Evaline Webb Show at Lynn House

Local artist Evaline Webb, a former art teacher for the Antioch recreation department, who was well-known for her artworks depicting Antioch and surrounding areas in the 1970s-90s, will be honored in memoriam with an exhibit at the Lynn House Gallery, June 4th – 25th. A reception will be held on June 4th, from 2-4 PM. Both the exhibit and the reception are free.

Evaline had a great love for art and was well known for her watercolors. She was active in her community; she co-founded the Delta Art Association in Antioch and was an honorary life member of the PTA. Many of her works of art can be found in Antioch homes and businesses. Her distinctive style and her ability to capture local scenery made her artwork popular. She also created the Antioch Historical Society logo, which is still used today.

Included in the exhibit will be artworks from former Delta Art Association members, Shirley Smith Diethelm, Nordyn Anderson, Kirby, Celia Huddleston, Kathleen Henderson, and Frances Rodriquez.

The Lynn House Gallery, 809 West First Street, is located in the Rivertown District (downtown Antioch) and is open Wednesdays and Saturdays, 1-4 PM. For more information visit http://art4antioch.org/Evaline_Webb_2011.asp, email Diane@Art4Antioch.org or call (925) 325-9897.

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