Posts Tagged ‘art’

Take Home a Memory of Cape Cod

February 3, 2014

Art Bars are becoming quite the rage – especially here on Cape Cod.  Whether you enjoy one of the smaller events held at a local restaurant (The British Beer Company in Falmouth has held a few Art Parties) or you head to a workshop held at one of the many art studios and centers on Cape Cod, it’s a great way to spend time with friends or loved ones and go home with more than just a memory!

The Cape Cod Art Bar, located in the Mashpee Commons, is a really fun place that offers classes, private events, and just a really good time.

They offer a calendar of events and you simply select which event you want to attend.  Once you select, you and your friends sign up either online or via phone.  They allow you to BYOB so if you would like to bring some wine or a tasty beverage, you are more than welcome to do so!

After you get there, they supply you with all the supplies and you just paint!

It’s a great way to spend time together and go home with more than just a memory of your time together.  You end up taking home a beautiful unique painting that you made yourself!

Next time you are visiting us, check out their schedule and enjoy a fun night out!

YARMOUTH SPRING POTTERY MARKET

March 14, 2013

March 16 & 17

Cultural Center of Cape Cod, 307 Old Main St., South Yarmouth
508-394-7100

Website: www.cultural-center.org

Saturday: 10a.m. – 5p.m., Sunday: 12p.m. – 4p.m.

Come join us for a show and sale of pottery from some of the finest potters on Cape Cod.

WOVEN EXPLORATIONS: A LANDSCAPE DESIGNER WEAVES TAPESTRIES WITH PLANTS

May 4, 2012

May 4 – 11 (April 16-July 8)

Green Briar Nature Center, 6 Discovery Hill Rd, East Sandwich

508-888-6870

Website: www.thorntonburgess.org

Monday – Saturday 10a.m. – 4p.m., Sunday 1p.m. – 4p.m.

This exhibit featuring the creative artistry of Shannon Goheen of Dennis Port, opens on April 16th at the Green Briar Nature Center.  A landscape designer and gardener by trade, Ms. Goheen became hooked on weaving with plants from oak saplings to the fiery stems of red twig dogwood, wave-tossed seaweed, pond grasses, native plants and thorny vines to gossamer strands of wetland plants.  She states, “It takes a lot of pondering before I’ll actually collect the items I am going to weave together because they usually have to be woven fresh.”  Her imaginative creations result in unique works of art. The public is cordially invited to a Meet the Artist Reception on Sunday, April 29 from 1pm to 3pm. The exhibit runs through July 8th and may be viewed Monday through Saturday from 10am to 4pm and Sundays from 1pm to 4pm.