Holidays @ Frank Bette Center
Once again the Frank Bette Center for the Arts will turn its galleries into a wonderland of art created by our talented artisans. We will be featuring jewelry, paper fiber arts, prints, ceramics/mosaics, wood, glass and framed two-dimensional art works 12"x12” or smaller. This year, we will also have a few surprises.
Reception December 10: 6-8 pm
Closing date: Sunday December 18.
Art Pickup: Sunday December 19, 2021 or by agreement of the gallery.
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their picture wrapped in it. The child will look at the photo years hence and their parents will say “It goes by so fast.”
Helen Calhoun loves color and fabric with which she has fashioned cross body purses for cell phones, glasses or extra masks. She made sachets carrying your favorite scent. Some people put these on their pillow to lend an additional welcome to bedtime.
Woodwork and moss art by Ros Harper and Jennifer Freesia bring the beauty of the natural world into the home. Although we cannot surpass the miracles nature has already made, we can draw attention to and celebrate them.
Kris Egan shows impressive ceramic pieces glazed in a dusty blue and green range. Because orange is the compliment of blue, imagine one of these plates with a chunk of bright cheddar on it or a handful of cutie tangerines
There are many kinds of cards which are distinctly not Hallmarkian such as altered old, one-of-a -kind photos, charming watercolor scenes, and vivid amaryllis prints (give it with a bulb). There are fused glass ornaments and tiny hand-painted, wool-wrapped sheep to perhaps festoon a houseplant if the cost of cut trees has become untenable.
Creativity in the raw has no cost and it can be found in abundance at FBCA . Supporting local artisans represents support for hands and hearts.