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Save the Date for the Auction for the Arts!
September 28, 2019 ~ 5:30-7:30pm

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SUPPORT THE ARTS IN YOUR COMMUNITY.

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Thank you to our
hospitality sponsors!


Poolville Country Store

NEW!! Have a complete night out
and save with dinner and a show:

Show your EOH show ticket while you dine at Poolville Country Store and receive a 20% discount on your meal!

Show your Poolville dinner receipt at the EOH Box Office and receive 10% off your show ticket!


Fred's Inn

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Office & Gallery Hours: Tue.-Fri. 10 - 5, Sat. 12-3

No admission is charged for the galleries, but donations are greatly appreciated!

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Donna Lamour

West Gallery

June 22 - August 9





Event Date(s):

· Sat Jun 22 2019 1:00 PM eastern

When I was an art student in New York City, I was introduced to Chinese and Japanese art and design and became intrigued and enchanted from the beginning with the dramatic effect ancient masters achieved using simple homemade paper, ink, and brushes. The tools themselves have a rustic, beautiful esthetic and are a joy to work with. 

Later, I discovered the discipline that this kind of mastery requires as I endeavor to capture not only the outer appearance of a subject but its Ch’i, Tao… in the West we refer to it as energy, life force, or spirit.

As the artist did in the past, I continuously practice calligraphy eventually developing a mastery of line – the indelible mark of the inked brush. While I experience many lessons during the process of creating a painting, I wish to touch the viewer with an experience that relates to them, whether it evokes an emotion, memory, place, scene, or object. It is with a dancing brush I enjoy communicating the Chi I find in life. In the process, my art has become a symbiotic combination of Eastern and Western styles.



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