General News · 13th July 2019
A packed house, sweet libations, fantastic entertainment and talented, multifaceted women opened the art show party at the Old Schoolhouse Gallery this Friday the 12th. Risa Salsberg, Glenna Foerster and Gem Salsberg exhibited their creations with the whimsical title of “Where the Petals Drift”
The artists works included pen and ink, watercolour, clay, acrylics, photography, installation, flower arranging and collected materials. Outside, petals led you up to the Gallery and inside, the floor was ringed with petals. Ruby and Smith, halfway through the evening, sung and played to the appreciative audience.
Congratulations to Risa, Glenna, and Gem for presenting your creations in a fun social manner and opening the Gallery to the wide variety of patrons that seemed to want to stay and enjoy art and each other.
This show continues Saturday and Sunday, 2 - 6 PM.
Friday July 19th, 6 to 9 PM, Saturday and Sunday, July 20, 21, 2 to 6 PM.
Specific info about Friday:
July 19th at 7:00pm - BOOK READING of “She Wears the Sea” by author Gem Salsberg with illustrations by Risa Salsberg. It’s a story about the quiet parts of being human that everyone experiences, yet rarely have words to speak about.
Full write-up about Friday:
Let me read you a story... "As the Petals Drift" special Friday event ~ July 19th at 7:00 pm BOOK READING of “She Wears the Sea” by author Gem Salsberg with illustrations by Risa Salsberg. It’s a story about the quiet parts of being human that everyone experiences, yet rarely have words to speak about.
6 – 7 pm - Michael Keith offers mystical soothing melodies on a three-string guitar
Art exhibition on view with works by Risa Salsberg, Glenna Foerster and Gem Salsberg.
Works are in pen & ink, watercolour, clay, acrylics, pencil, photography, installation, flower arranging & collected materials.
Gallery Hours - Fridays 6 - 9 pm
Saturday & Sunday 2 - 6 pm
Location: Old Schoolhouse Gallery, 1450 Carrington Bay Rd
Glenna, Gem, Risa
Works by Risa Salsberg
Photo by Gem Salsberg
Small figurines by Glenna Foerster
well done ladys, keep making art.
Comment by mike malek on 13th July 2019