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Children's Art Exhibit at Villard Library

Villard exhibit 001.jpg Artist and Villard Library patron Jeanette Wright-Claus was inspired by an episode of the "Oprah Winfrey Show" in 2000 during which Oprah encouraged viewers to follow spirit by pursuing their passion. Ms. Wright-Claus began to create portraits, floral and abstract drawings and paintings. Soon Jeanette was exhibiting her art in many Milwaukee galleries.

With "Creative Dreams" workshops as her vehicle, Wright-Claus now aims to share positive creative change with children.

If you visit soon you'll be able to see the incredible paintings and pastels the Villard neighborhood children (ages 6-12) produced at their "Creative Dreams" art workshop this fall. They're on display at the library until Thanksgiving.

Villard Library is located at 3310 W. Villard Avenue.

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