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Jason Lindsey is a world renowned photographer, contributor to magazines, director and artist.His studio is located on Main St. in Mahomet, however he is frequently abroad documenting life and nature in far flung areas of the world. Jason will be showing prints on gallery wrapped canvas of his Sangamon River Project.
Elizabeth VanHoutan McDermith spent 20 years as a highly sought after Decorative Artist and instructor in Central Illinois and Missouri, with her work in restaurants, banks, hotels and some of the most exclusive homes in the region. Retired from scaffold work, Elizabeth is now the owner of Yellow & Co. and will be showing embellished acrylic pours on canvas and wood, and silhouettes on wood.
Mikayla Murray is an emerging artist in the Decatur area who uses fanciful color and pattern to convey joy and happiness on canvas, paper and objects. Her modern and abstract work is rooted in brush work and unique color combinations.
Megan Peters is a Mahomet resident and artist who is a frequent favorite at Hobnob Market and other regional art shows. She has carved a name for her self with heavily textured acrylic paintings on canvas and books. Megan is known for her whimsical florals, painted quotations and soulful images.
Please come and enjoy these thought provoking works of fine art in our beautiful shop at 604 E. Main Street, Suite C in Downtown Mahomet.
Works of art shown at this Festival will be available for purchase.
Sunday, April 7th, 12-4pm