In celebration of Kansas Day, Carriage Factory Art Gallery is hosting the third annual juried exhibit, “Kansas Through the Eyes of an Artist.” Opening reception, which is open to the public, will be at 7 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 25, 2020 at the gallery. Artist award winners will be announced at that time.
Artists included in the exhibit are Kayann Ausherman, Susan Bartel, Daniel Branham, Robert (Andy) Brown, Jean Cook, Elizabeth Corbett, David Ediger, Marilyn Friesen, Constance Gehring, Barbara Haynes, Pam Hayes, Jeff Heidel, Bonnie Johnson, Yolanda Kauffman, Kristine A. Luber, Gail Lutsch, John D. Morrison, Kelly Nachtigal, Bob Neace, Darren Parker, Susan Poitevin, Bob Regier, Craig Ridenour, Kathleen Schroeder, Jim Simpson, Kim Taggart, Sean Tomlinson, Kathy Waltner, Jennifer Weigel, Tina Wilcox, and Carol Zerger.
The exhibit will include pastels, oils, watercolors, acrylics, colored pencil, graphite, fiber, photography and mixed media.
The prizes for the top pieces total $700 and were donated by local businesses and individuals. First place winner will be awarded $300, with $200 for second place, $100 for third place and two $50 honorable mentions.
Works featured in the exhibit are priced between $50 and $3,550 and are available for purchase.
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