Posts Tagged ‘exhibition’


FAM – 11th Regional Juried Exhibition

November 12, 2014
Oak Ridge Morn #2; Oil on Canvas 36 x 48

Oak Ridge Morn #2; Oil on Canvas 36 x 48

Bin Deere, Done That 2; Oil on Canvas 36 x 48

Bin Deere, Done That 2; Oil on Canvas 36 x 48

Oak Ridge Morn #2 and Bin Deere Done That #2 have been accepted into the 11th Annual Regional Juried Exhibition sponsored by the Freeport Art Museum. The exhibition runs from November 22, 2014 through January 10, 2015. The museum is located at 121 North Harlem Avenue Freeport Illinois ( 815-235-9755).


Holiday Art Presence

November 28, 2012

Springs’ Autumn; Oil on Canvas 8″ x 10″

Two of my original paintings, Springs Autumn and October on Clinton – Study have been accepted into the  Holiday Art Presence. This event is hosted by Art Essex Gallery, Essex, CT. This exhibition and sale of small works runs from December 1 – 31, 2012.

October on Clinton Street-Study; Oil on Canvas Panel 9″ x 12″


Regional Survey of Art 8

February 10, 2012

The following article appeared in the Thursday February 9, 2012 edition of the Sauk Valley Media.

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Rockford artist Tom Linden’s oil painting, “Rock Cut Trail,” will be among the works on display in “Regional Survey of Art 8,” The Next Picture Show’s annual show and sale that features the works of artists from throughout the area. It runs March 2 through April 7 at the downtown Dixon gallery. Go to to see more of Linden’s work. (Submitted photo)
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DIXON – The original works of 40 area artists will be on display and up for sale at “Regional Survey of Art 8,” the annual fine arts exhibit that opens next month at The Next Picture Show.

The show, which features 2-D and 3-D art, opens with a free artists reception from 6 to 8 p.m. March 2. Melody and Faith Hemmer will provide music.

“This show is important, because with it we identify current trends in the Rock River art community,” Bonnie Kime, executive director of TNPS, said in a news release. “The exhibit artists will include many local favorites, as well as some new faces.

“We’ve made the regional survey show part of our annual schedule because people enjoy it so much. Because it is open to several mediums, we get a nice variety of art.”

The show’s judge is Don Brown, of Warrenville, who was born and raised in central Illinois and whose work reflects the small town, semi-rural environment that always has been a part of his life.

TNPS also will show the works of member artists Shirley Guay, March 1-15, Kathy Blunk, March 16-31, and Barry Mayworm, April 1-15, at the front of the gallery, while the lower level
will feature the works of Byron’s Mary Morgan Elementary pre-K through 12-grade classes, taught by Diane Conroy.

Rockford artist Tom Linden’s oil, “Rock Cut Trail,” shown above, will be among the works on display in “Regional Survey of Art 8.”

The nonprofit gallery, 113 W. First St., is open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. Admission is free. Go to or call 815-285-4924 for more information on its shows and events.