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Jamaica Plain Spring Fair
June 1, 2013, 11:00 am–4:00 pm
First Church In Jamaica Plain Unitarian Universalist
6 Eliot St, Jamaica Plain, MA
Come join Anna for her first event of the year at this indoor-outdoor festival celebrating the season. Vendors include artisans of every sort, along with a bake sale and a yard sale-which promises “no junk”. Anna will be featuring brand new paintings, including her never-seen-before Empty Nest series. Her price range will be $1-50, with most items priced at $25 or less.
The festival is easily accessed by public transportation, walking or driving (street and off-street parking).
The Focusing Series
Returning this year with new instructors and new topics, the Focusing Series offers professional development workshops at affordable prices. Instructors include: Matt McKee www.mckeephotography.com and Scott Cipolla www.alternatecurrents.com The series is sponsored by the Jamaica Plain Artists Council, and will be held at various locations in the Boston area.
For a full class schedule: 2013 Workshop Schedule
Thanks to my gallery rep, Scott, I have a video up about my work and JP Open Studios. Check it out!
A2N2 is a member of Gawker Artists
Anna has been selected to be the Massachusetts representative artist for the Landfill Art Project. The Landfill Project!
Based out of Wilkes Barre, PA the Landfill Project is about bringing together the world's
artists to create something beautiful out of garbage. Founder Ken Marquis is collecting
artwork made from his collection of 1041 hub caps dating from the 1930s-1970s in this art
reclamation project. I've been asked to create a piece as the artist representative of MA!
I just got my cleaned and polished Plymouth Division hub cap in the mail and I can't wait to get painting!
More to come but check out the website: www.landfillart.org for additional information.
Still not sure how Ken found me but I'm thrilled he did!