The Marquette Arts and Culture Center recently organized the third annual edition of an art show called the Dog Dayz of Winter Art Show, and dog lovers were fascinated.
The winter and sled-dog themed art show took place in the lower level of a local public library and displayed the work of home, middle and elementary school artists.
Students were feeling very proud to have the opportunity to show their artwork to their parents and also grandparents. Each child who participated in the event was also given artistic prizes so that they could be encouraged to keep on making their masterpieces at home.
The attendees at the show were also made to create their impromptu artworks with pastels and chalk, and everyone seemed to enjoy doing that.
Susan Baul, who is a Lake Superior Art Association board member, believes that it is all about finding and creating the kind of art that works for you. Susan added that you have to tame the critic within you and enjoy what you tried to do, and that was precisely what everyone witnessed at the art show with the kids.
Susan said that all the kids were having a great time at the show, and she believed that it was never too early or too late to pick up something and start creating artworks.
The show is open for the public to visit, and there are no tickets or fees for entrance. The exhibit will continue to showcase artwork until the end of the month, so it will be a good idea to visit the library and check out the exhibition.
If you are a keen follower of the sled dog race, then the art show is a must for you to visit because the captivating artwork which is being featured at the show is mostly themed on sled dogs.
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