2 Jewelry Making Workshops, July 24 Pop-Up, Student Work


 
ARTIST LINEUP for Saturday, July 24 Pop-Up at GAC
10am-4pm; free admission
 
Penny Feder, printmaking & mixed media
Stephanie Maddalena, glass jewelry
Megan Mayall, GAC Resident Potter
Donna McGee, ceramics
Yvonne Oxley, Komfort Zone Soaps
 
Admission is free and open to the community. Rain or shine.
Next Pop-Up is Aug 7 with eight new artists!

 
Upcoming Adult Summer Classes & Workshops
Wire Knitting Workshop
Saturday, July 24. 10:00am – 4:00pm
 
Explore all the ways to knit wire (there are 7!) . The Viking knit will be the first project; great for knitting chains, bracelets, and much more. Use 14g and 28g wire and a small variety of tools to knit wire flat, in tubular form and freeform. It’s all low-tech and portable.
 
Tuition $180; Members $162
Low Tech Jewelry Making Workshop
Sunday, July 25. 10:00am – 4:00pm
 
This class is about making jewelry using a few tools, which can be done in a small space. Explore cold connections, rivets, wrapping, using tabs, tying and epoxying. No need for a jewelry torch; we’ll attach stones, photos, polymer, paper and more to jewelry or metal objects. We’ll also do some wire working.
 
Tuition $180; Members $162
 

 
The 2021 GAC Student Exhibition includes student work and reflections on how art helped them through the pandemic. Make sure to see the show before it closes on July 31. Check our social media for all the featured works and video tour.
 
Gallery hours are Wednesday-Friday 12-3pm, Saturday 10am-4pm. Gallery entry is free and open to the public.
 
“Art can be meaningful to me by artistic portrayal of critical issues facing life.”
 
– Jane Stanton, ‘Will We Survive”, oil 
Class: Painting classes with Julia Rogoff
 
“I created these cufflinks for the refined gentleman. Made from two kinds of steel, hand forged and folded to create beauty in a material known for its inherent strength and toughness. Coupled with the classic elegance of silver, I believe this represents the balance and nature of a true gentleman.
It would be deprecating to say that art got me through this pandemic. Art has helped me get through life and all its challenges. This last year has just been one more rock on the pile.”
 
– Andrew Geaslin, “Damascus Cufflinks”, Damascus steel and silver
Classes: Forge workshops and Open Forge with Mace Vitale (10+ years)
 
“Art during the pandemic was learning, joy, escapism and human connection – even if only through Zoom!”
 
– Mary Wargo, “Sunset”, watercolor/inktense pencil
Class: Watercolor with Sharon Schmiedel

 
The Shop
 
“Blue color is everlastingly appointed by the deity to be a source of delight” – John Ruskin
 
The Shop is open Wed-Fri, 12-4pm; Saturdays 10am-4pm.

Shop Bishops & The Marketplace and Support GAC
 
There are two ways our local supporters can help GAC during the month of July. Both The Marketplace and Bishops Orchards offer shoppers the chance to “round up” all purchases, with proceeds going to support GAC educational programming.
 
We are so appreciative of the support from our wonderful Shoreline businesses. We encourage you to shop with them this month (and every month!).

 
Thank you to all of our Business Sponsors
 
Prospector Partners · Yale New Haven Health 
Eder Brothers · Page Hardware & Appliance · The Stone Agency
Bailey Scarano · CK Architects · East River Energy · Kebabian’s ·
Ladd Capital Management · Monte Financial Group · Shoreline Financial Advisors ·
William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty