I’d like to thank everyone who stopped by my booth to see my paintings at Winterfest in Springfield, Missouri last weekend. I had a lot of fun! The music was one of the highlights, a step above what’s at most art fairs.
Here are a couple pics from the event. The first image is of my entire display, and the second image is of me holding a gift card that I donated to Watching Over Whiskers (WOW). WOW is a local Springfield cat rescue organization that does awesome work. They have a bunch of kittens to feed and could really use your help!! If you’d like to donate too, here’s a link to their Amazon Wishlist – http://a.co/ehNtEHC
WOW Gift Card Donation
I’ll be setting up my art booth at the 22nd Annual WinterFest Visual and Performing Arts Festival, which will be held in Springfield, Mo in the multi-level lobby of Juanita K. Hammons Hall on December 9-10, 2016. If you live in the area, I hope to see you there!
The festival showcases some of the region’s finest artists, with one-of-a-kind, handcrafted works in a variety of media and styles. While you view the artwork, you can also enjoy seasonal music performed by local ensembles from the lobby’s Promenade Balcony stage. WinterFest at Hammons Hall has become a “must-shop” holiday destination for many, and admission to the arts festival is FREE!
This year in conjunction with the festival, the Springfield Symphony Orchestra will be presenting two holiday concerts on Saturday, December 10th:
2:30pm – “Home for the Holidays” matinee
Free, but tickets are required.
7:30pm – “Extreme Cold” pops concert
Tickets $11-$36, available at the Hammons Hall box office.