Culture Days St.Thomas coming soon……
Posted by Sharon Brassard on Friday, September 14, 2018
CULTURE DAYS -ST.THOMAS September 28 – 29- 30.
Visit our HUB at Romantic Designs Artist Studio. Three days of Art Exploration, Free mini art classes, demonstrations and meet the Artists that make our studio such a “hub of activity”.
QUILTING -EMBROIDERY-CROSS STITCHING
SCULPTURES IN CLAY, STONE, PAPER, FIBER AND METAL
PAINTINGS AS FAR AS THE EYE CAN SEE………..
Every year THE APPRECIATION OF THE ARTS in St.Thomas, celebrates Artists and Artisans of all mediums. This year marks the 30th year and the show promises to be even more spectacular than before. Guests can browse through rooms of Art that include Quilts, Woodcarvings, Watercolour, Acrylic, Mixed Media, Ink, Pencil, Sculptures in Clay, Stone, Metal and Paper. The first night; Wednesday May 4th, offers a program of music with featured Artists ranging from 8 years old to 90. All of this with FREE ADMISSION! The show runs from Thursday May 4 to Saturday May 7.
LOCATION: The Church of the Latter Day Saints – 436 Elm Street, St.Thomas
Wednesday 7pm to 9pm
Thursday 10am -9pm
Friday 10am – 9pm
Saturday 10am to 3pm.
Sharon Brassard from Romantic Designs ( St.Thomas) was awarded a HONORS Ribbon at the 2015 BRUSH AND PALETTE Art Show in London, Ontario for her mixed media painting THE WALL. Inspired by the series Game of Thrones; the acrylic painting depicts Castle Black and the great ice wall that protects the other kingdoms. The judge complimented her choice of media to create an “ice like” landscape and feeling of isolation.
This was Sharons’ first time participating in the Brush and Palette Art Show.
SHARON will be exhibiting in the OOAK ART DOLL SHOW IN TORONTO
Sharon will be demonstrating Sculpting with Polymer Clay today (Friday) at
THE APPRECIATION OF THE ARTS – EXHIBIT
436 Elm Street, St. Thomas
Just some of the amazing Art on exhibit today at
THE APPRECIATION OF THE ARTS 436 Elm Street – St. Thomas
ELGIN & ST. THOMAS ART STUDIO TOUR
This Weekend – Saturday May 4 and Sunday May 5
11am -5 pm Daily
FREE COMMUNITY EVENT!!!!!
This self-guided tour is free of charge. The artists of St. Thomas and Elgin wish to invite you to explore their work and to learn more about the creative process. Watch for the flags at each location! Tour brochures are available at the St. Thomas-Elgin Public Art Centre, 301 Talbot St. St. Thomas and Romantic Designs Artist Studio, 120 Wellington St.
Over 50 Artists are participating in this tour at various locations – with Romantic Designs Artist Studio featuring 8. Take in the splendor and artistic talents that make Elgin and St.Thomas a “Hub for Artists”.
LOOK FOR THE FLAGS!