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Renton Municipal Arts Commission proudly presents artwork by local artist Cheryl Renee Long

June 25, 2013

Jennifer Davis Hayes
, Community Development Project Manager 425-430-6589
Preeti Shridhar, Deputy Public Affairs Administrator 425-430-6569
Carco Theatre

The Renton Municipal Arts Commission proudly presents an exhibit by local watercolor artist Cheryl Renee Long from July 1 to August 9, 2013. A reception will be held on Saturday July 20, 2013, from 1 pm to 4 pm.

Cheryl attended the Burnley School of Professional Art in Seattle, Washington State University, and Linfield College in Oregon. Her work is displayed in several northwestern galleries and at major art shows and exhibitions.

Cheryl states, “My father was an early naturalist/photographer and an avid birder. My mother is a textile artist. Both influenced me profoundly. My goal as I paint is to share my deep connection with nature with those who see and purchase my art. My hope for my students and patrons is to offer them my view of joy and life through my art."

For more information about the artist: visit www.TeachStreet.com or www.CherylRLong.com.

Carco Theatre, adjacent to the Renton Community Center, is located at 1717 Maple Valley Highway at the intersection of I-405 and Maple Valley Highway.

For more information about the Renton Municipal Arts Commission, visit ArtsCommission.rentonwa.gov