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Happy to have David Flege’s vibrant works as part of our “On The Town” group exhibit!

For information about our event please visit:https://www.facebook.com/events/250691125363174/
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Partners In Art, founder of Mt Adams Art Walk, is so happy to be a part of collaborating artists for AYDesign Gallery's exciting group art exhibit, "On The Town." It's on Friday, 6pm-10pm, 03/17/17. Explore the vibrant pop art of David Flege [below], and six other featured arists there celebrating the theme that night, We look forward to seeing you there!

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Donna Talerico's works are a must see - be sure to visit them in person!

For information about our event please visit:On The Town Opening Reception
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Come check out AYDesign Gallery's dynamic group art exhibit, "On The Town", on Friday 6pm-10pm, 03/17/17. Partners In Art, founder of Mt Adams Art Walk, is proud to be a part of collaborating the fantastic artists! ... Here's a sample of Donna Talerico's always exciting pieces, who will be one of six featured arists there celebrating the theme that night.

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Looking forward to seeing you at our Opening Reception for "On The Town" tomorrow night (3/17, 6-10p)! ...

On The Town Opening Reception

March 17, 2017, 6:00pm - March 17, 2017, 9:00pm

Join us for our opening reception of "On The Town", March 17th, 2017 from 6-10pm, at AYDesign – Art On Vine® Who doesn’t enjoy a night out on the town, exploring venues old and new, music, and all that the city has to offer, taking in those special moments that generate memories for years to come! “On The Town” is a group exhibit featuring artistic works inspired by the spirited pursuit of the entertainment offered by a town or city. Show Runs: March 17th-April 8th, 2017 Opening Reception: March 17th, 2017 (6-10pm)

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Throwback Thursday! Here is a rare picture from 2015, of Artist Amy Yosmali while painting “Chiang Mai”, a piece inspired by the natural beauty, architecture and people during her visit to the city of Chiang Mai, Thailand.

Amy likes to paint horizontally, and from all directions on the canvas. When she works at her table in her studio, she will rotate the painting as she is working on it. For large scale works such as this, Amy will typically set up a drop cloth in the gallery space (where there is room to move and work) in which to lay the canvas on, and then will work on the floor, stretching and moving around the canvas as she expresses herself creatively.

To learn more about the painting “Chaing Mai” and the inspiration for it, please visit: aydzn.com/2015/02/chiang-mai/

To see this painting, and her latest works in person, be sure to visit our Opening Reception for “On The Town” this Friday (3/17) from 6-10pm, to see some of her latest works! www.facebook.com/events/250691125363174/
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