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Color My World


Join us in celebrating the beautiful work of local artist: Jan Romeiser. Her paintings will be hanging in The Rusty Brundage Memorial Art Gallery from Sunday, March 17th - Sunday April 28th.

An opening reception will be held Sunday, March 17th from 1-4pm (snow date: April 7th 1-4pm).

This event is free and open to the public!



Gallery Hours:

**Through March 31st, The Cheshire Union is on winter hours:

Monday, Friday and Saturday 10-5 and Sunday 12-5


**We open full time again starting April 1st!

Monday through Saturday 10-5 and Sunday 12-5.


**You may wish to see the exhibit when a class is not in session. View our class schedule at: www.cheshireunion.com/calendar.


About Jan:

"Painting has become an important part of my life again. I had painted in high school but, did not pursue it. After graduation, life took me in a different direction. I hadn’t picked up a brush very often for over 32 years. In 2005, my adult daughters gave me what I needed to start again. It was slow going, but it felt good to be painting again.


In 2009, I started painting under the watchful eye of Pat Rini Rohrer at her gallery/studio in Canandaigua. Through the gallery I have taken classes and workshops from other great artists to help me improve and grow.


In 2011, I discovered Plein Air, the art of painting outside, painting what you see, the natural colors of the world.


I am a member of Ontario County Arts Council, Penn Yan Art Guild, The Dove Block, and Western Wayne Art Group.


So, whether I’m outside painting God’s beautiful creation or man-made structures, or in the studio painting from a reference photo, I am thankful for the opportunity to paint."

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