I know that many of us are already sick of winter and we’re only about a third of the way through it!!!! YIKES! If you’d like to beat the heck out of cabin fever and wanna be inspired, collect and enjoy, here are some events happening this weekend in the Central Ohio area!
|Artist and Curator Todd Camp Art and The Works present and exhibition of recycled art from area artists and local & regional schools. Opening reception this Friday 6-8pm. Free and open to the public
55 S. 1st. Street, Newark, Ohio 43023
|Step right up, step right up, step right up! Everyone’s a winner, bargains galore!Join us on Saturday January, 25 from 7-10pm at What the Rock?! for this special show closing of the latest installment in our local artist window display series.Paul Bearer is a mad alchemist. For the past few years he has been prodigiously churning out a veritable flotilla of quixotic little beasties he has dubbed CARNY CRITTERS. Every CC is a 1 of a kind creation fused from thrift store detritus and flea market flotsam and jetsam. A commonality they share is that they are whimsically malevolent and wholly captivating. There are so many varieties it’s challenging to catalogue the lot. Truly, they must be seen to be believed, and once eyeballed, you will wanna “adopt” your very own.Be sure to check out Bearer’s Weird World Creations & Carny Critters!|
Several artists (some formerly featured on my blog!) I know, including River Wolfe and Teresa Morbitzer (Vintage Vamp) will be clearing out their studios to make room for new creations this weekend at this great event! If you have ever wanted to add to your art collection, jewelry, etc, this weekend is the time to do it!!!
The 20th annual juried sale will offer limited-edition and one-of-a-kind fine art and fine craft by over 125 artists from across the country. This is the one opportunity in the year for shoppers to purchase high-quality fine art and fine craft, including beautiful jewelry, wheel-thrown pottery, blown glass, photography, paintings and more, at price reductions of 20%-60%.