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October 1, 2009

October, 2009

What’s New
~ Current Displays; STAA’s member gallery and SAL’s "A Change of Seasons" show
~ Upcoming Displays; BLAC Fall Show, ARTober Fest
~ New Paintings; “Love Rain Down,” “421,” “Sandhill Crane” “Afternoon Woods II” and “Brold”
~ Photo on front page of St. Tammany News
~ Superstation WGN "My America" Photo Contest Finals

Lana’s works are still on display at the St. Tammany Art Association Member’s Gallery and now at Slidell Art League’s “A Change of Seasons” juried show (until Oct. 13.) She will also have works at Bayou Lacombe Art Center’s fall show at the Heart Hospital on Sept. 26-27. After that, the Abita Artists group that she founded will hold their first show, “ARTober Fest,” at the Abita Springs Trailhead Museum on Oct. 9-11. A “meet the artists” reception will be held on Oct. 11.
Her “Juvenile Bald Eagle” photo was featured on the front page of the St. Tammany News on Aug. 21.
Final voting for Superstation WGN’s “My America” photo contest has begun. She hopes "Bayou at Northlake" ends up in the top three, to help replace her recently deceased camera.

New Works
Lana completed 4 new acrylic paintings in the past month; “Love Rain Down,” “421” (shown at left,) “Sandhill Crane,” “Afternoon Woods II” and “Brold.” Despite the untimely death of one of her cameras, she also got some photos of an alligator (among other things,) during a recent hike at Northlake Nature Center.

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Lana Gramlich
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