Art Gets Gritty in the City: Group Show and Sale Sunday, November 16th

Featuring artists: e. aberg, b. smith, n. spotts, b. vrtunski, l. powers, c. weinstein, m.c. nagel, a. brown, with Kettle bell demo by Jude Howe and live jazz guitar by Mark Kleinhaut plus wine & light appetizers

Event Date: November 16, 2008, Sunday

Time: 2-6pm

Place: The Old Lake Erie Screw Factory, SW Entrance, Bramley and Clarence Ave., Lakewood, OH

Info: 440-452-6577

Times are tough, but “ART GETS GRITTY IN THE CITY “ Remaining upbeat, a group of artists is pushing onward with their show scheduled for November 16, Sunday, 2-6pm, former Lakewood Screw Factory, S. W. entrance off Bramley, 2nd floor, Nagel Studio

Planned as an afternoon for the senses, artists will be presenting in porcelain, stoneware, earthenware, oil & acrylic on canvas, and fiber. Work shown will range from small ceramics, jewelry & fantasy animals up to table sculptures. Artists are seeking public reaction to recent works, as well an opportunity to sell.

Exhibitors are shooting for a high “coolness” factor with live music and fitness demonstrations, wine and appetizers. Attendees will find experiencing art in a factory setting as “a whole other world” they didn’t know about. Jazz guitarist and composer Mark Kleinhaut, who recently performed at Blossom with the Cleveland Orchestra, will treat show goers to an intimate performance. Jude Howe, certified Russian kettle bells trainer will also give fitness demonstrations on the latest and hottest fitness tools.

Contact: Margaret Nagel, artist, email pergardes@hotmail.com, 440-333-8308 home, 440-452-6577 cell.

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