Posted - April 7, 2011
Eureka College Student Annah Sparks to Hold Senior Art Show
april 18 - 22
Eureka College student Annah Kraus Sparks of Washington will hold her senior art show titled “Freedom” April 18-22 at Denhart’s Washington Room, 111 Washington Square, Washington. The show will be open from
3 to 6 p.m. daily. Sparks will be present during those times.
Sparks’ exhibit includes photography and acrylic paintings that represent freedom in self-expression. Her paintings are inspired by the abstract expressionist movement and the works of Jackson Pollock.
“My style evokes a sense of movement, and my paintings demonstrate my passion to be free from the pressures of those around me and remain the person God created me to be,” Sparks said.
Sparks is majoring in art at Eureka College. An art exhibit is required of all art majors.
Sparks graduated from Eureka High School in 2005. She is a daughter of Jean Allen of East Peoria and Roger Kraus of Carlock.
Additional viewing times can be scheduled by contacting Sparks at
Acrylic painting by Annah Sparks titled "Leap of Faith" depicts a leaping dancer.
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