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February
Southwest Harbor Public Library Presents: Paintings and Textures - the Works of Kate Russell Henry and Tom Lee
Stop by the Southwest Harbor Public Library during February to view a joint exhibit of Paintings & Textures that will include fiber sculpture, weaving, mixed media and paper assemblages by Kate Russell Henry and landscape paintings and quilts by Tom Lee. Meet the artists at a reception on Sat. Feb 11 from 2-4 p.m.

Saturday, February 4
ArtWaves Presents: Did You Leave Your Heart in Maine?
10AM: Join Pati Dority and create 3D hearts made items like driftwood, shells, sea glass, netting, sand dollars, star fish, lobster shells, etc.! Each student designs their heart onto a frame and will resin the items to the frame with Pati's guidance! Click here for more info and to register.

Sunday, February 5
ArtWaves Presents: Life Drawing Instruction with Erika Rosso
10AM: Figure Drawing or Life Drawing has been a foundation of fine art for hundreds of years. Many of the old masters practiced tirelessly to perfect the human figure in their drawings, later using their sketches to inform their paintings. Often considered the most challenging subject, drawing the human figure can significantly improve your drawing skills. Click here for more info and to register.

Saturday, February 11
ArtWaves Presents: Marketing Workshop for Artists
In this class we will cover the WHO, WHAT, WHERE and HOW of marketing. We will also have the opportunity to dive deep into what might be holding you back from "putting yourself out there" (many artists struggle with this). You will learn my personal formula for creating a monthly marketing plan. Click here for more info and to register.

Sunday, February 12
ArtWaves Presents: Opening Up Abstraction with Monoprinting
11AM: Please join local artist, Emily Owens, for Opening up Abstraction with Monoprinting!We will talk about abstract art and learn some mono printmaking techniques. After making we will do some writing/journaling about our prints and share the work and thoughts about this form of making and finding meaning in art. Click here for more info and to register.

Saturday, February 18
ArtWaves Presents; Recycled Landscapes with Mariah Reading
10AM: Join Mariah Reading for a recycled materials landscape workshop. Mariah will give you step-by-step instruction about how to create lively landscape paintings using repurposed marine-debris. Blending the recycled materials into the backdrop of the location where they were rescued reminds you to see the world around you through a different lens. Click here for more info and to register.

Sunday, February 22
ArtWaves Presents: Creating Digital Art with Microsoft Word - an introduction
6-8PM: Microsoft Word may be the most popular word-processing program, but it is also a surprisingly remarkable tool for visual artists. I’ll show you how to access and utilize the graphics tools hidden behind the facade of the Word interface. As a result, you will be able to create digital art inspired by your own vision and capabilities. Click here for more information and to register.

Saturday, February 25
Camp Capella's Annual Polar Dip!
Noon: Its time Folks to get cold! The forms for the Dip this year are online at www.campcapella.org, or click here. Lets raise some camper tuition! https://secure.frontstream.com/2023-camp-capella-polar-dip

Saturday, March 11
Island Connections' 5th Annual Chowder and Chili Chowdown for Rides
5-7PM at Atlantic Oceanside Hotel and Event Center in Bar Harbor: We are so excited to bring back this event! Come join us for good food and fun. If you would like to participate by making your best chowder or chili, email Sharon: director@islconnections.org Click here for details!

Saturday, March 18
ArtWaves Presents: Recycled Landscapes with Mariah Reading- Advanced
10AM: Join Mariah Reading for a recycled materials landscape workshop. Mariah will give you step-by-step instructions about how to create lively landscape paintings using repurposed marine-debris. Blending the recycled materials into the backdrop of the location where they were rescued reminds you to see the world around you through a different lens. Click here for more information and to register

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