On June 12, from 10 am to 2 pm I’ll be on the grounds at the Shiloh Museum of Ozark History painting. There are lots of things on their grounds that I’ll like to attempt. It’s my first time doing a public painting thing, so wish me luck! If you’re in the area, please do stop in and say hello. I’d love to meet you in person if we haven’t already, and if you’re an old friend, I’d still love to see you, too. Throughout the month of June there will be an exhibit inside the main building. It’ll feature some of my paintings and a display of the rocks, pigments, and tools I use to ply my trade… and create my art.
This event and exhibit is the result of a collaboration between INTERFORM and the Shiloh Museum. I’m incredibly happy to have been included and get a chance to share what I do with the wider audience in Springdale.
Learn more about the Shiloh Museum, and find the operation hours at their website: https://shilohmuseum.org/
You can see more of my art here. To learn more about my pigments and color experiments, go to my Colors category.