Thursday, June 15, 2017

More unique Fathers Day gifts

Having trouble picking out a gift for the special man, or men in you life? Look no further than The Gift Shop! Our artists have created unique works that you will be happy to give for Fathers Day.

Is your man a "Dog Person"? We have the art of Darleen Urbanek and Winnie Chrzanowski.
Is he a fisherman? We have hand-crafted fishing lures from Ron Cracchiolo.
Does he have a sense of humor? We have a fun mixed media sculpture from Daren Dundee.

Darleen Urbanek (URB) joined our group of artists during Christmas Market 2016, and is now in The Gift Shop. Her sweet animal portraits are a specialty. Here are two of her original dog portraits.

Winnie Chrzanowski (CHRZ) is one of our favorite photographers. Pictured is her "Superior Dog" photo.

Ron Cracciolo (CRAC) carves and paints wooden fishing lures.

Daren Dundee (DUN) always brings us the most imaginative, and clever pieces. Pictured is his "Springtime in the Rockies" sculpture made from found objects.

(Remember, the letters in parentheses after each artist's name show their code. When you see that code on work in The Gift Shop, you will know who created it.)

Come in and choose something special for Fathers Day at The Gift Shop.

Showing now at Anton Art Center:
Self Portrait Show May 30 - June 28. Located in our upstairs Community Gallery, this show exhibits selected works from members of the Mount Clemens Art Association, the Lakeside Palette Club of Saint Clair Shores, and the Warren Tri-County Fine Arts Association

Palette and Brush Club Show   June 13 - August 25 in the main floor galleries, with an opening reception and awards Saturday, June 17 1-3pm. This show features selected artwork by members of the Palette & Brush Club of Southfield : Jan Gongloff, Shirley Gower, Colleen Hilzinger, Deborah K. Marvin, Kristine Olson, Olga T. Pawlowski, Diane L. Radtke, Lisa Richter, Sharyn Scharman, Ev Schwartz, Fran Seikaly, Nancy Slutsky, Rose Marie Starke, Donna Thibodeau, Billie Thompson, and Marcia M. Tournay. Juror Edward Duff.

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