Monday, February 25, 2013
"The grant resulted when my friend and co artist came to aRt Cottage with the other members of the Concord Art Association, of which she is the vice president. They looked at all the galleries (rooms) and asked many questions as to the purpose of aRt Cottage. I explained that the R in aRt Cottage symbolizes that we “R” all a part of it and it is "R" “(our)” Cottage where art is made and displayed by artists of all ages. I also explained that I welcome donations of any art material and supplies that are no longer being used by others in order to keep class costs at a very reasonable price. Since then we have received may donations in the form of paint, paper, collage material and more."
"Shortly after that tour I received a call from the CAA saying that the group was so impressed with the tour and our purpose that they were nominating aRt Cottage for a grant. Here we are in February 2013 not only being presented with the $250 in grant money, but I was also asked to do a watercolor demo for which I received another $100, which was added to the aRt Cottage fund. Life is good at aRt Cottage, where we truly R all a part of the big picture. Thank you to the Concord Art Association."
Posted by Mark Pemberton at 10:46 AM
Tuesday, February 12, 2013
The Artists Reception for our Craft and Art Exhibit was a fabulous event. Guests arrived by the dozen and everyone was in an energized mood. The range of items on display was amazing. Crocheted, quilts, woodworking, painting, mixed media, sculpture and much, much more kept the attendees enthralled.
|Pam McCauley - Watercolors|
|Lorrimarie Jenkins - mixed media|
The aRt Cottage is open:
11 am to 5 pm Tuesday - Friday 1 to 5 pm Saturday and Sunday.
Posted by Mark Pemberton at 11:37 AM
Friday, February 1, 2013
During the month of February, the aRt Cottage will be holding its annual Crafts Exhibit and Sale. The response from the artistic community has been fantastic with a huge variety of crafts being submitted. Media include painting, fabric, mixed media, ceramics, woodworking, and much, much more. Many of the pieces are very unique. You must come down to the Cottage and see this show to believe it.
Show runs from Feb. 1 - Feb. 28
The Artists Reception will be on Sat. Feb. 2 from 2 to 5 pm.
Posted by Mark Pemberton at 3:49 PM