Paintings and painted chairs are open to the public in a show and sale this month at the SAGE Exhibit Gallery in the Sheridan College building on Main Street in downtown Sheridan.
Both events are sponsored by the Sagebrush Community Art Center.
For the show, area artists were invited to tour Sheridan's city parks and pathways system this past summer, then create works of art based on something they saw. Exhibits in the juried Parks and Pathways show range from the bridge at Kendrick Park to a child wading in the water of Goose Creek.
Sagebrush President Edre Maier says the purpose of the show is to spotlight the city of Sheridan's Parks and Pathways system.
Painted chairs are featured in the concurrent Altered Artley Furniture Show, which is a fundraiser for the community art center. The chairs will be sold in a silent auction. Susan Miller, who visited the gallery this past week, said she bought two chairs in a similar show two years ago.
Both exhibits will be up through Nov. 29.