If you haven’t seen the work of up and coming Dallas artist Levi Leddy, you’ve been missing out. Levi infuses bold, primary colors with his eclectic style to create intriguing, eye-catching paintings. In fact, there are many artists like Levi – emerging and established – floating around under the radar that have been dying to show you their stuff. Lucky you, this weekend kicks off “For the Love of Kettle” art show featuring Levi and more than 100 artists of the like who will sell their original artwork for a steal: $50 each.
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The premise of “For the Love of Kettle” is simple: Every artist is handed an 8″ x 12″ wooden board in which the artist with it whatever they wish. All proceeds from “For the Love of Kettle” will be given to Kettle Art to allow the gallery to stay in business.
Don’t miss your chance to purchase great work from extremely talented Dallas artists, and continue Kettle Art’s inclusive as opposed to exclusive gallery for Texas artists.
2714 Elm Street, Dallas
Kettle Art was opened in 2005 to showcase unconventional art forms such as graffiti, video and tattoo artists. Based on good people and without attitudes or scams, Kettle Arts brings together creative individuals who put big ideas into action. Look for both emerging and mid-career artists at “For the Love of Kettle.”