Dirtbag Arts is an ongoing and ever-changing arts showcase in Kansas City. Featuring a variety of different artists who cover a wide spectrum of artistic styles. From dolls to custom woodworking to jewelry made from old skateboard decks.
One of a kind art is about all you will find at a Dirtbag Arts event.
Stay connected over at the Facebook.com/dirtbagarts page to receive information about the artists and upcoming events.
Dirtbag arts is a Beatnik Radio Approved Affair.
Learn more about and contact the artists below.
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First up: Brendan O’Shaughnessy from Lovesick Clothing, a men’s and women’s apparel company committed to the message of love and life.
For Love, Utterly Despised.
Next: Ali Bustos from a. whitwood.
A. Whitwood Studio is made up of thoughts and sub creations from the mind of a gal named Ali.
Based in Kansas City, Ali is a painter who is currently experimenting with fabric and the ways it can bring people joy.
She believes art is something that spills over into every part of life and is a connector piece between individuals.
Order your custom-made man-doll to look just like mom and dad. Jr. will love having a realistic doll that looks like mom and dad.
Learn more at www.awhitwood.com
Next: Kendon McBee from KM Design.
Kendon is a custom woodworker painting, refinishing and building custom furniture.
There is nothing new under the sun and Kendon’s mission is to reveal that which is already beautiful within existing pieces of wood.
And now: Kira Terry from Wooden Hands.
Creating more than just jewelry, specifically wearable art from old skateboard decks. Bracelets, earrings and more.
Thrashed skateboard decks have a second life thanks to Kira.
Drill it out and polish it up. A one of a kind piece of jewelry has been created.
Last: Amanda Crown.
You will have to hunt her down in the real world to get your hands on her art. Perhaps at the next DirtBag Arts event.
Bags, aprons, scarfs and more made from colorful cloth and other materials.
Amanda’s art is proof that creativity can easily come from having limited options and boundarys.