Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Munchies and McKinley!



On Wednesday, January 11 at 7:00 pm The Princeton Arts Society will be showing the movie "A Studio Session with Richard McKinley" in the PAS Room of the Princeton Center Building, 18 Boylston Avenue, Princeton. This pastel landscape DVD shows how Richard McKinley paints his award-winning pastels. Important topics that he discusses include simultaneous contrast, aerial perspective and refraction.  This show is appropriate for both beginning and advanced artists. Even if you are not a pastel painter you will enjoy it. The PAS wishes to thank the Pastel Painters Society of Cape Cod for lending us this DVD. Admission is free. Refreshments will be available.

Friday, December 16, 2011

2012 Princeton/Wachusett Calendars

Need last minute holiday gifts?  The 2012 Princeton/Wachusett calendar makes a wonderful gift for friends, family, customers, and other special people you would like remember.  It features the artwork of 29 local artists and 13 pages of frameable art. 

Calendars are on sale at the following locations.  
Princeton: Mass Audubon at Wachusett Meadow Wildlife Sanctuary, 113 Goodnow Rd.; the Princeton branch of the Barre Bank, 206 Worcester Road, at Post Office Place; & the Mountainside Market, 23 Hubbardston Rd. 
Sterling: Over Easy Café, Rt. 140. 
Fitchburg:  Boulder Gallery, 960 Main St. & Rollstone Studios, 633 Main St.
Leominster:  Dippin Donuts, 519 Main St
Worcester:  Mass Audubon at Broad Meadow Brook Sanctuary, 414 Massasoit Road & C.C. Lowell’s, 258  Park Ave.

Calendars are $12 each; $10 for members of Mass. Audubon, Princeton Arts Society, seniors over 65 or if purchasing three or more calendars.  Proceeds benefit the Princeton Arts Society and Mass Audubon at Wachusett Meadow.  For more information email:  contact@princetonarts.org.

More 2012 Calendar Art Exhibit Opportunities


Dear 2012 Calendar Artists,

We have two more exciting exhibit opportunities to tell you about!
  • The Paxton library has invited us to exhibit the 2012 Princeton/Wachusett calendar and some of the smaller pieces of original art in their display case for the month of January.
  • The PAS room is available for the months of January, February, and March to display some of the larger pieces. 

We are excited about these opportunities to expand beyond Princeton and enhance our new PAS room!  We will handle all the logistics, just please let us know if you are agreeable or if you need your artwork back before a certain date.

Happy Holidays!

And best regards,

Judy Tyler, Calendar Team
Len Haug, Exhibit Manager
Princeton Arts Society

Monday, December 12, 2011

Call for Proposals - Worcester Polytechnic Institute Public Art Residency


Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) seeks an accomplished artist to
create a work of public art during our inaugural artist residency to be
held in Spring 2012. 

The goals of this project are to:

*             Create a unique, site-specific artwork in any medium (sculpture,
installation, mural, video, performance, etc.) that will enliven a
public space at WPI 
*             Promote curiosity and dialogue among the diverse members of our
community
*             Engage in an on-site artistic process in collaboration with WPI
students and faculty
*             Create artwork that is safe and easily maintained for the
duration of the installation period 
*             Proposals that creatively link art with science and/or
technology are encouraged, but not required

The chosen artist will visit the WPI campus for a week-long residency in
April 2012, during which time their artwork will be realized and
installed in a public location. A team of WPI students with experience
in the arts will assist the visiting artist in the preparation and
installation of the finished artwork. A WPI faculty member will serve as
the liaison between the artist, students, and staff. The residency will
culminate in a public event for the presentation of the new work, as
well as an artist's talk to introduce and contextualize the project.

Budget:
Artist honorarium - $5000
Artist travel & accommodation -  up to $2000
Art materials and supplies - $2000

Project dates:
January 9, 2012 - Proposals due
January 23, 2012 - Selected artist notified
April 12-19, 2012 - Residency period
April 19, 2012 - Public presentation of finished work

Submissions will be evaluated by a jury of WPI faculty and
staff on the following criteria: 

*             Artist's qualifications as demonstrated by past works and
proposal
*             Quality, strength and artistic merit of past artworks
*             Experience in or willingness to work in a public setting.
*             Demonstrated experience fabricating and installing site-specific
public artworks

Interested parties should submit the following documents by January 9,
2012:

*             Detailed project proposal (including designs, timeline, and
technical requirements)
*             Documentation of previous works of public art
*             Curriculum Vitae or exhibition record

Please send submission materials or questions to:

Prof. Joshua Rosenstock
Humanities & Arts
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
100 Institute Rd.
Worcester, MA 01609
Or email jrosen@wpi.edu

Eligibility:

The project is open to all artists, age 18 and over, regardless of race,
color, religion, national origin, gender, age, military status, sexual
orientation, marital status, or physical or mental disability. Artist
teams are eligible to apply, including teams of artists from multiple
disciplines.

About WPI:

Worcester Polytechnic Institute is a highly selective private university
located one hour west of Boston. WPI was founded in 1865 to create and
convey the latest science and engineering knowledge in ways that are
most beneficial to society. WPI's founding motto of Theory and Practice continues to underlie our
academic programs. WPI graduates emerge ready to take on critical
challenges in science and technology, knowing how their work can impact
society and improve the quality of life.





Friday, December 9, 2011

PAS Member Exhibit: Kathy Hebert

Kathy Hebert to Exhibit at Hudson Town Hall
PAS member Kathy Hebert, known for her paintings of New England landscapes, animals, portraits, and flowers, will be exhibiting her work at the Hudson Town Hall, 78 Main Street in Hudson, MA, from December 10, 2011 to March 16, 2012. The opening reception will be held Sunday, January 8 at 1 pm (snow date is Sunday, January 15). Come and see Kathy and her work and enjoy live music and delicious refreshments!

Report: 2011 Small Works & Holiday Gift Exhibit


I am pleased to report that the show was very successful in terms of attendance and in terms of sales.  We had a steady flow of visitors from the opening reception on Friday night right through closing on Sunday afternoon.
The art work and gifts on sale were of very high quality and priced at an affordable level.
Over the three days we sold over $3700 of art (originals, prints, and other gift items).  Of the proceeds, artists received over $2600 and the Society received over $1100.00.  Eighty per cent of all thirty six participating member artists sold at least one piece.  Thanks and congratulations to all participating artists.
I attribute our success largely to the active support of our membership who shared their talents and time before, during and after the event including:
Emilie Astell, Judy Dino, Andrea Driscoll, Frances Espy, Christian Gal, Claire Golding, David Hummon, Patricia King, Doreen La Scola, Beth Mellor, Jean Murphy, Karen Rossow, Bobbye Samdahl, the Sancho-Rosi Family, Jean Strock , David and Rosella Stromberg, Lou and Mary Trostel, Judy Tyler, and Susan Ulrich
I would also like to thank those members who created and donated slate paintings and other art work to benefit the Society.  Sale of donated art work raised $400 with all proceeds going to the Society.  Contributors included:
Frances Espy, Dawn Gardetto, Charles Gray, Kathy Hebert, Luann Hume, Naida Knox, Doreen La Scola, Linda Johnson, Lori Mac Donald, Jean Murphy, Paula Murphy, Karen Rossow, Pam Short, David Stromberg, Mary Trostel, and Judy Tyler.
Thanks also to all those who prepared and provided refreshments that helped to make the opening reception so enjoyable.
Finally, we are most appreciative of the many Princeton and area residents who attended our exhibit and sale.
Forgive me if I have omitted any one from the above acknowledgements.
Happy Holidays!

Len Haug
Exhibit Coordinator

Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Slate for Sale!

Eileen Krouse and her husband have approximately 40 pieces of thick gauge 8x15” classic historical slate which would make nice signs.  If you are interested, they’d be happy to sell them for $1.00 a piece or $30 for the lot.

Contact Eileen at 508-612-2953.

Friday, December 2, 2011

Small Works Show this weekend!

Opening Reception: Friday, December 2, 7-9pm
Saturday, December 3, 10am-4pm and Sunday December 4, Noon-4pm


Monday, November 28, 2011

EXHIBIT: Paintings from Biddeford Pool, ME



"Paintings from Biddeford Pool, ME" will be exhibited at the Worcester Public Library during the month of December. Members of the Princeton Art Society who will be showing their work are: Sam Lalos, Sid Solomon, Elly Beatty, Beverly Clark and Jean Murphy. The group meets twice a year in Biddeford Pool, ME to paint plein air scenes of the area. The opening to meet the artists is Friday, Dec 9th from 2-4 in the Saxe Room of WPL.

Pastel artwork and info submitted by Jean Murphy

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Re: Photos from PAS Portraits with Pat



Nice job, Princeton Group.  Have a wonderful Thanksgiving.  Regards & , Rosalie

5th Annual Cup and Mug Invitational


Portrait Marathon 2011


On October 22nd, three sitters were drawn by Deb Kirk, Jean Murphy, Linda Johnson, Merry Pratt, and Sid Solomon. Mothers were very excited and happy with their children's portraits.

A big thank you to the artists for taking their time on a nice autumn Saturday, and to all who passed the word around about the Portrait Marathon.  $115.00 was raised for the PAS. We'd like to fill all six sitting slots for next year! –Naoko Gomi





Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Memorial Tribute; Connie Salter


Connie Salter was a member of the Princeton Arts Society for many years. She lived in West Boylston and passed away on October 30th at the age of 91. She was a printmaker, watercolorist and made handmade paper on which she painted and printed. Her art was always in the Spring Member shows except for the past few years. As a docent at the Worcester Art Museum she was known for her many lively tours of the Museum Collections. She also was  an art teacher in the West Boylston Schools.

Rest In Peace, Connie.

The Legend of Sleepy Hollow


The Legend of Sleepy Hollow
Puppets are not just for children!
 Shadow Puppet Extravaganza

 On the weekend of November 19th and 20th, Firefly Shadow Theater, in collaboration with the Princeton Arts Society, will bring the exciting dramatic art of shadow puppetry to the area.  Saturday, November 19th from 3-5pm, a hands-on shadow puppet workshop, ideal for elementary-age children and families, will take place at the First Congregational Church (14 Mountain Rd., Princeton).  This workshop combines performance, puppet-making, Q & A, and a glimpse behind the scenes.

Sunday, November 20th, from 5-6:30 pm at the Princeton Arts Society room in the Princeton Center Building (18 Boylston Ave, Princeton), Firefly will perform the classic tale The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, which adults will especially enjoy.  The performance will be followed by Q & A, a brief history of this ancient art, and a demonstration of traditional puppets from China, India, Indonesia and Turkey.  Contact  Andrea Caspari at 978-464-5356 with questions.

Both programs have been funded by the Princeton Cultural Council, a local agency, which is supported by the Mass. Cultural Council, a state agency.  Both programs are free.  Refreshments provided! 

Linda Johnson Exhibit

Linda Johnson is displaying 17 paintings until the end of January at
Papa Gino's pizza restaurant in Worcester.  She would sure like you
to attend the opening this coming Tuesday (November 15), 5-7
p.m.  Most of the paintings have never been shown before (though most
are on her web site).  Six of them are derived from photos she took
when she was in Asia.  Almost all of the paintings are figurative and
narrative.  Join her and several artists for pizza and other Italian
style food.

Papa Gino's is located at 645 Chandler Street, near Tatnuck Square.

Friday, November 11, 2011

Hi Friends I just wanted to share the good news with you of my recent awards, they are 1st place for Bob "Human Depth" at the "Friends" Gallery Bigalow Auditorium Marlboro MA and a $150.00 purse and 3rd prize for "Muriel As Queen Elizabeth" at GALA Gardner MA



Sharon Jordan Bahosh

Massachusetts Artist
The Saltbox Studio
508 284-0049

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Monday, November 7, 2011

Free Art Lecture at WPI Nov. 21

The public is invited to a free art lecture titled "The Southern Frontier: The Landscapes of Bartram’s Travels"

by Philip Juras, landscape artist, ecologist and landscape architect

The lecture will feature a slide show of Juras' paintings depicting 18th Century Southern landscapes as they would have been observed by naturalist William Bartram when he traveled throughout the American South.
Sponsored by the WPI Arts & Humanities Department.

4:00 p.m. Monday, November 21. 
Lecture Hall Room 104
Salisbury Laboratories Building
WPI Campus

More information about Juras and images of his great landscape paintings can be found at:

http://users.wpi.edu/~kboudreau/.uploads/Juras_exhibit.pdf 

I plan to park in the WAM visitor’s lot on Lancaster Street and walk to the WPI campus.  If anyone would like me  to guide you to the building and the lecture hall I could meet you at the Lancaster Street lobby at 3:45 and we can walk together.

I’ll probably grab a bite to eat afterwards at a local dive and then go to the WAM figure drawing session. 

Images of three of the artist’s paintings are below.

Dave



David A. Lucht  P.E., FSFPE
Adjunct Professor & Director Emeritus
Center for Firesafety Studies
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Worcester,  Massachusetts   01609  USA
Home office telephone (508) 845-9428
www.dluchtart.com

Saturday, November 5, 2011

Prints and Potter Exhibit

Paint the Town!  2011
At the Prints and the Potter Gallery
November 4, 2011 through December 3, 2011.
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OPENING RECEPTION Friday, November 4, 2011, from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m.   Refreshments, music. The artists will be present to discuss their work.

The Prints and the Potter Gallery celebrates its 37th anniversary of bringing fine art and hand-made crafts to Worcester with this new exhibition, inviting some of Worcester County's foremost Artists to express their responses to life in New England's second-largest city. The show will include Worcester landscapes and paintings inspired by the city's character.
 
Allan's Bocada
A.F. Small
 
Participating Artists
 
Bob Aiello - Gerard Blouin - Bob Duffy - Bob Graves - Michael Graves - Sam Lalos 
 Luis Mendez - Carrie Nixon - Christina P. O'Neill - Norman Ringdahl - Jack Sikes
Linda Sinacola - Allan F. Small - Sid Solomon
 

Entertainment provided by Guitarist Charles Ketter
Wine, cheese & gourmet delicacies tasting - next door at the Wine Vine
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Monday, October 31, 2011

Profundo Journeys International Photography Workshop


Ireland
September 28 - October 10, 2012

 
Ireland offers some of the best landscape photography in the world.  Join Cindy Wilson and Eileen McCarney Muldoon as they travel to this small island of extraordinary beauty next September.  Whether the thought of Ireland conjures up images of windswept cliffs, haunting views of castle and abbeys or unspoiled villages alive with the Irish spirit, you will not be disappointed.  This workshop has been designed to increase your artistic and technical photographic skills while you experience an authentic Irish journey.

Our workshop will begin on Galway Bay in a seaside town called Kinvarra.  Kinvarra will serve as our home base while we explore the Cliffs of Moher, the Burren, small villages and Galway Town.  We will then travel to the medieval city of Kilkenny, where we will visit ancient castles, abbeys and ruins along with enchanting countryside and small Irish towns.  One of the many allures of Ireland is the ease at which the old and the new survive together; history is ever present at every curve along the winding roadways.

After spending time in a medieval city, we will relax for an evening in the remote forest park of Gougane Barra, where St. Finbar, according to tradition, built his secluded monastery in the 6th century.  This is an area of profound beauty and simplicity.

Our final destination is the Dingle Peninsula, once cited as "the most beautiful place on earth" by National Geographic.  Our days will be filled with visits to Gallarus Oratory, Inch Beach, beehive huts and weather permitting , the Blasket Islands.

The last night will be spent in a hotel close to Shannon Airport where we will have a closing reception and slide show.

Accommodations: Hotels and Inns picked with care!  Rates based on double occupancy.

Level: Working knowledge of your camera.  Both enthusiasts and professionals will gain from this workshop!

Fee: $4200. Twelve nights and 13 days. Breakfasts and  six dinners included.  All transportation in Ireland during the Workshop is included.  Airfare to and from Ireland is not included.

Contact either for further information:

Eileen: emmimageloft@gmail.com or 401 423-3199
Cindy: chwphoto@verizon.net or 401 714-4039

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

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Hi, Everyone,
People did especially well today with Patsy. It might be fun in the
future to take photos of one artist's painting as it changes over the
three hours. I have two that Dave Lucht did this week and two, taken
by Bruce Dean, of Jean's work. If I don't have your picture, please
forgive me. It was unintentional. Please let me know of any changes
you would prefer.

Linda

https://picasaweb.google.com/107250706910129733083/October252011#

New Museum Director Today

See below announcement from the  Worcester Art Museum…. Some changes in the offing…

 

collection  |  education  | events  |  exhibitions  |  information  |  membership services

 

 

October 25, 2011

 

To our WAM family:

 

Matthias Waschek

I am delighted to announce that Worcester Art Museum has found a new Director. Matthias Waschek, Ph.D., will officially begin his appointment as Museum Director on November 16, 2011. Matthias will succeed our current Director, Jim Welu, who announced last year that he would be transitioning into the newly-created position of Director Emeritus.

 

Matthias brings impeccable credentials to this position. His 20 years of scholarship, curatorial skills, and leadership have established him as a true force in the next generation of museum management. These strengths, together with his passion for art and an impressive track record of creatively engaging traditional and new museum audiences, make his appointment an exciting, evolutionary step for Worcester and our amazing Museum.

 

Most recently, Matthias directed the Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts in St. Louis, Missouri, where among other achievements, he shaped the identity of the new museum, giving it international renown, and doubling the annual operating budget. Previously, he was Director of Academic Programs at the Musée du Louvre in Paris where he honed his experience in curatorial work, academic programs, teaching, lecturing, publishing, and general management. Matthias was born in Germany and earned his Ph.D. at Bonn University, concentrating in art history, classical archaeology, and modern history.

 

As you know, the search for a successor to Jim has been lengthy, but it has also been comprehensive and thorough. Matthias earned the unanimous recommendation of the search committee and is certainly most qualified to fill this position. We are delighted that we were able to convince him that Worcester provided the most exciting opportunity from among the many other enticing offers he received! I am convinced that he is absolutely the right person to lead the Worcester Art Museum into the future.

 

I am most grateful for your ongoing support as we begin this new phase in the Museum's history. I hope that you will be able to join me at our annual meeting on November 16 to welcome Matthias Waschek as the new Director, and to thank Jim Welu for his 37 years of outstanding service to Worcester Art Museum.

 

Sincerely yours, 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Clifford J. Schorer, III, President

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

David A. Lucht  P.E., FSFPE
Adjunct Professor & Director Emeritus
Center for Firesafety Studies
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Worcester,  Massachusetts   01609  USA
Home office telephone (508) 845-9428

www.dluchtart.com

 

 

Please note that any views or opinions presented in this email are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of the university.  See https://www.wpi.edu/+standinglist to refer to the AUP and to manage membership in the employees list.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sunday, October 23, 2011

Jaffery Civic Center CALL FOR ARTISTS (via GALA)

Jaffrey Civic Center Call for Artists
2011 Autumn Area Art Exhibit
Show Dates: Nov. 18 - Dec. 17, 2011
Opening: Friday, Nov. 18, 5 - 7 pm
Works may be brought in during normal
open hours at the Center beginning
Tuesday, Nov. 8 through Saturday, Nov. 12.
 
Download the Entry Form:
(from the Jaffrey Civic Center home page - look at lower right)

Portrait Marathon

Linda didn't have time to take photos as they worked but here are some shots of the finished products.

Portrait Marathon Album

Thursday, October 20, 2011

OPEN SHOW - A CALL FOR ARTISTS



OPEN SHOW - A CALL FOR ARTISTS
No Theme – No Limits
2011 Winter Sprinkler Factory Exhibition

The Artists' Group of the Sprinkler Factory will present our third open juried show in celebration of the 2011 winter holiday season. Artists in the Worcester area and beyond are invited to submit up to three original works of art created within the past two years. The exhibition will be held in the Sprinkler Factory Gallery, a large, well-lit space that retains the industrial charm of its manufacturing roots. Selection of submitted work will be done by members of the Artists' Group.
The Sprinkler Factory is an emerging artists' colony in the heart of Worcester. It houses a diverse group of accomplished painters, printmakers, potters, glass artists, jewelers, fiber artists, and artists in other media.
Theme:
For this exhibition there is no theme – no limits on artists' creativity. We are seeking outstanding and impressive visual works of all kinds.
Eligibility:
Artists may submit up to three works created within the past two years. Fine art and fine craft in any media is acceptable, but work must be appropriate for display in a fine art/craft gallery. Media may include, but is not limited to, oil, pastel, acrylic, watercolor, collage, photography, video, ceramics, metal, fiber, glass, wood, and stone.
Important Dates:
Completed entry forms are due by 5:00 PM on Saturday, November 5, 2011.
Notification of acceptance will be by Saturday, November 12. All accepted work must be hand-delivered to the second floor Sprinkler Factory Gallery on Saturday, November 19, or Sunday, November 20, between noon and 4:00 PM.
The show will run from Friday, December 2, 2011 through Saturday, January 14, 2012. An opening reception will be held on Saturday, December 3, from 5:00 – 8:00 PM.
Unsold artwork must be picked up Saturday, January 14, 4:00 – 6:00 PM or Sunday, January 15, noon – 4:00 PM. There will be a small reception for artists and their families during art-pick-up hours on Saturday. Customers that purchased artwork are also welcome to attend the reception to pick-up their pieces.
Size Limits:
In order to accommodate as many artists as possible, the suggested size limits are as follows: for two-dimensional work, a maximum width of 80 inches and a maximum height of 80 inches, including frame. For three-dimensional work, a maximum width of 36 inches, a maximum depth of 24 inches, a maximum height of 72 inches, excluding base, with a weight limit of 150 pounds.

All works should be suitably framed, mounted, or otherwise prepared for display in a fine art/craft gallery. Work that arrives in unacceptable or unprofessional condition will not be hung.

Entry Fee:
There is a $10 fee for each submitted work. No cash or credit cards will be accepted. Please make your check payable to AGSF. AGSF stands for the Artists’ Group of the Sprinkler Factory and is a non-profit organization.

Sales:
A commission of 20% will be charged on all sales.
Submission Procedure:
Jurying will be done from digital images submitted on a CD or e-mailed. No slides will be accepted.
If submitting a CD, print your name and e-mail address on the CD. Include the following files on the CD:
• Image files in JPEG format. You may include up to two views of each artwork.
• A brief biography in WORD having a *.doc extension or PDF format.
• An artist's statement in WORD having a *.doc extension or PDF format.
• A list of artwork titles with the corresponding names of image files.

Mail the CD, along with your completed entry form and a check for the jury fee, to the address shown on the entry form.

A drop-off box will be provided at the front door of the Sprinkler Factory at 38 Harlow Street for those artists who would prefer to deliver their submissions in person.
If submitting by e-mail, then email your image files and document files to

SprinklerFactoryArtShow@gmail.com. In your email also include your name, e-mail address, phone number, the title of each artwork, the type of media, the dimensions, and the price (or Not For Sale). Mail your check for the jury fee to the address shown on the entry form or place your check, in an envelope, in the drop-off box located at the Sprinkler Factory.

Liability:
The Artists' Group of the Sprinkler Factory will use the utmost care in handling artworks. However, the Artists' Group will assume no responsibility for damaged or lost artwork. Each artist is responsible to insure his/her work, if desired.

CALL TO ARTISTS: Holly Days



Holly Days 2011 is a fantastic and unique shopping experience! We have organized a 3-day Pop-Up Shop (set up like a retail store) held in the Princeton Center gymnasium on November 25, 26 & 27th which will "pop up" just once a year and offer only the finest hand-crafted gift items.

We have assembled a wide array (100+) of amazing artisans. Our goal is to make it possible for great artisan items to get into the hands of those who appreciate quality workmanship and local talent. Unlike a traditional craft-fair, artisans do not have to sit there for 3 days. You drop off your items on Wednesday and pick up your unsold inventory on Sunday. We do all the work (organize, set up, market and work the event)! 

Although we have not made entrance into Holly Days "open", as a member & supporter of PAS, I'd like to extend to members the ability to participate. Please visit http://hollydays2011.yolasite.com to register.  I will need 2 photos of your work for our website and FB page. Drop off is Wednesday ONLY and pick-up is Sunday. No exceptions (sorry, the Princeton Center will not allow us to leave anything). 

If you need more information or require special arrangements, please contact Denyse Dar at denyse@objectdar.com. Don't forget to send me the 2 photos of your work!



Wednesday, October 19, 2011

EXHIBIT: Grabbed From The Attic

Hello Everybody!
If you have nothing better to do on Wednesday 9th of November, join Doris Carter for a "get together" exhibit of paintings & social hour at the EXPRESS YOURSELF CAFE 
Pleasant & Richmond corner, Worcester from: 2:00pm to 3:00 pm. The exhibit runs 2nd to 30th Nov.  

Questions? doris.carter@worcester.edu  or  phone 508 791 5265.
With thanks to Sam Lalos for helping me to hang shows!

Monday, October 17, 2011

A Portrait Is A Lasting Treasure


Still Life Opportunity

PAS – New Opportunity 

"Still Life and Beyond"

Meeting as a group on Wednesday mornings 9 am till 12 noon at the Princeton Center Arts Society Room. Bring your own materials. Work in your preferred medium – and – please bring a drop cloth if necessary.

This is not a class but an opportunity to work with and share insights with fellow artists. No experience is necessary. Participants will share responsibility for set-ups and light refreshments. A fee of $2 per person for use of the room will be charged.

If you are interested, please respond to contact@princetonarts.org and we will let you know about the first meeting – proposed for Nov 2.

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

DON'T FORGET!

Princeton Arts Society Annual Meeting is coming up THIS WEEK:
Wednesday, October 12, 7 pm at Susan Ulrich’s house
185  Mountain Road, Princeton
Delicious drinks and hors d’oeuvres for all
Come and see old friends, meet new friends, hear what’s in store for the coming year!
Bring your checkbook to pay your dues, if you haven’t paid already!

Len Haug Opening Reception at the Petersham Craft Center

Many thanks to Kathy Hebert for photographing PAS member, Len Haug's opening reception at Petersham Craft Center this past Sunday. Congratulations Len - we hope you have a successful show!







Thursday, October 6, 2011

Many many thanks to the Princeton Art Society from Wachusett Meadow

Hey all you awesome artists- not sure I have communicated how much we totally appreciate our partnership with the Princeton Art Society.  We did have 573 people attend Hey Day despite the rainy weather.  I think you have all seen some of the photographs from the event- clearly a very Happy Hey Day was had by all.  We look forward to planning and new ideas for next year.

Now we all get to promote the fabulous CALENDAR!!  We are so honored to be associated…it is just wonderful. 

THANKS FOR ALL YOU DO!!!

Deb Cary
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