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1. Raymer auction
The Raymer Society is pleased to announce that its sixth consignment art auction will take place at 1 p.m. Oct. 7 at the Trinity United Methodist Church, 224 S. Main St, Lindsborg.
The auction will feature works by Lester Raymer in several mediums and Birger Sandzén, including an oil painting and lithographs. This auction also features many works by Lindsborg, regionally and nationally known artists.
You can view all of the consigned art by visiting http://lesterraymer.org.
There will be a preview of auction pieces on the day of the auction at the church from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. when the live auction begins.
A silent auction of approximately 50 works of art will be held at the church during the same time as the live auction. For bidding options and other information visit www.redbarnstudio.org.
Bidders can also participate online by clicking on the http://liveauctioneers.com link on the Raymer Society website. Proceeds from the sale will go to support the mission of the Raymer Society: to preserve and promote the work and memory of Lester Raymer and to provide public opportunities for artistic and cultural enrichment.
2. Meet an artist
Swedish textile artist, Maud Brorson and husband, Alf Brorson both of Torsby, Sweden, will be the artists-in-residence at the Red Barn Studio Museum from Oct. 5 through Oct. 19
The Red Barn Studio Museum will host a reception for the Brorsons from 5 to 8 p.m. Oct. 13 during Lindsborg’s Second Friday Makers Street Artwalk.
Maud Brorson’s talents include weaving and ornamental needlework, vegetable dyeing fibers, lace making, crochet work, macramé, hand and machine knitting, and she also does Flemish weaving and dressmaking.
Because of their involvement in the community, the Brorson family has been named honorary citizens by the city of Lindsborg.
For more information, contact the Red Barn Studio Museum at email@example.com and 785 227-2217.
3. Catch a concert
LINDSBORG— The Kansas State University Saxophone Chamber Music Program, under the direction of Dr. Anna Marie Wytko, will be performing at the Birger Sandzén Memorial Gallery at 2 p.m. on Oct. 8. The concert is a part of the Sandzen Gallery’s 2017-18 chamber music series.
The saxophone program was established and is directed by Wytko, associate professor of saxophone at KSU. The group is comprised of bachelor, master, and doctoral collegiate level saxophone students.
Numerous saxophone quartets within this program have received national recognition from the nation’s top chamber music competitions and have performed at the North American Saxophone Alliance National Conference and the Kansas Music Educators’ Association Conference.
They have also presented numerous concerts at the Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art and the Manhattan Arts Center in Manhattan, Kansas.
The Sandzén Gallery is located at 401 N. First St. in Lindsborg. There is no charge for the concert, however, donations are appreciated.
For further information, please call the Gallery at 785-227- 2220 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.