Jacki Kellum will be enjoying the slightly cooler weather the first weekend of October, as she shows a few of her original paintings and illustrations at the Lillie Hobbs Fall Art & Antique Festival in Omaha, Arkansas, on October 4, 5, and 6 of 2019.
Jacki will also have two portfolios displaying the actual illustrations for two of her picture books at the Lillie Hobbs Show.
Where Is the Lillie Hobbs Fall Art & Antique Festival?
Lillie Hobbs is slightly under half-way between Harrison, AR, and Branson, MO, on Highway 65.
Even when nothing else is going on, the Lillie Hobbs Mercantile is a neat place to grab lunch and to browse through a few racks of exotic giftwares. but since 2018, Lillie Hobbs has also become a venlue to see the additional arts and antiques that are a part of a special fall showing. In 2018, buyers could browse through booths of pottery, jewelry, fabric pieces, glass, and vintage collectibles at the Lillie Hobbs Fall Festival, and I believe that the same will be true in 2019.
The Raven – Jacki Kellum Watercolor – Original Sold
Although most of my original pieces have sold, I’ll be showing a few original pieces, as well as some reasonably priced prints and cards.
Little Napoleon: The Rooster – Jacki Kellum Watercolor – Original Sold
Autumn in the Ozarks – Jacki Kellum Watercolor – Original and prints are still available.
Baby Cardinal – Jacki Kellum Watercolor – Original and Prints are Still Available
Fiesta: Gerbera Daisies – Jacki Kellum Watercolor – Original and Prints are Still Available
Hardy Red Hibiscus – Jacki Kellum Watercolor – Original and Prints are Still Available
The Last Rose of Summer – Jacki Kellum Watercolor – Original Sold
Old Blush Rose – Jacki Kellum Watercolor – Original and Prints are Still Available
Boy in Curls – Jacki Kellum Watercolor – Original Sold
As I said, I’ll have some very reasonable prints and cards available to buy at the Lillie Hobbs Festival, and I’ll have a few originals, too.
The Sun Needs to Rise, but the Rooster’s in Bed – Jacki Kellum Picture Book Illustration
This year, however, visitors will be able to look at my picture book illustrations up close and personal.