Public art by Wynn Yarrow installed at Penn State Milton Hershey Medical Center Children's Hospital. It was an honor to create two acrylic landscapes to nurture a healing environment for children and families. Many thanks to Claire, Betsy and the public art committee and to Fred for a nod in the right direction.
Images of Beulah Land in transformation are represented by the Creative Center, New York, NY and Artforce, LLC in the collaborative collection Still Life, Art by People Who Know Healthcare Best, created especially for arts in healthcare clients.
Visit the new Eldridge Park mural on the midway. Elmira, New York.
This project is made possible, in part, with public funds administered by the ARTS Council of the Southern Finger Lakes and funded by the New York State Council on the Arts. Additional funding by Eldridge Park Preservation Society and the City of Elmira.
Upcoming workshops at the Steele Memorial Library, 101 East Church Street, Elmira NY and Southeast Steuben County Library, 303 Centerway #101, Corning, NY. All workshops are free and include materials. Registration is required. Classes fill quickly. Please contact the appropriate library to register or for complete information.
Steele: (607) 733-9173
Southeast Steuben: (607) 936-3713
2017 ART JOURNEY: At Steele 6:30-8:00PM
February 22, 2017: Road map: Creative personal map drawing
March 23, 30, April 6,13: Detour: Step outside our journey to build drawing skills
April 10: Wish You Were Here: Create a book of imaginary postcards
May 16: Traveling Companions: clay figures
June 12: Snapshots and Selfies: watercolor and silhouette portraits
July 10: Tourist Attraction: fantasy clay buildings
August 14: The Long and Winding Road: puzzle landscape drawings
September 14: My Souvenirs: pattern and fold a box to fit your puzzle
October 5: Road Signs: painting on metal foil
November 28: Expect the Unexpected: monoprints
December 7" The All Night Diner: share recipes and bind a book
December 11, 2017 Home Again: exhibit of student work in library display cases and in program room
These activities are made possible in part by grants administered by the ARTS Council of the Southern Finger Lakes.