The Art of Pencil Crayon with Beverly Fish November 11
Pencil crayon is an affordable medium for anyone interested in trying their hand at creating their own artwork. This class is designed for all levels of ability and is meant to kick start you imagination. Students will lean techniques such as blending, burnishing, layering, and more. 3 sessions $45 + HST Thursday Evenings 6:30pm – 8:30pm Thames Art Gallery in Chatham Beginning November 11th. Click here
View Chris Ford Jewellery
Chris Ford jewellery is available at the following link. Please enjoy viewing items under accessories or with the dresses. Chris enjoys her new home with the Modirgal family, where quality and fashion are their mainstay. Modrigal offers a look that is soft, comfortable and always artistically coordinated with unusual accessories http://www.modrigal.com/Accessories.htm
Beverly Fish has recently received the Mayor’s Award for Best in Show at the Lawrence House Centre for the Arts, Sarnia and the Award of Excellence at the Eye For Art juried show, Thames Art Gallery, Chatham.
Sandra Li Li is just back from teaching, performing and learning at the National Conference for Young Women Living with Breast Cancer in Toronto, where conference attendees were enthralled with her performances and loved her classes. You can see a list of classes Sandra teaches locally on this site. Click here.
Chris Ford has delivered a new inventory of her gorgeous jewellery art to the Modrigal at their new location in Leamington. She will also be showing her jewellery and other art at Modrigal’s Black Friday event Friday Evening November 26, 2010.
Chris Ford and Beverly Fish will both be showing work at the Leamington Art Centre’s “Put Your Signature on Christmas” from Saturday November 27 and Sunday November 28 from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. (see flyer at the bottom of this post)
Kathryn Tisdale will be at the art show and sale at Riverside Library on November 13 and 20. She’ll have some framed mandalas for sale ($75), matted prints ($45 large, $25 small), unmatted prints ($20), bookmarks ($3) and some new note cards. The event is sponsored by the Arts Council of Windsor and Region. (flyer below)