DFW Reporting, April 27, 2012

Proceeds from Art in the Square Donated to Local Charities

 

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Now in its thirteenth year Art in the Square in Southlake is a weekend full of food, friends, fun and of course art. Ranked number eight in the United States Art in the Square has become one of the most sought after art events by artists across the country.

“There’s oil paintings,” said Samantha Munns, Chair of Art in the Square. “There’s sculptures. There’s photography. There’s jewelry. We had over seven hundred applications again this year. It’s becoming so popular now. This year even our wait list we didn’t even have to touch it because every artist turned up. They were so glad that they had been chosen.”

“I’m very impressed with what’s here already,” said artist Stephen Baldauf. “It looks great. It looks like a really nice show.”

The Southlake Women’s Club hopes to have a great turn out this year and raise even more money than last year. Art in the Square lasts through this Sunday evening.

Watch the video in HD above produced by our News Without The Blues team – the only news team in Texas that only reports on positive news! This video was reported by Journalist Angela Hamann and shot by Videographer Chris Ghanbari.