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Cheerful and Colorful Paintings in Oil, Acrylic, Mixed Media and Collage

Saturday, May 10, 2008

Art Splash on the Square ~ Graham, Texas ~ Saturday, May 17, 2008

Hootin' Nannies

King of the Road

Rainbow of Boots

The Art Splash on the Square in Graham, Texas, is fast approaching. Three of our Canvas by Canvas paintings have been delivered and soon the festivities will begin with a big old Texas sized Dinner and Sneak Preview of the National Art Show on Friday night, May 16, by reservations only.
To read some of our CBC Graham history, read the post of Jan. 5.
Art Splash has several categories open to artists.
The American Splash National Competition is a Juried Art Competition and Show open to all professional artists. The show is held in the historic Old Post Office Museum and Art Center in downtown Graham, TX. 2008 Jury of selection and jury of awards will be nationally-known painter and sculptor, Scott Myers.
The highly anticipated Lake Country Show will be held in conjunction with this year’s Art Splash on the Square on Graham's beautiful historic downtown square. Proceeds from Art Splash on the Square benefit organizations in the Graham area that support the arts. All artists within a 150-mile radius of Graham, Texas, of Professional, Advanced or Intermediate skill levels, working in all medias are invited to show and compete for ribbons & cash prizes. (Artists not in the surrounding area please entered work in the American Splash Competition). The show is held in the American Legion Building in downtown Graham, TX. The 2008 Jury of Selection of awards will be nationally known painter Ann Hardy.
The Jr. Rembrandt Art Show is open to children in Pre-Kindergarten through 12th Grade and they are urged to compete in categories of Paintings, Drawings, Pastels, Photography, & 3-D. The show is held at the Jr. Rembrandt Tent at Art Splash on the Square.
Artisans in Art Splash is an annual outdoor event that showcases quality and professionalism featured in unique artisan work, fine arts, and music.
The Square will be the place to be on the 18th with so many choices of activities.

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