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 artupfrontstreet@gmail.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
Like our facebook page: Art Up Front Street Facebook
Follow on Instagram: Art Up Front Street Instagram

Sunday, September 22, 2019

"Demystifying ABSTRACT Art" Opening &Talk by Ree Katrak OCT 4

Ree Hall Katrak
has been a professional artist since 1987 showing at various venues throughout the Northeast and Washington State. She began using watercolors, than moved toward print-making and most recently she is working in acrylics and mixed media. The themes are always abstract in nature with lots of color and gestural marks.

Opening Reception • October 4, 5pm-8pm
Artist Discussion entitled, Demystifying Abstract Art, 6pm
Exhibit through October 31






Relax and give the image a chance to strut its stuff—relax, stop wondering what it is all 'about'—like many strange and familiar things, Life included, art isn't 'about,' it simply is. . . . Don't try to enjoy it, let it try to enjoy you. DON'T TRY TO UNDERSTAND IT, LET IT TRY TO UNDERSTAND – e. e. cummings writing about his play, HIM.

.... exhibit runs through October 31.
120 Front Street... Exeter, NH

No comments:

Post a Comment

Thanks for writing! I will get back to you shortly. Happy Arting!