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Sweet Home City Hall art exhibit extended through April

A SHOCASE Arts Committee exhibit for Sweet Home artist Don Ross has been extended through April in the gallery at Sweet Home City Hall, 3225 Main St.

Visitors will be invited to enter a free drawing for the $200 “Sunset by the Lake,” which will be awarded at the end of April.

“Lake” is one of many paintings from Ross’ years as an artist and as a student of German painter Bill Alexander’s “wet-on-wet technique.”

Artists or craftspersons looking to show at the gallery are encouraged to contact SHOCASE chair Diane Gerson at [email protected].

“We want to expand our pool of artists and acknowledge the talented people in our community,” she said. “SHOCASE can assist artists in mounting a show. Let us know who you are.”

The City Hall gallery is open weekdays during regular office hours. Admission is free.

The Don Ross art show sponsored by SHOCASE in the City Hall Gallery has been extended through April, and visitors during April will be invited to enter a free drawing for an original Don Ross painting.

“Sunset by the Lake,” a framed $200 painting, will be awarded to the winner of the drawing which will be held at the end of April.

Ross’s show features paintings from his many years as an artist and as a student of the Alexander painting method. The Sweet Home artist’s work is centered around nature, and his subjects include animal life as well as landscapes.

Local artists or craftspersons who would like to show their work at the gallery are encouraged to contact SHOCASE Arts Committee chair, Diane Gerson at [email protected].

“We want to expand our pool of artists and acknowledge the talented people in our community,” Gerson said. “SHOCASE can assist artists in mounting a show.

“Let us know who you are.”