Sneak Peek at Empty Bowls Art
The 16th annual Empty Bowls event is right around the corner! Each year, local artists and restaurants provide amazing art and food that make the event one to remember. The event takes place on Wednesday, March 7, 2018 at the Will Rogers Memorial Center in Fort Worth.
We interviewed three local artists involved in this year’s Empty Bowls. Take a sneak peek at some of the art you’ll see at the event in the video below.
With every ticket purchase, you’ll be able to take home a handmade bowl. You can choose from ceramic bowls along with bowls made of wood, glass, metal, fabric and even paper.
From bowls signed by celebrities to bowls painted by local school children, you’re sure to walk away with something unique. You’ll also walk away with the great feeling of having provided food for your neighbors. Every $65 ticket helps provide 325 nutritious meals for hungry North Texans.
Empty Bowls Art: A Team Effort
This year, more than 500 artists, artisans, hobbyists, school children, church groups and community groups have contributed bowls to the event. Each year, our dedicated Empty Bowls steering committee puts in countless hours to make the event a success. When you walk in the doors at the event, you’ll see art from studios of several committee members.
Steering committee members contributing Empty Bowls art:
- Susan Cook
- Glenda Endres
- Amy Helling
- Gina McEuen
- Laurel McEuen
- Jo-Ann Mulroy
- Jann Orr
- Ken Orr
- Janet Rodriguez (Artist Chair)
- Ron Traylor
- Kathy Wolfe
We hope to see you there!