On Tuesday evening, April 16, artist and educator Deborah Steytler will talk about how ideas become works of art while sharing her drawings and prints with the audience. As the guest of the Geauga Arts Network Group (GANG), Steytler will be speaking from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at Heinen’s Cafe, 402 Center Street in Chardon, Ohio. No reservations are necessary.
“I think the highest sort of life happens when people get together to make something new, get excited, do good work!“
Steytler has a BFA from Miami University and an MA in printmaking from Kent State University as well as a teaching license. She currently teaches art-related classes at Lake Erie College, Lakeland Community College, and Chardon High School. In addition to teaching and creating her own art, she is well known in the community for her work facilitating arts events such as Tremont’s unique “Drawn and Quartered” competition for illustrators and the upcoming Murray Hill Art Group landscape exhibit at Meyer Center. In explaining what drives her passionate involvement with the arts community, she reports, “I think the highest sort of life happens when people get together to make something new, get excited, do good work!”
The Geauga Arts Network Group is an ad hoc group whose mission is to promote communication, collaboration, and cooperation across artistic disciplines for artists living and/or working in Geauga County. For further information, contact Joanne Durante, 440-729-6481.