annual celebration sponsored by the Washington Business Association in honor
of the season on Friday December 12 from 6 to 8 pm.
For the festivities: a booksigning of WAA¹s recently released Art & Food, a collection of art & recipes from nearly 100 Washington Art Association members. Cookbook author Susan
Purdy, former fashion designer Linda Allard, and ceramist Elizabeth
MacDonald, will be on hand for the evening to sign.
And, for Friday night only, we are inviting all children, 12 and under, to
pick a balloon. Inside each balloon will be a hidden tag with a surprise $
value attached, which they can then use to purchase a gift from a select
group of items.
The gallery is located at 4 Bryan Plaza will be open for the season from
Tuesday through Saturday loam to 5 pm and Sunday from noon to 4pm.
All proceeds from the sale support the Washington Art Association. For information or
directions, please call 860-868-2878
EBK Gallery [small works]
218 Pearl St
Terrence Lavin | Sculpture
on view: December 8 - December 20, 2014
art reception Saturday, December 13, 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
(artwork shown by appointment during the week)
Treat yourself or a loved one to a new piece of locally crafted fine jewelry from
The Silver Web Collection
50% discount on select 14k gold and sterling silver pieces
specializing in remounts and repairs
Visit the Gallery to see Rachel Girshick's timeless and elegant designs on the following days:
which will be held at Portland Library on Freestone Avenue in
Portland beginning December 5th. Do come, view the art and
buy that special piece of art that catches your eye.
The Opening Reception hosted by the Friends of Portland Library
will be December 13th from 2 pm to 4 pm.This will be a wonderful
time for you to meet the artists, vote for your favorite piece of art to
receive the People's Choice Award and buy that favorite piece of art
as a special gift for your family member, friend or yourself!
The show will continue until January 17th. It will be open during
library hours: Mon-Wed 10 am- 8 pm. Thurs: 12-6 pm. Fri and
Suzan Scott Open Studio:
Open Studio Holiday Hours: Sunday December 14th, 1-5pm and by appointment. Come by and see the latest work to come out of my new home/studio here in the Northwest hills!
I've relocated to 387 South Street, 3rd floor, in Litchfield CT. New location, new work, new explorations, new look. The light is different here. The views are magnificent and I am re-inspired, working from a new perspective with new vistas and new perceptions!
Already there are many new pieces, recently completed, and others still in process. There is a good selection of finished works, on paper and on canvas, framed and unframed, as well as a year's worth of Vitamin A smallworks to view.
Would love to see you on December 14th, 1-5pm. Viewing hours by appointment also, you are welcome to come by the studio at your convenience, simply call or message or email me to set up a time to stop in and view the work.
On display during normal Library hours, 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Monday-Friday and 11:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. Saturday.
CALL FOR ARTISTS:
EMERGING ARTISTS DEADLINE EXTENDED TO DECEMBER 13
SMALL WORKS EXHIBIT OPEN FOR ENTRY
EMERGING ARTISTS 2015, Deadline (extended) December 13, 2014
Annual Open International Competition For Limner Gallery exhibition,
Solo show and Direct Art print awards
SMALL WORKS 2015, Deadline December 31, 2014ENTRY LINKS HERE
Open to works under 20" - Limner Gallery exhibition and sale
No Entry Fee to apply
123 Warren Street
Hudson, NY 12534
Open Call for Artists, Sculptors, Photographers, and Artisans
Easton Arts Council, PO Box 142 Easton, CT 06612, seeks original
Painting, Drawing, Photography, Sculpture and Artisan entries for its
Annual Art Show January 15 - February 27,2015 at the Easton Public
Library 691 Morehouse Rd.. Entry deadline is January 10. Download entry
forms at www.eastonartscouncil.org/upcomingevents. Inquiries:
or call (203) 374-0705 and (203) 261-0175.
Achieve the Career You Imagine!
Apply Now to Make.Art.Work. 2015!
January - June 2015
Make.Art.Work. is a comprehensive career training program created for the working artist. Learn essential creative business and entrepreneurial skills alongside your peers in a supportive, cooperative environment through lessons, assignments and coaching. Complete your training by collaborating with fellow artists to curate a group exhibition in your region. The program, open to Connecticut visual artists and runs from January to June 2015 in monthly three-hour evening sessions in Fairfield, Hartford or New Haven counties. Join the cohort of artists in your community! Monthly sessions for the New Haven cohort will be held at Artspace.
Visit www.MakeArtWork.org/NewHaven for dates and details.