The Guild of Harwich Artists will unveil the Mystery Painting Puzzle at 4:30 pm, Saturday June 29th at the Harwich Chamber of Commerce Welcome Center in Harwich Port.
11AM, Saturday, June 29, 2019 at the Nickerson Family Association Campus, 1107 Orleans Road (Route 28), North Chatham.
Journey to the wonderfully colorful and vibrant NFA Campus, home of “Nickerson House” and the c.1829 Caleb Nickerson Homestead with your paints, brushes, easels, canvas and paper and let your creative juices flow with images of: – Sonny Gada’s Floral Arrangements – Historic Architecture of the c.1829 Caleb Nickerson Homestead – Colonial Dooryard Gardens & Raised Garden Beds – A Shingled Bow-Roof Cape-Style House – Bushes, Trees, Flowering Shrubs, set among Brick Walks, a Pea Stone Drive, Picket Fence, Colonial Lanterns and the Lush Green Grass – And Old Glory Flying Proudly.
The images abound and they await your capture!
For more information, contact Debra Lawless, Executive Director at: DebraNFA@outlook.com or at 508-945-6086.
The Guild of Harwich Artists is celebrating our 40th year with numerous art shows, public events and member engagements. Membership in the 80-person Guild is now open to all residents and taxpayers in Barnstable County. For more information and membership application, visit www.guildofharwichartists.org.
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