The location of this free Letter Writing workshop is at the new state of the art facility located 1201 s Federal. This Saturday April 24 2021 at 10.00 a.m.
.. Come, be inspired don’t have just the right words, we will help.
Make this Mother’s Day unique. Give of yourself to acquaintances friends that you have been distanced from. Your letter carrier could use a smile. Bring a friend, enjoy a morning of thoughtfulness, creativity. Available for your use will be stationery, cards, faux stamps as well as envelopes to upcycle. Send that belated Birthday Card. Thank you for the xmas gift. So many reasons you can still stay in touch and reach out in the time of social distancing.
Drop by for the MAIL ART EXHIBITIOn A collection of various mai-art calls initiated and collected by Calligrapher/Artist AnnaMaria Windisch-Hunt. Member of The International Union of Mail Artists. Mail from around the world will be on display through May.
FYI. Mother’s Day is May 9.
First class postage will be on hand for purchase as well as a great cup of coffee and you can indulge yourself with some of the finest European pastries now available in our area. For your convenience we will also get your missive to the Post Office, on time for Mother’s Day May 9, 2021.
Take this opportunity enjoy the commeraderie.
Hope to see you at the Exhibition and Workshop. Any question pm me.
Yes we have one in Lake Worth Beach. “Go west young man”. Lake Worth Beach now also has the very First Little Free ART Gallery in this artistic area. I attended its Ribbon Cutting.
It was a late afternoon affair with attendees bringing some of the first small works of art. This is via the effort of Amy Shaw and her partner John. Fairly new to our community who totally embraced what we in this quirky community are all about. First she installed her LFL, Then she purchased her gallery from an Etsy shop, fait accompli!
Local artists participated with stocking the initial small works of art. The gallery offers seating with miniature attendees who have gone walk about, often being mistaken for miniature art LOL which they indeed were.
My contribution was a 4×6 portrait of my cat wearing a Ruth Badder Ginsburg collar. It was immediately traded for this awesome small abstract painting seen top left. It has the Van Gogh colors yet reminiscent of the cave paintings of Lascaux. I could not get it out of my mind so early next morning I biked over and made it mine. (Done by 14 yr old Emma) A small Hurricane painting took its place that I used to sell at street fairs.
The mutual admiration society is alive and well. Amy not only put wonderful children appropriate books in but invested in colored pencils kits which are there for the taking. Bring a book if you have one to share or just avail yourself of a original work if art by the generous artists that live in this area.