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Two Rivers Village Arts will be holding its annual fundraiser yard sale on Saturday June 4th 2011, starting around 8:30 a.m. and running into the afternoon. It will be held in the parking lot next to our Gallery….
Ever visit a gallery and wonder how an artist creates his work or have questions you’d love to ask if only you could talk to the creator of that wonderful piece of art? You will have your chance on Saturday August 28th …..
Two Rivers Village Arts will be holding its annual fundraiser yard sale on Saturday June 5th 2010, starting around 8:30 a.m. and running into the afternoon.
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Susan Massini has been a member of Collective Visions, an art quilt group, for three years. Do stop by Two RIvers Gallery and view these quilts up close. The detail is fascinating.
Collective Visions is an art quilt group whose projects resemble works of art rather than traditional quilts. The traditional three layers (top, batting and backing) found in quilts is maintained however the art takes over with original design and innovative embellishments including paints, inks, beads, yarns and special fibers.
“Grandma’s Big Catch”, designed and quilted by Kathy Adams, depicts a camping scene Kathy created from photographs (shown below) that her grandfather took in the 1950′s. It features Kathy’s grandma, the big striped bass she caught, and their very modern 1950′s house trailer.
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PLEASE NOTE THAT THE DATE FOR THIS CLASS HAS BEEN CHANGED FROM SUNDAY 20th JUNE TO SATURDAY 26th JUNE. Everything else is the same. Beginning and intermediate level classes, taught by Bev Fairclo-Ott. The class will focus on watercolor basics, paint, paper and texture techniques…
LEARN HOW TO BEAD USING PEYOTE, BRICK AND SQUARE STITCH. These stitches are three of the basic stitches used. Other beading stitches are available upon request ….
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The weather may be dismal as usual for this time of year, but we are feeling a little more upbeat at the gallery. Art sales, although always slow in the winter, are not nearly as slow as they were last winter. Maybe we will finally get to put this recession behind us.
Another summer gone, and unfortunately, it was not the best one for the gallery. There were not many tourists about this year, and those that were about kept the purse strings tightly under control.
What a gloomy spring it’s been; not one full day of sunshine for the whole month of March. It’s kept the tourists at home, and sales at the gallery have suffered as a result. The first 3 months of the year are usually a very slow time for us, but this year has been one [...]