What are you doing on Friday night? Four of my limited edition art photographs have been included in a great art show, Visions of the Flint Hills, which opens Friday evening at the Buttonwood Art Space, 3013 Main St., Kansas City, MO. The opening is on First Friday so make an evening of it. Visit this show, other art events in the Crossroads Art District and enjoy dinner at a local restaurant or the food trucks!
One of my photos in the show is of the Clements Stone Arch Bridge in Chase County, KS. Look at that stonework! It was completed in 1888. Just think of all of all the modern tools we utilize that they did not have. This beautiful stone bridge is now open only to foot traffic.
Those of you who know me well know that I love the wide-open space of the tallgrass prairie in the Flint Hills. This art show is a benefit for Friends of the Konza Prairie, a non-profit which helps support the 8600 acre Konza Prairie near Manhattan, KS. The show runs through November 28 so even if you cannot make the opening, stop by later in October. All of the art in this show is to depict or are derived from the Flint Hills area of Kansas.