Art Mingle 2019: Plein Air Affair

Friday, March 29, 2019 - 6:00pm

Location: Meadowlark Hills, 2121 Meadowlark Rd.

Save the Date!
Tickets on sale : $75 each 

Limited number of tickets available. All attendees receive a souvenir drinking glass, thank you gifts & access to shuttle service from you parking spot (if needed). Cocktail or business casual attire suggested.

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Artists’ Showcase with Kim Casebeer and Susan Rose

Fabulous Food and Libation

Savory & sweet food options located for your convenience throughout the event area.

Live & Silent Auctions
featuring original pieces from our guest artists and art-inspired experiences

Music by the Atchisons
Bob Atchison plays fiddle and banjo, and his wife, Melissa, plays guitar. Ozark mountain culture influences their old-time Americana repertoire.

6 to 9 p.m.
Meadowlark Hills Community Center

Purchase tickets by calling (785) 537-4610 or online
View photos of live auction items as they become available (below)
Proceeds benefit Meadowlark Memory Program

We appreciate the generous support of the following:

Community First National Bank
Goldstein Fund
Kellstrom Pharmacy

Don't miss an unforgettable evening to benefit Meadowlark Memory Program!

On Friday, March, 29, 2019, beginning at 6 p.m.,  local artists, Kim Casebeer and Susan Rose, will have a showcase of their works. Both Kim and Susan specialize in Plein Air painting. Plein Air, meaning "open air," allows the artist to experience nature while painting landscapes, flowers, and critters of all sizes. While painting plein air, you may even catch a few natural elements in the wet paint to create a mixed media piece.

While viewing the Silent Auction items from 6 p.m. to 8:15 p.m., enjoy delicious food and drinks. A Live Auction will start at 8:30 p.m. Auction items will include various art, jewlery, decoration pieces, painting experiences and so much more! Something for everyone to appreciate.

Learn about Maude Mitchell, an early influencer on Plein Air painting. Many of Mitchell's paintings present views of Pottawatomie and Wabaunsee counties. The artist sought to preserve the architecture and landscape around her in impressionistic watercolors and oils.

Live Auction Items

(click each image to see title, artist & retail value)