BLUES & JAZZ MUSIC INFLUENCES ART
The influence of music, especially Blues and Jazz, on painting, photography, mixed media, fiber and sculpture is the subject of the current exhibition at Buttonwood Art Space. Fifty-percent of sales benefit two local music organizations: The Kansas City Blues Society and KC Jazz ALIVE.
ART PURCHASES HELP SAVE THE VANISHING PRAIRIE
Kansas City, MO, March 24, 2016: The opening of the 7th Annual Visions of the Flint Hills Benefit and Sale is set for First Friday, October 2, 2015, from 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m., at the Buttonwood Art Space, 3013 Main, Kansas City, Missouri. The gallery exhibition includes a 153 artworks by 62 artists all derived from and inspired by the Flint Hills of Kansas and the Great Plains. Purchases of art during this exhibit will benefit the research education and preservation of this unique ecosystem.
ARTISTS USE ALL THEIR SENSES TO BENEFIT KATE WINSLETT’S AUTISM CHARITY: GOLDEN HAT FOUNDATION
A Kansas City gallery, Buttonwood Art Space, aims to raise awareness of autism and its rising numbers in the U.S.A. through artworks exploring textures, visual and sensory expressions. Net sales will benefit an international charity, Golden Hat Foundation, started by actress Kate Winslet. Smart phone accessible audio or video recordings accompany each artwork adding another dimension to the works.