For the month of October, pretty much all of my original works will be on exhibit at Gotahold Brewery in Eureka Springs, AR. This is a great opportunity to grab a cold craft beer and see the Ozark pigments in real life.
How Did This Happen?
A while back, not sure how long ago, but several months ago now, ONSC contacted me to see if I wanted to be their artist of the month. Of course I said yes! ONSC is the acronym for Ozark Natural Science Center. It’s pretty fitting to have natural pigments and art associated with them, and I’m thrilled. I’d love it if you can go out to support the brewery, too. And if anyone buys any of my art while it’s on exhibit, I’ll donate 20% of the sales to ONSC.
How to Get to Gotahold
The brewery is on a driveway that leads behind the Rowdy Beaver on Hwy 62 west of downtown, just past the Bavarian Inn. Here’s a map and the address, and you can find out more about them at their website I just linked to.
Learn More About ONSC
Their mission is to enhance the understanding, appreciation and stewardship of the Ozark natural environment. I think that sounds like a great match for me and my art! You can read more at their website that I liked to just now.
What’s On Exhibit at Gotahold?
Here’s all of the artwork I’ve brought over there. The eagle and hawk may be too heavy for their walls, but if it’s do-able, they’ll have those hanging too. Prices range from $150 for the smaller ones to $1800 for the largest, so the bigger the buy, the bigger the donation. The eagle and hawk are the heavy ones, and the largest, so if they aren’t hanging and you want to see them, please ask someone there to show them to you.