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Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Art Feast at NOCC

I want to extend my personal invitation to all the local folks that enjoy a day of art, fun and food to join me at the Art Feast at NOCC on September 27, 2014.

I was so honored to be contacted to be the ONLY jewelry designer to participate in the Art Feast NOCC this year.

Art Feast is a small art show featuring a variety of local artists and a variety of the arts.

Did you hear me?  I was asked to be the ONLY jewelry designer.  How cool is that?

                                        ...I AM GETTING SO EXCITED...

 Now, I would like to introduce you to the participants.

Brett Myer is a midtown Kansas City resident that has been "throwing pots" for about 10 years.  

Of course, I am just sharing one small sample of this talented artist's work and I can't wait to see more.



The Browning Co. is a local Kansas City business and is rumored to be run by
three cats who are assisted by Paul and Sarah.

I am looking forward to learning more about
their company and their craft.

And, of course, I hope the "Management" shows up.

Larry Wenger has truly turned recycling into an art. 

Aren't these just the coolest things!

I don't know how to describe this artist's work except that I LOVE IT.

It has such a simple quality to it that really speaks to me, but it is anything but simple.  And neither is the artist.

Clint Ricketts is an artist whose work has been on exhibit both nationally and internationally and we are so fortunate to have this Lawrence, KS resident joining us.

Tom Schiller describes himself as a potter with a profound interest in painting and it certainly comes through in his work. 

Isn't that gorgeous.

I can see why he is famous.

And, yes, Del Sutton, guitarist, is the artist and the art.

He is a retired Kansas City music teacher and he is also a poet, a musician and a song writer. 

He will be blessing us with his "joyful noise" on the 27th. 

And, by now, you're thinking it can't possibly get any better.  Right?  Well, it can and it does.

Julie Walton is a paper artist.  She has taken the folded paper "cootie catcher" that I made in school some one million years ago, to just a tad higher level.

Okay, if you remember cootie catchers you really owe it to yourself to attend and check this out.

And, I will be there with a collection of my favorites and some brand new things.  And, of course, I am always happy to discuss custom orders.

This is a small art show, not a craft show, so you will have plenty of time to explore each art form and to get to know each artist just a bit.

We have been afforded lots of room so we will all have a nice selection of things to offer.

I do hope you will mark your calendars and join us.  Everything you need to know about who what when and where is in the following cartoon, but if you would like more information you can see more about it on the Art Feast NOCC Facebook Page.