Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Monday Morning Artists

The first monday of the month, several Yellow Springs and surrounding area artists meet to paint, critique, share and inspire eachother at the First Presbyterian Church in Y.S. from 9ish to noon.

We call ourselves the Monday Morning Artists. Come join us!

We presently have a show hanging in the gathering space there, Westminster Hall, of about 15 paintings in honor of the Y.S. Chamber Music 25th anniversary. You may view the show during regular office hours M-F 9-noon or sunday after the service, around 11:30-12:30ish. We were honored at the Recognition celebration and concert Nov. 9 by Mary White, one of the leaders of Y.S.C.M. for our visual contribution to their festivities.

Glen Helen Arts and Crafts Show

Up next is the Glen Helen Arts and Crafts Show on the w.e. of November 22-23. I am joining a friend to display paintings and crafted goodies for sale. There will be a silent auction table too.

Come visit and enjoy the Glen's beauty after you stroll through our show...and hopefully find some special gifts for yourself or loved ones.

Sunday, July 20, 2008

Summer Fun - Grinnell Mill Show

Artists' Reception -
Sunday, Aug. 24,
with music and refreshments
Please come!
The Monday Morning Artists meet the first monday of the month to paint at the First Presby Church. Recently, we painted plein aire at Grinnell Mill. We have now hung a show at the mill. There are paintings and small quilts by ten local Yellow Springs artists in a variety of media.
The show is OPEN during regularly scheduled hours of the Grinnell Mill Bed and Breakfast on the corner of John Bryan Rd and Grinnell Rd.

Hours - Mon/Tues * 12-3pm, Thur * 1-5pm, Sat * 12-4pm, Sun * 11am-3pm.

Monday, January 14, 2008

YSArts Blog

Connected! I shouldn't say I'm not linked....Corinne at the YSArts Blog keeps me in the loop with the Yellow Springs Arts scene. Check out the the blog to see who's showing around town.

Thanks Corinne!

Maybe I'll get to paint today though one of the children's home with a scary looking throat....yipes. Here's one of Lilli's photos of a clematis she received as a gift. L