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Local artists to display creative works
in "Oil & Glass: Visions Captured" exhibit

WYOMING – Original artwork by two local artists will be the focus of a community-wide arts event to be held next week in Wyoming.

"Oil & Glass: Visions Captured" is the theme of the art show that will be held Thursday, Feb. 19, at the Spirit and Praise Pentecostal Church, 5521 E. Viking Blvd., Wyoming. The event, which is free and open to the public, begins at 6:00 p.m. and will continue until 9:00 p.m.Oil & Glass - Visions Captured with Tree Croyle and Todd Clercx

The sponsor of this special community event is the Wyoming Area Creative Arts Community (WACAC), a nonprofit arts organization whose mission is to encourage creative expression, promote the networking of artists of all ages, and champion a learning environment that builds community participation in the arts.

With that mission in mind, WACAC is organizing monthly events to spotlight local artists. This month's "Oil & Glass: Visions Captured" event will spotlight the creative works of two local artists: painter and art instructor Todd Clercx and mosaic artist Tree Croyle. Both artists will be present during the show to answer questions and talk with guests.

Also, a musical program will be held throughout the evening featuring Greg Stein, local singer and songwriter whose music appeals to audiences of all generations.

In addition to the featured artists, members of WACAC will be present throughout the evening, mingling with guests to answer questions and to offer insight to budding artists, who will be encouraged to consider membership in WACAC.

For more information about "Oil & Glass: Visions Captured" and other WACAC events, visit www.wyomingcreativearts.org.

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For More Information Contact:
Eric Peterson at 651-238-0245