This November and December, the Village Hall Art Gallery will feature art created by three Meadowlake residents: Thomas Anderson, Sherri Lewis, and Olga Stokes. Their work consists of over 35 acrylic, charcoal, oil, and pastel pieces.
Thomas Anderson, a designer and builder by trade, works with charcoals and oil paints. He has always been interested in creative art and attended art school for a time. He also builds models of sailing ships and miniature libraries in cigar boxes and violin cases.
Sherri Lewis’s first love is music and she has spent most of her life writing music and lyrics, arranging choral music, directing choirs, and directing music for theater productions. She grew up drawing and using watercolors and returned to the canvas eight years ago with soft pastels, oil pastels, and oil paints. She loves the creative process of creating both music and art.
Olga Stokes grew up loving art and returned to it after retiring from a successful career in banking and wealth management. She has attended New Trier Extension and North Shore Art League classes, which guided her renaissance into the world of acrylic painting. She is thrilled to have awakened her long-dormant interest in art.
Please join us on December 6 for a gallery opening celebrating their work from 5:00-7:00 PM at Village Hall. You can also view the exhibit any time Village Hall is open, Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM- 4:30 PM from November 1-December 30.