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I have heard from family, friends, art collectors, and many others how fabulous it feels to give someone they love artwork for gifts. Not only do you make the person you love happy by giving the amazing artwork, but you make it possible for the artists and artisans to continue pursuing their dreams.  This year, in the Cedar Avenue Studio building, we have expanded our annual Holiday Open Studio event to include guest artists, other small local businesses, children’s activities, as well as charity raffle opportunities. We hope you will join us between 10am-5pm over the weekend of November 8th and 9th!

Items available will be original artwork, jewelry, notecards, bookmarks, calendars, matted prints, framed prints, photography, and so much more. If you have any questions, you can email me at catie@catarzina.com.

We are so proud to also include Christine Welch of The Coffeecake Connection (website) who will be offering up her gluten free treats as well as taking orders for holiday delivery! She has agreed to offer discounts to those who come this weekend to place their orders and assures me she will offer Thanksgiving delivery as well.

1020 Cedar Avenue is located 1/4 mile east of Route 25 and one block north of Route 64 (Main Street). Our building is located behind Reber and Foley and we have plenty of parking available!  Hope to see you there!

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The Cedar Avenue Studio artists hosted a September Soiree in the Skylight Gallery space during the Charlie’s Center for the Arts weekend in St. Charles. Thank you to everyone who came!  A lot of artwork was sold off the walls as well as prints and cards.  It was a great time and something we hope to do again next year! Thank you to Anne Ressman Zabinski, Amy Furio, Laura Stoecker, John Granata, and Al DaValle for participating!

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As a kid, my family made an annual pilgrimage to Walt Disney World in Florida. For years I was so afraid of Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride because it was raucous and thrilling. This past month has been just as raucous and thrilling for me with a very successful show and a move to a new studio space. Now that the first day of summer has come…time to get busy!

NEW STUDIO!

I am proud to announce that I have partnered with another great local artist, Anne Ressman Zabinski to create Cedar Avenue Studio in St. Charles. Anne is an amazing abstract artist working in various mediums. She is also a member of the St. Charles Arts Council and currently has work showing in the SCAC neXt Gallery located at 228 W. Main Street, St. Charles, IL. Information on the SCAC neXt Gallery  can be found at http://nextgallerystcharles.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=featured&Itemid=101.

Cedar Avenue Studio is located in Suite 206 at 1020 Cedar Avenue just east of downtown St. Charles off of Route 64. We don’t currently have designated studio hours yet, but are always available by appointment. The studio has a gallery area in the front which is viewable through the large glass windows and the building is open Monday – Friday from 7a-7p as well as Saturday from 10a-3pm.  We can often be found working throughout the week so hope you’ll feel free to stop on by if you are in the area!  We are currently working on our Grand Opening to be held Saturday, July 20th with an Open House from 2-5pm and a Reception later from 7-10pm.

EXHIBITION AND SALE!

The show last month at Allen+Pepa, which ended 6/14, was fabulously successful. A heartfelt thank you to everyone who attended the opening night and also made appointments to see and purchase work after the opening night!!  Lane and Rebecca Allen were perfect hosts and provided such an amazingly creative space!!  Not only did half of the work on the walls sell, but I have received numerous commissions as a result too.  I delivered one particular commission this past week to Jane on behalf of her husband, Paul, to celebrate their 15th wedding anniversary! What an honor! Jane saw a piece, Sweet Ollie (small pink oleander painting), at the show and wanted to purchase it. Before the end of the night, Paul came over to ask me to do a larger painting for Jane using purple irises as the subject. It was a fun piece to create and wonderful to be a part of their celebration! Congratulations to Jane and Paul!

Jane and Paul Roden

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