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Conni Tögel Takes Award Winning “Sheep Incognito” Exhibit To The Myrtle Beach Convention Center
Amazing sheep art exhibit will open on August 1 and continues through August 3, 2008 as a part at the 26th Annual Craftsmen’s Classic™ Arts & Crafts Festival, a winner of Sunshine Artist “200 Best” awards.
Conni Tögel’s unique paintings have been published in several magazines and books, seen on TV and are found in public and private art collections in over twenty countries around the globe.
When you talk with Conni Tögel about her sheep on canvas, she describes them as “cunning allegories packed in woolly wrappings – juxtaposed between reality and fantasy, in a world full of silliness and wry observations”
In her Myrtle Beach exhibit, Conni Tögel will show over one hundred different originals and limited edition giclee art prints that will make everybody – even in this economic downturn – enjoy art and smile again. Look out for “High Strung”, “Passing Gas”, “Out of Place”, “Black Sheep of the Family”, “Bipolar”, “Bull-Sit”
The juried annual art & craft event in the Myrtle Beach Convention center features more than 250 professional artists from around the country. Visitors can see the creative process in action as many exhibitors demonstrate throughout the weekend.
Don’t miss out on the wildest sheep that everyone is talking about - and you just might discover their hidden agenda before they move on towards other pastures.
The exhibit can be found at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center and will open on Friday, August 1 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. , Saturday, August 2 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday, August 3 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission for the Craftsmen’s Classic™ Arts & Crafts Festival ($7/Adult, $1/Child 6-12, Under 6 Free ) is good for all three days with free return pass. Group tickets are available in quantities of 15 or more.
Conni Tögel will be available for media interviews and questions. High resolution files of her artworks for print are available upon request. Interested editors should contact Peter Tögel at 719-271-6422.
Additional information about Conni Tögel and “Sheep Incognito” is available on the web at http://www.charisma-
About Conni Tögel Conni Tögel (nee Cornelia D. Scherz) was born in Winfield, Illinois, on July 24, 1965 as a daughter of German immigrants. Her parents, Heinrich and Lisa Scherz, emigrated to the United States in 1961 and later became American citizens. Conni Tögel’s artworks have been published in several magazines, seen on TV and are found in public and private art collections around the world. She is listed in MARQUIS’ Who’s Who of American Women, Artprice, as well as the American artist reference website AskART.com.
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Contemporary Sheep Art & Paintings by Conni Togel - Cunning allegories packed in woolly wrappings - a juxtaposition of serious and silly on canvas.