Color Me Beautiful.
by Miriam Schulman.
|Spencer Stroll, original watercolor|
Scarsdale Art Association’s Annual Outdoor Art Show and Sale will be held on Saturday, Sept. 17, from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. and Sunday, Sept. 18, from 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
The work of many local artists will be on display and available for sale in Chase Park. Chase Park is located at the intersection of Chase Road and Woodland Place across the street from the post office and Bank of America. The park is a well-kept open space in the Village center. There is a red-bricked patio terrace and several picnic tables and park benches spread sporadically around the park. It is a quaint spot for a picnic and a stroll, or to do some light reading and nature sketching.
This year I will be xeroxing line drawings of Scarsdale scenes and also fashion illustrations from the Alexander McQueen exhibit. Coloring tables will be set up in the park so that children can color while their parents browse for art.
In addition to fabulous new watercolor on canvas of imaginative bug paintings, I will have Scarsdale scenes available as fine art prints, note cards and a limited selection of originals ( so get there early for best selection!)
|Special Edition Note Cards|
0 thoughts on “Coloring Pages for Kids at Scarsdale Art Association Show!”
I hope there will be a lot of upcoming art activities for kids to enhance their talent, to explore more about colors out of their skills.
The coloring pages have found a new home at the Parkway Cafe for kids to color while waiting for their pancakes and burgers.
Lovely stuffs. Great work.
What am I doing this weekend? Always something artful. This time gallery hopping in Hyannis. Will miss the Scarsdale show 🙁
sounds like a lot of fun!