Monthly Archives: June 2012

Featured in July…

…our very own, MARTY CHAPMAN!  Looking forward to seeing you all on July 13th for an opening reception!  Marty has been feverishly turning new works of art! Be sure to come see what he’s produced!! 

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And the winners are….

(of the plein air competition, that is)….

Best of Show: Erin T. Mulligan

Award of Mastery: Lynn Digby

Patricia M. Kishman Award of Excellence: Anna Rather

Honorable Mention: Sally Lytle and Lynda Rimke

Congratulations to ALL participants for making this a rewarding exhibit!

Special thanks to musician, Lou Begue … to M. J. Albacete, judge of the show … to our prize donors – Canton Museum of Art, Diane Evans, Gary and Syndy Willen and the Patricia M. Kishman Memorial Trust … and to Minerva Community Theater, reception sponsor.

ArtFest Review

Wood-turners, plein aire painters, potters, basketeers, spinners, jugglers…Cub Scout gutter sailboaters, Boy Scout slot car racers and musicians packed Market Street in Minerva on June 2nd for the Great Minerva Market Street Turnoff and ArtFest. Twenty-two wood-turners, fifteen plein aire artists and many others created art works and crafts galore for the crowded street. With food, snacks and other refreshment availables, the public thronged to the event. To wrap up the event, the Market Street Art Spot held a reception on Friday, the 8th, to award prizes to five plein aire paintings created at the ArtFest. Erin T. Mulligan received “Best of Show” for her piece titled, “Normandy in the Sky”; Lynn Digby’s oil painting, “Fallen Tree” was given the “Award of Mastery” and “Minerva Dairy”, an acrylic painting by Anna Rather received the “Patricia M. Kishman Award of Excellence”. Sally Lytle and Lynda Rimke each received an Honorable Mention for their respective paintings.  A huge “THANK YOU” is extended to….M. J. Albacete, our juror for the event … musician, Lou Begue…Minerva Community Theater, sponsor of Friday’s reception…our prize money sponsors…and all who came out for the event and reception!  Once again MSAS has been overwhelmed with the display of support for the arts in Minerva!

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ArtFest was a smashing success…

….look for details to come shortly.