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    The Prescott Plein Air Art Festival Art Sale and Reception

    Prescott Plein Air Art Festival 

    Sunday, October 24th / The FINN at Touchmark at the Ranch

    Multiple Viewings at 2 pm, 3 pm, 4 pm and 5 pm

    Tickets: $40.00 includes an Outdoor Reception w/ Live Music, cash bar, and hors d’oeuvres

    https://prescott-plein-air-fest-21.eventbrite.com

    On Sunday, October 24th, at The FINN at Touchmark, you can view the paintings from the 2021 Prescott Plein Air Arts Festival and have the 1st opportunity to purchase the artworks. Multiple Art Viewings at 2 pm, 3 pm, 4 pm, 5 pm – Award Ceremony at 6 pm. This is a ticketed event with staggered arrival times in which the public will be invited to view, purchase, and judge the works for a People’s Choice Award. Guests are invited to join us on the outdoor patio for appetizers and a cash bar after touring the gallery. Tickets are $40, and available at https://prescott-plein-air-fest-21.eventbrite.com

    The Highlands Center for Natural History (HCNH) and the City of Prescott is proud to present the second annual Prescott Plein Air Art Festival October 21-24, 2021. Artists who participate in a Plein Air Festival endeavor to capture the spirit and essence of a landscape or subject by incorporating natural light, color, and movement into their art in outdoor locations. More than 15 professional Arizona artists will focus their artistic talents on the outdoors to celebrate diverse Prescott landscapes. The public is invited to observe and engage with the artists as they work at local sites between October 21st and 23rd. 

    GO TO https://highlandscenter.org/prescott-plein-air/  FOR SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

    2021 Plein Air Artists:  Walt Anderson, Cindy Carrillo, Casey Cheuvront, Dane Chinnock, Tom Conner, Bill Cramer, Maryhelen Ewing, Lynn Heil, Russell Johnson, Cathy Krieger Harold Nelson, Joyce Nelson, Dorothy Ray, Eric Slayton, Matt Sterbenz, and Dawn Sutherland

    About the Highlands Center for Natural History
    The Highlands Center for Natural History is a non-profit organization developed to foster an appreciation for the Central Highlands of Arizona. Formed in 1996, the Center is a regional hub for lifelong learning, designed to invite discovery of the wonders of nature. The Highlands Center offers a wide array of programs and includes an inviting venue for community events. Supported by contributions from individuals, corporations, foundations, and community partners.  Visit www.highlandscenter.org for more information

    Tom Agostino
    Marketing and Communications Coordinator
    The Highlands Center
    928-776-9550 Office
    928-830-0607 Cell
    www.highlandscenter.org

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