Artists of the Westlake Garden Club

Paintings by members of the Westlake Garden Club, including "Lace Curtains" by Robert Pearl, pictured above, will be displayed in the Clague Playhouse lobby this month.

Some members of the Westlake Garden Club not only enjoy growing flowers in their gardens, they also paint them. If you visited the Cleveland Museum of Art’s exhibit "Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse," you know that many of the impressionist painters were inspired by their own gardens. 

Four artists of the Westlake Garden Club will exhibit their work in the lobby of Clague Playhouse for the duration of the show “Miracle on South Division Street.” The play opens to the public on March 11 and closes on April 3. The four artists featured are Lillian Bialosky, Bill Hock, Robert Pearl and Jean Smith. Each has their own unique style and works in watercolor, oil and acrylic. 

If you have not been to Clague Playhouse, this is the perfect opportunity to visit a Westlake landmark, enjoy a play and peruse the artwork in the lobby during intermission. Clague Playhouse is located at 1371 Clague Road. If you cannot make the play, the box office is open Wednesday-Saturday, 1-6 p.m., and the art exhibit can be viewed during those times. 

Artists interested in exhibiting their work should contact the box office. For more information or to order tickets for any play, call the box office at 440-331-0403.

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Volume 8, Issue 5, Posted 9:33 AM, 03.01.2016