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Autumn Art Fair at the Garfield Park Arts Center SUN, Nov. 19 (11 am – 4 pm) 12-1 Sheila Herring 1-3 Delta Duo + Tony Watson, harmonica Diane P. Werblo Independent Organizer

Click to see details:   AAF ’17 Online Ad 11-9-2017 from Diane Werblo

The Autumn Art Fair is proud to present the following our talented *All-Stars* selling their amazing work:

*Shirley Adams* of PBS’s The Sewing Connection has fancy fabric purses and the sample dresses from her TV show (size 10/12/medium only).
*James Anderson* has amazing photos of Mother Nature at her best.  He focuses on things some of us just don’t see.
GPAC Neighbor *Zane Boucher* makes interesting chunky, funky ceramic mugs and some sleek cool ones, too!
Mathematician *Stephen Chamblee* displays the unexpectedly beautiful side of this science in his colorful and curvaceous fractal art designs.
*Linda Christy* & *Deanna Letsinger* from the Faith Temple Pentecostal Church are selling holiday wreaths and fun jewelry.
*Earlynn Collier* AKA *Dragoncat* has cute hats, painted china, shawls, scarves, and other surprises.
Another neighborhood favorite artist, *Mint Evans* specializes in repurposing items into unique “ornaMints.”
Colorful fused glass pendants from *Lynn Gossett* add dazzle to any outfit!  His unique creations have such a vitality!
See what the GPAC *Clay Staff/Students* have cooked up in the kiln.  Consider taking a class at GPAC.  Call 317-327-7135 for info.
If you like gray-green, check out bowls, plates, and ikebana vases from *Sean Gray.*  Are you a collector of the voluptuous pears from *Rick Greiner*?  He favors green, blue, and soft red.
*Mary Ann Habeeb* has amazing hand-painted yarns if you like to make your own unique gifts.  If not, shop her socks, gloves, hats, etc.
*Dottie Hawk* and her group of friends have an affinity for beads.  Check out their lovely dangling strands and bracelets!
The group called Herrons & Egrets offers a mix of goodies:  *Jerry Barnett* has vintage cartoons.   Young *Scot Brown* has terrific hand-turned pens.  Gourd artists *Emily Dillard,* *Mac McCrary,* and *Diane Werblo* have a gorgeous variety of styles.  Pen and ink artist *Josh Kreuzman* has affordable small drawings.  Legally blind artist *Barbara Mangus-Hopkins* will amaze you with her continuing ability to draw and paint.  Come hear her stories!
*M. Lois Jansen* works in unusual media to make wondrous jewelry and useful items!
Well-known local artist *Duane King* works in 3-D as well as 2-D.  He does commissions for your special events.
New to AAF, *Maureen May* has energetic abstracts to brighten your day!
“Pre-loved” is the way *Sharon McKittrick* describes the fabric she uses in her dolls, mittens, and rag rugs.
*Angie Nuttle* & mom *Earline Houchins* both paint, but their styles mirror their personalities.  One is romantically sweet.  One is bright and vibrant.
Earth Mother Goddess *Courtney Porter* & sweetheart *Alfred Hayes* offer their Nubian Naturals Jewelry.
Fiber artists *Jeanne Scheuring*  & *Mary Ann Carpenter* have hand-dyed bamboo fiber socks, silk scarves, earrings, and other fiber items.
Seeking something really special?  *Marilyn Scott* makes unique, amazing giftable gift boxes in unusual shapes!
*B Skinner* does gentle fused glass landscapes, elegant flowers, and beautiful designs.
New to AAF, *Kim Soladine* has decorated leather angel ornaments!  Check out his tooled work also.
Also new to AAF, Carmel-based artist *Walt Thacker* brings fun paintings, many perfect for any man cave.
In love with Indy’s architecture, *Leo Ware* often points his lens at buildings, bridges, gates, and monuments.  He has some soft, fuzzy subjects, too.
Repurposer *Jane Wiles* figured out how to make Grand Stands for cookies, candy, and cakes out of singular pieces of glass and ceramic.
Friends of Garfield Park are a great help to the Autumn Art Fair and all of the venues and activities at the park.
Piano and voice teacher *Kathy Kilgo* who teaches out of GPAC will entertain us Saturday morning about 10 a.m.
Members of the *Calligraphy Guild of Indiana* make wonderful bookmarks free for patrons of AAF starting after 1 pm on Sat.
*Irish Arts Academy* will perform about 10:45 on Saturday morning.
GPAC dance teachers *Faten Munger* & *Brenda Perkins* and their students whirl through the fair at 1 pm on Saturday.  Don’t miss their vibrant energy!
*Stefania Lucille Tewell* & mom *Lucy Purdue* paint the faces of the kids — and adults!
New to AAF, *Gary Cope* and his friends play Native America Crow flutes for us Saturday afternoon.
Also new to our fair, Ukulele Lady *Sheila Herring* will play and sing on Sunday at noon.
Do you love poetry?  So do *Mary Godsey* & *Carol Murschel* who run the Garfield Poetry Circle.
Are you an amateur photographer?  Would you like to share tips and tricks with others?  Talk to *Tony Carlino* & *Dave Wensits* of the Indiana Photographic Society.  They and their friends will be happy to share!
The Garfield Shakespeare Company under the guidance of *Lisa Laflin* & *Chris Burton* put on plays at GPAC in the spring and MacAllister Center in the summer.  Talk to them about openings for cast and crew!
Saving our new musicians for last, Delta Duo — *JJ Stenzoski,* & *Irina Porapova* are joined by their harmonica-playing friend *Tony Watson* to entertain us Sunday afternoon.ENTERTAINERS’ SCHEDULE:
SAT,  Nov. 18  (AAF 10 am – 5 pm)
10:30 – noon  Kathy Kilgo
12-1     Irish Arts Academy
1-2       GPAC dancers
2-4       Gary Cope & Nat Am flutesSUN,  Nov. 19   (AAF 11 am – 4 pm)
12-1   Sheila Herring
1-3     Delta Duo + Tony Watson, harmonicaDiane P. Werblo
Independent Organizer
Autumn Art Fair at the Garfield Park Arts Center

About Thelma Goulet

Happy to promote our fiber arts of spinning, weaving, knitting, crocheting and teaching 4-Hers and the public with demonstrations and more.

One comment on “Autumn Art Fair at the Garfield Park Arts Center SUN, Nov. 19 (11 am – 4 pm) 12-1 Sheila Herring 1-3 Delta Duo + Tony Watson, harmonica Diane P. Werblo Independent Organizer

  1. Peggy carlevato
    November 12, 2017

    Thelma, please do tell where this is. Looks familiar from days gone by at Penrod

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