The sights of the 2015 Prairie Village Art Show

Wire dancer sculptures dangled above the crowd at the Prairie Village Art Show.
Wire dancer sculptures dangled above the crowd at the Prairie Village Art Show.

The skies may have been grey, but there were plenty of sunny dispositions and vibrant colors in the art tents at this year’s Prairie Village Art Show.

Here are a few of the sights from this year’s event:

Young artists inspired by the work around them had the opportunity to paint their own canvas at the Pinot's Palette station.
Young artists inspired by the work around them had the opportunity to paint their own canvas at the Pinot’s Palette station.
Some of the paintings were bigger than the people.
Some of the paintings were bigger than the people.
Three of the Kansas City Pianos on Parade were on hand for patrons to play.
Three of the Kansas City Pianos on Parade were on hand for patrons to play.
The Chocolate Frog Cafe, which is opening in the former Standees restaurant space, gave attendees a preview of some of its menu items.
The Chocolate Frog Cafe, which is opening in the former Standees restaurant space, gave attendees a preview of some of its menu items.
Vibrant colors and whimsical characters abounded.
Vibrant colors and whimsical characters abounded.