PRLog - Aug. 8, 2014 - MIDDLETOWN, Md. -- Artists come together each year to re-create an event barn on the oldest organic farm in Maryland and make it a gallery space. Two of the three stories of this Amish built barn are filled with fine arts: Sculptures and drawings by Homer Yost, Scratchboards and fiber arts by Marilu Tousignaut, Linda Harrison-Parsons will have oils, pastels and her handmade paper books. Sarah Simpson and Tracy Tousignaut Reed are the local photographers. New this year Lisa LeMair and Christopher Proto of LeMair Handcrafts will be joining the family of Fine Arts in the Valley. Christopher creates beautiful functional pottery. Lisa will have her wire jewelry on display. There are many small items just prefect for those holiday gifts.
Eric & Lori Rice, owners of Country Pleasures Farm & Orchard will be around to talk about their farm and their products. They will have organic apples, jams and other items for sale during the show. Come find out what a "belty" is, see some chickens, ducks, or catch a glimpse of the mated pair of eagles that live along the creek.
The artist will be doing demonstrations, talking about their work, what inspires them and the process they use to create. Many of these works are inspired by nature, making this setting the prefect blend. Take a drive this fall down an old country road, enjoy the vista, views of the valley from the events barn housing the Fine Arts in the Valley show.
The show opens with an eveing reception October 17th from 5:00 - 8:00 pm. Day time hours are October 18-19th and October 25-26th, 2014 from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm. Come enjoy the day with us, see the views, wildlife and amazing artwork.This event is free and open to the public, a family friendly event.
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