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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.
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.