On November 6, 2015 Spark teamed up with the McClain Varsity Cheerleader Boosters for an evening of Wine & Canvas. A near capacity crowd appeared and enjoyed each other’s company while painting their version of Gustav Klimt’s classic Tree of Life. The proceeds were shared by both Spark and the Boosters and both groups want to express their appreciation for the support our area community continues to display.
Sprark’s next event will be an Open Studio and free Children’s Christmas Decoration Workshop on Saturday, December 5, noon till 4:00 pm at 251 Jefferson.
Young and old are welcome to stop by and take part. Children will be provided with materials and instructions on making unique decorations to both take home and to help decorate Spark’s Christmas Tree.
A nice selection of beverages and sweet treats will also be available.
Spark will be holding another of its popular open studio events. Several of our members will be working on their creations and the general public is invited to stop by, observe, or even pick up a carving knife or paint brush and try their hand at being creative.
For $10 you can buy a stretched canvas and paint a picture using our paints and brushes. A chance to explore your inner creativity and maybe leave with a genuine masterpiece.
We’ll have a pot of coffee ready and because we’re starving artist, maybe a bag of cheap cookies.
The event is free but a few shekles in the donation jar wouldn’t hurt our feelings.
Date is Saturday, May 2, 11:00 am – 3:00 pm. Bring the kids!
Spark Creative Artspace now has its own artspace at 251 Jefferson Street in Greenfield. Slowly things are coming together and with the effort of Lindsey Buck the storefront is attracting attention and advertising the spirit of what Spark is all about, imagine, gather, create, learn, community, and so much more.
Spark’s paint and canvas events have become very popular and people continue to ask when we are having another. Well, the next such event will be held in Washington Court House on Thursday, August 14 for the benefit of the Fayette Humane Society. Seats are limited to 60 and the cost is $45 a person. Complete details and a registration form can be had by clicking on the thumbnail flier below. Your attendance is sure to bring you joy and you’ll feel even better knowing you’re supporting two great causes.
Spark Creative Artspace teamed with the Fayette County Memorial Hospital Foundation on May 22, 2014 to present an evening of fun and art instruction at the FCMH site in Washington Court House, Ohio. The event, Painting with a Purpose, drew nearly fifty area residents who participated and joyously completed their interpretation of Gustav Klimt’s 1905 classic, Tree of Life. Cost of the evening, a $40 donation, included a selection of non-alcoholic spritzers, gourmet finger foods, all materials, professional instruction, and a finished canvas as evidence of their accomplishment.
These art canvas events have proven very popular and both Spark and the FCMH Foundation plan other such events in the future.
Proceeds went to help support the activities of both non-profit groups.