Thursday, February 11, 2010

Ongoing Certified Bob Ross Instruction in Daytona Beach

Welcome to the Art Consortium's newest member Daytona area fine artist Daniel Fisher who specializes in painting, crafts, sculpture and painting instruction. Daniel was our star fund raiser last Friday in helping us to raise money for the American Heart Association. Daniel is a certified Bob Ross instructor who currently offers classes out of his home studio in Holly Hiil and whose work is on display every weekend and durintg special event weeks at the Daytona Beach Flea Market in booth P126 .

If you are interested in learning to paint with Daniel he offers weekly classes from 9 a.m. -2 p.m. Tuesdays and Wednesday with class size no larger than 3 people. These classes are $50 each an include all materials. Students go home with a finished painting. Daniel will also travel to teach classes for groups of 4-5 people on Thursdays. Contact Daniel by phone for more information or to register: (386) 295-1698

Photo from Daniel Fisher's booth at the First Friday Art Walk in Daytona Beach.

Water Color Workshop March 6th


Pioneer Settlement

For the Creative Arts, Inc.

386-749-2959

(Located one block west of HWY 17 on SR 40 in Barberville, FL)

www.pioneersettlement.org

Presents

Painting with Watercolor on Canvas

Workshop by Pat Spano

Learn the basic techniques of painting with watercolor on canvas. In this creative medium, Pat will teach you how to concentrate on water and paint ratios specific to painting on canvas, and the addition of detail over washes.

All levels of ability invited!

You will love the results!


Saturday, March 6, 2010

9:00-12:00

Advance registration always appreciated.

Register by phone (386-749-2959) or in person at the settlement.

$20 includes fee for entry to the Pioneer settlement plus $6 for class materials.


Artwork by Pat Spano painted from a picture she took on her trip to Scotland.

Sunday, February 7, 2010

First Friday Favorites


Thanks to all the artists and shoppers who came out Friday night on Beach street. We all had our fill of chocolate and helped raise money for the American Heart Association while we were there. The weather was nice until about 4 when it started raining lightly. Hopefully there will be clear skies for March. We couldn't complain about the nice rainbow after the rain cleared though.

Here are some of pictures of my favorites from the Artist who were showing:

Chris Crowley's Alligator Foot

Triple Stranded Lava Necklace by Anne Nguyen


See you next month Friday March 5th on Beach Street.

Friday, February 5, 2010

First Friday is Here! See you all soon!


Everything Chocolate & A "Go Red for Women" local event starts today at 12 p.m. in Downtown Daytona Beach and runs until 8 p.m.

Wear red to the First Friday event in Downtown Daytona Beach.

Visit local, downtown shops & restaurants to learn more about what the "go red for women" movement is all about.

Everything Chocolate!

Local downtown shops & restaurants are offering the following treats from 12 noon to close:

Bay Street Seafood - Chocolate Candy

Southern Home Furniture - Chocolate Candy

Hound Dogs - Hot Chocolate & Cookies

Nicole's Beach Street Mall

Beach Street Impressions - Chocolate treat

Atlantic Sounds - Chocolate Candy

Stacey Lipton Interiors - Key Lime Raspberry Jalepeno Jelly & Crackers

Bill Green Jewelers - Chocolate Treat

Jessup's of Daytona - Glass of wine & chocolate biscotti

Ritzi & Co. Jewelers - Chocolate Valentine's Cake

Salon 230 Spa Above - Cookies

Ivey Lane Bistro - Chocolate covered fruit

Davidson Brothers Citrus - Orange Brownies


Valentine's Day Specials!


Valentines' Day Sales all throughout the Downtown all Day!

Local Art!

Art Consortium of Volusia County

Dislpays of artwork & live workshops near 216 S. Beach Street

Live Music & High Tea!

Featuring Sybil Gage
at Ivy Lane Bistro
246 S. Beach Street

from 1:30 pm to 3:00 pm

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Join us for First Friday in Daytona Beach from 12 -8 p.m.



First Friday is just around the corner. We will be setting up early this Friday at our usual location right next to McK's on the 200 block of South Beach street from 12 - 8 p.m February 5th.

The following artists and crafters from the Art Consortium will be participating. Stop by to say hi, shop for Valentine treasures, and have some chocolates.

~Cory Trusty AquarianBath.com
~Sarah Barnaby of Sarah's Art Classics
~Pottery by Mehg
~Buddy Hatcher
~Chris Crowley (after 4 p.m)
~Kim Seamans Anenome Seas (hand crafted jewelry and wine glass charms)
~Anne Nguyen (hand crafted jewelry after 3 p.m.)