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Fiber show at Art on Boston
The contemporary fi ber art of the Mavericks, a Nov. 10, where students create a doll made with fabric,
chapter of the Arizona Quilters Guild, will include wall paints, embellishments, and more. Cost is $70 with a
quilts, cloth dolls and wearable art through Nov. 25 supply list of found objects.
at Art on Boston, a contemporary gallery in historic Wendy Fallon teaches “Mixed Media Class:
downtown Chandler. A reception for the artists, which Watercolor, Color Pencil & Ink” from 2:30-5:30 p.m.
is free and open to the public, will be held from 7 to 9 Sun, Nov. 18 and again on Dec. 2. Attendees will learn
p.m. Sat., Nov. 10. basic watercolor application techniques and how to
“Members of the Mavericks are always experiment- embellish with color pencil and ink to create small
ing with various fi bers and mixed media, and are works of art suitable for framing and for holiday cards.
exceptional at creating innovative and amazing pieces The class is $45 plus $10 materials fee.
of art,” co-owner Laurie Fagen says. “Creative Adventures in Fiber” continues with Judy
Fiber artists who will have work on exhibit and for Berry and Evelyn Link, as they’ll teach “Fun with
sale will include Judy Berry, Claire Gimber, Nancy Bleach Discharge” from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thu., Nov 8.
Green, Marla Hattabaugh, Rosaland Hannibal, Boni Each class is $40 plus a $15 materials fee, or students
Howard, Margit Kagerer, Evelyn Link, Linda McCurry, can pay $180 for six months.
Mary Poindexter, Loraine Sample, Mary Ann Sell, Glen A call to artists is open for “Small Gifts of Art” for
Taylor, Susan Vassallo, Barb Wills and Laurie Fagen.
the holiday shopping season. To be considered, artists
Special fi ber vessels and the wearable art of Terry
DOLLED UP: Chandler fi ber artist Mary Poindexter’s cloth dolls are
on display and for sale at Art on Boston Gallery.
are asked to email Info@ArtOnBoston.com
Neal and Michele Sbraga of Elusive Designs will also Gifts of Art in the subject line for more information.
Miller, along with the Naked Raku ceramicist Lisa
Art on Boston is located at 11 W. Boston St., Suite
Art on Boston welcomes Kaye Jolie, who recently
Harnish, metal sculptor Kevin Caron and the work
1, next to Kokopelli Winery in historic downtown
moved to Chandler from North Carolina, as an in-studio
of Art on Boston co-owners Wendy Fallon, a mixed
Chandler. Visit www.ArtOnBoston.com
artist. Jolie paints oil portraitures and murals.
media artist and fi ber artist Laurie Fagen.
480-917-1112 for information.
The Main Gallery “Celebration” exhibit continues
New classes starting at Art on Boston include Cloth
with the contemporary mixed media work of Macrina
Doll Making by Mary Poindexter from 1 to 4 p.m. Sat.,
Phoenix Boys Choir marks 60 years
A special concert series running through March of around the Southwest, at Chaparral Christian Church commissioned piece by Native American fl utist R.
2009 celebrates the Grammy Award-winning Phoenix in Scottsdale. Carlos Nakai and renowned composer James DeMars.
Boys Choir’s 60th season. March 28, 2008: Showcase Concert featuring the Nakai performs the piece with the choir at this special
Included in the series are the following Phoenix Boys Choir’s three youngest choirs at the performance.
performances: Chaparral Christian Church in Scottsdale. Tickets for the concerts range from $15 to $25.
Dec. 7 through 22: A Ceremony of Carols, venues May 4, 2008: All fi ve choirs (Men, Tour, Town, Cadet Tickets for the Showcase Concert are $10 each. Visit
Valleywide. and Training) perform Favorites from 60 Years at the www.boyschoir.org
to purchase tickets or for details.
Feb. 16, 2008: A Festival of Friends, traditional Orpheum Theatre in Phoenix.
classics concert featuring several boys’ choirs from February 2009: The world premiere of a choir-
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