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Our friends at the First Gallery of Olathe would like to invite the public to the following Event.
for John Ricklefs
SATURDAY September 1, 6-9pm
at the First Art Gallery of Olathe
The First Art Gallery of Olathe would like to personally invite you to an art reception in honor of our September featured artist John Ricklefs. John will be showing his photography all month in the gallery. The reception for John is Saturday September 1, 6-9 pm. at the First Art Gallery of Olathe. The evening will include refreshments and live music provided by Diana Yancey
John invites you all to come check out his new photo’s and help him celebrate.
John has been actively pursuing photography since 1960. John worked in a national park that summer and his roommate bought him a small 35mm camera and it was off to the races.
He has done many things in photography over the years, some landscape, some lighthouses, some human interest, and some sports related for his kids and grandkids. Over the past 12 years, he and his wife Marcie have traveled internationally to participate in mission work and have had the good fortune of returning home through a dozen or more countries. While there, of course, they worked on photography in every country they traveled. September’s theme is AFTER DARK which is featuring photographs taken at night. Included are such icons as the Notre Dame, the Eiffel Tower and a few other from France, as well as many things closer to home.
Original Photographs by John Ricklefs
To see more information about John visit our website
The First Art Gallery of Olathe is an artist cooperative that features original paintings, drawings, jewelry, fused glass, pottery, sculpture and photography by local artists.
Art classes for children and adults are also available.
FIRST ART GALLERY OF OLATHE is located in the Olathe Station Shopping Center 11951 Strangline rd.
The First Art Gallery of Olathe would like to personally invite you to an art reception on July 7th 6-9pm in honor of our Featured Artist John Burns.
John has been a valued member of First Art Gallery of Olathe for many years and a member of Olathe Visual Artists. He has been happy to be the treasurer for both organizations and one of 16 artists who display their wonderful art in the gallery. John is ready for a new chapter in his life, so he will be retiring from the gallery and will become an Emeritus member. Everyone at the gallery wishes him the best, we hope many of his friends and family come to help him celebrate a long and successful art career. The evening will include complimentary refreshments and live music provided by guitarist Jacob Weakland. The Olathe Visual Artists will also have a special display up all month as well.
The reception is being held at the First Art Gallery of Olathe 11951 Strang Line Rd. in the Olathe Station Shopping Center
Original Acrylic Paintings by John Burns
I did not start out as a child loving to paint or draw. I was 45 years old when after watching Bob Ross on TV, I decided to try my hand at it. It was not too bad for the first try, so I continued on. I attended three week long classes that Bob and his assistants provided. I became a Bob Ross certified instructor. I taught for about 8 years. I have been painting in oils but decided to try acrylics and have been painting in that medium ever since.
John W Burns
John will have his paintings specially priced to sell, since he will be moving on!
Cathy Kline reached out to our group on Facebook to invite us to sign up to participate in the Stephen Wysocki’s Plein Air Workshop. This is an event in Parkville, MO on March 24th and 25th. It’s put on by the Cathy Kline Fine Art. More information on the event can be found here.
What is your brand position? Do you have a consistent, memorable look across all your marketing platforms?
Come learn about how you can have a recognizable, repeatable look that communicates the quality of what you represent.
Kim Taggart of TAGG ART DIRECTION will give a short presentation on business cards, logos and branding.
Wednesday, June 14 at 7:00pm at First Olathe Art Gallery.
Olathe Visual Artists are pleased to present a three-hour workshop with sculptor Glenn Lavezzi on Tuesday, August 23rd from 6-9pm.
Participants will enjoy a hands-on demonstration of Glenn’s adorable chipmunk figures and more. Everyone will be able to create a clay figurine and experience the creative sculpting process.
Only nine seats are left for this event which will take place at the First Olathe Art Gallery. Cost is $35 for members and $45 for non-members which include all materials, tools and firing of finished pieces. Seats will be reserved on a first come, first serve basis until all twelve spots are filled.
Fees will be collected on the 23rd.
Please fell free to contact Jane Kirk with any questions.
(913) 486-9108 or firstname.lastname@example.org
See you on the 23rd!
A plein air event opportunity for artists shared with us by member Carol Rubsam:
Celebrate the beauty of Kansas in the fall at Rolling Hills Zoo’s first plein air
event, Art Gone Wild. This premier event will be held Saturday, September
Providing a backdrop of breathtaking natural beauty, Rolling Hills Zoo is a 65-
acre zoological park nestled among the Smoky Hills of western Saline County.
Offering a wealth of inspiration for artists to draw from, the Zoo features more
than 100 species of incredible animals, a stunning variety of horticulture,
and vast landscapes. In addition, a 64,000 sq. ft. Wildlife Museum provides
additional inspiration in a climate-controlled setting as you visit seven unique
regions of the world.
Artists from across the region are invited to capture the diverse beauty found
at Rolling Hills Zoo during this one day event. Whether your interest lies in
animals or landscape, you are certain to find inspiring sights that you will be
eager to capture.
During Art Gone Wild, other art-themed activities will take place, too. The Zoo’s animal residents will be painting during the day for our guests’ enjoyment. As part of their training and enrichment, many of our animals enjoy painting, with some even selecting the ‘proper’ brush and their favorite color of paint. There will also be art activities for children throughout the day.
Artists will be allowed onto Zoo grounds at 7:30 a.m. to find their source of
inspiration for the day. The Zoo opens to the public at 9:00 a.m. There is
no charge for artists to participate in Art Gone Wild. If you wish to visit the
Zoo prior to Sept. 17th, contact Kathy or Linda at (785) 827-9488. Or email
Rolling Hills Zoo is located just six miles west of Salina where a number of
hotels offer discounts for our guests. Please contact
Linda for a list of participating hotels.
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