....as you can see from the vignettes here, But we've got lots more on our calendar.
Old Folks Got Talent (2019) is completed Next comes Summer Reception, Showcase, Festival of Wreaths, and Gallery of Gifts.
Our Judges selected Shelby Clendaniel, Ira "Bo" Nelson, and Cynthia Adams McGrath as the competition winners. This was NOT an easy job.
Here's Mark Faber at the piano playing his own compositions. His talent truly is awesome. And to think that his profession is in the medical field.
Will Dennehy is a Writer of Tales in addition to being a painter, sailor, photographer, architect. This is clearly a man with many diverse talents.
Tom Gerni brought a couple of instruments. This one was unique in that he played it while it sat on his lap--it's a Dulcimer. Tom is expert at many things including writing lyrics.
Jeanie Holtz and Evan Hillebrand like the challenge of playing their very different instruments together. The piano and clarinet combination makes for a great sound.
Bruce Patrick McWilliams is the master of segues, has engaging humor, and possesses great timing. Plus....he seems to know EVERYONE!
,...the opportunity to produce Summer Reception, Showcase, Pleasant Day Festival of Wreaths, and Gallery of Gifts. Whew!!
Tracey (in black) and Tammy Lyndee, who own and operate Maiden Maryland, a new Cambridge business, came to talk with us in April, 2019. They love local, original art. So they have come to the right place.
Surprise! The Easter Bunny brought a basket of candy here in mid-April, 2019. Don't tell anyone but we think there's a good possibility that this is Jean DelSordo. Thanks for the treat, Bunny.
In April, some of us went to Work Horse Farm to photograph the exotic rescued animals. Here is Wendy, excited and a little surprised to be so close to a camel. What a great place this is.
Susan Dickinson is one of our members. She's a pointilist and does very unconventional pieces--beautiful and creative. Here in January, she told us a lot about her background and what stirs her creative juices..
Mary Handley visited with us in January. She started by showing us her husband's art and his own prepared glazes. She represents Delmarva Community Services and told us about their facilities and services for disabled and non-disabled.
Here in the new year, we are back exhibiting at the window of William T. Hunt Insurance at 436 Race Street, Cambridge MD. Here you see the work of Shawn Leffler, Sue Lester, Wendy Rue, Pam Decraecke and Shelby Clendaniel.'
Jill Jasuta and Jim Duffy, photographer and writer, were our guests February. They run a book business called Secrets of the Eastern Shore. The genesis and development of this thriving business is fascinating.
Lori Uncapher did a great job of telling us why we should be interested in learning about Instagram. The idea is to get followers who are, or should be, interested in what you do. Her personal professional success is an inspiration to us all. It all happened in early March.
Our roundtable discussion on Creativity here in March, produced some interesting ideas. There are lots of techniques and maybe several of them are just what you need to get past those doldrums that sometime happen.
Brandon Hesson, Associate Director of the Economic and Development Division of the City of Cambridge, visited in March to talk about the Arts and Entertainment District--what it's about, changes proposed, and meetings coming up.
Dave Ryan, Editor of the Banner, came to see us in March of 2019 to tell us about the fascinating background that he brings to our hometown newspaper. We learned about the process and got some great tips for submitting articles.
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