Vara’s new work consists of 8 pieces in retrospective of the
now and what reality.
Please Join us in the excitement of new sculpture works at
Ballard Road Art Studio gathering
Saturday November 5th 6-11pm there will be light
fair served 6pm sharp the show will include live fire jugglers and music.
Please Join us in-
OCT-8th @ 11-5pm METAL ART SHOW- Modern welding School 1842 State Street Schenectady NY
Events Galore- food, music, demos, Motorcycles and lots of art.
5th Annual, D.V. Awareness month
1- PurpleNight Lights™- residents are encouraged to purchase a purple light bulb and display it on their porch or in their window throughout Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Organizer Sandra Becker from the H.E.R. Shelter says the porch and window light bulbs are available in two sizes and for just a few dollars. The goal is to bring awareness and support to victims and survivors of domestic violence and to send a strong message that “Domestic Violence Has No Place in Our Community.”
2- the Shirts of Awareness
Hang a shirt at the 6 Ballard Road Art Studio Wilton, NY
In remembrance of someone or just to support awareness.
Anyone is welcome to bring a tee shirt to hang and write on.
3-B.J.S. ARTWORKS Show,
10-8 to 10-31-2011, – Opening reception is Saturday October 8, 4 – 6 pm
Meet the artists and enjoy the acoustic inspirational music by Pam Barker.
miChelle Vara is showing metal sculpture-
This body of work is called- “The Soul Perceptible”
Click on link-
“My life nothing more than an investigation left in metal and paint”
The artist mission is to make the soul capable of being realized by the mind or through the senses. Visionary art encourages the development of our inner sight. To find the visionary realm we use our inner intuitive eyes. All inspiration originates here. The visionary embraces the spectrum of imagined space.
Poet William Blake called it “The Divine Imagination.”
In Loving Memory of my friend Dawn Bove Roberts, who lost her life in 2006.
Awareness is the only opportunity to stop this silent epidemic in all communities.
This epidemic is not gender specific so all are welcome to participate.
Sincerely , miChelle M. Vara