Open and FREE to the public. Oak Brook Public Library, 600 Oak Brook Road
James Winn grew up in Illinois, studied in Illinois and has spent his career painting the Midwestern landscape. He has also kayaked into the vast lotus beds of the Mississippi. There he found sharp contrasting patterns of shadow and colorful saturated light. Here there is no trace of man, just the primal exotic beauty of lilies, birds and frogs; a hint of Eden. Winn has had numerous one-person exhibits in Chicago and New York; he also exhibits regularly in Santa Fe, Milwaukee, and many other cities. Winn is represented in private, corporate, and public collections from The Art Institute of Chicago, The Illinois State Library, and the State Department in Washington, D.C., to regional museums and university collections. Winn is truly a master fine artist. Don’t miss James Winn’s very motivating and inspiring presentation on how to transform yourself from a painter to an artist.
Open and FREE to the public. Saturday, April 6, 10 a.m. Oak Brook Public Library, 600 Oak Brook Road