On Saturday, March 9, at the Dyck Arboretum of the Plains in Hesston, area artists will present and showcase their work at a Prairie-Inspired Art Symposium.
This symposium will showcase brief presentations from artists representing a diversity of media as they share images, processes, stories and inspirations that expand the beauty of their work. Works of art will also be on display and for sale.
Presenting artists include: Paul Friesen, Primitive Pit-Fired Pottery; Gail Lutsch, Printmaking; Matthew Richter, Painting; Jim Griggs, Photography; Bill McBride, Sculpture; Conrad Snider, Ceramics; Stephen Perry, Printmaking; Mark Feiden, Photography; Terry Corbett, Ceramics; Steve Murillo, Sculpture; Lorna Harder, Botanical Illustration; and Bob Regier, Printmaking.
Other highlights of the day will include the opening of a pit-firing by Paul Friesen and painting demonstrations throughout the day by Cher Olsen, Matthew Richter and Joe Loganbill.
Registration cost is $35 for arboretum members or $45 for non-members.
This cost includes a continental breakfast and lunch. Seating is limited.
Register early by calling 620-327-8127 or emailing email@example.com