On Saturday, March 5th at 4pm, Liz Ann Lange Art & Design Studios will be hosting their first open-house style studio event in the Lower Level of Landmark Suites at 604 Erie Ave., Sheboygan.
The studio will open its doors to the public at 4pm, and the event will continue through the evening until 10pm.
There will be artwork on display, live acoustic music, snacks, and refreshments.
The acoustic guitar music will be performed by Tom Lange, the artist’s father, singer-songwriter, and drummer for the local bands El Dorados, and Ricky Rabine & The Rays.
Visitors of this event will have the chance to step inside the studio of a working artist, and enjoy socializing in a friendly environment.
The studio is located in the lower level of a repurposed church. This building, called Landmark Suites, is also home to a variety of salon and massage businesses.
This event is free and open to the public.
Visitors planning to attend are encouraged to bring a donation for Safe Harbor of Sheboygan.
Visit this link to see a list of items the shelter is in most frequent need of.
Liz has an open-door policy, enjoys discussing her art making process, and is happy to show visitors her new workspace.
Liz Ann Lange Art & Design Studios is open Mondays & Tuesdays from 12-4pm, and by appointment.
To arrange a visit, contact Liz at: