Jell-O art takes center stage amidst Easter candy craze
EUGENE, Ore. - With Easter approaching, it's not all just about chocolate bunnies this weekend.
Jell-O is taking center stage at an art show in Eugene on Saturday night, featuring all type of art made using the wobbly treat.
Organizers are also offering a small buffet of Jell-O in case you get hungry.
Queen of Jell-O art, Diane McWhorter, is sharing her dried Jell-O flower sculptures and other designs at the event.
"It's really a fun medium to fool around with, and it's challenging," said McWhorter. "It doesn't always do what you think it's going to do or what you want it to do, so it's a good learning experience."
The show is happening on Saturday evening at the Maude Kerns Art Center in Eugene. Three dollars will get you through the door, and it runs until 8:00 p.m.