Check out this article about The Christmas Marketplace from the Sunday (12/28) edition of the Charlotte Observer: http://www.charlotteobserver.com/2010/11/28/1861364/christmas-sale-will-help-village.html
MAG Artists take-in will be at the site, 1515 S. Mint St., Friday (12/3) from 10AM to Noon and take-down is Sunday (12/5) from 2PM to 4PM.
EVERYONE is welcome to come by and check out our booth: Friday (12/3) from 4PM to 9PM and Saturday (12/4) from 9AM to 9PM.
Email Debbie: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday, November 28, 2010
Wednesday, November 24, 2010
MAG will have a booth at the Christmas Marketplace benefiting the Kilgoris Project. Location is 1515 S. Mint Street in Charlotte, just blocks from Panther Stadium. Take-in is Friday, 12/3, from 10 AM to Noon. The sale will start that Friday evening 4 to 9 PM and continue Saturday from 9 AM to 9 PM. Take-down has been changed to Sunday afternoon 2-4 PM. Interested in participating or helping out... you know what to do... email Debbie: email@example.com.
Tuesday, November 16, 2010
Due to rain, the plein-air session scheduled for Tuesday, 11/16, has been canceled. We'll try again Thursday... interested? Email Debbie at firstname.lastname@example.org. The pumpkins are gone but Erik tells us there'll be lots of new cows!
All MAG members are invited to participate in the Christmas Marketplace that benefits the Kilgoris Project ( http://www.thekilgorisproject.com/ ). Take-in is at the venue (1515 S. Mint St.) on Friday, 12/3, from 10 AM to Noon. The doors open at 4 PM and close at 9 PM, then reopen Saturday, 12/4, from 9 AM to 9 PM. Take down is at 9 PM. Helpers are needed for take-in, selling and take down. Contact Debbie at email@example.com.
Thursday, November 11, 2010
MAG will be selling member artwork at The Christmas Marketplace at 1515 S. Mint Street in uptown, Charlotte, to benefit the Kilgoris Project. The project builds schools and farms for a small African village, Kilgoris, so it will ultimately become self-sufficient. Fellow MAG member, Reg Narmour, spoke about his experience at the African village and showed his watercolor giclees of the schools built there. He not only helped with the physical labor but also befriended a young boy who regarded Reg as his "grandfather". Reg wore a belt the young boy made for him.
The Christmas Marketplace will take place December 3 (4PM-9PM) and 4 (9AM-9PM). Please come and help this cause by doing some of your Christmas shopping here. And don't forget to visit MAG's booth too! Contact Debbie at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to sell art.
Thank you, Miriam Durkin, for a wonderful demo of a portrait done in oil. Thanks also to Ally Yacenda for modeling. The demo demonstrated the creation and manipulation of the different kinds of shadows used in portraits as well as how skin tones and highlights make portraits come alive. The portrait was finished in just a little over an hour... with breaks! Miriam teaches group, as well as, individual classes. Check out her website at: http://www.miriamdurkin.com/.