Saturday, May 25, 2019 at 10:00am
To reach the Village of Wagon Mound nestled under the Mound Mesa, one must traverse the grasslands of the Jicarilla Apache. Rising above the prairie, from any direction in any season, the volcanic mesas known as the Cornudos Hills are a magical sight. The village has a fire department, school, city hall, one church, two gas stations, a community garden, about 120 lived in homes, 300 residents, history, dilapidated adobe structures and an art center project.
Sponsored by Springer Electric Cooperative, the veterans' art project will host its 3rd art fest on Railroad Avenue. You are cordially invited to make the journey and enjoy the fest. Artists and craftspersons are genuinely invited to exhibit their creations. Food vendors are sincerely encouraged to provide for the hungry. Participants will not be charged an entry fee.
Artists will be exhibiting and selling (no bank – cash is best) astounding watercolors, oils on canvas, acrylics, woodcarvings, wood crafts, pottery, rock art, possibly weavings and more. A caricaturists will be on hand to capture your portrait. What do you have to present? Set up may begin as early as the week ahead. Let's have fun.
JOIN FOR JUST $16 A YEAR