Thursday, November 20, 2008

Watercolors, beads, and sequins. Oh, my!

Watercolors shown here by Anne Nahser and Dottie Burton.

Beyond his obvious talents and flair for subdued fashion, Liberace loved the arts. All arts.

So it's only fitting that a tradition of inviting other artists and art organizations from around the area to display new work has begun.

Last month it was work from the Henderson Art Association. This month work from the Nevada Watercolor Society is being showcased in the 75-seat Cabaret Showroom at the Liberace Museum.

The museum is located at 1775 E. Tropicana Avenue at Spencer. The show officially opens with a reception this evening, Thursday, November 20, from 6:00 to 8:00 pm. The reception is free to the public but feel free to come early, check out the rest of the sights and sounds the museum has to offer. Make a donation. Take a tour. Pick up a little something for the holidays from the gift shop.

The show will continue to be on display but for just under a week. It ends November 26. This is a quick one. So check it out while you can.

Sorry for the last-minute notice. Again, we've got a few things to work out. Help us and support us as we all do our part to build this dynamic cultural community, one successful event at a time.

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