Friday, August 27, 2010
Art on the Green
Saturday 10 am to 5 pm; Sunday 11 am to 5 pm
Art on the Green is a fine arts and crafts show and sale sponsored by the Hudson Society of Artists. It is held annually on the green in scenic downtown Hudson, Ohio. The show features many favorite artists from around the country, as well some exciting new talent. Parking and admission free.
Thursday, August 12, 2010
Full calendar this weekend!
Peninsula Art Academy will keep the gallery open from 11am - 11pm on Saturday, August 14, 2010 for Peninsula Home Day. The Plein Aire Show and Sale is open for this one last evening only. Fabulous paintings of the Cuyahoga Valley National Park are still available at very affordable prices!
Home Day is an Old-fashioned street fair with live music,
food vendors, dunking tanks for politicians, Policemen grilling sausages and Firemen selling beer. 5k run, 8am, and carnival, noon – 3pm both at the school. We’ll close Mill Street at 6pm for live music and dancing in the street!
Join us! It'll be fun!
Download and print the newsletter at www.peninsulaartacademy.com
Two new shows open in the BOX gallery with an opening reception Friday, August 13, 5 – 7 p.m.:
Fire & Ice,
10-43 artwork by
My Spirit Rises featuring art by Jean Evans, John Herring, Ted Maringer,
Further south on Friday evening:
Saturday workshop: Simple Beginnings, A Basic Approach to Pattern with
Also on Saturday, August 14: University Park Art & Music Fair at Grace Park, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. Stop in to see work by AoRC members,
And Saturday evening:
Katina Radwanski presents Stems at Studio 2091 – Mothersbaugh-Roos,
Saturday, August 07, 2010
Cathy Welner, Maggie McGrainor, Barbara Zohn, Don Getz, Linda Hutchinson and Kitty Waybright had paintings accepted into the Watercolor Ohio 2010, 33rd Annual Juried Exhibition. The juror was John Salminen.
Karen Martin co-wrote a children's story and did the illustrations. It is available thru Xlibris.com and the title is "The Life of Riley, why am I so big?".
The story is about her Irish wolfhound, and how awkward she found things to be because of her size, but realized she was special, and did therapy work with hospital patients and young children reading to her at the library.