Members of the Creative Hands Art Group are in a joint exhibit at Hope Church Art Alcoves Gallery. The show includes a variety of media including watercolor, pastel, pen and ink, photography, acrylic and oil painting. The following artists are included in the exhibit.
Miriam Malenius, a lover of drawing and watercolors, uses the people and landscapes of Door County as her subject matter.
Aneta Schloemer, who came to the U.S. in 1959 from Poland, is particularly interested in photography. She received a camera at age 13 and took a photo of President Kennedy in a June 1962 motorcade in Milwaukee.
Charlene Vandertie Schinktgen lived in Door County all her life and focuses on animals in her French impressionist-inspired paintings.
Barbara Wagner came to Sturgeon Bay in the 1960s and paints with Aqua oils.
Cheri Stephan is a life-long Door County resident and soft pastel artist.
Margaret Gilbert is a watercolor artist who creates paintings, cards and more.
Dorry Wilner picked up art after retiring three years ago. She painted in acrylic and also likes digital photography.
The exhibit opened May 17 and continues through June 25. The gallery in Hope Church, located at 141 S 12th Ave in Sturgeon Bay, is open 9 am – 1 pm, Monday through Friday.