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2023 in Review



 Annual Members Show


Juror Mr. Richard Reeves, Jr Director of Arts & Culture at Hannon Center in Detroit.

Our members exhibit their finest work from the previous year. 

Showing: 1st Place "Screaming at Pigeons" Bill Littlejohn

2nd Place: "Shifforama" Christina Haylett

3rd Place: "Warm Fuzzies" Vianna Szabo

Honorable Mentions: "Layers" Roger Meeker

"Approaching Dusk" Sharon Will

"The Mother Earth & Humanity" Anne Furnaris

People's Choice: "Loving Dulche" Michelle Hunt


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 Annual Student Art Show

April 2023

Romeo teachers present the best work from their students, grades K-12 in this annual show.


Amanda Koss, Thomas Nichols, Suzanne Wilson

May 2023

Detroit based abstract artists Amanda Koss & Thomas Nichols join with Romeo based glass artist Suzanne Wilson to present:


Over the past two years, our ever changing world has brought significant challenges.  It has also provided a valuable opportunity for introspection on personal values, well-being and relationships.  Such thoughtful reflection can lead us to discover new aspects of ourselves, our beliefs and our abilities.  This exhibit presents the work of three area artists who have chosen to express such contemplations through individual works of art.

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 The Wandering Artist

June 2023

Clay Artist Carol Socks-Parker and members from the Sisters of the Brush

Carol Socks-Parker's organic clay shapes evoke the human form and nature in a unique way.

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 Over the Moon

July/August 2023

Summer Show, "Over the Moon" will depict our love with that heavenly body. Are you feeling over the moon? Are you in love with the night sky? Does the moon color your landscape and change your world in the nighttime? Come and see!


Open to all mediums. Juror is Laura Cotton, Curator of the Stamelos Gallery, UM Dearborn.

1st Place: "La Luna" Brenda Beene Shackleford

2nd: "It Was a Dark & Scary Night" Christina Haylett

3rd: "Moon Over the Marsh" Barbara Clay

Honorable Mentions:

"Jumping in the Air" Mino Watanabe

"The Premonition" Fay Akers

"Whispy Moon" Joyce Kilpatrick

"Space" John Quackenbush

"Moonlight Fairy" Crystal Jankiewicz


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62nd Annual Thumb Area Artists' Exhibition

September 2023 presented by  Romeo Guild of Art

1st Place: Fortune's Footsteps by Susan Kwolek

2nd: Molly by Kathie Bugajski

3rd: The Painter by Steven Lees

4th: Rainy Day in New York City by Leonard Russo

5th: Calm Waters by Sharon Toms

Honorable Mentions:

Gen 7 Sorrow by Brenda Beene Shackleford

Saving the Tradition by Debbie Marvin

Golden Light by Sharon Will

Starkweather Award: Max the Draft by Michele Hunt

RGA Award: Eyes on the Prize by Kim Frank Fujiwara

Popular Vote in person: Piano Pieces by Pamela Slomka

Popular Vote online: Hillside by Claudia Hershmann



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AArtists of the Korean American Cultural Center

October 2023



From Curator and Instructor: Vianna Szabo:

The Korean American Cultural Center of Michigan (KACCM)

 has successfully served the Korean Community since 1965. The

current center was purchased on March 25, 2002 and provides a

variety of Korean cultural activities, cultural exchange events,

health programs as well as education and counseling services.

Korean and English language classes are also offered.

The Artists of the Korean American Cultural Center had painted

together for seven years, mostly in oil, with Instructor Timothy

Widener.  I took over teaching them in October of 2021.  Young

H. Kim asked that I teach the group different mediums and

subject matter.  We have worked on color, plein air, studio

landscape and portrait.  

On a personal note, I am truly honored to be their instructor.  As a

group they are curious, hard working, supportive and a lot of fun.

As individuals I enjoy coaching and introducing each person to

new concepts that highlights their interests and strengths.


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