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Calling all artists! Apply to our art fair!

“Vic,” oil on canvas paper, 9” x 12” —Photos courtesy of Terri Pollack
“Marissa,” oil on canvas, 18” x 14” https://peaceworkskc.org/2024-art-fair/

By Kristin Scheer
Registration for the PeaceWorks Kansas City Local Art Fair, Sept. 21-22, has
begun. We are excited to introduce artist Terri Pollack. She is new to our fair and
looks forward to the exposure and networking opportunities it will bring. “I like
color and line,” she says. “And I do commissions for anyone wanting a portrait.”
Check out Terri’s website at https://www.terripollack.com. Her social media links
are @terrikpollack and Facebook.com/terri.k.wheeler.
Kansas City is full of talented artists and creative souls. This will be our 33rd year
presenting this popular event showcasing local artists. Artists tell us they like our
fair because they keep a generous amount of what they produce. Once the fair is
paid for, the rest funds the good work PeaceWorks KC does to promote peace and
resist war all year.
Artists can register on our website, https://peaceworkskc.org/2024-art-fair/. We are
taking registrations now till Aug. 30. Concerning the fair, “It will be good,” Terri
says. “I’m looking forward to working with you all.”
—Kristin Scheer, a former Greenpeace activist, serves on the PeaceWorks KC
Board. © 2024, Kristin Scheer, Terri Pollack, Creative Commons Attribution
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