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The Holidays Are A Great Time To Support Local Artists
Tis the season to support local artists, and the Mobley Artists Open House event let’s you do just that.
From December 8th through December 10th, you can meet local Boise artists simply by taking a stroll down Mobley Drive. Four artists will open their studios to shoppers and art enthusiasts. You can sip cider and snack on cookies at 219 Mobley Drive while perusing the beautiful glass art created by Peggy Jo Wilhelm.
Contemporary landscape painter Rachel Teannalach will be hosting an open house at 305 Mobley Drive. Teannalach’s work is “ guided by the belief that the observation of nature revives our recognition of beauty and restores our sense of belonging in the natural world.”
Geoffrey Krueger is a professional landscape artist with work featured in public spaces such as the Boise Art Museum and the Boise Airport. His studio will be open at 431 Mobley Drive.
Jill Millward is a portrait and landscape painter with a studio at 417 Mobley Drive. A former gymnastic, Jill’s website says that she loves the “graceful lines of the human body.”
The Mobley Artists Open House is on Thursday, December 8, and Friday, December 9, from 5 to 8pm, and on Saturday, December 10th, from 12pm to 4pm.
- See more at: http://www.thinkingboise.com/blog/mobley-artists-open-house/
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