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08/26/2017

another very lovely Art in Bloom!

By camilla @ 3:19 pm

This arrangement for Art in Bloom should definitely be seen!   Judy Kavanaugh is known for her gardens and her knowledge of gardens.  She chose the lovely digitally created painting by John Selmer.  Here it is…..Click!Judy Kavanaugh - John Selmer - resized

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The rest of Art in Bloom!

By camilla @ 8:57 am

Don’t forget to click on the picture to enlarge! Unless noted, the arrangements are by members of the Four Seasons Garden Club and the art is by a Mac member.

I hope you enjoyed the first group of Art in Bloom!  Here are the rest.  Top: Carol Bailey   (photo-Rob Boskind)

Left: Mac members-Diane LaPlante – Laura Breisacher’s fused glass  /   Right: Sue Rhodes  (photo-Katherine Whittaker)

Lower center: Mac members-Kathy Aiken –  photo-Rob Boskind)

 

Carol and Rob Boskind -resized 1200

 

 

Kathy Aiken - Rob Boskind-photograph

 

Diane LaPlant - resize                                                        Sue Rhodes-Katherine Whittaker-resized

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08/22/2017

Saving the Waters – Saving the land !

By camilla @ 11:10 am

The MAC Center for the Arts and the Memphremagog Watershed Association will host an art exhibit featuring farms and waters of the Memphremagog Watershed. Resident artists and visiting artists at all levels are painting at many sites around the Northeast Kingdom through the NEK Plein Air painting group to document today’s landscapes that contribute to tomorrow’s history. Painting sites include views of local waters and views of soil and water conservation practices at four farms that are working with the Orleans County Conservation District.

This exciting art project includes highlighting strip cropping and grassed waterway in corn fields, grazing and laneways in pastures, and Riparian Forest buffers,watershed image-1 watershed image - 2 images-watershed conservation practices that reduce soil erosion by water; increase infiltration and available soil water; and improve habitat, water quality, visual quality of the landscape and farm community relations. Strip cropping is arranged on cropland across the general slope so that equal widths of grass strips are alternated with annually tilled cropped strip. Grassed waterways are generally planted to perennial grass in annual crop fields and are constructed to convey runoff from low spots where concentrated flow areas where ephemeral and gully erosion control is needed. Artists and community members will learn about these local field based conservation efforts and all the participating farmers will receive a framed print of one of the paintings.

To become a member, an artist simply needs to join our meetup.com group at http://www.meetup.com/Plein-Air-Northeast-Kingdom/ to receive notices of our planned paint-out meetups. For more information about the exhibit, visit www.maccenterforthearts.com  and please join us at 158 Main Street Newport on Friday September 9th from 5 – 7 pm for our opening reception. The exhibit will run from September 9th through the 30th.  This is a FREE event and open to the public.

 

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08/18/2017

Photos from Art in Bloom

By camilla @ 10:02 am

On August 4th, 2017 the Memphremagog Arts Collaborative (MAC) and the FOUR SEASONS GARDEN CLUB hosted an awe inspiring show of the arts of MAC members along with garden arrangements of the garden club members.  I attended this wonderful evening with a couple of friends and am happy we didn’t  “stay at home”.  I am sharing several with you – just in case you “stayed at home”.  Don’t miss this in 2018! Since I am a member of the Garden Club, of course, I, also, placed my garden arrangement with one of my dolls, as usual. Please visit the MAC  to find the paintings which are pictured here. Artists:Lee Croghan, John Selmer, Donna Walsh, Victoria Mathiesen, Phyllis Gable

Donna Dopp-Lee Croghan - resizedThe Gsrden Club members who participated in this stunning show were many. On this page: Fran Batchelder]

JoAnn Vana] Donna Dopp] Camilla Mead] Linda Libby] Judy Kavanaugh] Marvelean Richards] Ruth Duckless]

Emily Tocci.

I will show you more Imagination tomorrow!


 

 

 

 

Fran Batchelder-Victoria Mathieson - resize

Linda Libby-Phyllis Gable - resizeRuth Duckless- Donna Walsh resizeJoAnn Vana- Donna Walsh - resizedFMarvelean-Richards- John Selmer - resizeEmily Tocci - resizeJoAnn Vana- Donna Walsh - resized

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08/17/2017

You won’t want to miss this!

By camilla @ 7:39 am

If you are a fan of Barbershop Music, don’t miss this great group on Sunday, August 20th.  Here’s some of the pieces they will perform:

I’ll bet that most of you know most of these:                     HIGH VOLTAGE POSTERsmall Now Playing Newport

o  High Voltage (Hi Neighbor)
o  Hey, Good Lookin’
o  Java Jive
o  Record Player
o  Cups
o  I’ve Been Workin’ On the Railroad
o  King of the Road
o  Sentimental Journey
o  Old MacDonald Had a Farm
o  I’ll Be a Song and Dance Man
o  Orange Colored Sky
o  In the Cool, Cool, Cool of the Evening
o  Walkin’ My Baby Back Home
o  Lullaby in Ragtime
o  Daydream
o  Dream a Little Dream of Me
o  On Top of Old Smokey
o  Ride the Chariot
o  My Old Man’s a Sailor

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07/29/2017

“The Desert Suite” Premiere Event!~

By camilla @ 12:40 pm

The Desert Suite  –  CD Release  – Saturday, August 19, 2017  –  5-7 pm – Reception  – 5:30  Presentation begins!

MAC Center for the ArtsNewport, VT. presents a Premiere Event, at their 158 Main Street Downstairs Gallery on Saturday, August 19 from 5-7 pm.  Ben and Janice Luce will celebrate the release of their new CD, The Desert Suite. This CD features music composed by Ben Luce over many years while wandering the New Mexico canyonlands with a guitar. At 5:30, there will be a multimedia presentation about the breathtaking New Mexico landscape that inspired the music, along with corresponding excerpts of sweeping soundscapes from the CD.

New Mexico style food will enhance the ambiance of this Southwestern evening and autographed CDs will be available for purchase at the event.

This wonderful event is free and open to the public! For more information, please visit www.maccenterforthearts.com or call 802-334-1966.

Poster (3) Ben and Janice Luce

 

 

 

 

 

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07/21/2017

Plein Air Event coming

By camilla @ 1:28 pm

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The Third Annual Plein Air Paintout in Westmore will be held on Saturday, July 29th.  The Westmore Community Church Fellowship Hall on Hinton Hill Road is the meeting place.  Register on Saturday from 8:00 to 9:00 a.m. at the Fellowship Hall.  (There is a $10.00 registration fee.)  Have your canvases stamped – You may have as many stamped as you want but can only submit two for the judging.  You will be given a listing and map of places available for painting – including private residences around the lake!

For complete information, please contact Pam Kennedy  802-525-4905  or email  pamkenn@gmail.com .

We’ll be glad to see you!

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ART IN BLOOM …………….WORTH WAITING FOR!!

By camilla @ 12:39 pm

 

'Posy Basket'-Darlene Ratte' Flowers - Judy Kavanaugh

 

 

The Seventh Annual ART IN BLOOM will open on August 4 at MAC Center for the Arts, 158 Main Street, Newport with a reception beginning at 5 pm.  The members of the Four Seasons Garden Club and MAC Center for the Arts will again be presenting their annual fundraiser where nature meets art.  We look forward to the unique arrangements from the Garden Club members standing next to the Art of the members of the Mac Center for the Arts.  ART IN BLOOM  is a ticketed event which benefits both organizations.  Art in Bloom-Phyllis Hammond Art with Josy Shurtleff's Wild Flowers

The Art, the flowers, the  door prizes, the wine and snacks are worth the price of admission.  Don’t miss it!

For tickets and more information call 802-334-1966 or visit the web at www.maccenterforthearts.com Pat Lipinski-flowers-Joanne Vana

(Photos from Art in Bloom – 2015 –  Elegant!)

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07/19/2017

SUMMERFEST!

By camilla @ 7:15 am

On Saturday, August 12, the Annual SUMMERFEST in JAY, VT. will take place!  The Wooden Horse Arts Guild is anxiously awaiting the artists to hang their work on the Fence!  This is an opportunity to see the works of familiar artists and NEW EMERGING artists. If you are an Emerging Artist, don’t miss this opportunity!

For those of you who absolutely LOVE to paint out-of-doors, here’s a new opportunity! PLEIN AIR in JAY!

Here’s the applications:  http://www.woodenhorsearts.com/events.shtml

Here’s ART!   (looks like he’s painting ON the fence!)Art on the fence image-2   resize 900

 

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07/11/2017

A Fund raiser!

By camilla @ 4:26 pm

guitar playingThe Memphremagog Community Learning Center invites you to hear Live Traditional Country Music Featuring “THE COUNTRY STRANGER”  RAY SEGUIN.  This Fund Raising Concert of 50’s, 60’s & 70’s Retro Classics with Ray Seguin, in person, at the PIGGERY THEATRE – NORTH HATLEY, QUEBEC – 8:00 pm  –  FRIDAY, JULY 14.     Hear the mellow voice of Ray Sequin on YouTube “Country Stranger”

For Tickets Call Patsy @ 819-843-7587

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