Celebrate Art with Talbot County Visual Arts Center in July!

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The Talbot County Visual Arts Center will be holding their Members’ Show, “Studio Experience 4 U, Year 2″.  This art show will showcase any 2 or 3-dimensional artwork that is done in a studio.  It isn’t plein air or

Diane Mullaly Day- "Dreaming"

Diane Mullaly Day- “Dreaming”

paintings done in a class, but paintings done by the artist, one-on-one time, with their own creativity and talent.  TCVAC wants to celebrate this creative outlet of their members with their first art show at their new location in the Easton Biz and Artz Center, 10 Hanson St.  Easton, MD. There is a $15 hanging fee per artist.  The day to drop off your art is Tuesday, July 2nd from 2-5 pm. This is the second year that we have celebrated the studio work of our members.

Allan Mielke-"Cookin' Crabs"

Allan Mielke-“Cookin’ Crabs”

On Saturday, July 6th, “The Arts Center” will be open from 5 – 7pm to view the members’ artwork. This is also the celebration of The Talbot County Visual Arts Center in their new home.  Unfortunately, in August 2012, the center was seriously flooded. The organization of local artists persevered, and with the hard work of their Board of Directors and Committees, all volunteers, they are proud to be able to open their own doors again to the public.  Their hours of operation will be Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 11am – 4 pm.

During Plein Air Easton, The Arts Center will be open to the public from 11am – 4 pm Monday July 15 – Saturday, July 20. The following are the free demonstrations scheduled there, free admission!

July 16 – Jackie Pfaff-Pratt will be a giving a demonstration of color mixing with oil paints on   from 4:30-5:30pm.

July 17 – Jackie Pfaff-Pratt will be giving a pastel demonstration, from 3:30-5:30pm.

July 18 – Allan Mielke will be giving a demonstration of his abstract watercolor techniques.

July 19, there will be an artist doing caricatures from 11am – 3 pm, and, in conjunction with Grafton Gallery, Diane Dubois Mullaly will be giving a palette knife painting demo from 3:30 – 5:30 pm.

Talbot County Visual Arts Center is a non-profit organization, partly funded by the Talbot County Arts Council and the Maryland State Arts Council. For more information about The Arts Center, please contact Jackie Pfaff-Pratt, 443-385-0411, pfaffpratt@msn.com.

Letters to Editor

  1. susan williams says:

    I am a member, but perhaps because I changed both my email address and phone number, I’ve not received any news, and don’t know where our gallery is now. Are we back in the Talbot Center, as the directions indicate?

    Is my quilt group still scheduled for the October show? Let’s talk about it, as my quilt guild as a whole just had a major show in Oxford and so there may/may not be much new work by Oct. My husband has been quite ill and so I’ve been out of pocket for months.

    My email address is above; my phone number now is 443-385-0344. Thanks, Susan

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