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Tri Art- Three Women Artists are at it again, ---following a successful inaugural show launched in Holden, Missouri in October, 2012. This time they are appearing and showing on the Plaza in Kansas City in time for Christmas shopping Unity Temple on the Plaza 707 W. 47th Street at Jefferson will be hosting their second organized show, Saturday, December 8, 2012 from 4 pm to 8 pm. The show features the work of local Raymore artist, Wanda H. Bellamy along with her two sidekicks, Erlene E C Flowers and Carolyn A. Hull, the other two sides of the triangle. The show is free to the public. Reference their work on line at their business contact information as follows: Wanda H. Bellamy http://whbellamy.com whbellamy@gmail.com 816 703 9958 Erlene E C Flowers http://erleneecflowers.fineartstudioonline.com erleneflowers@gmail.com 816 524 2155 Carolyn A. Hull http://carolynahullstudio.com hull.artist@yahoo.com 660 238 0851 These unique woman artists are interested in other partnerships, display and exhibit options; contact them via their websites, or phone. Look for future shows posted on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/triart/ threewomenartist How and why they started … These three Missouri women artists, Bellamy, Hull and Flowers were inspired by the words of Michael Kaiser, President of the John F. Kennedy Performing Arts Center, on November 30, 2009 at the Lyric Theater in Kansas City at an event sponsored by the Arts Council in KCMO. Kaiser’s talk centered on organizing and pooling artistic talents to survive and still make money in the arts in recession times. This advice motivated them to form a loosely knit working business group of their respective studios, which pooled ideas and energies. After experimenting with various ideas and resources, their efforts morphed into the launching of a campaign calendar organized to show their work together over the next two years under a common banner- Tri- Art Three Women Artists. The motivator for this activity, Kaiser, known as the “turnaround king”, spent his early career in KCMO working with the fledging KC Ballet. Internationally, he is revered in artistic economic circles as having saved such notable institutions as the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, The American Ballet Theater and the Royal Opera in London, England from termination. Follow up ?? or need more information ?? Erlene E Flowers 816 524 2155 studio,
Where:
Unity Temple on the Plaza
Kansas City MO
Category:
Art Galleries & Exhibits
When:
Saturday, December 8 @ 4:00 pm
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