My first show of the year was a great success. Not only was there a great turn out supporting all the artists in the IGKooAS exhibition, but I sold some work too. Thank you for your support! If you missed joining us for the reception, the work will be on display through mid February at Central Arts of Hurst in the Bellaire Shopping Center located at 362 E Pipeline Rd in Hurst, Texas.
Before the Reception
by KC Hulsman: Fire Dance With Me (left), Venus Rising (right)
During the Reception
The photographer herself, KC Hulsman
The day started off chilly, but soon was absolutely perfect. You know it’s going to be a good festival when you sell a piece while still setting up! I always enjoy meeting new people, talking about my work, and am so appreciative for all the kind words and support. So thank you very much for visiting me during this year’s Keller Art Walk.
I’m proud to have photographic work in the Postcards from New York’s Hudson Valley. The exhibition opened at the NEA Exhibition Gallery in Benalla, Australia during June and July 2019. The exhibit features twenty-eight artists with ties to New York’s Hudson Valley (about 60-70 miles north of New York City along the Hudson River) to make postcard-sized (6×8 inches) artwork on paper, cardstock, or unstretched canvas encompassing oil, acrylic, and watercolor paintings as well as photography, mixed media, collage art and woodcuts. In November, the exhibit traveled on to Elizabeth Atkin’s White Waratah Workshop Studio in Balmoral Village, New South Wales to be displayed for the first two weekend’s in November, during the region’s annual Art Studio Trail featuring 46 studios and galleries.
Here’s some photos of the exhibition on display at it’s latest, temporary, stop.
I’m all set up for Arts Goggle today from noon to 10pm in Fort Worth, Texas. The festival is free to attend, and features around 1000 artists (mostly local), plus around 50 musicians and bands. You can find me on Magnolia Street in front of Gus’s World Famous Chicken.
Earlier tonight was the art reception for A Point of View, hosted at the Theatre of North Texas located at 545 South Nolen Drive, Suite 250 in Southlake, Texas which featured a selection of my long exposure, night photography among some other offerings by local area artists. Thanks to everyone who came out. If you haven’t had a chance to view the exhibit, the work will be on display through October 26. Enjoy the art, and stay for a performance!
And tomorrow, Saturday October 19 please find me across from Gus’s Famous Chicken on Magnolia Street in Fort Worth during this year’s Arts Goggle, the free festival features around a thousand artists, and 50 musicians or bands.
Despite the rain delaying artist set-up, we still managed to open on time. The first evening at South Street Art Festival may have been a bit chilly, but the rest of the weekend looks absolutely beautiful. I’ll be here through the weekend (October 11-13, 2019), so please come out and check out the free festival and support your local artists in downtown Arlington, Texas.
You can check out my art currently on display in the Waltzing Across Texas exhibition, October 1-28, 2019, inside the historic Lancaster Theatre located at 300 S. Main St in Grapevine, Texas.
Historic Lancaster Theater
Sue Casa (leftmost)
Hay (left), Not Amoosed (right)
I’m thrilled to announce that I’m heading back for another year at Main Street Fest in Grapevine, Texas. I’ll be bringing prints, some ready-to-hang pieces, with a combination of older work and newer work too. There will be a little something for everyone.
I hope you’ll join me, and over 20 other local artists who are vending inside the historic Foust Funeral Home & Event Space inside Festival grounds located at 523 S. Main Street. Rain or shine, hot or cold we’re inside and have something for everyone, and every price point!
Please note our art area hours conclude before the festival shuts down on Friday and Saturday.
MAIN STREET FEST DAILY GENERAL ADMISSION
$7 Adults // $5 Seniors 62+ // $5 Children 6-12 years
*Admission is free on Friday from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
**Children under the age of 6 are free
Weekend pass for $15.
For more information about the festival including parking, entertainment, and more, please visit the official website at: https://www.grapevinetexasusa.com/main-street-fest/
I’m thrilled to announce that a four-panel jury has invited three of my photographic works into their “2019 Best of Photography Exhibit” at Stonehenge Gallery which has been specializing in fine art for nearly 50 years. The exhibit runs July 8-31, 2019, with an opening reception July 11 at 5:30pm at Stonehenge Gallery located at 401 Cloverdale Road in Montgomery, Alabama.
The pieces (Solitude, Contemplation & Open Doors) were all taken in various churches across the state of Texas.
Solitude – St. Olaf’s Kirke near Cransfill Gap, Texas
Open Doors – St. Chisos Mission in the ghost town of Terlingua, Texas
Contemplation – St. Olaf’s Kirke near Cransfill Gap, Texas
Keller’s Elm Street Studio hosts the art show Life in Frame from January 9th through March 1st, featuring the works of local, award-winning photographer KC Hulsman. The exhibition is a celebration of life as well as the beauty of age and decay. The public is invited to the free artist reception on Friday, February 1at 6pm located inside the gallery located at 139 South Elm Street in Keller, Texas. Both Elm Street Studio and the artist KC Hulsman are committed to giving back to their local community, so a portion of all exhibition sales will be donated to the Humane Society of North Texas.