Menghini Museum Art Show

Borderland Art display

The Annual Art Show held at Menghini Museum during the Leif Erikson Festival continues to impress. This show is growing in both the number of artists represented and the attendance. The first year of the show there were 20 artists, this year there were 46 and over 150 items on display! Some of the groups at this years 4th Annual Art Show were Borderland Arts, Northeast Wisconsin Technical College painting class, Les’ Artistes, and Through the Lens Photo Club.

This year featured the talents of Crystal Hogan singing, Roger Eklund playing his banjo with old favorites, and Kathy Falls entertained us with the soothing sound of her dulcimer.

Thank you to all the artists who participated and also to the people that came out to support the show. Here is just a small sample of what was on display.

Rod Building and Graphite drawings of Jeff Gurchinoff
NWTC Student Art
Just Friends Painting Group with Ginger Seat
Borderland Arts Metal Pumpkin Sculpture and Bark Carvings
Borderland Art on Display in the Dining Room
Photography Group
Les’ Artists Group in the Kitchen


Waterfront Art Festival Best of Awards

Kathy Kuczek wins Best of Show Award

The first Saturday in August is a highlight for many Art Fair lovers. The Waterfront Art Festival is held annually at Escanaba’s Ludington Park. It is the longest running and largest art festival in Delta County. This year more than 50 artists displayed their works in a variety of mediums.

Borderland member Kathy Kuczek is shown here talking with Brady R Nelson after accepting the Best of Drawing / Painting Award. Kathy also received Best of Show for her acrylic painting.
Kathy Kuczek talks with Brady R Nelson
Read more about the Waterfront Art Festival and The Bonifas Arts Center Here:

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