Image credit: Katie Kaufman, Enchanted Designs
This weekend,"The Art of Discovery," a steampunk exhibit that I'm pleased to be part of is opening at the Johnson County Library. The opening event will be Saturday, June 14th from 10 am - 2 pm, and the library will be offering other workshops to go along with it as the summer goes on.
From the library's website:
Responding to the steampunk slogan “What the past would look like if the future had happened sooner,” 21 regional and national creators join forces to explore the intersections of science fiction and fantasy through the visual arts. Artists include: Vaska Basham, Susan Beatrice, Doug Bell, Ruth Cohen, James Conner, Ed Downes, Jullian Erickson, May Evans, Ron James, Randall Jessee, Katie Kaufman, Tom Krekow, Stephanie Dal Porto, Brandon Schnur, Joanna Shindler, Bob Spangler, Ptr Sponseller, Julie Summa, Bryan Timmins, Jenna Tomlin and Thomas Willeford.
I'm displaying a piece you might recognize if you saw the steampunk exhibit at Tea Drops a while back. Henry and I will be at the opening event as long as he'll put up with it (which might not be that long), and I'll be debuting a new Steampunk-inspired costume.
Hope to see you there!
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