The Wayside Inn Museum, Preserve Our Past Society would like to cordially invite you to the local art show this week at the museum. We have a wide variety of art from sketches, photography, acrylics, stained glass, murals of our local bandstands throughout the years on our third floor band room, and much, much more.
The art work will be displayed throughout the museum and the annex. We welcome you to come and view the talents displayed by local artists that are no longer with us, people that were artists throughout the years, artists that are currently using their talents, and up and coming artists that are taking classes to learn and use their creativity.
On our third floor in the band room there is a beautiful mural of the bandstands painted by local Mary Janes Martin. There is original artwork and prints throughout the museum painted by George Hart, Blanche Fisher, Ruth Ellen Campbell, and the ever so talented Peggy Thatch Sibley. We have stained glass by Gary Allison and Sandra Hernandez; photography by Ginelle Esry and Rachael Daulton; sketches by Eddie Moore; artists currently taking classes and learning the trade Tory Richards and Tracy Stevens.
Paintings of all types from local artists: Tara Friar, Doris Allen, Alex Franks, Starla Dobbs, Mike Wood, Mike Conway, Mary Janes Martin; Nevada native, musically inclined, and now landscape artist Tad Johnston. Laurie Phinney comes to us from Lake of the Ozarks who does a wide variety of art, started painting late in life. Her husband originates from El Dorado Springs.
Tom Altenburg is an animal and nature artist who lives in Rich Hill. He is a retired, award winning artist from Hallmark Cards, Inc and served as a graphic artist for the United States Air Force Reserves. He has displayed his art in many national shows and is Master Artist with National Oil and Acrylic Painter’s Society and Signature Artist with the Society of Animal Artists and Artists for Conservation. He has been recognized nationally for many of his pieces. He has created Star Wars art for George Lucas and art for major publishers.
The public is invited to an artist reception on Sunday, June 26, from 2-4 p.m. at the museum where you will be able to meet several of the artists and visit with them. Some art work will be available for purchase. The museum hours this week for the Art Show will be Thursday thru Sunday, 1-4 p.m. For more information please contact Paula Newman, 417-296-5990.

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