Rainbow Springs Gallery Introduces Artists' Lecture Series
The Rainbow Springs Art in Dunnellon gallery wants to become a cultural hub of our community. Our artists know much about the arts and would like to share that knowledge with you. And we'll all have some fun along the way.
We are introducing an Artists' Lecture Series
On May 12 at 7 p.m., three area writers, including gallery President Amy Peters Wood, discuss the books they've written and writing tips they've picked up during "Writing on the Rainbow."
Amy will talk about the book she wrote after sailing around the world with her husband in a hand-built boat.
Also speaking is Betty Jean Steinshouer, an author, actress, and literary historian. She toured many years on the Chautauqua circuit, portraying women writers. Her book, "Long Road to Red Cloud," is a study of author Willa Cather that won an International Book Award. She's also published collections of essays and poems.
And Mary Lu Scholl is an author of cozy mysteries -- mysteries in which the violence is minimal, the sleuth is an amateur, and the setting is a small town or other socially "cozy" setting. She's branched out to "brozies," which have a male sleuth.
Gallery member Margo Wilson moderates. A $5 donation is requested.
On May 26 at 11 a.m., our Executive Director Bridget Hanley talks about what to do with that art that's piling up in "The Big Leap: Where To Go Now With Your Art." Hanley will discuss keeping inventory, pricing art, and promoting the art and the artist.
To register, click on an image below, or stop at the gallery, 20804 W. Pennsylvania Ave. The gallery is open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday. You also can register by calling 352-445-8547.