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Lockport artist Laura Wellmon of explains her work “Summer Tree” created with melted crayons during the opening reception of The Artist Guild of Lockport’s “Potluck” show Jan. 18 at the Flower of Life Art Gallery. Photos by Bob Klein/22nd Century Media
Patricia Manion Mulcrone, of Homer Glen, with her work “Silent Night” during the opening reception of The Artist Guild of Lockport’s “Potluck” show.
Exhibited artists pose for a photo during the “Potluck” show opening reception.
Kim Mylniec stands next to one of her original works, “Blue Promise,” on display at The Flowers of Life Art Gallery in Lockport as part of the “Potluck” art show Jan. 29. Benjamin Conboy/22nd Century Media
Lockport artist Larry Brogan with his Tarot-inspired work “The Hermit.” Bob Klein/22nd Century Media
Laura Wellman’s “Flow” (pictured) at the exhibit depicts abstract art. Photo Submitted
Larry Brogan’s piece “Venus de Medusa” at the “Potluck” show is a reimagining of the famous Venus de Vilo statue.
Abhinanda Datta, Editor
3:59 am CST February 4, 2020

Since 2014, The Artist Guild of Lockport has succeeded in forming a congregation of like-minded artists who use every ounce of creativity to produce works that are exhibited at its various shows during the year.

The “Potluck” art show, running through March 6, is the first TAGOL show of 2020, and Sue Buenger, artist guild president, said the exhibit has an “interesting variety of subjects and media.”