Around Broadneck: Community artists participating in ALS Boutique
November 6, 2017 - als
Several Broadneck artists will attend in a annual ALS Artisan Boutique in December.
Now in a 15th year, a ALS Artisan Boutique has lifted over $350,000 and overwhelmed large families.
Liz Sork, a Cape St. Claire artist, will showcase and sell her creations for a 14th year. These embody her flower-themed embellished wineglasses, and this year, a new creation; embellished ornaments.
Sork uses ethanol ink to pattern her epitome ornaments, that resemble ethereal impressionistic watercolors. Her wineglasses etch a lush flower, a la Georgia O’Keefe, so a chairman celebration from them has a knowledge of celebration a nectar of a flower.
Linda Elliot, a artist behind Blue Heron Creations is also a maestro of a show. Elliot creates fused potion cabochons, changed steel components, and Argentium Sterling jewelry. Recently, Linda began to hand-dye and paint silk scarves, that will also be sole during her booth, as will her beeswax candles, that are a formula of her efforts as a beekeeper.
The artists compensate a businessman price to attend in a show, and a increase from these fees are donated to a ALS foundation. In further to a 55 artists charity domestic jewelry, strange children’s wardrobe and accessories, pottery and paintings, a eventuality will embody doorway prizes, raffles, a wordless auction, refreshments, and an coming by Lisa McCue, an illustrator of children’s books, including a children’s’ Corduroy series.
Books will be accessible for signing. If we can't attend though would like to help, donations can be done to a ALS Association and sent to 1221 Buckingham Road, Arnold, MD 21012. For some-more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or revisit www.ALSinfo.org.
The eventuality will be hold Dec. 10 during a Crowne Plaza Annapolis (Formerly a Sheraton Annapolis Hotel), 10 a.m.-5 p.m. The eventuality is giveaway and open to a public.
Maureen Thomas can be reached during email@example.com.