The centerpiece for the exhibition is The Little Prince inspired by the book of the same name by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. Here is a photo of the live oak before work began on the sculpture and below is a photo of current progress.
Raw Live Oak from Glen Cove, Seguin
Opening Reception: Friday, May 16, 2014
From: 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm
2803 Fredericksburg Road
(Inside the gates of Primrose at Monticello Park Senior Apartments)
Dr. Kellen McIntyre & Linda Manson , Arts and Healing, 10:30 am
Brandi Midkiff, Romance Novels, 11:30 am
Howard Crunk, Painting and Sculpture, 12:30 pm
Mike Hallmark, Saddles and Leatherwork, 1:30 pm
Eithne Goetz, Violin and the Mid-Texas Symphony, 2:30 pm
Mike Saenz, Writing, Editing, Directing Films, 3:30 pm
Fanny Harkins, Jack Linden, Hope Pees, Marika Bordes, Tom Engler, Robin Bisha, Rebecca Clark, Kristen Langford,
Shelby Docker, Stephanie McCabe,
Have a conversation with a romance novelist, a saddle maker, a violinist, painters and a writer-director for the film industry. Discover how the arts improve the health of seniors. Join us Saturday, March 23rd at the Aumont Hotel 301 N. Austin St for the Artists’ Talk Stage. This is a free ArtsFest event with interviews beginning at 9:30 am. I hope you are able to join us! Thank you.Dennis Martin
For the schedule of other ArtsFest events, see below for the links to the Seguin Commission on the Arts and the Convention and Visitors Bureau.