I am at the tail-end of a Shave-My-Head fundraising effort for the Attleboro Arts Museum. The goal is $20,000 and a little over $16,000 has been raised so far, and as the President of the Board of Trustees I would like to say thank you to those who have donated by letting them decide what kind of haircut I should get before the May 1 Annual Meeting.Continue reading “Thank you haircut”
I was asked to participate in Attleboro’s Expo for the Senses as a chalk artist. Each artist had to create something from an art masterpiece. Not wanting to just do a masterpiece, I decided to make an anamorphic masterpiece using a cylinder mirror. Everything had to fit into a 6 x 6 foot area. I picked Grant Wood’s “American Gothic” because the book “Grant Wood – A Life” by Tripp Evans is the next Art Lovers Book Club read at the Attleboro Arts Museum. Not knowing just how big I needed to make the cylinder mirror I made a scale … Continue reading First-time chalk drawing
I got the official word in the mail from the Attleboro Arts Museum. The Museum’s and my Facebook buddies, my emailing and a handful of dropped-off donations combined to add $1,165 to the Annual Fund. Continue reading $1,165 raised!