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UP FOCUS EXHIBITION: Bernie Park & Carol Irving

January 17 – March 29, 2020

ARTIST TALK & RECEPTION:

Friday January 17, at 6pm
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Oil Painting with Bernie Park

Friday March 20, at 1pm

Join Bernie Park for a free, two-hour landscape painting workshop. Participants should bring a rectangular landscape image for reference. Supplies will be provided. If you have brushes you prefer to work with, please bring them.

Weaving Workshop with Carol Irving

Friday April 3, at 1pm

Join Carol Irving for a free weaving workshop. Materials for the workshop will be provided. However, participants will be encouraged to bring small treasures from nature or embellishments to give their weaving a personal touch. We will work on a 6"x6" painted canvas loom that we will warp and weave in class.



WORKSHOPS:

Free workshops! Sign-up required. Workshop sign-up will be announced in early March via the Museum's email list. Thank you to the MCACA for programming support!
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ABOUT THE SHOW:

UP Focus is an ongoing exhibition series that highlights artists who are from, living in, or heavily influenced by the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Bernie Park lives and works in Marquette County. Park’s oil paintings investigate the spirit of place and demonstrate a quiet adoration for the Upper Peninsula landscape. Carol Irving lives and weaves in Escanaba Michigan. Irving’s series A Weaver’s Journal of Endangered Wildflowers draws attention to Michigan's wildflowers and what we are in danger of losing.

This exhibition is generously sponsored by The Michigan Council for the Arts & Cultural Affairs.
Thank You!