The Clark County Rodeo and Fair has something for everyone, and art enthusiasts of all types will definitely want to venture into the Exhibit Hall, located in the southwest corner of the fairgrounds, to view the impressive work of artists of all ages. There you can view a wide variety of art, including drawing, painting, wood burning, mixed media, carving, photography, quilting, and much more.

A stroll through the exhibits is not only a cool and quiet change from the sun and fairground sounds, and one can do a quick tour, but don’t be surprised if you want to linger as you take in the creativity and beauty of the art. One mother of two children ages 8 and 11 remarked, “I think we all are feeling inspired to get out the art supplies after the fair and see what we can create!” Her son and daughter, ages 8 and 11, nodded in agreement. (Photos by Cheryl Kirking)

“Best of Show” and other top ribbons were awarded to Amanda Crisp of Logandale. The elephant was drawn in graphite pencil and the eagle a woodburning on basswood.
Hen motif adorns this by Beverly Evans
Dream-like tree by Amiah Dominguez of Moapa

Woman’s face by Marissa Perez of Logandale

Pointalism by Richard Bush of Overton

Butterfly by Ashley B.

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