com
Cathy Engberg is a figurative oil painter known for her playful compositions which are filled with light and color and celebrate life's simple moments. She was raised in the Chicago suburbs and is now living and working in Peoria, IL. You can find her most days in her studio which is located at North Art Studios.
See more at cathyengberg.com
A Central Illinois native, regionalist photographer Steve Wilson has exhibited images of Central Illinois from Portland OR to Laguna Beach, Minneapolis to Wichita, and Rhinelander WI to Washington D.C. From rural communities, along back-roads, and once-thriving urban neighborhoods; these are his vistas. With a strong affinity for design, Wilson is hopeful his photographs are reminders of humanness, culture, and community.
See more at stephencurtiswilson.com
This month's featured artists are a group of students who study under Jeanna Fearon. Stop by to see their pieces in person... 2021 calendars featuring their artwork is available for sale! Pictured to the right is a painting by Zoë Raher.
Jeanna is an art teacher and Registered and Board Certified Art Therapist, who also creates her own artwork. Recently, she has been experimenting with pour-painting her backgrounds, where she discovers a variety of magical creatures lingering within the paint. Mermaids, fairies and animals emerge and come to life... many with powers derived from water, fire, earth and air. She very much enjoys the element of magic and spirituality that is often connected to the experience of making these pieces.
See more at jeannafearon.com