SIP N PAINT PAINTERS SHOW DURING ARTSTROLL
Sip N Paint, Cork N Canvas and other group painters will have their work on display at the Hot Springs County Museum in Thermopolis, Friday June 10, 5-8 p.m., during the Second Friday ArtStroll. Most downtown businesses are open during the event. A Juice Box Sip N Paint art activity will be the highlight of this stroll.
If you have participated in a group paint such as a Cork N Canvas or Sip N Paint and have paintings you wish to show, bring them to the Hot Springs County Museum Friday June 10th before 5pm. Be sure you have your name and a phone number clearly marked on the back of each canvas. You may pick up your paintings Saturday afternoon, June 11th or Tuesday of the next week.
The Summer Time ArtStroll kicks off Friday evening with artists, demonstrations, live music, and receptions. The event is family friendly. Many art activities will take place including chalk drawing on sidewalks and coloring to relax at ArtStroll host business WOW Store. The Juice Box Sip N Paint will be held at the Hot Springs County Museum Friday evening at 5 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. and Saturday at 11 a.m. Bring your whole family, no matter how young and paint a picture of a night scene with a bear, coyote or horse. The activity is free and all participants will take home a painting.
The Featured artist for this month’s ArtStroll is Rodney Skenandore, Elk Chief who was born in Montana. After serving in the Army in Europe, and later in Southeast Asia, he earned a BA in Engineering Design and Drafting from a design school in Denver. He then worked for NASA. He slowly developed his interest in art and has created many works in various media, including design, jewelry, wood carving, stone sculptures, furniture, music writing. Since the late 1990’s he has concentrated more on the art and his task as a healer for Mother Earth, nature and humans, and as a spiritual teacher. Rodney considers "all of life as an art, a way of being dedicated to the positive spirits of life and healing”. Rodney returned to the United States in 2015 after living in the Harz Mountains in Germany. He and wife, Gudrun, recently moved to Thermopolis and they look forward to being a part of the art community here. Rodney and Gudrun will be showing at Broadway Bygones.
For more information check us out on Facebook at Smoking Waters Art Guild.