Events

Patricia Tyser Carberry – “Handmade Glass Beads and Felt”

4th Friday Prescott Art Walk

 

“Handmade Glass Beads and Felt” features art by artist Patricia Tyser Carberry.

Lampworking is a type of glasswork where a torch is primarily used to melt the glass. Once in a molten state, the glass is formed by blowing and shaping with tools and hand movements. The pieces are then kiln-annealed for five hours or more. Annealing the beads makes them hard as rocks; durable for everyday wear.

Patricia Tyser Carberry has been working in glass most of her life. She began creating custom, one-of-a-kind and limited edition stained glass windows for commercial and residential establishments. After attending a workshop on fused glass, she became intrigued by working with glass in its molten state which led to her interest in beadmaking and continued exploration into playing with light. Using soft materials like silk and wool are a perfect counterpoint.

A reception for the artist will be on Prescott’s 4th Friday Art Walk (October 25th) from 5-8 pm, at the Arts Prescott Cooperative Gallery.

Refreshments will be served.  Show runs October 25 – November 20. Open Daily 10 am – 6 pm.

 

 

 

Patricia Tyser Carsberry

Handmade Glass Beads and Felt

 

 

 

Marcy Miller – “Marcy Miller Originals”

4th Friday Prescott Art Walk

 

“Marcy Miller Originals” features art by artist Marcy Miller.

Guest artist Marcy Miller presents, “Marcy Miller Originals,” a display and sale of Fine Fabric Purses

A reception for the artist will be on Prescott’s 4th Friday Art Walk (September 27th) from 5-8 pm, at the Arts Prescott Cooperative Gallery.

Live music for the art walk will be provided by “Small Change duo.”  Refreshments will be served.  Show runs September 27 – October 23. Open Daily 10 am – 6 pm.

 

 

 

Marcy Miller

Fine Fabric Purses

Marcy Miller Originals

 

 

 

John Flinn – “Dreamscapes and Relics from an Imagined Southwest”

4th Friday Prescott Art Walk

 

“Dreamscapes and Relics from an Imagined Southwest” features Acrylic on Sandstone art by artist John Flinn.

Visions and artifacts, painted with acrylic on small and medium sized bits of sandstone, inspired by the landscapes and history of the Southwest. Relics of a remembered and imagined present and past, reflecting the Worlds outside and within.

A reception for the artist will be on Prescott’s 4th Friday Art Walk (August 23rd) from 5-8 pm, at the Arts Prescott Cooperative Gallery.

Live music will be provided, and snacks and refreshments will be served.  Show runs August 23 – September 25. Open Daily 10 am – 6 pm.

 

 

 

John Flinn

Acrylic on Sandstone art

Dreamscapes and Relics from an Imagined Southwest