A Horse of a Different Color

A Horse of a Different Color

Featuring new work by local artists: Judie Anderson, Mary Lynn Anderson, David Barista, Doris Barnes, David Barsotti, Megan Bogusko, Kathy Broderick, Dalton Brown, Baird Campbell, William Cazares, Ruby Clover, David Daruszka, Meg Simmerling Faeh, Juliette Gainer, Jim Hardiman, Melva Hazard, Barbara Majeski, Amy Malysa, Tom Olson, Amy Roach, Joan Each Rowan, Mathias Schergen, Ben Schlitz, Jennifer Tryban, Katie Uza, and Joy Walsh. Additional work is featured at O’Rourke’s Office.

Raffle proceeds support Victory Reins Therapeutic Riding Center, which provides specialized therapy for children and adults with physical, emotional, neurological, or psychological special needs. Tickets are $5 each or 5 for $20. Prizes include a “beertail” party with food & craft beer pairings, donated by Chef Alvin Green, items by local artists, and more.


March 31, 2015 | 7–11:00 p.m.

Horse Thief Hollow 10426 S Western Ave Chicago, IL 60643

Artisan-Crafts
  • Jane Forrest Zia
    Jane Forrest Zia

    My art is chemistry. Nature is my inspiration. Out of my desire to pursue a clean lifestyle for myself and my family, I began to create my own personal care products. I use all high quality plant based ingredients to formulate soap, lotions, balms and body sprays.   Our Secret Garden  

Mixed Media
Pottery
  • Daniel McCabe
    Daniel McCabe

    Artist’s Statement I like drawing. I like painting. I like making pots. I like smashing all that together! My work is meant to celebrate life! 2021 Beverly Art Walk venue:  Tranquility Hair Salon See more: http://www.mccabeclay.com @mccabeclay @mccabeclay   Running Dog Pottery  

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  1. Please join us for the Alliance’s next Local Art on Tap opening. Not only is it an amazing show, but it will support a great cause. Raffle ticket sales will support Victory Reins, a therapeutic horse back riding program in Peotone where more than 20 children with autism from Beverly attend on a regular basis. And, I will be a guest bartender – all tips I receive will support the Alliance. Please support both generously and invest in our great Beverly community.

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