EAST JORDAN -- An exhibition entitled "The Dog and Pony Show" is now open at the Jordan River Art Center.
More than 70 art works in all media including collage, woodcuts and linoleum prints, weavings, oils, watercolors, clay and bronze sculptures quilts, clothing, photographs, and mixed media.
Although not part of the show, also on display at the center is a Sept. 11 tribute by Sylvia Walworth and three of her grandchildren: Kyle, Neal, and Jamie. They made drawings, picked the most important aspect of their drawings, choose material to be most representative, and helped sew the hanging. There is a brief message about the art work.
Other artists participating are Jeffyn Gary Peterson, Karen Thumm, Karen Walker, Ken Thomas, Margaret Moran, Paula Cordes, Rebecca Hamlin, Richard Lentini, Roberta Amstad, Tom Winebrenner, Kathleen Glynn, Steve Toornman, Kathy Briggs, Paul Andrzejewski, Kyle Endicott, Melissa Zelanek, Mary Clagett, Roddy Dammeyer, Babs Young, Sylvia Walworth, Vivian Wanless, Jane Diller and John Stevens.
The show runs until Oct. 7, at Jordan River Arts Council, 301 Main St., East Jordan, and is open daily from 1-4 p.m. For other times and further information call Sylvia at (231) 599 3065 or Meredith Krell, co-curator at (231) 547-5923.