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CCAC to showcase work by Creative Makers of PA Wilds

PHOTO PROVIDED A fused glass piece created by Kathleen Schnell that will be on display at The Station Gallery.

LOCK HAVEN — The Clinton County Arts Council will be showcasing work by the Creative Makers of the PA Wilds as part of the “Creative Makers of the Pennsylvania Wilds — A Traveling Public Art Show.”

The PA Wilds Center for Entrepreneurship, Inc. and Wilds Cooperative of Pennsylvania are helping showcase the exhibit in three venues across Lock Haven, including The Station Gallery at 2 E. Bald Eagle St.

“Our exhibit shows invited artists from Clinton and Lycoming counties who are PA Wilds juried artisans and Creative Makers,” CCAC President Carol Cillo said. “We wanted to show the actual artwork completed by those who were covered as Creative Makers by the photographs for the PA Wilds.”

The photographic images will also be featured in the studio as well, Cillo said.

Creative Makers that will be featured include:

PHOTO PROVIDED A piece from Tom Svec’s stumpy series that will be on display at The Station Gallery.

— Steve Bower – painting and ceramic/metal sculpture

— Carol Ann Simon Cillo – painting and ceramic/sculpture

— Mark English – metal sculpture

— Kim Gates Flick – pastels

— Steve Getz – oil painting, digital painting and graphic arts, sculpture

PHOTO PROVIDED “A Stone Sparrow’s Nest” by Kim Gates Flick.

— Lynn Kibbe – scratchboard

— Kathleen Schnell – fused glass

— Tom Svec – fine woodwork/furniture

— Perry Winkler – watercolor

“In additon to these PA Wilds artists, local carver Steve Miller will be showing his duck carvings,” Cillo added.

PHOTO PROVIDED A piece by metal sculpturist Mark R. English that will be on display at The Station Gallery.

“Much of the artwork will be for sale, and many of the artists will be present to talk about their work with those who visit the gallery,” she continued.

An opening reception will take place this Friday, Sept. 13 from 6 to 9 p.m. The public is encouraged to attend.

The exhibit will be open from Sept. 13 until Oct. 5.

PHOTO PROVIDED “Refreshing” by Lynn Kibbe.