What’s happening in and around town in Arts/Entertainment.
Mixed media, paintings and framed pieces on display for the Addison Art Shows.
Joseph E. Mills has been producing original art work for most of his life, but it is only recently that he has been creating art for sale. His work reflects the abstract modernist sensibility he has been attracted to all his life. He has been inspired by a plethora of artists from different places and times in history. No one, however, holds a more significant place in his pantheon of artists and poets than his late twin brother John Mills. Joe has been a high school English teacher and, for the greatest part of his career, a clinical professor of Internal Medicine. He is also a poet, the father of Jess, the loving husband of artist and writer Fran Hillyer, and the true pal of their dog, Goldie.
Calling all Jane Austen fans â€“ and everyone else who loves a sparkling comedy about the entanglements of family, love, marriage, and money. Following the runaway success of her adaptation of Sense and Sensibility, playwright Kate Hamill returns to the immortal English writer with a fresh take on Austenâ€™s most famous novel. As the story of the Bennet daughters and their formidable social-ladder climbing mother unfolds, strong-willed Lizzie charts an independent course as she negotiates very mixed feelings about the aloof and seemingly snobbish Mr. Darcy. Hamillâ€™s imaginative and irreverent version of this literary classic makes Austenâ€™s deep insights into the foibles of human nature a theatrical treat you wonâ€™t forget.
Addison Art at the Conference and Theatre Centre.
Paintings, prints, watercolor and drawings.
Community College Group Show Artwork at the Addison Conference Center
Larry Brand oil paintings