Wine...Cheese...Art...What a fantastic way to enjoy a Friday evening and everyone is invited! Join me for an Art Show and Reception at The Parklands at Cecilton July 31, 2015! Free event! My appreciation goes out to this community for supporting the arts and purchasing select pieces of work by local artists to adorn their community center, including my piece "Calla Lily Pretty," pictured in the article below! Each artist who represents a piece of work decorating this community center will also have additional pieces on exhibit and available for purchase at this event. Hope you'll join us for a lovely evening and find a special piece of artwork that speaks to you!
For more about the event, check out the article published in the Cecil Whig 7/29/15:
By Cheryl Mattix firstname.lastname@example.org
While I was out and about ...
The Parklands at Cecilton, a 62-unit workforce housing complex that opened this spring, is hosting a public art show and reception on Friday from 6 to 8 p.m. to show off newly purchased local art for the apartment complex’s community room.
Those who attend will be able to see the approximately 20 pieces of artwork purchased by an interior decorator hired by the project developer, Ingerman, to be displayed in the community room at the apartment complex.
Participants will also be treated to wine and cheese, a tour of a two-bedroom apartment unit and an opportunity to purchase local art that will be brought to the show by about 20 members of the Cecil County Arts Council.
Eighteen two- and three- bedroom apartments remain available out of the 62 total units, according to Parklands manager Dawn McCreary.
Cecil County Arts Council Executive Director Annmarie Hamilton said Ingerman purchased a variety of art, including large abstracts and photos, from Cecil County artists Martie Bolinski, John Dixon, Curt Lang, Jessica St. Clair and Tommy Torres.
It’s free and sounds like a fun evening, so why not give it a try?
For any additional information, call The Parklands at 410-286-1125.