New Exhibit by Artist Tanya Klatt Opens in NSYMCA Community Gallery

  • North Suburban YMCA's Community Gallery is showcasing Tanya Klatt's artwork through July.

    North Suburban YMCA's Community Gallery is showcasing Tanya Klatt's artwork through July. Courtesy of NSYMCA

 
 
Updated 6/27/2022 8:48 AM

North Suburban YMCA's Community Gallery is showcasing local artist Tanya Klatt throughout July. All paintings and photographs are for sale with a portion of the proceeds benefitting the Y's Visual Arts Program.

Artist Tanya Klatt studied graphic design and art at Eastern Michigan University and currently teaches art for preschool students at the Glenview Park District and K-8 students at the Sacred Heart School in Winnetka. Her art has been in juried shows and art festivals in Japan, Detroit, and the Chicago area. Klatt's latest creations combine digital photography, mixed media, printmaking, and materials reclaimed from recycle bins.

 

The NSYMCA's Community Gallery celebrates the diversely talented artists living and working in Chicago's Northern suburbs with monthly exhibits that are free and open to the public.

For information about art at the North Suburban YMCA, contact Cathie Winnie at cwinnie@nsymca.org or (847) 272-7250.

The North Suburban YMCA services Northbrook and 14 surrounding communities with programs and tools that help its residents become healthier, more connected, and confident, ensuring that everyone, regardless of age, income, or background, has the opportunity to learn, grow, and thrive. The NSYMCA focuses on Youth Development, Healthy Living, and Social Responsibility and is a charitable organization, inclusive and welcoming to all in our community. Learn more at NSYMCA.org.

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