“Artist Arise,” the final exhibit of 2019 at the Wayne County Council for the Arts, 108 W. Miller St., Newark, is highlighting student work until Dec. 21.
The exhibit features pastel paintings, etchings, prints and figure drawings by students that attended classes at Wayne Arts this year, including children’s camp sessions and adult classes.
Judi (Palermo) Shumway is presenting “Rustic Renderings,” a collection of rustic-type buildings drawn with pen, ink and watercolor, in the Chris Fayad Members’ Gallery.
The Newark native uses various mediums, but prefers pen and ink. Her work has been commissioned by local businesses, colleges and individuals. Shumway said her favorite subject matter is older buildings, especially barns. Her drawings of Wayne County buildings can be found at the Community Co-op at Newberry, 46 William St., Lyons.
The open house reception will run from 4 to 6 p.m. on Dec. 14. Sharon SanAngelo, author of “The Lightning Within,” will sign copies of “They Brought Tarnished Secrets,” a fictional novel centered around World War II.
Wayne Art Gallery is open from noon to 3 p.m. on Fridays-Saturdays and by appointment. Admission is free. Call (315) 331-4593, email info@wayne-arts.com or visit wayne-arts.com for information.