Niagara Falls paintings
See our ad in the Niagara on the Lake "Town Crier" and "Niagara this Week"
This coming Sunday November 23, I will be doing an oil painting demo from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm at the Old Stone Inn at
5425 Robinson St,
Niagara Falls, L2G 7L6.
Toll Free: (800)263-6208
The Art Exhibit and Sale - a great place to find one of a kind Holiday Gifts will run from Noon to 4:00pm. A special 3 course luncheon is available - call the Inn for tickets.
There will also be a chance to pick up a Gift Certificate or two and sign up for a Special Discount on the February
"2nd Annual Day in an Artist Studio"
scheduled for Sunday Feb 15, 2009
Includes 10-4 painting instruction
1 artist canvas
use of oil paints and brushes
$65.00 pp +tax
GO HOME WITH YOUR FINISHED OIL PAINTING
We use only environmentally friendly oil paints made with walnut oil - used by artists since the 1500's.
( Register 1 person and receive a 2nd registration for this workshop for only $35.00) Give one to someone for Christmas
Lots of great Gift Giving ideas - get the jump on your Holiday shopping and give someone a gift that's thoughtful.
If you can't make it to the show, take advantage of this special discount by emailing me at email@example.com by Dec 1, 2008 and write 'discount' in the message line.
(905) 354-8692 or 1 800 393-7270
SEE OTHER WORKSHOPS
Tuesday, November 18, 2008
Sunday, November 16, 2008
"Rockwell Kent: This is My Own"
When: Opens Saturday at the State Museum; runs through May 17
Where: State Museum, Madison Avenue, Empire State Plaza, Albany
Hours: 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m., daily, except Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's Day
An autobiography by Kent
"It's Me O Lord"is quite an interesting, colorful read.
You may be able to find it at your library.
Kent worked as a carpenter to subsidize his painting and large family.
He built 2 homes on Monhegan Island and worked on many others.
One is owned by Jamie Wyeth and the other with studio, until about 4 years ago, was owned by my dear friend Anne Hubert.
It has since been donated by her estate to the Monhegan Museum.
He was born in Tarrytown, NY and spent his later years in the Adirondacks.
Kent's paintings are amazing.
He died shortly before his 89th birthday in 1971.
My next trip home, to upstate NY will definitely include this trip.