PURCHASE A TINY PAINTING TO BENEFIT SAINT VINCENT DE PAUL
Thank you for participating. This is one small way we can help others during this critical time.
For each $26 purchase, $20 goes directly to St. Vincent De Paul. SVDP will be able to buy and distribute food for those in need.
HOW IT WORKS:
~ Each business day from April 13-27, FIVE new paintings are posted here (the same ones will be posted on facebook).
~ 50 tiny paintings by Rose Bryant will be "exhibited" for the 2 weeks. Each is an original (2.5 x 3.5 inches) on canvas.
~ Once you see a favorite, send a private message via facebook or an email to email@example.com
~ INCLUDE: The numeral shown in the tiny painting photo and your name and address.
~ We will mark "SOLD" on the photo(s).
~ Art Up Front Street will mail your selection to you with a SASE enclosed.
~ You then mail your check for $26 made out to Art Up Front Street, 120 Front St., Exeter, NH 03833.
Fun Note: If you purchase several paintings (say, as gifts), we can ship to different addresses.
The fundraiser will continue for 2 weeks or until all 50 paintings are sold... whichever comes first! Thank you so very much in advance.
For info on this organization: Saint Vincent De Paul
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Friday, March 31, 2017
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Tuesday, March 28, 2017
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Thursday, March 23, 2017
|Bruce Jones artist and maker building 4 benches for the garden|
|Original garden design by Renee Carmen of Mandeville Canyon Designs for New Outlook Teen Center.|
Over the years the planting boxes, flower beds and furniture took a hit from the elements. The bottom photo shows the original layout of a stone checkerboard design (which still exists)...hopefully our "renovation" will do that space justice.
Bruce Jones, (top photo) Exeter artist and maker, is working on new benches. Thank you, Bruce. Most of the wood being used in the benches is reclaimed from past teen center projects. In the coming days (and hopefully as the temperatures rise to summer) we will plan art events in a place that so many had a part in creating.
Mark your calendar for our first big spring art show Friday and Saturday, May 12 and 13. Come by and tell us what you think.
Posted by Art Up Front Street Studios & Gallery at 3:57 PM
Wednesday, March 1, 2017
|Anne Kenny, an Art Up Front Street artist, unpacks art from a previous show. Anne's "industrial quilts" are created with wire, mesh, found objects, and circuitry boards.... stitched together with wire. Very fresh, contemporary.|
|Deb Wheeler-Bean (in orange) shares her studio today with her friend Elly LaBranche. Deb, an Art Up Front Street artist, is a mixed media artist, an alchemist, and art teacher. Elly is a painter and art teacher. Good pals.|
Posted by Art Up Front Street Studios & Gallery at 2:40 PM