The Collinwood Painted Rain Barrel Project, 4/13

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Community Partnership for Arts and Culture Artists in Residence Grantee, local artist Linda Zolten Wood, was inspired by St. Clair's 'Year of the..." statue competition/ auctions, and Northeast Shores Development Corporation free rain barrel distribution for 25 Collinwood residents per year.
She and a jury of professional artists, selected from 25 area artists, who were called to create images inspired by lake sustainability, the North Coast and North Collinwood history.
She hopes to create yearly cycles of this competition and rain barrel painting workshops from the proceeds of the event; raising awareness for rainwater collection, lake conservation and the support of local artists.

Tickets:
$50 Patron
$25 General Admission
$15 Artist/Student

(Patron ticket receives an event gift basket)

Tickets available at: http://zoltenwooddesign.eventbrite.com/ and at the door, evening of the event - RSVP at zoltenwooddesign@aol.com.

Event Catering by Local Restaurants: Callaloo Cafe' (including Cash Bar), Spice Hound, Blitz BBQ, Sandy's Baked Goods, Willie's Famous Pies, and Chloe's Kitchen Diner.

The Collinwood Painted Rain Barrel Project Finalists (no particular order):

1) Rachel Strongoli
2) Marti Higgins
3) Michele Biondo
4) Scott Pickering
5) Christie H. Klubnik
6) Michael Greenwald
7) Milan Kecman
8) An'Angelia Thompson
9) Elaine Hullihen
10) A. Nancy Cintron




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