Thursday, June 23, 2011
All works are for sale and include a variety of subjects including various seasonal scenes of Princeton and surrounding towns. While Len works in all media, his passion lies in creating "paintings" out of cut and shredded papers and discarded photographs.
Len has won numerous local, area, and regional awards for his unique art work. If you have never been to the Mountainside Market, please be aware that, in addition to being a market, they offer a wonderful selection of breakfast and luncheon sandwiches, soups, etc. It would be great if, over the next couple of months, you could stop by to both view my art and enjoy the foods and beverages offered by the Mountainside Market.
Friday, June 17, 2011
A young music group is doing a walking music tour in Massachusetts this summer along the Midstate Trail and they will be playing at Wachusett Meadow on Thursday, June 23rd at 7:00 pm. This outdoor event is free and open to everyone.
The theme of their tour is support of art, nature, humanities and alternative energy. For a taste of their music and more information on the band, see www.masswalkingtour.org<http://www.masswalkingtour.org>.
According to their website, the 2011 Walking Tour is sponsoring a community art show at each stop along the route with the suggested theme or focus being Why Art is Important. The Walking Tour extends an invitation for participation in their events to any local organizations relating to arts, nature, humanities, and alternative energy. Any parties interested in sponsoring or participating in these events can contact: firstname.lastname@example.org<mailto:email@example.com>. Wachusett Meadow can't fund them but they are having them as guests on the sanctuary.