KpacoTa CnaceT Mup-Beauty Will Save the World

(Quote from Fyodor M. Dostoyevsky's THE IDIOT, 1869)

Friday, November 22, 2013

Winter Wonderland Home Show this weekend!!!

Sat 10-5

Sun 12-5
23-24 Nov., 2013

If you are in Western Maryland this weekend by Antietam , near Shepherdstown, WV come join us and support local artisans! Also, 100% of proceeds of Bake Sale items go to St. Catherine's Orthodox Church of Hagerstown. 

Email for info/directions or look for signs !


vivian said...

lydia! wish I lived nearby.. I would come to your show. Im heading out to a doll show this afternoon and keeping my fingers crossed to find two old tiny babies to make ornies out of.
have a fab weekend!

Stanley Workman said...

This Sunday morning a new Art work will be placed in public, free for the taking. Marc Breed, has for 42-years placed art in public, in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Las Vegas and Ann Arbor, immediately prior to arriving here in 1997. While many within the arts field, cannot tell you exactly what Marc does. The reason is as complex as is the artist himself. Mr. Breed works in whatever medium is at hand, with an eye firmly following the global arts dialog. He also is fully-cognizant of first amendment issues surrounding the arts. A fight he relishes. If you yourself conduct a web-search, the impression you'll be left with, is of a simple confidence man, who happens to be an artist. When the truth is that his faux ads are negative space, to the art which you'll well remember. And yes, many of his works are prurient.
But, when at 15 you created a trifle, which later became the symbol for the anti-war movement. The expectations for yourself, are on a somewhat different plane.
A small graffiti-esque piece will be left in or around Lakewoods' Root Cafe'; sometime this Sunday morning. For a man who rumors swirl around, he has been leaving us a huge bounty, for the taking.
So far, such far flung fans have included Viktor Shrekengost, Dr. Dre, and Museum curators internationally.
Many of us collect this artist whenever and wherever possible. With Larry Flynt's collection boasted an entire portfolio.

Dr. Stanley Workman, Art Historian
& Professor Emeritus