January 22, 2018
Lovers of tiny art, unite: Rosette Studios will host a miniature art show featuring 3” x 3” works in February and March. According to Rosette Studios owner Bridget Koonce, the show is focused on “bringing art to everyone.” Community members are invited to submit regardless of their artistic background. Each piece will be priced at $5, increasing the financial accessibility of the show. Last year, the annual show featured more than 100 participants and more than 1,000 individual pieces of art.
“The Arts in downtown Springfield [are] a longstanding tradition, especially along the Campbell Corridor,” says Koonce. “There has been a high demand from our local creatives to be able to use their talents for the benefit of the community. With this Miniature Art show, everyone wins.” Koonce explains that this show allows artists to explore their creative pastimes while providing quality local art at a low cost to potential buyers. Additionally, partial proceeds benefit Queen City Rock Camp, a week-long day camp for girls ages 9 to 18. The camp provides a safe and supportive environment where young women can work together to build self-confidence through music.
Curious about Rosette Studios? This downtown destination represents more than 80 Artists, the majority of which are right here in Springfield. Rosette Studios is dedicated to keeping creatives in this area by providing a friendly outlet for showing and selling art. “Our artists bring in new products every week,” says Koonce, pointing out that Rosette also offers a new gallery show every month in addition to a variety of classes.
For more information on Rosette Studios, check out their website or pay them a visit in the Campbell Corridor.