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Painter Scott Jay Marr of Studio Marr has been a supporter of Art Impact Project through his generous donations of artwork for fundraisers. He also, along with Andy Marr, created the incredible garden mandala pictured on our invite during one of our pandemic zoom session #WellBeingWednesdays. For The Benefit of Art: Art Show & Fundraiser, Scott donated “Love,” an acrylic painting on canvas with an abundance of color and sentiment. Scott: “Art allows me to reach inside myself.  If I can be free enough in the moments of creating, then I can find my voice in order to evoke emotion and discover the beauty in the world I seek.” Purchase tickets for our fundraiser at artimpactproject.org/benefit or at the link in our bio, where you can purchase ‘Love’ and spread the sentiment  in doing so. Check out Scott’s work at studiomarr.com. #ArtImpactProject #TheBenefitOfArt #WhatTheWorldNeedsNow #StudioMarr #LoveConquersHate #AcrylicPainter #IllinoisArtistImage attachment

September 26th, 7:43 pm

Painter Scott Jay Marr of Studio Marr has been a supporter of Art Impact Project through his generous donations of artwork for fundraisers. He also, along with Andy Marr, created the incredible garden mandala pictured on our invite during one of our pandemic zoom session #WellBeingWednesdays. For The Benefit of Art: Art Show & Fundraiser, Scott donated “Love,” an acrylic painting on canvas with an abundance of color and sentiment. Scott: “Art allows me to reach inside myself. If I can be free enough in the moments of creating, then I can find my voice in order to evoke emotion and discover the beauty in the world I seek.” Purchase tickets for our fundraiser at artimpactproject.org/benefit or at the link in our bio, where you can purchase ‘Love’ and spread the sentiment in doing so. Check out Scott’s work at studiomarr.com. #ArtImpactProject #TheBenefitOfArt #WhatTheWorldNeedsNow #StudioMarr #LoveConquersHate #AcrylicPainter #IllinoisArtist ... See MoreSee Less

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"Purchase love" but I thought love don't cost a thing? 😏 haha had to. The door was open. Beautiful artwork!

Through woodblock prints, Beth McKenna honors the peace and beauty of the places she finds most captivating: the rural midwest, the mountains, and the beach. Creating woodblock prints has enabled her to simplify her landscapes by focusing on masses of color and relationships of form. Each hand-pulled print is unique, with carved texture to express organic detail, and varied color roll techniques. Beth is involved with exhibitions at the Adler Arts Center and is a staff member at The Art Center Highland Park and Evanston Art Center.  She is also the Program Manager for Art Impact Project! Check out her artwork at bethmckenna-art.com and get your tickets for our fundraiser, where you can purchase her donated work, at the link in our bio or artimpactproject.org/benefit. #ArtImpactProject #AdlerArtsCenter #EvanstonArtsCenter #HighlandParkArtsCenter #TheBenefitOfArt #IllinoisArtist #WoodBlockPrintsImage attachment

September 26th, 8:57 am

Through woodblock prints, Beth McKenna honors the peace and beauty of the places she finds most captivating: the rural midwest, the mountains, and the beach. Creating woodblock prints has enabled her to simplify her landscapes by focusing on masses of color and relationships of form. Each hand-pulled print is unique, with carved texture to express organic detail, and varied color roll techniques. Beth is involved with exhibitions at the Adler Arts Center and is a staff member at The Art Center Highland Park and Evanston Art Center. She is also the Program Manager for Art Impact Project! Check out her artwork at bethmckenna-art.com and get your tickets for our fundraiser, where you can purchase her donated work, at the link in our bio or artimpactproject.org/benefit. #ArtImpactProject #adlerartscenter #evanstonartscenter #highlandparkartscenter #thebenefitofart #illinoisartist #woodblockprints ... See MoreSee Less

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Very beautiful, Beth!

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Meet Brennan Long. He chose Art Impact Project for his Eagle Scout Project and built us much-needed cabinets while building awareness of our organization during his presentation. Afterward, it was our turn to use social media to give Brennan the recognition he deserved!