Watershed Illustrated


Photographs by Courtesy Image

“Fishing Along Sager Creek” is one of Julie Hayes’ works in oil.

Like the beauty of the watershed for which it is named, the Illinois River Salon hasn't gotten as much attention as it deserved in the five years it has existed -- until now. This fall, the juried show -- which includes more than 60 works by more than 40 artists -- moves from being a relatively small part of the annual Illinois River Watershed conference to standing on its own as a relatively large exhibition at Art Ventures in Fayetteville.


Illinois River Salon

WHEN — Through Nov. 26

WHERE — Art Ventures in downtown Fayetteville

COST — Free; artwork is for sale

INFO — Email juliehayesart@gmail.com

BONUS — A reception and awards presentation is set for 6-8 p.m. Nov. 16.

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