Eagle’s Nest Art Group show opens at Byron Museum


BYRON — The Byron Museum of History hosted an opening reception recently for the Eagle’s Nest Art Group show. The show is open to the public through March 30, every Wednesday through Saturday, from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. The museum is located at 110 N. Union St. in Byron, IL.

The show includes 70 art pieces and features many different styles of oil, acrylic, alcohol ink and watercolor painting.  In addition, many exciting examples of photography are in the show.  Three-dimensional art is also included: glass work, gourd art, and stoneware objects.

If you would like to know more about this local art group and its other shows and program offerings, call 815-732-7783 and informational material will be sent out to you.

To learn more about the Byron Museum of History and its exhibits and activities, call 815-234-5031 or visit their website www.byronmuseum.org

The 80 members of the Eagle’s Nest Art Group, which was founded in 1957, are honored to display their work and celebrate local art at the Byron Museum for the sixth year.  The public is invited to visit this special show at no cost.