April 2015 Newsletter



April 2015 Newsletter
April 2015
Workshops for April
Watercolor painting with Hilda
Hilda is back in April to teach two different water color
classes. The first workshop, scheduled for April 8 at 7
pm, will be an introduction to water color painting. April
14, Hilda will guide you the step by step process of
painting the pansies to the right. View full schedule.
More Painting Workshops
Paint a Bouquet with Sue Marion
Sue will lead you through the step by step process to create a
beautiful bouquet of flowers. Only a few spots left! Register
through our secure on line process. Schedule
Bill Bright ­ Artist of the Month
Bill has so many different styles of painting, one would not
think it is a one man show. Bill's show runs from March 31 ­
through to May 31. Please join us Sunday, April 12, from 4 ­ 6
pm for the reception. Refreshments served, free and open to the
public. click here.
Summer Dreaming ­ Winners Announced
Our first juried show was a smashing
success. We had over 20 artists with their
depiction of the essence of summer. Our
juried winner was David Prokowiew of
Lunenburg, and our popular winner was
Jim O'Rourke of Townsend. Summer Dreaming pictures
Inspired Blooms and the winner
is....Country Florist of Pepperell Melanie, of Country Florist in Pepperell, created this unique
arrangement to complement the encaustic painting of Groton
artist, Sharon Wooding. The painting is titled "Vernal Pool". The
winner was determined by popular vote.
Thank you to all the garden clubs and floral designers who
participated: Sue Hutchinson ­ Littleton Country Gardeners,
Anonymous ­ Littleton Country Gardeners, Thelma Shoneman­
Acton Garden Club, Lisa ­ Lavender Flowers, Flourish Florists,
Bronze Bell Florist ­ Pepperell. A special thank you to all the 529 artists who also created some
wonderful flower arrangements.
Check here to see all the great flowers from the event.
Act III Wins Entertainment License
Let the music commence!
After winning its appeal to the commonwealth, and receiving an entertainment license from
the town of Littleton, Act III Restaurant will finally be allowed to offer live music on a regular
basis. The music starts April 1, with pianist/musician Paul Broadnax. Check Act III's
website for its schedule and to purchase tickets. MSPCA fundraiser to date
Through the generosity of the artists of Gallery 529, and the
Social Canine of Westford, and the folks who bought our auction
items, over $400 in total will be sent to the MSPCA's Nevins
Farm in Methuen to support its important work. Thank you to all!
Contact: Virginia Wood, Executive Director
Gallery 529
529 King Street
Littleton, MA 01460 | 978.486.0187
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