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ABOUT THE SHOW
The Northbrook Public Library is proud to present it’s 13th annual juried artshow. This year we sought works that embrace unconventional or repurposed materials and take the viewer to a place of uninhibited whimsy and wonder. We encouraged artists to suprise the veiwer in any media. Art was selected based on the merit of the art and how well the jurors felt it fit the theme.

The exhibition showcases 65 original works from artists around the nation. View the show at the Library from October 9 - November 20.
Exhibition opening gala: October 9 from 7-8:30 pm.

JURORS

Jay Ryan
Chicago-area printmaker, Illustrator and Owner of The Birdmachine printshop.
Rebecca Dudley
Chicago-area author/ illustrator.
Hank Finds An Egg.
GETTING HERE
Northbrook Public Library wordpress themes

From the North:
Waukegan south to Shermer. Right on Shermer to the stoplight at Church. Right on Church. Street curves past Sunset Foods. Go under the train underpass. Library is on the left side on the next corner.

From the West:
Lake-Cook Road or Dundee east to Pfingsten. Right (south) on Pfingsten to Cherry. Left (east) on Cherry. Library is on corner of Cherry and Cedar just before the train underpass.

 

From the Southwest:
294 north to Willow. Right (east) on Willow to Pfingsten. Left (north) on Pfingsten to Cherry. Right (east) on Cherry. Library is on corner of Cherry and Cedar just before the train underpass.

From the South (Chicago):
North on Edens (94) to Willow. Left on Willow to Waukegan. Right (north) on Waukegan to Shermer. Left on Shermer to the stoplight at Church. Right on Church. Street curves past Sunset Foods. Go under the train underpass. Library is on the left side on the next corner.

SPONSORS
Generous support and contributions were made by:
  First Place Purchase Prize sponsored by The Friends of the Northbrook Public Library
Second Place Prize sponsored by VISOgraphic, Inc.
Third Place Prize sponsored by The Northbrook Arts Commission
Viewer's Choice Prizes sponsored by Library Furniture International and The First Bank of Highland Park
 
 
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