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And there will be cake!
Sunday - April 8: 1:30 – 3:30pm
Diane Maguire-Horton – Hub White – Timothy Whitten
Join us on Sunday, April 8, 1:30–3:30 PM for DIAA's sixth (and final) 2017–2018 winter session of "ART matters 3", an opportunity for artists to share their work and talk about it with the public. The theme of this program is “BASIC MATERIALS.”
ABOUT THE ARTISTS
- Ceramic artist Diane Maguire-Horton will discuss her focus these past few months in: form, pattern and color palette using ceramic basic materials: stoneware clay, underglaze and glaze. Diane fires mid-range in an electric kiln.
- DIAA Board Member Hub White will present drawings that reflect the unique characteristics of a basic material, rock.
- Fiber and marlinespike artist Timothy Whitten will discuss his work and gallery collection housed at the Marlinespike Chandlery in Stonington. ‘Marlinespike work’ describes the genre of fancy hand braiding, weaving and knotting done by sailors and fishermen
After artists' presentations and discussions moderated by Hub White, a reception follows with coffee from 44 North Coffee, tea and cake.