Monday, June 13, 2011

Nature of Art III: Regionally & nationally-known musician Paul Kovac and Rachel Wearsch

Lake Metroparks is bringing the nature of art alive with the sights and sounds of artists who are internationally, nationally, regionally and locally known for their talents.

Nature of Art III:
Regionally & nationally-known musician Paul Kovac and Rachel Wearsch

June 18 • 5 - 7 pm • Lake Metroparks Farmpark Click here for more information

Singer, multi-instrumentalist, and scholar of American country music, Paul Kovac has been playing old-time and bluegrass music on guitar, mandolin, and banjo since he was a teen. Over the years, he has performed with a long list of musicians, including old-time with Dirk Powell and Rick Good, and bluegrass with Bill Monroe and Hazel Dickens. 

Rachel Wearsch has been performing professionally for over 25 years. She holds a master in music education with an emphases in classical piano. Rachel's original music is a combination of country, bluegrass, folk and blues. Besides the piano, she also plays the guitar, mandolin, bass and lap steel. Rachel produced and played most of the instruments on this album.



Fiber Arts Show / Western Reserve Rug Hookers Guild Annual Rug Show
The Fiber Art show showcases works of fine artistry in fiber arts and fiber textiles, featuring works from the Western Reserve Rug Hookers Guild.

Entries will be on display in the Visitor Center. View nearly 200 pieces of fiber art, including knitted, crocheted, woven, and felted items as well as hand-hooked rugs.

Lake Metroparks' The Nature of Art Series combines a musical program matched with a featured themed art show, held in the natural settings of one of the Lake Metroparks throughout Lake County.  

Featured art show themes include western style artistry, unique natural components of an award winning park, fiber arts, and more.  

Admission to the Nature of Art series is free
Funded in part by a Art & Culture Grand of the Lake County Visitors Bureau.

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