Writers and artists often find themselves struggling to begin, be it on a long-simmering idea for a novel, the perfect story, a poem, or any number of creative projects. When faced with the monumental task of “getting it right”, unfortunately many succumb to self-imposed pressure and never begin in the first place, or if they do they often become overwhelmed and disillusioned with the process. In this two-part presentation and workshop session, Andrei Guruianu will discuss the psychological, artistic, and professional benefits of “thinking small” — working on side projects, exploring distractions, forging creative collaborations, and most of all finding pleasure in the act of creating itself — all as a way to nurture the creative self and foster a frame of mind that keeps you coming back to what you love to do. Guruianu will provide examples, suggestions, and resources for participants to be able to explore a range of such “creative detours” for themselves and begin their own side projects.
Draw, paint from the model. Sharpen your skills and engage with other artists!
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Marche' is the Cooperative Gallery's bi-annual fundraiser to help with our community programs. It features an opening Gala with food, first pick of a wide variety of art, supplies, decorative household items, linens, china, antiques, jewelry and other unique items. The Gala is $10. The Marche market continues on Friday, Nov. 30, 10-4 and Saturday Dec. 1, 10-4, with deep discounts each day. If you have good quality items to donate, contact the gallery at CooperativeGallery213@gmail.com
Photographers are eligible to enter up to three photos in any format in this open themed show. There will be cash prizes for Best of Show, two Judge’s Choice each in Black and White and Color, and ten Honorable Mentions will also be awarded. Photos may be submitted Thursday, December 27, 10 am-2 pm, Saturday December 29 12-4 pm. (Pick-up dates are Sat. Jan 27th 4-6 pm and Sun. Jan. 28th 3-6 pm.
An Artist’s Life is a series of visual artists sharing their approach, process, insight and daily do’s and don’ts of being a working artist. The first one in the series is Orazio Salati.
An Artist’s Life is a series of visual artists sharing their approach, process, insight and daily do’s and don’ts of being a working artist. Kathye Edwina Arrington has a great interest in the vastness of cultures and sensitivity towards children. She specializes in the art of African Mud Cloth, doll making and illustration. Kathye has a BFA from Moore College of Art in Philadelphia and an MS in graphic design at the College of New Rochelle. She is founder of KEA Illustrations and is currently publishing children’s books.