The Northern Lakes Conference Middle School Art Show will open on Thursday April 6th and run through Sunday, April 9th, from 10am to 3pm daily, at the Three lakes Center for the Arts, 1760 Superior St.
On Friday, April 7th a reception will be held with complimentary beverages and snacks. This will be a time to view the wonderful art and meet the young creators. The local students are excited to display their creative talents at this annual event.
Students will showcase their abilities in drawing, painting, metalsmithing, airbrushing, graphic design and ceramics. They are residents of Three Lakes, Crandon, Wabeno, Laona, White Lake, Elcho, Pembine, Phelps, Florence and the surrounding area.
The students will show their unique view of life in the Northwoods through their artwork. Please support these local, young artists, enjoy refreshments, win prizes, and appreciate our colorful world!
Open to the public, free of charge. For info call 715-546-2299.
Marie joined our Board soon after it’s inception and took charge of operating the art gallery. She was magic in finding volunteers and artists to become involved with us. She gained the respect of members, artists, and customers with her quiet, humble, and professional commitment.
Her dry humor and positive attitude were uplifting. Some people are born to try and save the world, but Marie saved the day, over and over gain, with her simple, sensible, and sane approach to problem solving and advancing the TLCA’s mission. These traits made her a wonderful president and once she took the job, we wouldn’t let her quit.
She had a great sense of style, artistic flair, and creativity that led to many themes for parties, titles for events, and clever decorations. She also made great deviled eggs and never failed to bring them to many “Meet the Artist” receptions, along with hundreds of other snacks.
We honor Marie by naming our newly remodeled gallery that she so loved and managed, “The Marie Moore Gallery.”
Marie was – above all – a very humble person, so there was no gala or big celebration. The plaque on the wall in her cherished gallery is where she can be appreciated and remembered by all who visit and are missed. Thanks for the memories and all you did for us, Marie.