Monday, August 31, 2009
The wonderful world of Zentangle has arrived to the Philip Hone Gallery!
Zentangle 101 Workshop
Thursday, September 10,2009
$35.00 Includes instruction and supplies.
Instructor: Linda Cobb.
If you would like to join us;
call the Gallery 570-253-5577; !
There are a few openings left.
Linda also has another course at the
DVAA (Delaware Valley Arts Alliance)
37 Main Street, Narrowsburg, NY 845-252-7576
Zentangle Workshop Saturday, September 26, 2009
$35 Includes instruction and supplies.
A big thank you to my new friend Linda Cobb and our first demonstration!
What a great rainy night! Linda was a great example for me to follow in the future; down home and friendly, like someone you wouldn't mind kicking off your boots with and watching your favorite movie.
Linda is extremely personable and patient, just the perfect mannerism to teach this class. I am real happy that we decided to do this!
I can't wait for the class! I hope we have another great night with a little coffee... a little cake and well maybe some wine!
I have seen all my blogger friends doing this; and I'm supper excited to try.
Hope to see you there.
For more information about this fun and relaxing art form:
Thursday, August 27, 2009
Original Works by Rachel Gorman
Titled “Little Boy” 14” x 14” $325.00
Titled “Couple” 14” x 14” $325.00
The Artist Statement:
This series was based on trying to capture the impossible. The ghostly images represent the memories that once were. Through special techniques, I was able to capture the nostalgic feeling of past reminiscences.
This series of photographs began by shooting the environments; these were then printed in the darkroom and scanned into the computer. They were digitally altered and the figures were added. These pictures were then printed out on regular typing paper which was then brought back into the darkroom and used as paper negatives. The photographs on this disc are the negatives that were used to create the actual photographic prints. The photographs printed in this manner create a unique texture within the photograph. The prints that will be exhibited show these unique, weathered textures
Wednesday, August 26, 2009
A new addition to our family Ms. Rachel Gorman, she has temporarily left us for her college studies; however, I’ve hung her work upon the wall and we will continue to remember her creative spirit!!
Don’t forget Rachel, we appreciate all you do! Good luck, and I will post more photos today.
Posted by Caroline at 5:35 AM