A Bucketful of Maine

BucketAn evening of fun and learning is in the plans for Thursday, July 16, from 5 to 7:30 p.m., at Old Number 9 on Friendship Street in Waldoboro Village — a relaxed and inspiring setting featuring “The Way of All Fish,” a special show of paintings by Waldoboro artist, Chris Augusta. Hors d’oeuvres, wine, and beverages will be part of the evening’s enjoyment. Joyce Steel, a life-long artist and art teacher, will lead a workshop on collage design. Students will be applying natural objects to a surface to form a collage assemblage – then later spraying it with a protective sealant.

What to bring: a small bucket with objects from the shore or from the land, selections made in time for them to be thoroughly dry before the class and objects that are not too large and heavy – nor those which are too delicate to be handled without disintegrating. Objects need not be whole – pieces are fine and make for interesting shapes and arrangements!

Registration is required. Information will be available at Old Number 9, Tidemark Gallery or the MAP – Medomak Arts Project Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/MAPMedomakArtsProject?fref=photo

Barn Gallery’s Midsummer Events

J_Adams_Man_Baseball“Man in Baseball Cap” by Jayne Adams

New shows take center stage as the Barn Gallery in Ogunquit hosts this years’ open juried regional show, a selection of photographs curated by Bruce Brown.  Part of the 2015 state wide “Maine Photography Project” exhibits, this exploration of the art of photography shows the wide range of creativity and techniques within the photographic community today.

Also newly installed, the members show features new art from the diverse group of artists of the Ogunquit Art Association, one of Maine’s oldest and most well known arts organizations.

The North Gallery hosts two concurrent solo exhibitions: Jayne Adams, a NH fine artist whose work is primarily figurative oil paintings on wood panel supports, and Rosalind Fedeli, a collage artist whose work begins with the objects she is able to find, buy, or fabricate. She then creates the boxes and frames and assembles the objects toward her intention result in the final piece. Both of these highly regarded artists will be giving a talk about their work on Thursday, July 16 at 7:30 p.m. The midsummer shows are up through Saturday, July 25.

Invited New England Sculptors display three-dimensional work for sale in the peaceful outdoor Sculpture Court. Don’t miss the ever-changing array of small works of art available in the Collectors Gallery.

Barn Gallery’s exciting schedule of figure drawing sessions, art videos, artist gallery talks and workshops begins in July. Go to www.barngallery.org for further information.

Most Barn Gallery events are free and the gallery has limited free parking. Visitors are encouraged to park elsewhere during receptions and the Auction. Details on parking alternatives are available at Barn Gallery.

Gallery hours are Monday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday from 1 to 5 p.m.. Barn Gallery is located 3 Hartwig Lane, near the corner of Shore Road and Bourne Lane. For further information about 2015 exhibits, workshops, and special events pick up a brochure at the gallery, call 207-646-8400 or go to www.barngallery.org

 

July 4 ArtLab Pinwheels Workshop

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The Center for Maine Contemporary Art (CMCA) will present an ArtLab for All Ages: Pinwheel workshop on Saturday, July 4, from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. at the Coastal Children’s Museum (CCM), 75 Mechanic Street, Rockland. Celebrate the 4th of July with CMCA and make a festive pinwheel sure to spin in the fantastic midcoast breezes. This is the first partnership of CMCA and the CCM and there will be more to come.  Please join us for the holiday!

ArtLab is made possible in part thanks to the generous support of Camden National Bank, the Davis Family Foundation, the Milton and Sally Avery art Foundation, and individual donors. CMCA is a nonprofit organization advancing contemporary art in Maine through exhibitions and educational programs.

For more information, call (207) 236-2875.

Saturday Art Together at Waterfall Arts

Suminiagashi singleBridget Matros, Kids and Family Outreach Coordinator, will lead Saturday Art Together, a series of family art making sessions at Waterfall Arts this summer. The first one, Zen Morning, is on Saturday June 20 from 10 a.m. to noon. This workshop has families (parents, kids, grandparents, caretakers) work together to explore the ancient art of suminagashi, Japanese paper marbling. Telling the story of suminagashi introduces focusing skills and the concept of letting nature collaborate in the process. The technique is foolproof, so while the process is memorable and extremely enjoyable, everyone also takes home gorgeous marbled papers.

These parent-child art making sessions offer memorable times together using fun materials without the stress of making a “perfect product”. While working side by side, adults will learn ways to support creative thinking, problem solving, and self-expression while getting some art therapy, themselves! Matros taught family workshops and creative development seminars at Boston Children’s Museum for 10 years and is a published advocate for quality creative experiences in early childhood education.

The cost of the workshop is $15 for one adult and child; $6 for each additional family member. Waterfall Arts, 256 High Street, Belfast, is supported by the Maine Arts Commission, an independent state agency supported by the National Endowment for the Arts and year-long sponsor, ReVision Energy.

For more information on classes and workshops for kids and adults, visit waterfallarts.org, stop by, or call the office at 207 338 2222.

Islesford Dock Gallery Workshops

Islesford Dock Gallery

The Islesford Dock Gallery is offering three full days of painting workshops on a Maine island! Session 1: Check in for dinner, Monday, September 7 (Labor Day) and depart: Thursday afternoon, September 10. Session 2: Check in for dinner Friday, September 11 and depart: Monday afternoon, September 14.

The gallery is located on Little Cranberry Island in Islesford. For more information, contact Cynthia or Dan Lief at islesforddock@gmail.com or  visit IslesfordDock.com

Summer Classes + Workshops for Adults at Waterfall Arts

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June offerings for adults at Waterfall Arts include Writing in Nature led by Linda Buckmaster which meets for three weeks from 6 to 9 pm starting Monday, June 8. This all-levels course directs the writer’s focus to responding to the natural world. Beginning Tuesday, June 9 from 5:30 to 8:30 pm, ceramic artists Cory Upton-Cosulich and Adam Bogosian will lead an eight week, all levels course in making and glazing functional pottery.

Printmaker Tara Law will teach a monoprint workshop on Saturday, June 13 from 10 am to 3 pm. Kris Engman leads Plein Air Painting a la Carte for four days, June 15, 17, 18 and 19 from 10 to 4 each day. Students may choose to attend one or more days. The class will concentrate on understanding color theory and making it work outdoors, painting in four different locations in and around Belfast.

While making photographs in a darkroom has fallen out of fashion, Waterfall Arts has built a traditional black and white darkroom. Mike Fletcher will introduce the magic of film photography, developing and printing in a six week class beginning Monday, June 15 from 5:30 to 7:30 pm.

Another free printmaking demo and open studio is scheduled for Thursday, June 18 from 5:30 to 7:30 pm. Experienced print makers demonstrate different printing techniques and there is plenty of time to make your own prints afterwards. On Saturday, June 27th, Willy Reddick will teach White-Line Block printing techniques in a one day workshop from 10 am to 3 pm.

There are many more classes and workshops for adults and young people scheduled for July and August. Complete listings can be found on the updated website http://www.waterfallarts.org, where you can now register and pay online. Printed brochures listing all classes, exhibitions, residencies and events are available at Waterfall Arts and locations around Belfast. To request a printed copy, call the office at 338-2222 or stop by 256 High Street in Belfast.

 

CMCA hosts ArtLab for All Ages

CMCAThe Center for Maine Contemporary Art will present an ArtLab for All Ages: Nomadic Vehicles workshop on Saturday, June 6, from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. at its temporary Rockland location, CMCA Bicknell, 11 Lime Street. In this fun and explorative workshop participants will fold and design their very own miniature paper camper, inspired by the works on view in Kevin Cyr: Becoming Nomads and Everywhere Forever: Sean O’Brien. Admission is free and everyone is welcome. No preregistration is required; all materials will be provided.

ArtLab is made possible in part thanks to generous support from Camden National Bank, the Davis Family Foundation, the Milton and Sally Avery Art Foundation, and individual donors. The Center for Maine Contemporary Art is a nonprofit organization advancing contemporary art in Maine through exhibitions and educational programs.

For more information, visit cmcanow.org

Registration Open for Classes, Workshops and Camp at Waterfall Arts

Waterfall Arts Earth Arts Camp

Registration is open for new classes, workshops and School Vacation Art Camp; all are scheduled to begin in April at Waterfall Arts.

For young artists, Linda Stec leads the ever popular Wonders of Clay on Wednesday afternoons beginning April 29th, and teaching artist Bridget Matros presents an all-natural Earth Arts Camp during April School Vacation April 20th to 24th. The Bridge after school program will start a new session in April, check the website for details.

Waterfall Arts Still Life Painting with Acrylics

“Still Life with Robot” by Mike Fletcher

For adults and older teens, Mike Fletcher teaches a five week Still Life Painting with Acrylics class on Monday evenings beginning April 13th. Adventures in Printmaking with Gwen Tatro begins Wednesday, April 8th. Cory Upton-Cosulich and Adam Bogosian return with Ceramics All Levels on Tuesday evenings beginning April 14th. Open clay and print studio hours with experienced monitors available for technical assistance are held on Wednesdays and Thursdays. The Saturday morning Life Drawing Group continues to meet from 9:30 to noon every week. Join the fun!

Waterfall Arts Ceramics All Levels

All classes have minimum and maximum enrollment thresholds, so early registration will improve the chances of running and of your slot in it! Scholarships are available for some of the classes. Waterfall Arts is supported by the Maine Arts Commission, an independent state agency supported by the National Endowment for the Arts, foundations, local businesses and individual contributions. For registration information, complete details on classes and instructors, scholarship applications, exhibitions, art events, studio rentals and volunteer opportunities, visit waterfallarts.org, call (207) 338-2222 or stop by Waterfall Arts at 256 High Street in Belfast.

Young Hearts at Tidemark Gallery

Young Hearts at Tidemark Gallery

“Heartzilla” by Dillon Harvey, 2nd grade, mixed media

Miller School and Tidemark Gallery have formed a partnership that’s been growing since it began three years ago. This year, on Thursday, February 12, from 4 to 6pm, Tidemark will open its doors to the whole community for the third-annual February art show by the students of Miller School. The theme of the show is “Young Hearts.” Because it’s that Valentine’s Day time of year.

Students, kindergarten through grade six, do the work, learning about the “business” of creating and marketing something that is uniquely their own. Months ago, in preparation for this event, Miller’s art teacher, Laura Freeman, invited Eva Wagner, museum educator at the University of Maine Museum of Art to visit and to teach sixth graders how to choose and hang an art show and fifth graders how to write a show statement. Tidemark Gallery owner, Charlotte Davenhill, joined the class.

“It’s not hard to see how important this awareness and these skills are for every person growing up today,” said Davenhill, “Few of us will become rich and famous artists, but the ways the making of art teach us to observe, to organize our ideas and to value our colleagues and ourselves through putting our best work forward have got to be the ways to a better future.”

Miller’s Parent Teacher Organization lends its enthusiastic support in many ways, including wicked good refreshments at the opening.

The snow date for “Young Hearts” is Friday, February 13, 4 to 6 p.m.

Second Sundays at Harlow Gallery: Bookmaking

Bookmaking at Harlow Gallery

The Harlow Gallery’s Education Committee presents Second Sundays, a monthly series of community events held within the Gallery at 160 Water Street in Hallowell. January’s Second Sunday is Sunday, January 11, 2 – 4 p.m., ­Bookmaking – One piece of paper makes a book: ­Take one piece of paper, fold and cut it and you have a multi page book to use for drawings, doodles, collages, or stories.

Mark your calendars and look forward to activities on the second Sunday of every month at the Harlow. These events will bring artists and art lovers together to enjoy the process of making art as well as looking at art and discussing it. Many of the events will be perfect for families, and all are welcome. These sessions take place every 2nd Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Harlow Gallery, and are free and open to the public. Materials are provided, but participants are welcome to bring their own as well.

UPCOMING SECOND SUNDAYS:

  • January 11 Bookmaking – One piece of paper makes a book: ­Take one piece of paper, fold and cut it and you have a multi page book to use for drawings, doodles, collages, or stories.
  • February 8 Ross Grams Digital Art Speed Painting Demonstration: Ross Grams is a digital illustrator, concept artist and painter from Vienna, Maine. Check out his website rossgrams.com then come watch him in action.
  • March 8 ­Artist Trading Cards: ­Very small art works to make and trade. Little treasures created from all kinds of media.
  • April 12 Astrological Chart Mandalas: ­explore and create a mandala from your astrology chart. Chart included, Mixed media.
  • May 10 Art Critique: ­Bring one or two pieces that you are working on or have completed to a group critique. A great way to meet other artists and get some input on your work.

For more information contact the Harlow Gallery at (207) 622-3813 or visit harlowgallery.org.

New Winter Classes, Workshops and Art Camps at Waterfall Arts

Classes, workshops and art camps designed to add creativity to the colder months begin in January at Waterfall Arts.

Abbie Read demonstrates her gelatin print technique at a Print Studio Open House on Thursday, January 15th from 5:30 to 8 pm. The workshop is free or by donation and appropriate for all levels of expertise. The print shop also offers monitored open studio hours for artists who want to work on their own prints.

Mike Fletcher will lead Drawing 101, an eight week Monday evening class beginning January 19th. The class, for those with some experience, and especially beginners, is designed to help students understand and develop basic skills of drawing: perspective, composition, line quality and tonality. Creativity and artistic confidence will be encouraged as students work from life and imagination. The Saturday morning Life Drawing Group continues to meet from 9:30 to noon every week.

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The clay studio will be busy with ceramics classes for adults and kids. Adam Bogosian and Cory Upton-Consulich return as instructors for Ceramics for All, appropriate for experienced potters and beginners. The 8 week class begins Tuesday, January 20th. For kids 6 to 16, Linda Stec leads another round of the Wonders of Clay on Wednesday afternoon beginning Wednesday January 21. Open clay studio hours with experienced monitors available for technical assistance will be held on Wednesdays and Thursdays.

In February, Shawn Brewer leads a Saturday workshop, Screenprinting All Levels, on February 14th from 10 to 2 pm. The class as a group will explore different methods of alternative screen printing screen including creating monotypes using painterly marks and dynamic layering with different squeegee and inking techniques.

February School Vacation (Feb 16-20) seems a long way off, but a special art camp for 7 to 12 year olds is scheduled for that week – Art Meets Music, a week of painting, collage, constructing and creating, all inspired by music! From painting the blues, to jazz collage, DIY album cover making, and recycled instruments – there will be more than great memories to take home at the end of the week. Led by artist, musician and popular youth instructor Bridget Matros, and featuring additional volunteer musicians. Early registration is recommended.

All classes have minimum and maximum enrollment thresholds, so early registration will improve the chances of running and of your slot in it! Scholarships are available for some of the classes. Waterfall Arts is supported by the Maine Arts Commission, an independent state agency supported by the National Endowment for the Arts, foundations, local businesses and individual contributions. For registration information, complete details on classes and instructors, scholarship applications, exhibitions, art events, studio rentals and volunteer opportunities, visit waterfallarts.org, call 338-2222 or stop by Waterfall Arts at 256 High Street in Belfast.

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Artists Talk and Field Workshop at Waterfall Arts

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As part of the new exhibit, Experimental Comminglings at Waterfall Arts, artists Bethany Engstrom and Siglinde Langholz will talk about their work and the Comminglings installation and lead a field workshop on Saturday, November 8th beginning at 10:30 am. The workshop will look at socially engaged creative practices in relation to the exhibit. After the talk, they’ll lead the group outside to forage for local plants and other materials to archive and add to the exhibit. The event is free although donations are always appreciated. All are welcome; families and young people accompanied by an adult are encouraged to attend.

Experimental Comminglings is a hybrid of science lab and art studio, where the artists invite visitors to fully engage with, alter and transform the materials. The focus is on experimentation with natural materials and liquids in a variety of containers, with constantly evolving options due to the interaction of participants. Engstrom and Langholz are interdisciplinary and installation artists that are currently exploring ways to create new engagements with an audience by extending the way we all observe, understand, and relate to contemporary art. Both are involved with the University of Maine Interdisciplinary program: Engstrom recently received her PhD there and Langholz is in the process of completing her PhD requirements.

Waterfall Arts mission

Experimental Comminglings will be on display through November 26th; gallery hours are Tuesday through Friday from 10 to 5, during special events and by appointment. Waterfall Arts is located at 256 High Street in Belfast and is funded in part by a grant from the Maine Arts Commission, an independent state agency supported by the National Endowment for the Arts. For more information on exhibits, classes, studio rentals and events, visit waterfallarts.org, stop by or call 338-2222.

Second Sunday Community Events at Harlow Gallery

Harlow Gallery

Starting Sunday, mark your calendars and look forward to activities on the second Sunday of every month from 2-4 p.m. at the Harlow in Hallowell.

November 9: Collage
Make a collage by bringing your collected paper, cardboard, cloth, and anything else you have that can be glued to this event. Tell a story, share a memory, or express a emotion through your art piece.

December 14: Holiday Stenciling
Make wrapping paper, cards, or gifts with your own holiday images, paint, brushes, and sponges.

January 11: One Piece of Paper Makes a Book
Take one piece of paper, fold and cut it and you have a multi page book to use for drawings, doodles, collages, or stories.

February 8: Ross Grams Digital Art Speed Painting Demonstration
Ross Grams is a digital illustrator, concept artist and painter from Vienna, Maine. Check out his website rossgrams.com then come watch him in action.

March 8: Artist Trading Cards
Very small art works to make and trade. Little treasures created from all kinds of media.

April 12: Astrological Chart Mandalas
Explore and create a mandala from your astrology chart. Chart included. Mixed media.

Handmade Books Workshop at CMCA

Center for Maine Contemporary Art

The Center for Maine Contemporary Art in Rockport will present a day-long artist’s book workshop on Saturday, November 15, titled “Fast and Simple Book Making for Adults.” Participants will explore papers and other assorted materials used in making books, learn about the tools of the trade, and leave with at least one finished book. There will be instruction in accordion fold and pamphlet-stitched books and how to make both hard and soft covers. Time permitting, participants will also experiment with Instant Books, made from a single sheet of paper. Instructor for the workshop is Sandy Weisman, a book, fiber, and mixed media artist and poet. She is the former director of gallery education at Massachusetts College of Art and is owner of 26 Split Rock Cove, an artists’ retreat in South Thomaston. No previous experience is needed, and all materials will be provided. The workshop will run from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., and the fee is $100; $90 for CMCA members. To register or for more information, visit or call CMCA at 236-2875.

ArtLab workshops are made possible in part thanks to generous support from Camden National Bank, Harbor Square Gallery, the Milton and Sally Avery Art Foundation, and individual donors. The Center for Maine Contemporary Art is a nonprofit organization advancing contemporary art in Maine through exhibitions and educational programs. Exhibition galleries are open Tues.-Sat. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.and Sun. 1 to 5 p.m. Admission: $5; CMCA members free. FMI: cmcanow.org.

Watercolor Workshop at the Farnsworth

On three consecutive Fridays, beginning on October 17, the Farnsworth Art Museum will present a watercolor workshop, taught by Lesia Sochor. The workshop, entitled An Introduction to Watercolor, will take place from 9 a.m. to noon at the Gamble Education Center, on the corner of Grace and Union Streets in Rockland.

In this 3-week introductory class, students will explore watercolor’s transparent qualities. Participants will learn about washes, gradations, tonal values, manipulating and controlling the medium while being open to its endless surprises.

Farnsworth Art Museum“Summer Mist” by Lesia Sochor

Artist Lesia Sochor is a graduate of the Philadelphia College of Art and is an enthusiastic teacher who believes anyone has the ability to create. She has lived, painted and exhibited in Maine for 34 years.

 

NRCM offers Watercolor Workshop

“Penobscot at Whetstone” by Marsha Donahue

“Penobscot at Whetstone” by Marsha Donahue

Please join the Natural Resources Council of Maine for an exciting opportunity to explore and paint views of the proposed National Park. On Sunday, August 24th local artist and instructor Marsha Donahue will hold a day-long watercolor workshop at the Katahdin Woods & Waters Recreation Area. The bus departs at 8 a.m. from Medway. Pack your portable painting equipment, bug spray, and a portable chair. Your supplies should fit in a backpack. The fee for the workshop is $65 and includes lunch. Participants are responsible for materials and lodging. Please contact Eliza Donoghue at eliza@nrcm.org or (207) 430-0118 with any questions.

High Street Studio celebrates “Patchwork of Color”

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“Sewing Strata” by Diane Savona

High Street Studio & Gallery in Belfast hosts guest artists Jeanne Dawson, Diane Hire, Diane Savona, and Jerri Finch for “Patchwork of Color: Quilts as Inspiration” August 28 through September 24 with and Opening Reception Friday, August 29 from 5 – 8 p.m with hands on activities.

A one-day acrylic painting workshop with artist Susan Tobey White at Penobscot Marine Museum will be held on Friday, August 15 from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm.

The exhibition and workshop anticipate “Do It Your Way: The Quilters of Gee’s Bend” at the Fiber College of Maine in September.

Bristol Road artists exhibit under tents

 

On August 22 – 24, land and seascape artists, Will Kefauver, 144 Bristol Rd., and Jan Kilburn, 168 Bristol Rd., along with Marnie Sinclair, 172 Bristol Rd., from the Bristol Road Galleries, will be featuring their own work as well as that of visiting artists, under several tents. Saturday, during the day, Marnie will be demonstrating how to create fanciful birds and animal wire sculptures. Her demonstration as well as that of other artists will be followed by a reception from 4 – 6 p.m.

Marnie Sinclair, a process artist who works in many different mediums, has just opened her gallery, The Sinclair Gallery, on the Bristol Rd. in Damariscotta. She is newly arrived to the area from Martha’s Vineyard and since moving here has joined three other artists who are close neighbors to create the Bristol Road Galleries.

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“CO2 (in the atmosphere from fossil fuel emissions)” by Marnie Sinclair

Marnie’s work has always been inspired by nature and her particular affinity is for animals. Sculpture is her preferred mode of expression and she has recently started to create birds and animals in wire. The wire sculpture is an off shoot of a series of 52 sculptures that were done in driftwood, electrical wire and theater gels and spoke directly to the many aspects of climate change. Her sense of urgency about the state of the planet led to a video that she created using her work to illustrate the story of climate change as told by three experts in the field: “Nature’s Spin Through Art.”

Since arriving in Maine she has created a traveling exhibit of this work along with her video and talk about art, balance, and climate change. Currently she is looking for venues in which to do her talk. As an environmental activist she is also part of a group in Lincoln County who are starting an Energy Coop.

Art Workshops and instruction with Susan Tobey White

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Indulge yourself in color and creativity as you discover the many approaches of acrylic painting. Susan Tobey White’s simplified approach to color theory challenges experienced painters while giving confidence to those who are just beginning. Susan’s strength is in her respect for the individual and an understanding that we all learn in different ways. Her goal is to help her students define their own style, “loosen up,”  and comfortably go out of their comfort zone. This is a time to explore. To learn more and read comments from past students visit susantobeywhite.com.

July 30-31          LETTING LOOSE! ACRYLIC PAINTING TECHNIQUES
10-4                                    Woodlawn Museum, P.O. Box 1478 • Rte. 172
Ellsworth Maine 04065,
www.woodlawnmuseum.org <http://susantobeywhite.fineartstudioonline.com/www.woodlawnmuseum.org>
207-667-8671

***August 11-13       ACRYLICS AND PLEIN AIR…IT CAN BE DONE!
Location: Bayside, ME (Just south of Belfast)
Contact: Susan: 207-338-8990 www.susantobeywhite.com <http://www.susantobeywhite.com>

Ease the frustrations of using acrylic while plein air painting. A workshop for beginners

August 22-23   NO BOUNDARIES:ACRYLIC PAINTING TECHNIQUES

Main & Station Second Floor, 168 Main Street
Parrsboro,Nova Scotia, B0M 1S0
www.hmsnonesuch.com <http://susantobeywhite.fineartstudioonline.com/www.hmsnonesuch.com>
Judith: 514-979-3978, fun@nonesuch.com

Waterfall Arts two unique weekend workshops for March

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Randy Fein with clay sculpture

Waterfall Arts has scheduled two unique weekend workshops for March: Clay Garden Vessels with Randy Fein and Gelatin Prints with Abbie Read. In Fein’s workshop, the group will be able to make sculptural planters that can be fantastic conversation pieces for porch or garden. The workshop will be held on Saturday and Sunday, March 15 and 16 from 1 – 5 p.m. and again on Saturday, March 29 from 1 – 5 p.m., to allow the clay to dry before finishing. Fee for the workshop is $160 plus $25 materials fee. A well known artist and instructor, Fein she loves to venture to the tropical waters of the Caribbean to inspire new aquatic clay sculpture and says of her work, “Clay is my material of expression it inspires touch, while offering infinite possibilities for shape and texture.” For more information visit waterfallarts.org.