Monday, September 27, 2010
To find the Hey Day on Sat. Oct. 2 go to Princeton center around the common and head towards Hubbardston on Rt. 62, it is at Wachusett Meadow a right turn about a half mile down. I bet there will be signs.
Come visit my cows "Milkyway and Flo" and see "Caramel and Cookie" too, I will also be exhibiting a selelction of autumn sunsets and harvests of land and sea. I am excited to see what the other artists will have!
Sharon Jordan Bahosh
Posted by Beth Mellor at 7:13 AM
Thursday, September 23, 2010
Dear Clients, Friends, Artists Collegues, and Professional Contacts, Galleries, I am pleased to present my painting among the 60 award winning artists included in this one of a kind invitational exhibit: the committee perused the 60 year archives of High honor and Honor award recipients and invited us to exhibit in the celebration of the Anniversary of Academic Artist Association.
Sharon Jordan Bahosh
The Saltbox Studio
"It is our goal to delight the public and inspire the next generation of artists."
60 paintings Celebrate 60 years of beautiful Contemporary Art by Award Winning Academic Artists
You are cordially invited to the Opening Reception of The Academic Artists Association 60th Anniversary Invitational Exhibition
Sunday September 26, 2010, 2 p.m. – 4 p.m.
Michele & Donald D'Amour Museum of Fine Arts
21 Edwards Street, Springfield, MA
Admission to the museum is free during this Opening Reception. Please visit www.springfieldmuseums.org for further museum hours.
Exhibit will close October 24.
Monday, September 20, 2010
|"In the Shade of My Farm House" by Len Haug|
The following was submitted by Len...
This has been a good year and month for me. In addition to acceptance at the Cahoon Museum of American Art in Cotuit, I have within the last week been notified that the:
The Falmouth Artist Guild at the Falmouth Art Center has juried in my work titled "In the Shade of My Farm House" and it has, out of 74 pieces selected, been awarded "Best in Show." The show runs from Sep 19th to Oct 10th.
Lois Griffel, the internationally known pastel artist and juror for this show, supported her decision with the following comments " It would have been easy to be seduced by the sheer technicality of this piece. I gave it a great deal of study and saw that beyond the fact that it is made from such small pieces of paper, it was exceptionally realized as a painting. It is a difficult and unusual composition. The light effect is beautiful, especially in the dappled light on the house. The detail in this work is stunning. I cannot help but be fascinated by this work of art."
The Concord Art Association, now celebrating its 89th anniversary has juried in my work titled "Our Daily Thanksgiving" into the 11th Annual Frances N. Roddy Open Competition. With over 522 entries my collage was one of only 95 pieces to be exhibited. The show runs from Sep 18th to Oct 17th.
Friday, September 17, 2010
Submitted by Len Haug
Mathew Gray is a wonderful plein aire painter and some of our members may want to know about this upcoming event. – Len
Sunday, October 17, 1:00-4:00 p.m.
Excursion-River Paddle and Paint
Join local artist Matthew Gray, along with canoe guides from Nashoba Paddler www.nashobapaddler.com of Groton, for a relaxing fall afternoon exploring the plant and wildlife of the Squannacook River. The Squannacook River is the gem of the Nashua River Watershed. Its narrow, twisting passage meanders through areas of lily ponds and woodlands. The reflections of autumn foliage enhance the special beauty of this river. Bring a sketchbook and camera to record scenic views of the river and surrounding landscape. No previous canoeing or drawing experience necessary.
Trip difficulty: Easy, flat-water, 4 miles roundtrip.
Excursion departs from Groton, MA.
For children over age 12 and adults.
Fitchburg Art Museum members $60, non-members $75.
Limited to 12: Registration required.
Call 978-345-4207 x306