Todd Stokes Featured at Gaslight Art Colony

Gaslight Art Colony is pleased to present the artwork of Todd Stokes. His show “Yardwork” can be seen beginning Friday evening, July 19th from 7-9 p.m., during the City of Marshall weekly band concert.

A reception for the artist will be held Saturday, July 20th from 6-9 p.m.  The gallery is located on the north side of the square in Marshall, IL at 516 Archer Avenue.  The show can be viewed through Saturday, August 10th.

TODD STOKES * YARDWORKTodd Stokes grew up in the Wabash Valley, and graduated from ISU School of Fine Arts with Honors (2nd in his class).   He received his BFA with a major emphasis in Fine Art Photography (with Fran Lattanzio) and a minor emphasis in Plexiglas Sculpture (with Leroy Lamis).

For the past 22 years Todd has owned and operated The Golden Frame in Terre Haute showing his customers how important a quality presentation is in regards to displaying any 2- or 3-dimensional piece of art.

Todd is the current President of River City Art Association, a member of Watermark Artist Collective, a member of Arts Illiana and is a member of Gaslight Art Colony.

Gaslight Art Colony is a Not-for-Profit organization dedicated to broadening an appreciation of the Arts by providing opportunities that promote awareness, participation and understanding through fine arts exhibitions, classes and workshops.   You can contact the gallery through the website, on Facebook: Gaslight Art Colony, by email at or by calling 217-808-2115.


About RiverCityArt

A non-profit organization based in Terre Haute, Indiana, that promotes, supports and enhances an appreciation of the visual arts in the Wabash Valley through art exhibits, demonstrations, seminars, workshops, and any and all other appropriate means. Membership open to artists age 18 and older.
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