In conjunction with Second Saturday at Art Studios on Main
The idea of an art show "bloomed" thanks to Loveland Intermediate School art teacher, Tracy Power. Last spring, she created brightly colored clay sunflowers with her students and donated them to Granny's Garden School as part of its 10 year anniversary celebration. After asking that they be auctioned or sold, the idea of an art show grew, and several other district art teachers have enthusiastically worked on a variety of creations with their students.
The art work on display will range from flower and butterfly decorations from the Primary building to acrylic paintings and watercolor note-cards from the high school. Postcards, clay hearts, patchwork quilts and photographs are just a few of the things that the community can see. Additionally, elementary students participating in a coloring contest will have their entries hung at the art show as well.
With a silent auction, raffle, games and appetizers, there will be plenty to do and see.
The Loveland Artists Studios on Main is a 100 year-old former school building located at 529 Main Street.
Loveland Magazine Publisher, David Miller will premier a audio/video production on Saturday titled, Trash Talk. It is about current affairs and the healing phenomenon of art and words.