HANCEVILLE, Ala. – The Evelyn Burrow Museum at Wallace State Community College has extended the exhibition featuring paintings by local artist Elizabeth St. John through July 10.
The works in the current exhibition are a joyful introduction to spring, perfectly suited to the space, museum staff say. They are bold and colorful, some abstract and some representational, taking their inspiration in large part from nature.
While best known as an accomplished equestrian, who serves as a Master of the Mooreland Hunt and Hope Horses board member, St. John has mostly kept quiet the fact that she is also a talented artist.
St. John has decided to donate the proceeds from the sale of her work in this exhibition to charity. She and husband Bill St. John, of St. John & Associates, are longtime supporters of the Wallace State Future Foundation. Funds generated from this exhibition will go entirely to the Future Foundation to support scholarships.
Works can be purchased via https://auctria.events/elizabethstjohn.
The Burrow Museum is regularly open to the public Tuesday through Friday from 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. and select Saturdays. Admission is always free.
For more information about the Burrow Museum visit www.burrowmuseum.org or call 256-352-8457.