Art Opening at the Vine
November 26, 2013 Unique Art Opening at Vine Street Studio For additional information call Pat Jordan, owner of Vine Street 816 -645 1052,
Vine Street Studio located at 2033 Vine, in the historic Jazz District, will host the ladies of Tri Art with an opening December 6, First Friday, from 5 to 8 pm in both the Main and Living Room Galleries.
The ladies who comprise Tri Art are Erlene E C Flowers, Wanda H. Bellamy and Carolyn A Hull.
Showing along with the ladies of Tri Art is Char Hunt, Silversmith and copper jewelry artist, from Gardner, Kansas who is the featured jeweler at the Vine for December.
Following the opening , visitors are invited to linger for a jazz set from 8- 9:30 by Jazz Artist in Residence, Eddie Moore and his band, The Outer Circle. Come check out the new lighting which will sparkle new works presented by the the ladies of Tri Art who have been experimenting with showing together at various venues for the last year.
Visit their websites to learn more about their unique qualities. Carolyn A Hull www.carolynahullstudio.com says - ?I found my passion for printmaking in 2004 while attending William Jewell College. Finding a particular love for relief printing, I continue to work in this media. Wanda H. Bellamy www.wandahbellamy.com says- My paintings are often tied to my interest in history and my love for animals. Erlene E C Flowers www.erleneecflowers.com says-I have always worked in the art field in one fashion or another. My favorite media are watercolors, oils and acrylics. Char Hunt www.charzsilverjewelry.com says, I enjoy using unexpected combinations of materials to give my work a unique but timeless style, with no two pieces of jewelry being the same.
This is a chance to see the on- going improvements at the Vine, hear some great music and get some really great one of a kind artistic works for Christmas!!
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