I’m starting a new adventure and it includes you! Well, if you want to anyway!
This weekend will be my first class in teaching people how to paint. We will be starting off with Van Gogh’s “Starry Night.”
It will be held in the Flying Fish Gallery, but I am planning more classes in the immediate future. My class filled up in less than a few days. I am planning a nice little menu of Hors D’ouvres. Not to be missed! Not to mention my super snarky wit and humor…ok well, the dip is good.
Here is a list of what will be served, so please pair your wine accordingly.
Sat, June 4th Apps Menu
cabbage wrapped shrimp with a mango pineapple chutney
tomato and mozzarella cheese salad with fresh basil
fresh veggies from the garden with a fresh dill dip
assorted olives and olives stuffed with blue cheese and a blue cheese crumble with crackers
assorted cheese tray with grapes
Passionfruit Punch with a mint and lemon garnis
You may have missed this class, but please check my web page for more available dates.
I will be adding more shortly!
You’ve seen them sitting on your niece’s floor or perhaps you owned one when you were a kid. Etch-A-Sketchs® are fun yet somewhat difficult to master. One wrong turn of the knob and your masterpiece looks like it grew Pinnoccio’s nose.
Today I was talking to a friend and we were discussing some of the stranger art forms and she alighted me to a fact that there are actual Etch-A-Sketch® masters out there. I had to see for myself.
Here’s what I found….
The Etch-A-Sketch® Art of Jeff Gagliardi
George Vlosich III
Since 1989 – at just ten years of age – George Vlosich III has been perfecting his talent on the Etch A Sketch. Each is an original work of art that takes 70-80 hours to create. Once finished, the piece is then preserved to stand the test of time. Every creation is uniquely different, and cannot be duplicated. They are featured in galleries throughout the world and have sold for more than $10,000. George has Etched many of the world’s greatest athletes and celebrities and his work has been described as “the one continuous line that continues to amaze the world.” George is proud to have paved the way for others to follow in his footsteps, but what continues to set George apart is his amazing story, his incredibly detailed etches, his worldwide publicity and his uncompromising passion to take his Etches to places no one ever thought possible.
For inquiries on events and original artwork contact GV Art + Design at: firstname.lastname@example.org