This is my first attempt at this. The opportunity to advertise oneself is a wonderful thing. I am grateful for this venue.
I am an artist who lives on East Hampton. I am a native with the exception of a few years spent in PA and Ohio. My heart is and always will be here. My love of the sea is my inspiration for my work. I paint the magnificent beaches and shores of East Hampton through Montauk. There is no place quite like here.
Along with exhibiting in shows in various galleries in the area, I have founded a group to promote all the arts in our community. It is The Community Arts Project. The function of the Project is to give all artists an opportunity to share their expertise and knowledge with others. It is based at the Hall in East Hampton. The Project is open to all forms of art, painters, sculptors, cooks gardeners, singers, poets, wood carvers, dancers, soap makers and so on, the list is endless. Any one who would like to share their special talent with classes, demonstrations or shows, please contact us.
We have had several talks and teas to introduce ourselves to the area. There is no cost for the event. Twenty percent of any profits will be asked for the use of the church's facilities.
Memorial Day weekend May 25 and 26. We will be having a plant sale at the Hall for Ashawagh Hall's community garden. is directly across the street from the church on Springs Fireplace Road in East Hampton. The idea is for anyone to purchase a plant of their choice and plant it at Ashawagh Hall's community garden. If you would like to be a part of the garden, please come to the church hall Friday, May 25 and Saturday, May 26 to purchase your plant and be a part of our wonderful community.
Cynthia Loewen, firstname.lastname@example.org, 631-324-7221