A visit to the Market Street Art Spot this month will remind you of what’s to love about October. The colorful acrylic paintings of Carol McGill and the exquisite Raku pottery of Judith Singer (this month’s Featured Artists) will set your heart ablaze. Exhibit runs through Saturday, November 7th, so you still have lots of time to stop in.
Many thanks to Dr. Paul Binnig, D.V.M. and Mrs. Diane Binnig, sponsors of the opening reception.
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Erin Mulligan is a professional artist living and working out of Canton, Ohio. She has been actively creating art for nearly her whole life. Growing up in an artistic family, it had always been her dream to be creative, speaking to others through her art and to make this her life. Most of Erin’s drawing technique was learned from drawing so much as a child, helped along by the encouragement from her family, and guidance of her mom and grandma. At fifteen her grandmother introduced her to oil paints and taught her in the french impressionistic style. In 2003 she began lessons with Frank Dale. He is a modern day master who teaches his students in the age old oil painting technique of glazing. This is the style of painting which Erin uses today because it allows for so much depth and incredible detail. Most of Erin’s art has something meaningful to say, sometimes it is obvious, but sometimes, the connection is almost subconscious.
“Art is a form of communication which brings peoples souls together. It is an expression of ideas, with or without words, which allows everyone to share at a level where we are all similar.”
“Life” is what Erin is trying to convey through her subjects- the ugly, the beautiful, the mundane, the morbid, everything and the connections which hold it all together.”
Market Street Art Spot is grateful to Summit Glove, Incorporated for sponsoring September’s reception.
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Watercolorist, Jack Fetzer sharing with patrons.
Wonderful, wintery watercolors created by Jack Fetzer are currently on display at the Market Street Art Spot. Jack says he loves to paint the cool grays and shadows of winter scenes. A reception was held on August 7th. Tom Freeland provided music. Refreshments were served. MSAS thanks the Rotary Club of Minerva for sponsoring the event.
Coming in September…
A well-attended opening reception for the “Strings ‘n Things” fiber arts exhibit at the MSAS made for an enjoyable way to spend Friday the 10th of July! Artists, Pat Coffland, Kathy Krisher, Nancy Stewart Matin, Kate McMahon and Sarah McMahon were in attendance to meet and greet patrons and discuss their love of fiber arts. Musician, John Whitacre added his own soothing “strings” to the ambiance of the evening. The exhibit will run through Saturday, August 8th. Gallery hours are W TH F 1-6pm and Saturdays 10-4.
MSAS is grateful to patrons, Dick and Jill Rutledge, sponsors of the event.
The June opening reception at the MSAS may have begun with a torrent of rain, but that didn’t put a damper on the success of the evening, as many came out to see what Isaac Stanley has been up to artistically. As for the “Raines” inside the gallery, it was a downpour of great music (and fabulous food!) enjoyed by all!
This current exhibit will remain on display through Friday, July 3rd. Gallery hours are Wednesday – Friday 1 to 6 pm and Saturday 10 – 4 pm. MSAS will be closed on July 4th.
MSAS extends sincere thanks to Greenport Financial Services in Minerva for sponsoring the reception.
How would you describe the artwork of Isaac Stanley? Here’s a sneak peek, but to really decide you’ll have to see it “up close and personal”. Now is your chance!
On Friday, June 12th, Market Street Art Spot will open a new exhibit featuring Stanley’s work. The Raines Sisters of East Canton Barbershop fame will provide music! Refreshments will be served! Come meet the artist from 5 to 9 pm.
MSAS is grateful for this month’s sponsor…Greenport Financial of Minerva.
…Diminutive Designs! This month MSAS features 90 pieces of small artwork creatively produced by over 20 artists (Clare Murray Adams, Marty Chapman, Wayne Chunat, Jennifer Collins, Therese Cook, Lynn Digby, Laura Donnelly, Jack Fetzer, Joli Fichter, Jeanie Gordon, Joan Henninger, Judi Longacre, Priscilla Sally Lytle, John Madden, Terri Madden, Erin T. Mulligan, Michelle Mulligan, Anna Rather, Lynda Rimke, Irene Tobias Rodriguez, Gail Wetherell-Sack, Elizabeth Smith, Paula Smith, Isaac Stanley, Nicole Wong). Beth Gray, Dennis Kempthorne and Bob Ventre filled the opening reception with magical music as the gallery buzzed with the hum of patrons perusing the miniature offerings. If you had to miss the exhibit opening, be sure to visit before the show closes on June 6th. MSAS expresses deep gratitude to this month’s sponsor, Edward Jones Financial.
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