Lots to report from Fabulon
I truly do feel lucky to work and teach in the space of Fabulon. Being surrounded by the artwork is so inspirational. We are working on an open studio policy coming soon so others can have the same experience. Artists of all levels can come to Fabulon to work together. There will be certain times dedicated just to watercolorist and times for other mediums. Bring your own supplies and inspire each other.
If you prefer more instruction, we will also have specific days dedicated to a certain element or principle. Maybe these are your trouble spots or hurdles in a project. There will be a short exercise then time to use that new experience or insight on your own project. There will be a nominal fee but requires no registration or reservation.
Registrations for our next session of classes are being posted on the website. And look for an ad in West Of this week, too. Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain, Encaustic workshop, Chalk Painted Furniture, Artistic Endeavors for Kids, all starting soon.
Please check out this article in City Paper. http://www.charlestoncitypaper.com/charleston/at-west-ashleys-fabulon-susan-irish-creates-a-space-for-artists-andmdash-and-herself/Content?oid=5681598
Thanks to Connolly for the kind words and to Jonathan for making me smile. The article talks about our next show Not Your Typical Love Story and the reception February 12 from 5-8:30. Hope you can make it.
Our Garden Party show of Julia Deckman’s large scale florals was a delightful way to spend a chilly evening. The show runs until the end of January and speaks of spring’s promise. If you couldn’t make the opening, stop by and be amazed.