Come in this week if you have been eyeing that piece of glass, or that certain necklace, or that piece of fabric art, or that photograph, or that painting, or that bowl, plate, wall hanging, or piec of metal art because they are all on sale! Continuing this week, Auburn Old Town Gallery has everything in the gallery on sale at 20% off. The sale runs through Sunday, the 22.
The gallery will be open for the Co-Op Night in Old Town Auburn Thursday, September 19 from 5 to 9pm. Come by, get to know some of the artists, and get that piece of art you have been wanting.
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Have you ever wanted to try scratchboard? Or learn what it is? You’ll have a couple of opportunities soon. Ann Ranlett, MSA will demo her technique at the Gallery on Thursday night (from 5 – 8:30) during the Old Town Co-Op, and she’s teaching a workshop in Auburn on August 17th.
Huge congrats to AOTG member Neal DeVore who’s work was accepted into KVIE Art Auction being held OCT 4-6, 2019.
Large 18′ curly maple dyed platter
A number of our artists are participating in Open Studios Tours on Mother’s Day Weekend, May 11th & 12th.
Click on either image for more information and a map.
Loomis Art Loop:
Judy Butler, Sandy Delehanty, Phill Evans, Lori Humphrey, Jenn Norpchen, Ann Ranlett, Keith Smith, Merridee Smith
North Auburn Art Studios Tour:
Sonja Hamilton, Patty Pieropan Dong, Ardith Gray, Diane Tharp, Nicholson van Altena Glass
Sunday, February 10th, 12 – 3:30 pm
Gallery Members’ Creative Hands
Visit the gallery and paint a clay heart to take home. Seven of our gallery members made nearly 300 hearts to share! It’s a unique, personal gift for that special someone or our gift to you. It’s all part of the “Taste of Chocolate” event in Old Town. Our is a “non-fat” option! You won’t need a Taste of Chocolate passport for this stop. Heart painting starts at noon, hearts available while supplies last.
Some of the nearly 300 hearts created for this event, drying before firing.
Fired Hearts in the Kiln
A Whole Lotta Love!
Kudos to Sandy Delehanty! Her painting, ‘Havana Laundry’, has been accepted into the American Watercolor Society‘s International Exhibition in New York. She also had a painting for the Exhibition accepted last year. Competition is tough for this Exhibition, congratulations for Sandy for earning a spot two years in a row!
As we begin 2019, we look back to the artists who became members of Gallery last year.
Join us for a reception January 18th 6-9pm to celebrate those members: Dana Bilello-Barrow, the team of Alana Van Altena and Hannah Nicholson, Laura Bracken, Stacy Pedri, Marilyn Rose, Neal DeVore, and Paul Van de Carr.
The display on our Featured Wall will be up through January 30th.
Watch this fun video of Paul Van de Carr, hanging the display.
Alana van Altena & Hannah Nicholson
Paul Van de Carr