This week, we have another look at "Making Their Mark by Illinois Women Artists." We also preview the Peoria Riverfront Museum's "Gypsy Coeds Ride the Silver Streak," which has beautiful works that include quilts that have never been seen before.
This week, Channy Lyons has the final installment in our look at fall art exhibits in the Peoria area.
For this week’s Hidden Treasures we explore several different artists. The first is Gerda Meyer Bernstein with "Marginalized" at the Hartmann Gallery. Then we go to the Studios on Sheridan to see "ME," an exhibition of self-portraits. Lastly, we talk about "Making Their Mark by Illinois Women Artists from 1940-1960."
We preview two more upcoming art exhibits this week. First, at the Peoria Art Guild, we look at works by Joy Christiansen Erb and Trina Perry Carlson. These works are from the brilliant minds of a photographer and a mixed media artist. Then, we see "Postcards for Barbara" at the Prairie Center of the Arts.
Autumn on the Prairie: This week, we look at two more upcoming exhibits. Works by the Prairie Fiber Guild will be shown at the Peoria Library Art Gallery this October. Then we find ourselves at the Exibit A Gallery in October for "Double Vision: Hiram Torrasson and Rick Melby."