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Leather artist Chip Liebel to present Quick Draw at Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center

Posted on 3/28/2016

Washburn, ND -- The art of Mandan, ND leather artist Chip Liebel is currently on exhibit at the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center, titled Carving Leather: The Art of Chip Liebel, until July 5.

On Saturday, April 2 from 3 to 6 p.m. at the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center, Liebel will present a Quick Draw event and reception, where the public is invited to witness how she makes her unique art. Liebel will demonstrate both her leatherworking and airbrushing skills. Meet Liebel and watch her showcase her amazing skills as she carves a horse out of leather and airbrush paints a bison skull. The resulting artworks will be offered during a silent auction after the reception for Liebel, with proceeds to benefit the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center.

The Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center is located 40 miles north of Bismarck at the intersection of US 83 and ND 200A in Washburn. Admission to the event is included in the normal entry fee to the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center: $7.50 for adults, $5 for adults with a North Dakota Parks and Recreation vehicle pass, and free for members of the Lewis & Clark Fort Mandan Foundation. All students receive free admission as well thanks to a grant from the MDU Resources Foundation.

This event is sponsored by the Lewis and Clark Fort Mandan Foundation.

For more information, contact Robert Hanna at (701) 462-8535.


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