Showing posts with label featuredartist. Show all posts
Showing posts with label featuredartist. Show all posts

Monday, October 10, 2011

Book Signing and Artist Reception at The Flemish House Art Gallery during Art on the EDGE Artisan Trail Event


This coming weekend, during The Art on the EDGE Artisan Trail event, Stephanie Distler and the Flemish House Art Gallery of Johnsonburg, 600 Market Street on the1st floor of the Historic Johnsonburg
Community Center will be participating for the entire weekend's offering a featured artist in the gallery, a book signing plus, local artists in the gallery and out. Friday 3 to 6:30, Saturday 10am to 5pm and then Sunday 11am to 3pm.
*Local author Robert Ford is available on Saturday 1pm to 5pm for a book signing of his new offering Beagle Tales first on Sunbury Press bestseller list for September.
Sunbury Press has released Pastor Bob Ford's humorous and inspirational compilation of stories entitled "Beagle Tales". The book focuses on beagle ownership, rabbit hunting, faith and family. Ford has been attending book signings all over the region and now we have him in his hometown of Johnsonburg where it all started.
from Sunbury Press's website:
Bob Ford has lived all but three years of his life in the hills of Pennsylvania. The three exilic years were spent attending seminary at The Methodist Theological School in Ohio where he lamented the lack of topography that characterizes the central portion of the Buckeye state. He purchased his first beagle for $75 in 1985 with money earned delivering the Erie Sunday Times. This first beagle committed Ford to the company of hounds, and has resulted in a life that has gone to the dogs.

Bob has hunted rabbits and hare throughout the country, ranging from Northern Alabama to the Quebec border, and he is always looking for new places to hunt and new species of rabbits and hare for his hounds to pursue. He is an ordained pastor in the Susquehanna Conference of The United Methodist Church and currently resides in Clearfield County, PA. Ford believes that American-made, double barrel,16 gauge shotguns from the previous century are the best firearms available to the small game hunter, and that few things compare to the sound of a pack of beagles chasing rabbits.
 Artists and events this weekend:
The Flemish House will be featuring Barbara Redmond Kronenwetter's first artshow 'Flights of Fancy'. Kronenwetter's unique perspective is a breath of fresh air that will delight the viewer. Her show will be on display for October and November.
Kronenwetter is a self-taught, self-representing artist from the area. Kronenwetter was a member of Johnsonburg's Gateway Art League, the League was the beginnings of what we now recognize as the Elk County Council on the Arts. Come and join us for her first showing!
Other artists are on display in and out of the gallery during this weekend trail event, refreshments available.
More information can be found at the gallery owners website www.stephaniedistler.com the event is also listed on facebook under The Flemish House Art Gallery!
Come join us in the ART!

Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Coltsfoot


DSC08464, originally uploaded by mossnbeads.

I had to share this with everyone from artist Pat Eckstrom.
She will be in Gallery again over the weekend during Downtown Diva Night as well as the Johnsonburg Area School District's artshow reception on Sunday at 6:30pm.
The Diva Night will include her painting at easel and 2 other women, one with Intuitive drawings and the other with Iridology. The women will have a relaxing time from 6:30-9:30 with libations and Hors d'oeuvres, creating and health.

Monday, April 07, 2008

View slideshow to view a portfolio of Eckstrom's work
Artist Pat Eckstrom
A meet the Artist is being held at The Flemish House Art Gallery
this Saturday 1-3, April 12th
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Come and visit the Gallery and Artist to view a unique mixed media experience of
Rock . Paper . Scissors

Thursday, December 27, 2007

Pat Workman


front of large postcard, originally uploaded by mossnbeads.

Artist at the Flemish House Art Gallery all of January and February with opening reception January 12th, 2008.

back of small postcard

Tuesday, November 13, 2007















Holiday Market & Flemish House Art Gallery Openhouse

At the Historic Johnsonburg Community Center

Saturday, November 17th, 10am-4pm

600 Market Street







Here is the updated list as of today for the artists :

  • Rocky Holland of Kane with his nature photography http://www.eagleeyephoto.net/
  • Chris Bressler of Johnsonburg with hand painted and embellished furnishings
  • Joshua Floyd Pottery from Smicksburg http://www.myspace.com/joshfloydpotterywv
  • Andrea Parrish’s photography framed and smalls http://www.myspace.com/andrea1011
  • Pat Eckstrom’s original paintings, framed paper botanicals & built paper dioramas
  • Shay Payne’s acrylics, creative clay, intuitive drawings
  • Bill Warmbrodt of Northern Exposure regional photography
  • student artists Colton Delong and Cameo Parana with performance art and demos
  • Katie Weidenboerner, Stephanie Distler, David Kuntz, Jack Northrop, Grover Slater, etc. in Gallery & Coffee House http://www.myspace.com/katiewe or http://www.myspace.com/stephaniedistler

    + ANTIQUES ~ Gallery Christmas Openhouse w/ a Meet the Artist ~ Soup Sale to benefit French Club’s Quebec Trip ~ ethnic displays ~ local organization displays ~ live art ~ Christmas tree contest ~ food sales ~ and so much more!!!!

    ****Come for all your Holiday needs from ordering Christmas cookies to that special gift!

    ~Thank-you Domtar for the page ad in The Johnsonburg Press!!!!! It was absolutely wonderful!!
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    Featured Gallery ARTIST: Exhibition by Katie Weidenboerner "Transient Moments"

    [tran- zhuhnt]
    1. Not lasting, enduring, or permanent; transitory.

    2. Lasting only a short time; existing briefly; temporary.

    "Stare, pry, listen, eavesdrop. Die knowing something. You are not here
    long."
    Walker Evans



    *prints available



    ~Weidenboerner will also be in Gallery on 2 other dates listed below.

    -Meet the artist----w/ Holiday Market & and Gallery OPENHOUSE Sat. Nov 17th 10-4
    -Meet the artist---- w/ Visit with Santa and the parade at the Community Center December 1st at 6:30pm
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    *The Gallery also has fiber art, art glass, turned wood bowls, note cards, jewelry, wire art, beading supplies, ornaments, antique and retro buttons, etc. etc
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    The Market then will be a mainstay at the JBG Community Center from 3-5 on Wednesdays on the 1st floor in the Coffee Shop and new gym; dates TBA every 2 months.

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    Here is a description of the exchange students that will be available also with set-ups and talks along with the French Club soup sale:

    The French Club of Johnsonburg Area High School will be conducting a fundraiser at Saturday's event to help with the cost of their trip to Quebec in April 2008. $5 will buy you a bowl of whole grain soup, home made bread, coffee and a dessert, which will really hit the spot on a crisp, fall day. Orders will also be taken for the packaged soups, which are all natural and whole grain. These soups make a perfect addition to any pantry and also a perfect Christmas gift. Plan to have your lunch on Saturday at the Historic Johnsonburg Community Center and help out the French Club, too.

    Two foreign exchange students will be present at the community center on Saturday to talk about their country and culture. Sanja from Montenegro attends Kane Area High School, and Noman from Afghanistan attends Johnsonburg Area High School. Both students are in the United States through the organization American Councils for International Education,whose purpose is to promote international and cultural understanding through one on one exchanges with the youth of each country.
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    This is just the beginning of many wonderful happenings in the future with the The Town, Johnsonburg Community Center and Gallery!


    Thank-you for all of your support!

Saturday, November 03, 2007

Weidenboerner show all ready

Tonight is the reception!
She has worked very hard at making this a memorable event with a slideshow and some interactive aspects along with her socially timed photography. Many are invited and will leave with more than what they came with.
~enjoy

Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Featured Artist at the Flemish House Art Gallery for November/December


vista print back of postcard 3

Featured Artist

Exhibition by Katie Weidenboerner

"Transient Moments" -[tran- zhuhnt]
1. Not lasting, enduring, or permanent; transitory.
2. Lasting only a short time; existing briefly; temporary.


Artist will be available:
-Reception for the show: Saturday, November 3rd, 7pm-9pm
-Meet the artist----w/ Holiday Market & and Gallery OPENHOUSE Sat. Nov 17th 10-4
-Meet the artist---- w/ Visit with Santa and the parade at the Community Center December 1st at 6:30pm and other activities.


"Stare, pry, listen, eavesdrop. Die knowing something. You are not here
long."
Walker Evans


Press Release



JOHNSONBURG – Documentary photographer Walker Evans said, "Stare, pry, listen, eavesdrop. Die knowing something. You are not here long."

This quotation is the foundation of the artist statement for “Transient Moments” – a photography exhibition by Katie Weidenboerner. The show will open Nov. 3 at the Flemish House Art Gallery, Market Street, Johnsonburg.

The artist defines "Transient Moments" as the everyday moments defining: where we are, where we have been, and where we are going.

“As quickly as the world comes into place in that moment, it fades away just as quickly. But for that one frame I have a concise vision, realization, or appreciation of the millisecond I am standing in. I hope my audience can grasp something from it also,” Weidenboerner said. “In a world where the idea of time and its effect on our culture are both ever-changing and ambiguous concepts, my relationship with my camera has been a complex obsession.”

The show consists of: 16 hand-framed photographs which have been created over the last two years; a multimedia slideshow of photographs taken by 25 people answering questions about how they see their community changing; and a multi-sensory piece which recounts a journey to an Irish holy well.

“All of these pieces are works that are ever-growing,” Weidenboerner said. “I get up every morning, think about this idea and my photography and say to myself – I need to do this.”

Each photograph has a tone of documentation of the social climate of this region and the effects national and global topics on this region.

“Latent, dynamic, colorful, gray, abstract, straight, soft, aggressive - your world, as well as these photographs, are what you make them,” Weidenboerner said. “Join me to form, reform, or hold strong these images.”

Weidenboerner, 23, is the daughter of Peter and Lucy Weidenboerner. She is a graduate of Sarah Lawrence College, concentrating in Photography and Women’s Studies.

The artist reception will be held 7 – 9 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 3, and artist meet-ups will be held 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 17 and 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 1.

business card katie



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Flemish House Art Gallery/Studio
600 Market Street
Johnsonburg, Pa. 15845
In the Historic Johnsonburg Community Center on the 1st floor, corner of Bridge and Market Streets off of Rt. 219

Stephanie Distler gallery coordinator• www.stephaniedistler.blogspot.com
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Friday, September 07, 2007

New Featured Artist with other Exhibits

vistaprint front krysta show
vistaprint back krysta show

FLEMISH HOUSE ART GALLERY/STUDIO
and
The Historic Johnsonburg Community Center

Schedule:

September

Artists in Gallery

  • *Featured artist Krysta Fitch, whom is a ’05 JAHS grad, show titled ‘Paint the World Gray… So You Can Imagine Your Own Colors’
  • *Special display of WWll paintings from a German prisoner of war on loan from Lillian Lynch
  • *Also with:
    Colton Delong, Cameo Parana and other Johnsonburg artists past and present.
  • *15th 2-4 and 7-9 Reception for Fitch
  • 22nd, 11-1 meet the artist during Alumni Weekend (same time frame as ‘A Celebration Brunch’ for Alumni & friends)
  • *A History through Quilting- showcasing local fiber artists through the past and present 2nd floor Johnsonburg Community Center
  • *JBG Historical Museum is open!!! 2nd floor JCC
    Johnsonburg Community Center
  • *Art Café/Internet Café open with refreshments and displays from the town’s history 1st floor
  • Farmer’s Market every Wed. 2-4:30 in the JBG Municipal Parking Lot Rt. 219 call for details dates left—Sept 5, 12, 19 & 26 then Oct 3, 10 & 17
  • Tours of the Historic Johnsonburg Community Center during Alumni Weekend Brunch on the 22nd
  • A Celebration Brunch’ for Johnsonburg Alumni & Friends, Saturday, 22nd 11-1 in the JBG Community Center

    *All during the Autumn Harvest Festival

Saturday, August 25, 2007

1st ANNUAL AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST

Apple vignette
Attention All Shutterbugs
Northern Exposure Photography and Custom Framing will be hosting an Amateur Photography Contest during the Annual Autumn Harvest Festival Market Street Johnsonburg , September 15, 2007.

Participation will be limited to Elk county residents.There will be three categories to enter in:

1.) " No place like home" : the 'Burg .
2.) Scenery( landscapes, seascapes, vistas) ,
3.) Nature( flowers,animal, trees, birds).
There will be three entry levels: 1-6 grades , 7-12 grades , including 2007 graduating seniors, and adults of all ages.

The winners of each category will be displayed at Northern Exposure in Milliard Antiques Store 521 Market St. in Johnsonburg.
A People's Choice vote will take place separately on the day of the Festival with the all the entrants photos at Northern Exposure in Milliard Antiques.

*Stop in at Northern Exposure for any questions or help!

Northern Exposure Photography photo contest rules

1) Enjoy photography.
2) Only non-professional photographers are eligible to enter the contest.
Photographers earning less than $500.00 are welcome . Northern Exposure
has final judgment on all other cases .
3) Shutterbugs must reside in Elk county, Pennsylvania.
4) No more than (1) photo per category per person .
5) All photos must be matted or framed in some way to allow to be hung for display.
6) Each entry must have identification on the back of each photo with : name , address, phone, category, & age group .

Photos can be dropped off at Northern Exposure in the Milliard antiques store ,
starting September 8th, 2007 then the photos will be judged on Friday, September 14th.

*Last minute entries please be at Northern Exposure no later than 10:00 am Friday the 14th to allow ample time for preparation.

Any matted or framed photo up to 16 x 20 is eligible.

If anyone needs help with a project call 965-5735 or stop in to the store .

Have fun!!!!

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