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The Earlville Galleries will celebrate the amazing artwork of young artists in the Central New York community with its 12th Annual TeensART Exhibit, generously sponsored this year by Tom Morris DMD of Family Dentistry in Norwich. A reception for the artists, their teachers, friends and families will be held on Saturday, March 19, from 12-3 pm.

16TeensARTcelebration postcard webThe exhibit showcases the artwork of students in grades 6 of 12 from eleven participating schools this year. This year’s teachers who will curate the work of their students for participation in the exhibit will be: Julie Frear and Adam Reynolds of Cazenovia, Ashley Stagner of Hamilton, Micheal Flint of Madison, Karin Howlett of Morrisville-Eaton H, Jon Vaughn of New Hartford Senior High, Laurie Clark of New Life Christian, Barbara Dwyer and Wayne Franklin of Norwich HS, Matt Wilson of Norwich Middle School, Heather Cigeroglu of Oneida High, Jackie Craine and Kristian Newman of Sherburne-Earlville, Tresta Smith and Linda Salta of Unadilla Valley and Mary Beth McGuire of Waterville HS.

Come and vote for best of show! The top three artists garnering the most votes will receive prizes donated by Golden Artist Colors.

Eloisa Guanlao and Judith Present exhibits will coincide with TeensART 2016

Eloisa Guanlao and Judith Present exhibits will coincide with TeensART 2016

Two other exhibits will also be on display at the Earlville Galleries: DARWIN’S FINCHES by Eloisa Guanlao in the East Gallery asks: Who benefits when technology expands and natural resources are consumed? Who suffers? What could we gain, as a society, from scrutinizing the impact of technological innovation? These questions and more form the nexus of Eloisa Guanlao’s exhibition DARWIN’S FINCHES, which juxtaposes photographs of live and expired birds alongside Smartphone “measuring rulers” to create ambrotypes– literal fossilized records of the bird’s existence and a reminder of the myopia of 19th century positivist science.

ON THE CURVE by Judith Present in the Arts Cafe Gallery his series deals with the deviation of the straight line, to create movement where once there was stagnation. Using different curves and the way they flow I have transformed the images into dances. All three exhibits will run through April 30.

The Earlville Galleries are part of the Earlville Opera House, located at 18 East Main Street in Earlville. Gallery hours are 10-5 Tues-Fri and 12-3 on Saturdays.   The Earlville Galleries are wheelchair-accessible with a ramp and a lift, and admission is free.

EOH events are made possible, in part, with public funds from the NYS Council on the Arts with the support of Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the NYS Legislature, and through the generosity of EOH members.

Kayleigh DiMare, 20th Grade, Waterville High School

Kayleigh DiMare, 10th Grade, Waterville High School

 

Shayla Sullivan, Grade Sheburne-Earlville12, High School

Shayla Sullivan, Grade Sheburne-Earlville12, High School

GOLDEN ARTIST COLORS SERIES WORKSHOPS:

These classes are taught with Golden Artist Colors paints and expertise!  Their mission has been “To grow a sustainable company dedicated to creating and sharing the most imaginative and innovative tools of color, line and texture for inspiring those who turn their vision into reality“. Golden continually launches exciting new product lines and is well known for working with artists to produce excellent high quality acrylics and art materials that meet developing needs in the field.

Tuesday, August 11, 6-9 pm – Creating a Painted Floor Cloth with Mike Townsend of Golden Artist Colors

Hand-painted floor cloths were one of the earliest forms of floor coverings, originating in England in the 1700s and eventually imported to America.  With the development of linoleum in the early 1900s, their use and manufacture declined, but lately there has been a resurgence of floor cloths as a revived folk art.  This workshop will teach how to prime a canvas, fold and glue the edges, paint it with acrylics using historical designs or geometric patterns, and apply a sealer coat for protection.

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Sample of a contemporary version of early American folk art floor cloth.

floor cloth mandala squares

Geometric or folk art patterning can be applied to the floor cloth to match the colors of a room.

Tuition is $60, includes $30 materials fee – all materials provided. Teens may take this workshop for free with our EOH scholarship fund.

Advance registration is required for workshops; call 315-691-3550 to register or register online at this link and enter the class information in the message box. The Earlville Opera House is located at 18 East Main Street in Earlville.  For more information, visit www.earlvilleoperahouse.com.

Michael Townsend – Golden Artist Colors Teaching Artist

floor cloth by fireplaceMichael Townsend is an artist and employee of Golden Artist Colors, Inc. He has been with Golden nearly 20 years, working in the Quality Control, Research & Development, Custom Product Development, and Technical Support Departments. Michael has a BA of Studio Arts from Mansfield University, where he studied printmaking, silk-screening, sculpture and painting.

Michael has experience in mural painting, spraying, marbling, substrate preparation, varnishing and many other artist applications. In his own work he enjoys painting everything from abstracts to landscapes, using everything from paint and brushes, to airbrushes and digital tools. Michael enjoys demonstrating and teaching other artists how to use methods and materials in their own artwork.

EOH GOLDEN ARTIST COLORS SERIES WORKSHOP:

This sample board shows some of the different techniques of marbling with Golden Artists Colors paints

This sample board shows some of the different techniques of marbling with Golden Artists Colors paints

The Earlville Opera House presents this summer’s GOLDEN ARTIST COLORS SERIES WORKSHOPS. These classes are taught with Golden Artist Colors paints and expertise!  Sam Golden started local company in 1980; they now sell their products around the world. Their mission has been to work with artists to produce excellent high quality acrylics and art materials that meet developing needs in the field.

“Marbleizing Paper and Fabric” will be on Tuesday, July 14 from 6 pm to 9 pm.  The process of hand marbling paper was a closely guarded secret, and even today, marbling can be frustrating to learn.  Thinned paints are floated on a thickened medium, manipulated to create patterns, and then the pattern is transferred to a prepared paper, cloth or other substrate.

Some marble prints hanging to dry on a clothes line.

The class will show you how to prepare your materials, balance colors, and create intricate patterns.  Supplies, substrates and Golden Artist Colors Acrylics provided with the fee for marbleizing paper.  If you wish to work on fabric, please contact us so that the easy prep of your fabric can be done before the class.  The techniques are the same after the fabric is prepped.

Michael Townsend is an artist and employee of Golden Artist Colors, Inc. He has been with Golden over 20 years, working in the Quality Control, Research & Development, Custom Product Development, and Technical Support Departments. Michael has a BA of Studio Arts from Mansfield University, where he studied printmaking, silk-screening, sculpture and painting.

Michael has experience in mural painting, spraying, marbling, substrate preparation, varnishing and many other artist applications. In his own work he enjoys painting everything from abstracts to landscapes, using everything from paint and brushes, to airbrushes and digital tools. Michael enjoys demonstrating and teaching other artists how to use methods and materials in their own artwork.

The tuition for the workshop is  $50 and includes $10 materials fee – all materials provided for working with paper. Scholarships are available for teens to take this class.

Advance registration is required for all workshops so that we can have your materials ready for the class.  These classes will be at the Earlville Opera House at 18 East Main St., Earlville, NY 13332

To register or for more info call 315-691-3550.

Or fill in this online form, enter $50 tuition amount on the first line, then fill in “Marbleizing” class in the message box at the bottom

For more information, visit www.earlvilleoperahouse.com .

The possibilities and palettes are endless!

The possibilities and palettes are endless!

Link to Golden: http://www.goldenpaints.com/

The next class with Mike Townsend of Golden Artist Colors is Creating Painted Floor Cloths on Tues 8/11The evening class will meet from 6 to 9 pm.

EOH events are made possible, in part, with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, and through the generosity of EOH members.

9-26 EOH Auction 2014 2 by 7.5 ad for fbIf you’ve been hearing the buzz about the Earlville Opera House’s Auction for the Arts, you’ll know that there are five different categories of amazing items available for bid. Auction item categories include: {EDIBLES} – {EXPERIENCES} -{ENTERTAINMENT} – {ESSENTIALS} – {EMBELLISHMENTS} – so read on for the latest list of fun offerings!

{EXPERIENCES}
Airplane Ride – Go up, up in the air on a breathtaking aerial survey of Hamilton and environs. Climb aboard a private plane with a guest for a quarter of an hour in the wild blue yonder. Forget the pre-boarding security pat-down but remember to bring your camera!
Kayak Expedition – Traverse the picturesque waterway known as “Nine Mile Swamp” with expert kayaker and naturalist Fred von Mechow. Long associated with the notorious Loomis Gang, the creek is now home to beavers, great blue herons and a variety of flora and fauna. All gear provided for up to 6 people.
Sri Lankan Cooking Class & Dinner for Two – Redolent with aromatic herbs and healing spices, Sri Lankan-style cooking (like South Indian) is hearty and healthy. Bring your apron and an appetite because Sami Martinez will give step-by-step instruction for creating exotic dishes that you can make at home. Complete the evening with a delicious dinner!
Family Day at Rosamond Gifford Zoo – Take your crew to the zoo with a one-day pass for four. Ranked by TripAdvisor as Syracuse’s 2nd most popular attraction. Lions and tigers and monkeys, oh my! Be sure to count heads before you leave so you don’t bring any extra monkeys home!
Fruit of the Fungi – Delve into propagating your own ‘shrooms with a home visit from fun guy KC Mangine of Fruit of the Fungi. Three mushroom logs will be provided along with instructions for growing. Don’t just sit there, get growing!
Lake Moraine Boat Excursion – Cruise our very own Lake Moraine on a pontoon party boat with seven of your best friends. You can choose from a lazy afternoon float or a daybreak fishing trip. The ship’s captain Dave Folta might even be talked into bringing his mandolin for a serenade!

Cooperstown Museums – Make a day of it and visit the Fenimore Art Museum AND the Farmers’ Museum – two of Cooperstown’s most renowned attractions. Tickets for two to both museums valued at $75; experiencing art and agriculture – priceless.

Seven Oaks Golf Course - one of the best public courses in NYS according to GOLF Magazine and Golfweek

Seven Oaks Golf Course – one of the best public courses in NYS according to GOLF Magazine and Golfweek

Seven Oaks Golf – Treat yourself and three buddies to a round of golf at the gorgeous Robert Trent Jones-designed course right here in our backyard. Remember: the best golf partner is one who is always a little bit worse than you are!
Colgate Athletics Basket – Root for the Raiders at one of their home games with this basket worth $120 – tickets, t-shirts and sweatshirts included for a great game day with our hometown team. Go Raiders!
Recording Studio Time – Spend a couple hours recording your own original tune with Jim McDowell at his Bradley Brook Recording Studio. Your Big Break is waiting for you! Recording time is valued at $50. Big Break not included.
Voice Lessons – Spruce up that singing voice with two 45-minute voice lessons with professional singer Meena Nair Conant. With degrees in Music Theater and Voice, Meena has the chops to help you discover your potential. Do-re-mi-fa-so-la-ti-do! Now bid!
Math Tutoring – Get five hours of high school or college math tutoring from Colgate professor Evelyn Hart for your potentially stellar student. Regardless of how good you were at math when you were in school, the new stuff will make your eyes cross – leave it to the professionals, please.

{ENTERTAINMENT}

Make your own theater experience for 64 of your best friends!

Make your own theater experience for 64 of your best friends!

Private Theater Showing – Bring 64 of your besties to a private screening of your favorite flick. Whether it’s Star Wars or Psycho, you can experience every thrilling detail on the silver screen. Insider tip: Ask for layered butter on your popcorn!

Evening of Babysitting – Experienced parent and skillful grandmother Patti von Mechow will not only care for your little ones while you go out for date night or running errands, she will get down on the floor and keep them entertained. Four hours of child care is valued at $80. Knowing they’re in good hands – absolutely priceless.

Blue Parsley Boys Concert – Imagine the glorious voices of the Blue Parsley Boys at your next house party or fundraiser. These a capella songsters will hit all the right notes to make any occasion festive. Valued at $200, even a penny less would be a bargain!

‘laissez les bon temps rouler’ (Cajun for: let the good times roll)

‘Laissez les bon temps rouler’ (Cajun for: let the good times roll)

Tumbleweed Gumbo Band – get ready to ‘laissez les bon temps rouler’ (Cajun for: let the good times roll) when you bring the zydeco, Celtic and Americana-tinged foot stompin’ melodies of Steve Blais, Liz Friedel, Werner Koegst and Larry Jordan to your party or outdoor event. Prepare to have your argyle socks rocked! 

And speaking of ENTERTAINMENT… the incomparable DIANE ADAMS McDOWELL, fresh from her work on the Tony-award-winning Broadway musical “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder” will be performing at the event. That alone is worth the price of admission! 

Here more exciting selections from the Earlville Opera House’s Auction for the Arts event to take place this Friday. These {ESSENTIALS} may be just what you’ve been needing, and provide some solutions to life’s complications. Read, buy tickets, mark calendar. Go!

{ESSENTIALS}
* Legal Beagle – Hire Attorney Chris Kendall to help with your legal concerns. Want to set up a trust for your pet parakeet? OK, maybe not that one. What about completing an iron clad last will, power of attorney, or health care proxy? You name it, Chris will wrangle all the legal details. Valued at $500, but taking away the worry, you will sleep like a baby.
* Massage Therapy – With several licensed massage therapists and a variety of session packages, there’s bound to be one that’s right for you. Wendy Chapura specializes in CranioSacral Therapy and Visceral Manipulation. Holly York is not only trained in human massage, she is also equine massage certified – ideal for the horse enthusiast. Darcie Loveless of Hamilton Massage Therapy provides personalized service for health and wellness right in downtown Hamilton. Monique Dembrow whose practice is in Utica is a development, rehabilitative and restorative service practitioner.
* A Sign of Welcome – Nothing says “Welcome!” better than your very own Welcome Sign! Use it for your home, business, or outdoor entertainment space. Donated by Robin and Ethel Diehl for your special entrance.
* Vermont Bowl Mill Salad Set – Make any meal spectacular with a hand-crafted bowl from this renown maker of heirloom quality goods. This lovely set includes a large salad bowl and a set of six individual serving bowls. Set your table with the finest and elevate even a simple salad supper to the sublime. Valued at $175; sure to last for generations.
* Picture This – Enjoy your very own family photo session with acclaimed photographer Alice Virden-Speer! Receive all the care and attention of a professional photo shoot and choose from four complimentary 8×10 fine art prints. Make memories that are priceless!
* Steph – Make a fashion statement with carefully selected designs for every occasion at Steph. Shop for that perfect outfit using a gift certificate for $50 at the quintessentially glamorous boutique that has what it takes to make you look mah-velous!
* Card Me – Get your DIY project started with $20 from Curtis Lumber or use $25 to browse the densely-populated aisles at Parry’s. Try for one or snag them both for holiday stocking stuffers. Only 12 weeks until Christmas!
* Bookstore Bonanza – surprise that special kid in your life with a selection of children’s books from the Colgate Bookstore. Reading is a lifetime passion so start your youngsters out with a cherished gift.
* House Beautiful – Take your home remodeling project to the next level with professional architectural consulting by Bruce Ward, AIA. With a design to fit your exclusive needs, enjoy a 4-hour consultation and concept drawings. Valued at $300 and sure to make your design dreams come true.
* Get Fit, Be Fabulous – Check out the newest and most exciting fitness sensation to hit Hamilton at the FITT Stop. Employing the principles of Frequency, Intensity, Time and Type, shake your groove thang with a personal training program that zeroes in on your goals. This one month fitness pass will get you moving and grooving while you get strong and healthy!
OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA* Artist Supplies – Choose from three different fine art paints collections in water colors, oils or acrylics from Golden Artist Colors.

Capture some of Central New York’s seasonal beauty in paint as you utilize some of the most luxurious materials from a company that’s been in the fine art business since the 1930s.

* Saxby’s Coffee – Get your caffeine fix in the bag with a basket of goodies from Saxby’s at the Barge. Choose from hot or cold coffees, breakfast or lunch, smoothies or frozen yogurt at the newest coffee hangout in town.

{EDIBLES}
COMMON THREADCommon Thread CSA – What better investment in your future than a mini-share in community supported agriculture? Enjoy a summer allotment of organically-raised produce valued at $180 and choose from a seasonal assortment of farm-fresh delights. Dividends paid in health and well-being!

iguanaLa Iguana – Savor the flavor South of the Border and all your Mexican flavor enticements with a generous gift certificate valued at $60. More than just a dining place, La Iguana is known for its icy margaritas and warm welcomes.

Maple Avenue Farms – Beef, it’s what’s for dinner. Look no further than this three-generation farm if you are looking for locally raised, high-quality, grain finished beef, valued at $50. Our mouths are watering already!
Good Nature Brewing – Enjoy a scintillating half growler of any one of GNB’s “Farm to Glass” beers – offering handcrafted, all-natural ales brewed right here in Hamilton with local ingredients. Sure to please any beer connoisseur!
Ingallside Meadows – A generous assortment of red meat, white meat, and the “other” white meat, this hearty selection offers salad bar beef, free-range chicken and fresh air pork, valued at $180. You’ll know exactly where your food is coming from.
Poplar Hedge Farm – We’re not ‘kid’-ding – this is the best goat cheese you’ll ever taste: 24 ounces of chevre and feta cheese produced by the content and pasture-fed goats of West Winfield, NY.
Jakes Cheese – You’ve tasted these goodies at the Hamilton Farmers’ Market, now treat yourself to an assortment of cheese, jellies, jams and cookies made with a passion for well-crafted food by the Soltzfus Family. You know it’s gonna be Gouda!
Lost Biker’s BBQ – You don’t have to be lost or a biker to enjoy this delicious BBQ! Mosey on over to this hot new place in Sherburne for a taste of their slow-smoked perfection, valued at $25. Bring your appetite!
Basket of Maple Goodness – donated by Lyle and Nan Warren, this hand-made basket includes sweet local maple products.
Heirloom Meadows Farm – You’ll think you’re in Paris (the one in France, not New York) when you partake in the pastry sensations that include croissants and other French treats. Mai oui, s’il vous plait!
G&M Farms – Prepare your taste buds for pure heat when you tantalize them with a variety of mild-to-fiery salsas, all made from fresh natural ingredients. With a last name like Scovill, Mike and Ginger may know a thing or two about spice!
seven oaksSeven Oaks Club House Restaurant – Whether you’re a golfer or not, you’ll love a $65 gift certificate to the Club House, which includes a bottle of wine. With a delectable menu of signature dishes and a serene view to die for, all you have to do is call to reserve a table!
Pie of the Month Club – The winner of this item will be our new best friend for life – or at least 12 months! What could be more delightful to share than a delectable, fresh-baked pie of seasonal goodies from the kitchen of RuthAnn Loveless? We’ll bring the coffee!
Jewett’s Cheese House – Half the fun of Jewett’s is tasting all the aged cheeses. The other half is bringing some home with you. Enjoy a nice gift certificate that can be used for any of their fine cheeses or array of other local products.
09Print-2Poolville Country Store – Just a short drive to the hamlet of Poolville to find a culinary gem featuring regional and seasonal products and genteel service. Enjoy the countrified elegance of a dining experience at this chef-owned and -operated restaurant.

JULIE JORDANDate Night: Cooking In – Just add the wholesome ingredients because you’ll be receiving a bottle of wine donated by Jeff Clarke, and a copy of A Taste of Julie Jordan – 100 Top Vegetarian Classics with recipes from the much-loved Cabbagetown Cafe in Ithaca.

{EMBELLISHMENTS}

> Antique Child’s Chair – If you’ve got a little one in your household or a brand new grandchild, then this exquisite chair is for you. Mostly a decorative item, this chair is still functional for small people. Valued at $60, this could be a family heirloom in the making.

> It’s Nutting, Honey – The atmospheric photographs of Wallace Nutting are prized as fine collectibles in the Colonial Revival style. Nutting photographed the world around him, often during long bicycle rides in the countryside.

> Inlaid Letter Opener – whether you use it for personal correspondence or the usual barrage of bills, a stylish letter opener is an excellent addition to a fine desk or side table. Hand crafted by artisan Duane Martinez out of Central New York spalted maple and inlaid with semi-precious lapis lazuli, this enduring and ergonomic piece makes a fine gift or a personal indulgence.

> Nantucket Basket – Lovingly hand made by Jean Chapin, this Nantucket market or fruit basket is ideal for Saturday Farmers’ Market or a variety of home decoration or display options. Imagine it piled high with freshly-harvested apples or heaped with veggies from the garden. Now imagine yourself owning it! Score!

> Ede Walker Bowl – Well known in the region for stunning timeless ceramics, this Ede Walker large pottery bowl will bring a touch of earthy elegance to any table. Rich in colors and kiln-baked textures, and a must-have for any serious host or hostess.

From Mountain View Gardens!

From Mountain View Gardens!

> Succulent Garden – Cactus displays are all the rage these days, and this potted garden of succulents arranged artfully in a designer container is sure to make any sunny spot in your home look sharp. Donated by Mountain View Gardens and valued at $50.

> Caricature Portraits – Have a personality that feels hemmed in by mere photographs? Try a custom caricature portrait by artist Jonathan Vaughn! You and a fellow “character” can enjoy a rare pleasure reserved for royalty and heads of state. Go ahead, you deserve it!

> Quilted to Perfection – Hand made from teeny tiny pieces of fabric, quilting practically defies practicality, and yet it is a most practical possession. Norma Lamb creates art quilts that will decorate a wall or top your bed with equal ease. Valued at $125, make sure you snag this artful embellishment early.

> Village Crossing Clothing – Skip the impersonal department stores and don’t get mauled by the mall! Start your bidding early for this $25 gift certificate along with a purse valued at $26 from the Village Crossing in Clinton. With stylish and affordable clothing for women of all ages, this store is one that strives to stock its racks with items that are “Made in America.”

> Miniatures by Hestia – Add the charm of miniature historic buildings to your Colonial decor with a selection of Hestia VillageScapes from Evergreen Gallery. Valued at more than $130, these tiny architectural icons make fantastic mementos of a bygone era – or a visit to the historic town of Hamilton!

With more than 90 auction item in the categories of Edibles, Experiences, Entertainment, Essentials and Embellishments, there’s sure to be something for everyone!

For a complete list of auction items, please see the full program listing by table    http://www.earlvilleoperahouse.com/PubData/EOH.001/PDFs/EOH%20Auction%20program%20(2014).pdf.

Get your tickets tickets now for the Auction for the Arts to benefit the Earlville Opera House on Friday, September 26 from 5-7:30 PM at the Colgate Inn. An evening of complimentary beer, wine and hors d’oeuvres while you peruse the auction items and prepare your bids. Remember it is a silent auction, but that doesn’t mean you have to be quiet about it! Tell a friend or bring a neighbor!

To Buy your Tickets to the Auction – here’s the link to our donation page.  Please put Auction in the message box. Tickets are just $15 each. Any unsold tickets will be at the door on Friday night at the Colgate Inn.

 

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Listen to the incomparable piano stylings of Tony award winning Dianne McDowell.

You are invited to join your friends and neighbors and fellow patrons of the arts on Friday, September 26 at the Colgate Inn in Hamilton, NY for a silent auction to benefit the Opera House. Enjoy complimentary wine, beer and hors d’oeuvres generously provided by the Colgate Inn.  Listen to the incomparable piano stylings of Tony award winning Dianne McDowell! Bid on artwork, local crafts, food, trips, antiques, and services from babysitting to legal counsel, all donated by friends of the Opera House.

For more than 40 years, Earlville Opera House has been a mecca for arts and entertainment in rural central New York. Housed in a restored, historic, late-19th-century structure on Main Street in the Village of Earlville, the Opera House offers classes for children and adults; exhibits the work of local, regional and national artists; and stages performances ranging from community theater to nationally renowned musicians.

Here are some sample items that you can bid on: an airplane ride, a kayak trip, local farm products, child care, legal services, music lessons, cooking lessons, Nantucket market basket, massages, large bowl by Ede Walker, tickets to upcoming shows, golf for four, a home-baked pie per month for a year, Colgate Athletic basket with game tickets, t-shirts, sweatshirts & more, quilted wall hanging, children’s basket, Among Stones jewelry, Golden Artists Acylic paint basket, Watercolor paint basket and Oil paint basket, Tumbleweed Gumbo concert at your house party or outdoor event, 1 month fitness pass, wine, 2 hours studio recording, Blue Parsley Boys a capella music for your party or event, 4 hours architectural consultation, including concept drawings and much, much more!

For a listing of more of the fun things at the auction go to the EOH Facebook event page for the EOH Auction! Link

Idle and abandoned for more than two decades before it was saved from demolition in 1971, the Opera House has been rehabilitated and sustained through volunteer effort and the generosity of members and friends, and it has become a beacon for the arts in our community.

Mark your calendar for Friday, September 26, 5:00-7:30 pm. Admission is $15, and you’ll be fostering the arts in central New York.

Please support the arts in central New York!  Buy your raffle tickets and come out for a fun evening!

Please support the arts in central New York! Buy your raffle tickets and come out for a fun evening!

Tickets available at:   Evergreen Gallery, 11 Lebanon St., Hamilton or via the Earlville Opera House through 315-691-3550 or www.earlvilleoperahouse.com or by seeing one of our board members Roger Bauman, Suzanne Collins, Ruth Ann Loveless, Dode Page, Lara Scott, Jonathan Vaughn, Merle von Wettberg, Bruce Ward or Shirley Zimmer.

Here's a sample of an early poster design by Maxfield Parrish that includes eye catching design techniques.

Here’s a sample of an early poster by Maxfield Parrish that shows eye catching design techniques.

A Free Golden Artist Colors Workshop for Teens:

In this 4 hour workshop we’ll be creating posters or t-shirts for a favorite cause with artist Mike Townsend.  
We’ll be teaching eye-catching poster and sign layout and design for maximum impact, and also teaching basic hand lettering by brush.  Teens should “BYOC” to class.  (Bring your own cause!).  Any images teens can provide (by cell phone or tablet or printed) will be helpful to make the most of the class. Inspiration can be also drawn from the exhibitions at the Earlville Galleries…the workshop overlaps the TeensART exhibit that runs through May 10.

The goal is to help artists with basic drawing skills but who may be intimidated by the paintbrush with a fun, low key approach to learning about working with acrylic color and creating surfaces you can draw on.  Attendees would learn preparation of a surface for drawing, sealing and adding color to their work during and after creating a drawn outline. An introduction to new GOLDEN High Flow Acrylics that can be used by brush, airbrush, fiber tipped markers, and dip pen!  For this workshop, we’ll provide poster stock.  Teens can bring in their own T-shirts to paint if they prefer to WEAR their cause!.  

This class is taught by artist super hero Mike Townsend Michael Townsend, an artist and employee of Golden Artist Colors for over 20 years.  He works with cutting edge technologies in the acrylic field at the Golden Artist Colors factory.  He’s very often the guy on the phone helping artists understand how to do what they want to do with the medium!  (That makes him a super hero to many because sometimes they work together to invent new ways to solve problems!)

TO SIGN UP FOR THIS WORKSHOP: FILL IN THESE TWO SURVEY QUESTIONS:
EOH events are made possible, in part, with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, and through the generosity of EOH members.
These workshops are funded, in part, with a grant from the NYS Office of Children and Family Services through the Madison County Youth Bureau.  
TAKE YOUR ART TO THE NEXT LEVEL with Two Free Golden Artist Colors Workshops for Teens to Accompany the TeensART 2014 Exhibit –
To be rescheduled: TBA PAINT YOUR SELFIE! Learn acrylic painting and transfer techniques in a self portrait.
Sat, May 3, 10 am to 2 pm PAINT YOUR CAUSE! (BYOC)  Learn how to make an impact with your design…add some force to that idea!

We could use your help scheduling Paint Your Selfie!  Please take this survey to let us know best times and to sign up: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/8JWMYCR

Both classes are taught by artist super hero Mike Townsend Michael Townsend, an artist and employee of Golden Artist Colors for over 20 years.  He works with cutting edge technologies in the acrylic field at the Golden Artist Colors factory.  He’s very often the guy on the phone helping artists understand how to do what they want to do with the medium!  (That makes him a super hero to many because sometimes they work together to invent new ways to solve problems!)
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More info about the workshops and the exhibits to visit in the galleries:

The Class PAINT YOUR SELFIE! will be rescheduled in May!  

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Mike Townsend takes a selfie with his son and will show how the image can be transferred and transformed into a painted portrait on canvas.

A Free Golden Artist Colors Workshop for Teens:  (max 20)   Students will learn new techniques with image transfer to canvas and painting with acrylic paints and color glazes.  Students will take “selfies” and send them with their cell phones to the instructor who will get them printed while instruction continues (cell phone can be provided in class if needed).  When the prints are ready to go, the next step will be image transference to small canvases and then the fun begins!  Students can choose to take as much time as they like using new techniques to paint their Selfies on canvas or can choose a quick approach to make 4 prints like an Andy Warhol.

Sat, May 3, 10 am to 2 pm PAINT YOUR CAUSE! (BYOC)…bring your own cause!

A Free Golden Artist Colors Workshop for Teens:  (max 20)   Learn how to make an impact with your design…add some force to that idea! We’ll be teaching eye-catching poster and sign layout and design for maximum impact, and also teaching basic hand lettering by brush.  Teens should “BYOC” to class.  (Bring your own cause!).  Any images teens can provide (by cell phone or tablet or printed) will be helpful to make the most of the class.

The goal is to help artists that draw decently but are intimidated by the paintbrush with a fun, low key approach to learning about working with (acrylic) color and creating surfaces you can draw on.  For this workshop, we’ll provide poster stock or teens may bring in their own T-shirts if they prefer to WEAR THEIR CAUSE!.  Attendees would learn preparation of a surface for drawing, sealing and adding color to their work during and after creating a drawn outline. An introduction to new GOLDEN High Flow Acrylics that can be used by brush, airbrush, fiber tipped markers, and dip pen! Youth will work on poster projects and are empowered to create posters for themselves or for a favorite cause: (We could optionally collaborate with a teen chosen cause to make posters to expand outreach.)

maxfield parrish notobaco

This Maxfield Parrish advertisement  shows how strong imagery and strong lettering combine to make a powerful statement to “sell” your cause.

The Earlville Galleries:  visit the galleries when you take a workshop!

The tenth annual TeensART Exhibit runs from April 12 through May 10, 2014.  This year nine area schools will be participating:  Hamilton, New Hartford, New Life Christian School, Morrisville-Eaton, Norwich, Oneida, Sherburne-Earlville, Unadilla Valley and Waterville. The show will feature work from teens from sixth grade through seniors, in a wide range of media. It presents a unique opportunity to view what is happening in the world of student art.

The Teens ART reception for the public will take place on Saturday, April 12 from 12 – 3 p.m.  Teen-approved snacks and home baked cookies will be served!

Two exhibits are on display concurrently with the TeensART exhibit through May 10 and provide insights into contemporary art for old and young alike.  See more about Lisa Iannello’s Conscious Landscapes and Patricia Coyle’s “Pennies, Bandaids, and Safety Pins: The Objects We Keep Hidden.”

The Earlville Opera House is at 18 East Main Street in Earlville, located near the intersection with NYS Route 12B.  The EOH Galleries are not-for-profit exhibit space and run year-round exhibits of local, regional, and national artwork.  For more information, please call (315) 691-3550.

EOH events are made possible, in part, with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, and through the generosity of EOH members.

These workshops are funded, in part, with a grant from the NYS Office of Children and Family Services through the Madison County Youth Bureau.

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