Truly hot, outside and what’s inside. Great looking paintings, pottery, photos, & jewelry. Members have been busy sneaking in new stuff all the time. It is also notable that Annie Edwards is set up almost every Saturday at the Winfield Saturday Market in the parking lot to Island Park. She is our busiest member displaying, selling pottery and tea at these markets. Next weekend is the Lavender Festival, the following weekend is the Wheat Festival in Wellington. Mike Ciskowski has been busy photographing Cowley County Stone Arch Bridges for our next month theme of the old bridges.
Our Guest Artist for the Month of June is Ryan Howerton from Haysville.
I was thinking about the phrase “much to do about nothing”, not sure why that came to mind. That is certainly not the case with the Gallery. Over the last month we have enjoyed a lot of new art brought by our members. Mike Fell has brought in a new series of bowls, cups & dog eating dishes. Sharon Olmstead has snuck in some more repurposed pins and necklaces. Della Becker has some more of her most widely inspirational crazy pin and paint art. Ann Edwards has dome a bunch of new bowls and added to her clay trays. Mike Ciskowski added som new photos. Callie Seaton has some more wild and colorful paintings. John Laurance thought spring was a great time for flowers.
Get in to see some new work as there is more being brought in weekly.
Gallery is proud to present Madison Hooper for the first Art Walk in Winfield for 2018. Her love to paint, make clothing and costumes will be on display April 6th from 5 to 7. Her latest fascination is wire wrap jewelry which you will find exciting and has real stone added. The even was going to be capped off with her fire twirling abilities but due to weather it is being pushed back till May 4th.