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Start the New Year seeing PARIS!

Julie Amabeli “Dan Black”

On Friday, January 9th, from 5 to 9 pm, Market Street Art Spot will open 2015 by featuring artists of Paris Studios and Gallery of Alliance, Ohio. Meet and greet the names behind the art, some familiar – some not so familiar, as you enjoy live music by Beth Gray and light refreshments. MSAS expresses gratitude to the Miller Family, sponsor of the reception.

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Modern Retro Recap

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Market Street Art Spot was a-buzz for the opening reception of “Modern Retro”, when local artists turned old laser discs into new artwork.

Participating artists include: Elizabeth Bolson, Barbara Bonaduce, Cathie Butterworth, Lynn Butterworth, Marty Chapman, Cheryl Eul, Scott A. Evans, Kim Franz, Joan Henninger, Amy Huston, Marilyn Kuntzman, Travis Kuntzman, Judi Longacre, Robyn Matako, Matthew S. Mayle, Dona McCloskey, Erin T. Mulligan, Michelle Mulligan,  Anna Rather, Mieze Riedel, Gail Wetherell-Sack, Glen Spiers, Peg Spiers, Isaac Stanley, Fredlee Votaw.

The “Copious Notes” provided music for the reception and light refreshments were served. MSAS wishes to thank Edward Jones Investments, which sponsored the event.

Be sure to stop in before Saturday, June 7th, when this show closes and MSAS prepares to feature its very own Resident Artist, Joan Henninger, for the month of June.

“Diary Art”

Market Street Art Spot is excited to announce our Featured Artist for March, Dr. Fredlee Votaw. Over the past 45 years, Votaw has participated in solo, group and competitive shows, garnering numerous awards on local, state and national levels. His work has been written about and published in several arts journals and magazines.

3 marSays the artist:

“…over the last five decades in Stark County I have explored oils, watercolors, multimedia, drawing, photography and computer graphics. Since my retirement I have focused on oils and multimedia and am excited about exploring different surfaces to create on.  I describe my works as contemporary “Diary Art”, responses to life, the world and my emotions. Instead of writing these responses down, as one would do in a diary, I choose to release them visually, in oils or multimedia creations.”

Plan now to join us on Friday, March 15, from 5 – 9 pm for our monthly opening reception and see for yourself the stirring “diary art” of Dr. Fredlee Votaw.

For a more complete biography, visit Votaw’s personal website at – http://www.fredleevotaw.com/