We are so pleased and proud to announce that
Pierce City Arts Council has partnered with Jolly Mill Park for our
9th Annual PIERCE CITY ARTS FESTIVAL on April 29th!!!
The park is located at 31630 Jolly Mill Dr. and gates will be open from 8am to 5pm!
Come share the eventful day with us at Jolly Mill Park! The big event will kick-off at 8am sharp with the Jolly Mill Challenge - Fun Run & 5K and will be chalk full of local art, vendors, and exciting new exhibits!
Enjoy wine tasting and free art workshops for all ages!!! So many vendors, including: woodworking, jewelry, photography, paintings of various mediums, sculpture, pottery and much more will be on hand to demonstrate, show and for purchase! Also enjoy our First Anuual Photography Competition and Show.
FREE admission to the festival! FREE Old Fashioned Root Beer Floats at noon!
Plan to share the day with us and enjoy this one-of-a-kind community event!
Vendor registration deadline is April 15th.
Please contact us to reserve your booth TODAY!!! 417-476-6500
BIG SPRING GALLERY
inside Neosho Chamber of Commerce
My art will be featured at the Big Spring Gallery during the month of
Art on the Creeks
October 1, 2016
I am one of 51 featured artists at Art on the Creeks at Village on the Creeks in Rogers!
Visit the Art on the Creeks Facebook page
Don't miss the 9th Annual Pierce City Arts Festival!
May 2017 at the Pierce City Park (South Park) on South Gibbs Street (behind St. Mary's Church) in Pierce City, Missouri.
Fine artists and authors, free art workshops, free
chalk drawing all day, free KIDS & TEENS ART
BOOTH, one free root beer float from 1-2 p.m.
For more information contact Becky at 417-489-
3041 or Kristin at [email protected].
The first annual Pierce City Arts Festival was held in downtown Pierce City, Missouri on Saturday, June 13, 2009. Becky Golubski was the chair and primary organizer of the event with the help of the Pierce City Arts Council. Click here for information about the Pierce City Arts Festival.
For Immediate Release
SUBJECT: Works by Seven Women featured at
Joplin, MO February 16, 2009. The
Seven Women illustrates the diverse creative talents of local artists and friends Dianne Baum, Michele DeSutter, Becky Golubski, Kelly Moreland, Debbie Reed, Donna Roberts, and Carol Shipman. Their works are executed in a variety of media such as watercolor, pastels, mixed media, photography, oils, and color pencils. Styles range from realism to abstract, and everything in between. Seven Women will present the artists' latest works, showcasing their individual talents and unique perspectives.
Bright colors and whimsical subject matter can be expected of Michele DeSutter (color pencil) and Becky Golubski (pastels). Collage pieces on acrylic backgrounds in rich, vibrant colors are the usual for Carol Shipman. Dianne Baum will exhibit her experiments with photography and its manipulation, while a more traditional style of water media and subject matter can be found in Donna Roberts paintings. Painter Debbie Reed uses oils and watercolors with a nontraditional twist to create landscapes, still lifes, and portraits, while an abstract approach to mixed media collage and bright fabric art are more Kelly Moreland's style.
Seven Women will be on display in the centers Upstairs Gallery May 230.
To learn more about Seven Women, please contact Michele DeSutter: 417-236-9496 or [email protected]t.com