An Evening with America's Muralist, Raine Clotfelter
Friday, January 28th, 2022
- 6:00pm - 7:00pm
- Historic Owen Theatre, Branson, 65616
- $5 donation
The Branson Regional Arts Council presents an exciting and informative speaker, Raine Clotfelter, also known as America's Muralist. On Friday, January 28th at 6pm in the Historic Owen Theatre in downtown Branson,
A $5 donation at the door will benefit the Arts Council, and everyone is invited to attend.
Raine will be speaking on topics such as: building an art business, how to price your artwork, working as a team, Art business etiquette, what products to use, as well as tips and tricks of the trade.
There will also be a digital presentation of Raines murals followed by a question and answer period.
Raine is a professional Artist/Illustrator seeking to revitalize and enrich our nation's most valued resources; its citizens and communities by capturing in his murals, the unique individuals and historical events that made this country what it is today.
Raine’s artwork has been published in military publications Link, Surface Warfare and Navy News. He has historical pieces displayed in military recruiting and reserve centers in Washington, Oklahoma and Texas. Other works of art are displayed on ships and in commands where he served in the 1980s. He has been classified as a naval historian for his works on naval history.
In addition, he has done pieces for Walt Disney Productions, Columbia Pictures Entertainment, Tri-Star Entertainment, Time Warner and Branson Teleproductions. In music publications he has designed for entertainers such as Reba McEntire, Garth Brooks, Dolly Parton, Hank Williams Jr., and Clint Black. Clients in the corporate world include JC Penney, Radio Shack, Comp USA, Boeing, McDonald Douglas, Texas Instruments and Raytheon.
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Historic Owen Theatre
205 S Commercial St
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