Art Night: Zen Enso Circles with Carolyn Letvin

Enjoy wine and snacks while making an interesting and easy piece of art. Take home something amazing. New project every session; creative fun for everyone!

Artist Demo: Collagraph Printing with Brooke Lambert

Brooke Lambert is a printmaker and painter whose work is largely influenced by the emotions and memories of the ocean and other natural environments. In her art she shares these moments of happiness and hope: the floating shadows you see submerged underneath a wave, the red tinge behind your eyelids while lifting your face to the sun, the pattern of a honeycomb or a fishing net, and all the beautiful shapes, forms, and color in nature. In our current climate, she feels strongly that it is important to share these moments of brightness, new life, and hope.

Lambert’s primary medium is collagraph printing, in which she builds low-relief plates that she then inks and runs through a printing press, creating embossed paper prints that invoke the textures and shapes of fishing ropes, leaves, and netting. She then paints the prints, adding rich, luminous color.

In her Artist Demo, Lambert will talk about her printmaking process to build, print, and paint her collagraphs, her view and outlook as an artist, and her artistic practice and journey. Her talk will include a hands-on printmaking demo and an artist talk including a video.

Artist Demo: Leslie Lyman

Much of Lyman’s work is about domestic life – past and present. She is drawn to objects and materials that carry messages from the home and from work in the home. Using these less traditional sculptural materials such as paper, cloth, thread and twine often means much problem solving.

In her Artist Demo, Lyman will discuss this work, her influences, motivations and process. She will show images both of her sculptural work and of her photography, along with examples of smaller sculptural pieces. There will be a hands-on demonstration of both Coptic bookmaking and the versatility of mending.

Art Night: Acrylic Painting with Holly Coble

Enjoy wine and snacks while making an interesting and easy piece of art. Take home something amazing. New project every session. Creative fun for everyone!

Artist Demo: Exploring Repair with Bridget Harvey

Online Event

Join us Wednesday, November 16th at 10:30am-12pm EST on Zoom for an Artist Demo with Bridget Harvey! In her demo, Bridget will discuss repair as a concept and explore various ideas within its scope. She will show her work and research, exploring repair over the last nine years, and she will demonstrate hand-mending techniques.

Flowers and Flow

The West Concord GREEN THUMBS and ArtScape and collaborating on a gallery show called “Flowers and Flow”
Share with us your creations and captures of flowers/flow – open to your artistic interpretation.
PAINTERS, PHOTOGRAPHERS, all MIXED MEDIA ARTISTS of any ability and age level – submit your artwork to ArtScape on Sept. 17th and 18th
$10 gallery hanging fee
Green Thumbs and students – waived fee
GALLERY RECEPTION – Sept. 22nd @4:30 – 7PM
Show runs ’til Nov. 11th

Curator Tour with Jane Deering: The Conceptual Stitch

Join us 11am-12pm on Saturday, November 5th for a Curator Tour with Jane Deering. Jane will share her insights and walk us through the exhibition, The Conceptual Stitch, on view November 3, 2022 – December 18, 2022.

Opening Reception: The Conceptual Stitch

Join us at 5:30pm Thursday, November 3, 2022 for the opening reception of The Conceptual Stitch, curated by Jane Deering.

The exhibition is on view November 3 – December 18.

Art Night: Paste Paper with Cristina Hajosy

Enjoy wine and snacks while making an interesting and easy piece of art. Take home something amazing. New project every session. Creative fun for everyone!

Artist Demo: Children’s Books – From Inspiration to Publication with Katia Wish

What does a journey from inspiration to publication look like? How do you start your process? From a character? From an idea? From a childhood memory? All of the above!

Join author-illustrator Katia Wish to see how she developed her books Raccoon’s Perfect Snowman and Sophie’s Animal Parade. From childhood memories, to initial character studies, to doodles/notes, to figuring out the heart of the story, to storyboards, to character consistency, to many versions of a dummy book, to submission. And as you think that the book is almost there, there are many more revisions with an editor and an art director. They help you make the book the best it can be!

Katia will bring her books and prints for sale (by cash or check only) — perfect for upcoming winter holidays!