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The MidAmerica Pastel Society Art Show is open at the Images Art Gallery in Overland Park. OVA members Sharon DeFreece and Carol Rubsam both have pieces in this show. It runs until September 17th.
More information can be found here:
Please join me at the
National Wildlife Art Show
Stoney Creek Hotel and Convention Center
18011 Bass Pro Drive
Friday, August 5 12:00noon to 8:00pm
Saturday, August 6 9:30am to 7:00pm
I will have an excellent collection of new work.
For information on this show as well as my schedule for 2016 visit my website at
It’s exciting news that the National Wildlife Art Show is back in the Kansas City area! I hope you’ll be able to visit the show – please stop by my booth to see my new work and say hello!
Admission is Free
Local author/illustrator, Polly McCann, is opening a new Art Gallery with Open Studios and Writer’s Space. Its called Paper Birch Landing and it’s in Midtown near Westport. She would like to invite anyone to stop by for a visit.
The gallery is having its first juried art show, called Small Loves, with the submission deadline at midnight on January 5th. More information and the submission form can be found here.
From Carol Rubsam to OVA mambers showing at (or considering showing at) the Shawnee Car and Art Show:
Patty, Jim, Vivian and Lee, Anne, David, and Jason. Andrew will have tables set up (3 at last count… Patty, Jim and a 3rd for some 2D art on small easels). 3D artists bring a table cover for a 6 foot table and 2D artists, if you will be using a table for some of your work, or cards, or prints, also bring a table cover. Keep in mind that Andrew and his crew will have been up allllll night working a charity event on Sat. night and cleaning up after to be open on Sunday, so be organized and ready to set up. He will have coffee and food for purchase when you are done setting up and waiting for customers. You will be responsible for collecting payment for your own sales and you are liable for any damage or loss of your work. The Downtown Coffee House, Andrew and his employees have no liability for the art. Would appreciate it if everyone participating would send me a reply to let me know you got all of this.
2D artists bring easels for some larger pieces of art to set up around the coffee shop as well. David will have the grids for 2D hanging at the Coffee House by 8am on Sunday. So be there no later than 8am to get set-up. He will probably bring them in and store them their on Saturday so if anyone can be available to help him on Saturday, please get with him and work out a time. Check the Gallery website for phone numbers.
Jason, Andrew will be available to let you bring in your pieces early on Saturday through the front double door (you can park right out front) and then you can move them into place on Sunday morning in the space he has for you right inside the door. I will let you contact him (go to the Coffee House or get with me for a phone) about whether or not you want to leave them in place during the charity event. Who knows maybe someone will buy them that night!!!
We could use at least one or two more to show if someone else would like to be a part of this on Sunday afternoon 10-4 or later if still busy, September 13. The Mayor and City Manager of Shawnee are interested in what we can do and how professional we look. Bring good stuff and plenty of it. They are considering a street art show (closing Barton next to city hall) in the spring in connection with the opening of the farmers market in front of the City Hall. The City Manager is also open to talking about using a wall in the city hall for local art work. So let’s make this a show as big a deal as we can.
There will be a 2×4 ft banner in the front window. I will be sending out a flyer to the Gallery email list, and I hope you will be sending out a notice to your art business emailing lists as well. (if you don’t have an email group list – time to set one up!!) If you have questions at this point, please contact David or Anne or Andrew Thornton. Good Luck everyone! This should be a really fun day!!!
All are invited to a reception featuring the artwork of David Stewart and some of his students from a recent workshop. Saturday night 9/3/2015. 6pm-9pm at The First Gallery of Olathe. Live music and refreshments. 11951 Strang Line Road, Olathe KS.
If you aren’t aware of this opportunity to display and sell your art work, check it out. It is a local outdoor show with 100-125 juried artists from across the country. Booth fee only $125 and application fee $25.Please forward to others you think may care to check it out.Jim