Sharon Diner has been sharing her lovely polymer jewelry for a time now, but it is still absolutely beautiful and unique. She has a great display at the Village Arts & Crafts…..Makes gift to treasure!
Here are Silvertiques – You may have seen them at a WHAG show and said, “That looks like my grandmother’s silver!” Well, it might be!~ Come and see
The Village Arts & Crafts Show will be open today from 10 to 3! Don’t miss this wonderful display of unique art and crafts. Here are a few more images at , Route 100, Westfield, VT. O Yes, the Lunch truck will be on hand!
Mindy’s tiny girl – Adorable – Wayne’s Wood…the customer’s love it – Carleen’s quilting – Victoria (our student member, describing her newest ‘creation’) – The day is beginning! See you here!!
The Wooden Horse Arts Guild is pleased to present the works of Al Diem, local wood carver and painter. See some of his works on Saturday and Sunday (Oct. 10 & 11) at the Village Arts & Crafts Show. The Degre Auction House will be full of wonderful arts and crafts of the members of the Wooden Horse Arts Guild. See us here: Degre Auction House, Route 100, Westfield, VT. Watch for the Wooden Horse Arts Guild signs!
Here is a peek at Al Diem’s work……….
There’s always a new painting at Leona’s Gallery!
Don’t Miss the Wooden Horse Arts Guild (WHAG) Village Arts & Crafts Show at Degre Auction House-Westfield, VT on October 10 & 11 Great Venue! Terrific Show! WHAG member, Leona White will open her gallery at 146 White Road, Irasburg, VT. Stop there on your way to the Village Arts & Crafts Show, then only 14 minutes to the WHAG show! Or pick up your map at the SHOW first. Watch for Wooden Horse Arts Guild signs!
It’s that time again! The VILLAGE ARTS & CRAFTS SHOW, presented by the Wooden Horse Arts Guild will be held on Saturday, October 10 from 9-4 and Sunday, October 11 from 10-3. While you’re enjoying the foliage scenes of the Northeast Kingdom, stop in at DEGRE AUCTION HOUSE on Route 100 in Westfield, VT. The Wooden Horse Arts Guild will be there with their artists and craftsmen. (and a couple of surprises) The Holidays will be here sooner than we think, so do your shopping on the Columbus Day Weekend with the Wooden Horse Arts Guild!
Fine Art, Leather, Wood, Quilting, Jewelry, Baskets, Stained Glass, Pottery, Collage, Prize winning polymer dolls, woven scarves, silk scarves, those famous Driftwood Santas and More! You’re sure to find that perfect gift!
The show is free and handicapped accessible. Give yourself a treat! See you on October 10 & 11, 2015
Applications for the Fall round of the Camilla Mead Arts Education Fund of up to $500.00 will be accepted beginning September 1st, 2015. The round will be closed to applicants on November 1st, 2015.Get your applications in now!
The Wooden Horse Arts Guild will have a Cash 50/50 Raffle for support of their Camilla Mead Arts Education Fund.
Browse the arts and crafts and don’t miss this raffle at the Village Arts & Crafts show
on Oct. 10 and 11. Degre Auction House, Route 100 in Westfield, VT. The past Scholarship winners will be posted at the show, but here are a couple: Tanya Sousa & Mel Hastings
FALL CRUISE and CONCERT
Sunday, October 4th, 2015 at the GATEWAY in Newport, VT.
For more than 67 years, men from Vermont and Quebec have been ringing the chords of Barbershop harmony as members of the Green Mountain Chorus. As the Burlington Chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society, they have been delighting audiences of all ages with this uniquely American form of “a cappella” singing. Close, four part harmony, combined with hints of vaudeville, the Green Mountain Chorus, along with quartets from the chorus, mix it up with comedy, audience participation, and of course, that beautiful Barbershop sound.
Prior to the concert, enjoy a 90 minute Cruise on Lake Memphremagog aboard the NORTHERN STAR!
Tickets are $28 for the Cruise at 2:30 and Concert at 4:00
Can’t make the Cruise? The Concert alone is $12.00
Purchase your tickets at http://www.nowplayingnewport.com/season.html
or email email@example.com
(from Vermont News Guide)
Sue Westin of Dorset, VT has become the first woman painter to receive the coveted Master Artist status from the international Society of Animal Artists (SAA). Westin’s oil painting ‘Spirit of Sonora’ captured her fifth Award of Excellence at the Society’s 55th annual exhibition, vaulting her into the top category of animal artists. The judges, well-known experts in the fields of art and natural history, singled out her painting for its beautiful and sensitive depiction of a cactus wren in a Sonora desert setting. To date, only 15 artists of the Society’s 500 members have achieved the status of Master. The 2015 ‘Art and the Animal’ exhibition is on view at The Robert Tory Peterson Institute in Jamestown, N.Y., and will continue on a year-long tour to museums across the US. Westin has had a personal affinity for animals and art since childhood. Her work can be seen at the Westin Pitcher Fine Art Gallery (formerly the Gallery on the Marsh) 2237 Route 30, Dorset, where she lives and paints with her husband, artist/naturalist, John Pitcher. For information, call 802-867-5565 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Many will remember Sue from her earlier days living in Derby, Vermont. Here is her winning painting…. ‘Spirit of Sonora’
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The Newport Area Community Orchestra presents the NACO Piano Trio in it’s Debut Performance. The concert is scheduled for Saturday, September 19, 2015 at 7:00pm at the Northwoods Center in E. Charleston, VT. There will a suggested donation of $10 at the door. Members of the group are Lee Story (piano), Frank Rudolph (violin), and Kate Renner (cello). The trio will be playing a variety of music from Classical to Tangos.
The sounds of the Piano Trio are a treasure, indeed. Don’t miss this event!
7 PM on Saturday, Sept. 19 at Northwoods in East Charleston, VT. You’ll love it!!
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