This is going to be a fun ceramics class…anytime there’s a combination of wine and clay you’re guaranteed lots of smiles. And what fits better than creating a “Tipsy Tree”? Sign up for my class and I’ll show you how easy it is to create this unique holiday decoration.
Sign up here (costs $40) includes glass of wine and all supplies as well as kiln firings and electronic tea light candle to illuminate your tree. This one-time 2 hour class will be held at Got Art on 3rd, Friday November 17th from 7 to 9pm, in downtown Lee’s Summit, MO.
Now, can’t you imagine a Tipsy Tree softly glowing in your home?
Thank you Deborah Wallen, for a friendly and informative live demonstration of your fine art skills working with pastels at our last Raytown Artists Association meeting, held October 19th.
Deborah, who has studied art all of her life, currently works from her studio in the Englewood Row Gallery & Art Space located at 10922 East Winner Road in Independence, MO.
Visit on-line to view Deborah’s artwork.
A few of our fellow Raytown Artists Association members are arranging a field trip to enjoy this year’s annual Empty Bowls event to be held Friday November 3rd at Art Tech from 5:30 to 9pm. Buy a bowl, get some soup and enjoy the community support of Harvesters Food Network here in Kansas City. Members and interested parties can reach out to Dawn, our club President, or use our contact, form for more information.
Thank you for everyone’s support! The talented artists, wonderful volunteer staff and the Sugar Ridge Band for providing entertainment. Another successful Invitational spearheaded by the Raytown Artists Association.
Best of Show – Ellie Behrman
People’s Choice Award – Shirleen Ogan
1st Place Drawing – Jerry Swartz
1st Place Watercolor – Phil Schmidt
1st Place Acrylic – Ken Downs
1st Place Mixed Media – Gayle Faulkner
1st Place Black & White Photography – Paul McMillian
1st Place Color Photography – Jana Stoebick
1st Place Pastel – Karen Stair
1st Place Sculpture – Mary Lynn Swafford
1st Place Oil – Ron Raymer
1st Place Jewelry – Gayle Faulkner
Lisa Ryan gave a remarkable hand’s on demonstration of her creative skills at our recent Raytown Artists meeting on April 27th to an appreciative crowd!
Lisa is known for her wildly colorful collages. Her beautiful work is currently on display during the month of May at the Clubhouse, located at 512 E 18th Street in the Crossroads Arts District.
During our meeting Lisa took everyone step-by-step through the process of creating their own personal collage. The process turned out to be simple considering the beauty of the final outcome. Lisa’s instructions were easy to follow and her friendly demeanor brought a smile to all the participents. Thank you Lisa for a wonderful demonstration!