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SMAC will host new exhibit 'Ozark Blooming'

In the upcoming art exhibit, Southern Missouri Arts Connection (SMAC) will be featuring the work of Jenny Green of Springfield. The exhibit will run from May 3 to June 1 at the SMAC Art Center gallery on historic Downing Street in Hollister.



An opening night reception will be held Friday, May 3, from 6-9 p.m. in conjunction with Hollister’s First Friday Art Walk. Both the exhibit and reception are free and open to the public. Attendees may view the exhibit, tour the private studios and enjoy complimentary refreshments. The Vintage Paris Coffee kiosk will also be on site.


Green is a multi-talented artist, whose deep exploration into botany and screen-printing influenced her artwork for this exhibit. She chose flowers common to the Ozarks and created numerous monoprints of each one. These large-scale florals are exquisite in their botanical accuracy and detail, while each is a unique color combination. Green will also have greeting cards available for purchase.


Each month during their exhibits, SMAC highlights one of the many local nonprofit organizations that serves the area. This month SMAC is drawing attention to Faith Community Health, a Christian faith-based charitable clinic offering income-based health services in Branson. Their services include medical, pediatrics, mental health and vision. For donations, information or scheduling contact: info@faithcommunityhealth.org.


Southern Missouri Arts Connection (SMAC), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit local center of creativity, art education, innovation, and community partnership, strives to improve the quality of life in southern Missouri by connecting individuals with the arts, for the benefit of all.

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