Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Sudbury has a New Art Studio!

Don't miss the Halloween Event on Sat., Oct. 18. Read on for details!

Local husband and wife team, artists Kim Poler and Marc Albanese, proudy present BEEHIVE ART gallery and art studio for classes, workshops and parties.

Located at 339 Boston Post Road in the Country Living building, its bay window looks right onto Route 20, just a couple buildings down from the Mill Village retail complex.

They've created an open spaced, visually exciting and stimulating setting where artists and budding artists can come and be exposed an ever-evolving variety of materials, techniques and projects. Their objective is to inspire with and to share their love and passion for the creative process of making art.

Art Classes for children ages 2 to teens and for adults start October 20.

The studio will be open to the public with an OPEN HOUSE Ooctober 11-17,
Saturday & Sunday 11 a.m. - 4 p.m., Monday to Friday 9 - 11 a.m. & 4 - 6 p.m.
All are welcome to bring friends and the kids to see what the buzz is about! There will be free, hands-on activity stations set up and the staff will be available to meet, greet and chat art.

A variety of workshops and events are scheduled throughout the holidays starting with...

Saturday, October 18 3-5:30pm.
This features painting festive trick or treat bags, decoupaging jolly jack-o- lanterns, spinning glittery ghost or bat garlands, spook-tacular snacks and the artistry of ghost storyteller KEVIN MAHONEY.


Nancy said...

You should double check your facts. I just went to the Web site and the Oct 18 event cost $35 per child.
Who can afford that in this economy --- especially with three children.

Anonymous said...

I stopped by this amazing studio with my kids this week and anyone(kids or adults) who is interested in a workshop or class is in for a real treat. There is something very special about beehive art, it's worth checking out.