“Art in the Library” at Rochester College

“Ham Library on the campus of Rochester College is hosting an Art in the Library Reception for local artist Al Sonnenberg on Saturday March 14 from 7-9 pm.  Mr Sonnenberg studied at the Center for Creative Studies focusing primarily on color, design, and drawing. He worked for a number of years in visual marketing and store planning for several retailers including Dayton Hudson in Detroit and Minneapolis.  He and his wife, Linda, recently moved to Shelby Township from The Pointes. He was active in the Grosse Pointe Art Association and currently belongs to the Shelby Art Association.  Mr Sonnenberg works in oil, acrylic, graphite and wood. The artist states, ‘Drawing and painting allow me to relive moments of my life, escape to any place at a moment’s notice, and see reassuring evidence of God in the world around me. The trees and waters of Michigan and northern Ontario canoe country are an inspiration to me as they must have been for Tom Thompson and the Group of Seven in the early 1990s.’ Mr Sonnenberg’s art will be on display in Ham Library through May 2009. For more information call 248-218-2268 or e-mail akeller@rc.edu.”
                                     –From Ham Library’s Facebook page
(Rochester College Ham Library is located at 800 West Avon Rd., Rochester Hills, MI  48307).

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