There will be a hands-on portion to this- participants are asked to bring their own brushes to work on some prepared boards.
Sandie Bacon is a classically trained, versatile artist known for both her paintings and her large-scale mixed media work. Her artwork is in many personal and corporate collections including Jim and Wendy Abrams, the Coyne Collection, William Blair Foundation, Chicago Department of the Environment. Her collaborative artwork with John Hatlestad (through Chicago Sculptors Inc) is currently in front of the Peggy Notebaert Museum, their artwork for Lighthouse for the Blind is in front of the John Hancock Building, she is painting a series of large-scale murals for Sunset Foods and showing nationwide in galleries.
Sandie has an MFA(Maryland Institute Graduate School of Painting) and is a "working artist" for Golden Paints.
Since the exhibit isn't until next year, I do not need the actual pieces of artwork at this time. The exhibit at the Vogt Gallery will be the month of July 2019, and the reception will be I will be adding images to the Sisters Project Facebook page and start promotion of the exhibit in early 2019. Artists may choose to keep their finished pieces and donate to a charity of their choice in Donna's memory. These pieces may still be in the exhibit, even though they are not for sale.
Thank you to all of you who are taking part in this special effort to finish my sister's art and help support worthy charitable organizations with the sale of the finished art pieces.
If you have questions or concerns please call or email me.