The show opens from 10am-6pm, Friday, July 11th and runs through Sunday, July 13th. It is a community event featuring local musicians, food vendors, and entertainers. Held during the Allan Conference weekend, it brings a wide variety of people who love the arts of Idaho. Whether it’s choosing soaps and cutting boards - paintings and bronzes - from monumentals to miniatures - there is something for everyone at the Ketchum Arts Festival. Bring a hat and expect to be surprised by the quality of work and friendliness of these Idaho artists.
In August, Ken Newman’s bronze figurative sculptures will be showcased in Interpreting the Figure-Expressed in Sculpture at Jennifer’s Bellinger’s Gallery in Ketchum, Idaho. The show will open during First Friday Gallery Walk on August 8th from 5-8pm, this is your opportunity to talk one-on-one with the sculptor in the gallery. Saturday, August 9th at 10am Ken will give a talk on how his work has expanded from wildlife to figurative work over the past 20 years. The show will feature his most recent sculpture, The Last Whistle – honoring a lost generation of men from the Industrial Revolution. The sculpture captures the working man with a lunch pail and thermos. Jennifer Bellinger’s Gallery is located downtown Ketchum on 4th Street and her gallery features a variety of local Idaho artists http://www.jenniferbellingerfineart.com
For more information, contact Ken at http://www.kennewmansculptures.com