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Over 20 artists gathered to paint and sketch at the

Skokie Northshore Sculpture Park on Sunday, October 25, 2020.  

Click Here to see Images of their Artworks!


For Hallo-Week! rock painters were invited to hide their colorful painted river rocks along the walking paths of the Skokie NorthShore Sculpture Park, located along McCormick Blvd (between Dempster and Touhy Avenues) in Skokie, IL, while enjoying over 65 beautiful sculptures in the Park.

Skokie Rocks!  is a hide and seek grassroots community art project for all ages and abilities to hide and find colorful uplifting art designs on small river rocks.  Once a rock is found at the Skokie NorthShore Sculpture Park, we ask that the finder take a photo of the rock and post it on our group public Facebook page:  Brush with Nature and Skokie/NorthShore Rocks! 

Make sure your Rock is labeled underneath with either URL:

After posting the found rock on our Facebook page, the finder can re-hide it for someone else to find or keep it.

The goal of Skokie Rocks is to bring members of our diverse community together, through art.

To View images of previous years of our

Brush with Nature art events  click here

Have a musical instrument lying around that you never play? Don't throw it out! Our Art Beat program accepts donations of musical instruments for students in need. Donations are tax-deductible!

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