Saturday, September 26, 2009
This coming Sunday will see historic High Street in Cambridge full of artists and shoppers at the Dorchester Center For the Arts juried arts and crafts show - Showcase. The show runs from noon until 5 p.m. with hundreds of participants.
The Wednesday Morning Artists will be on the street offering art by several of its members including Pat Hayes, Debbie Haynes, Anne Albuery Hock, Marilyn Stone, Marilyn Benton and others.
The WMA will also sponsor an art drawing of a set of handcrafted sterling silver jewelry from Pat Hayes and a painted screen door (as seen in Baltimore) by Debbie Haynes. Drawing will be at 4 pm and the first ticket drawn will give the owner first choice of the screen door or jewelry.
I will be offering my books: The first three novels in the Chesapeake Heritage series and Runaway Hearts. In addition, I will offer 75 grab bags which hold handmade necklaces valued to $25. These grab bags go well and often suit the new owner perfectly. One third of all my sales and all of the income from the drawing will go to the Cambridge Mural Project which still lacks a considerable amount of funding to pay off the costs of this enormous project. If you have not yet seen the mural at Cannery Way off Race Street, do stop by to see a pictoral history of Cambridge done by local artists.
It is going to be a great day, so keep on the sunny side! Terry
Terry L White -Author of the Chesapeake Heritage Series
"Travel Through Time With Terry"