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ARTISTS GATHER Friday's at 10a.m.

Original post made by Claudette McDermott, Del Prado, on Sep 24, 2011

Each Friday artists gather to show and discuss their latest works in Pleasanton. Artists and onlookers, experience First Hand the Creative Process when Every Other Friday we Paint in various Locations in the Bay Area creating "ART IN PUBLIC PLACES." Grab a cup of coffee and then sit down for an Informative Journey in Fine Art. You can keep track of where and when by checking out our website page "ACC. Google: Poetry On Canvas Pleasanton and click ~ Want a weekly reminder? Join our mailing list by e-mailing PoetryOnCanvas@Mac.Com

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Posted by Claudette McDermott
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on Sep 24, 2011 at 10:41 am

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Sketch with WaterColor by Mahesh Baishya ~ Artist of "ART IN PUBLIC PLACES" along with fellow Artists of Art in Public Places : Claudette McDermott, Sally Haig, Alan Ryall, Greg Skuce, Anotonia Wennink, John West, Fred Followill, Stan Vierk, Rebecca Chou, Louie, Vincent, Liz White, Valery Daft and others.

A Vineyard will be our next Location ~ e-mail PoetryOnCanvas@Mac.Com for more details.


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Posted by rebecca
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on Sep 25, 2011 at 8:23 am

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Participating artists have generated some amazing work week after week--we see local landscapes, abstract renditions and surrealistic touches. It's inspiring to be among people with such a breadth of cultural expression and committed efforts.


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