October 25, 2014 -- Grand Reopening Party!
With our move complete and gallery operations back to normal, we turn our attention to FUN. Join us on this special night from 5-8pm for good food, conversations and art.
June 21, 2014 -- Sip and Create
On Saturday, June 21, MSG will host a Sip and event event with a painting and landscape discussion/demo by Dave Gibbons and Joanna McCoy. You bring the bottle, we provide the rest!
Letís paint, listen to music, nibble a bit and sip some wine. NO experience necessary. Beginners and up are welcome. We provide the materials and we guarantee the fun! You will paint an acrylic landscape with step by step instruction, AND leave with a finished painting.
There is limited participation, so call or email right away! This event will be held at MSG from 1-4pm. Cost is $35 per person to defray the cost of materials. To register call Kathy at 240-678-0480, or send an email to email@example.com.
A grand time was had by all. Take a look for yourself and plan to join our next Sip and Create:
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April 16, 2014 -- Notecard Session
Hey, have you collected your free notecard yet? No, well hustle on down to MSG and get yourself one. Artists from the Main Street Gallery meet to create custom notecards using their various skills to put a unique "spin" on each card. Here are some of their creation:
January 11, 2014 -- Book Art Workshop
On Saturday, January 11, from 10AM to 2PM, the Main Street Gallery offered its' first ever workshop on making art books. The workshop was led by four very talented book artists from the Salisbury Book Artists Group in Salisbury, Maryland. Participants learned about the history of the book as art and then got to try their hand at making a variety of art books. The four hour session flew by quickly. Tthe eleven participants, who paid $45 to join the workshop had a great time and learned a skill they can incorporate into their own artwor. Read the flyer for more details abou the event and check out the Salisbury Book Artists contributions to the Small Works Exhibit that was held in 2013.