Come to an Auction that benefits 6 very local non-profits organizations
Bid on: artwork, furniture, tools, textiles & curiosities of every kind collected by Jane Trigère over many years
Saturday, Feb. 25 (6:30 – 9pm)
at the Deerfield Arts Bank 3 Sugarloaf St. in the center of South Deerfield Village
(see below for important auction Preview times)
The non-profit agencies are listed below
Auctioneer Paul Mueller-Reed of New England Auctions in Deerfield is donating his services.
Soon, you will be able to preview all items with their Lot# on this site and also on www.auctionzip.com (details forthcoming).
And, you will be even able to leave advance bids at email@example.com!
(You will have to leave your bid, the Lot #, your name, address and phone #)
How does this auction work?
– Preview online beginning very soon, or
– Preview in person: Wed-Thurs, Feb 22-23 (4-8pm)…. Fri, Feb 24 (10-4pm)…. Sat, Feb 25 (5-6:30pm)
or by appointment (contact Jane Trigère (413)768-8917 or firstname.lastname@example.org)
– Leave a bid or come to the auction on Sat, Feb 25 (6:30-9:30 pm) 150-200 items!
– If you are the winning bidder, YOU get to choose which agency gets the check.
– We just get the pleasure and of supporting community.
The Food Bank www.foodbankwma.org
The Literacy Project www.facebook.com/literacyproject
Stone Soup Café www.stonesoupgreenfield.org
Franklin Area Survival Center www.franklinareasurvivalcenter.org
CISA (Community Involved in Sustaining Agriculture) www.buylocalfood.org
Museum of Our Industrial Heritage www.industrialhistory.org
by visiting German artists , Marlis Glaser and Samuel Fischer-Glaser (mother & son) on Sunday, May 15 at 3:00pm at the Deerfield Arts Bank, 3 Sugarloaf St., South Deerfield.
Marlis Glaser is a prolific painter who focuses on visual narratives based on actual interviews with her subjects. Her “Abraham Project“ which she will be sharing with us, is a collection of more than 180 portrait sketches and paintings which brings together biblical, historical and biographical content and elements from the history of art. The world of German-speaking survivors has been interpreted through 4 symbolic motifs: FACE, TREE, NAME and OBJECT. This exhibit has traveled to 22 venues in Germany, France since 2006 and in Israel, when it was dedicated to the 60th anniversary of the State of Israel and the 70th anniversary of Kristallnacht.
Glaser‘s paintings have been inspired by Hebrew illuminated manuscripts, the Jewish festivals, the verses of the German-Jewish poet Else Lasker-Schüler and the poetry of “The Song of Songs.” All of these are intimately connected, as well, to Glaser‘s series of paintings “Trees in Jerusalem.”
Marlis Glaser (www.marlis-glaser.de) studied at Academies of Art in Bremen & Hamburg and has exhibited in Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden, France, Israel and Denmark.
Her projects have included (1978-89) wall installations:
– The History of the Labor Movement
– The History of the Women’s Liberation Movement
– Women of the French Revolution
– Portraits of Women of the Resistance, World War II
The Legacy of Janusz Korczak and his Orphans (2002-04), a project undertaken with schoolchildren
Samuel Fischer-Glaser has studied sculpture at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich since 2012. His unique point of view is filled with biblical and literary references (e.g. Franz Kafka’s The Castle, Goethe’s poem, Erlkönig (Elf King), King Belshazzar from the Book of Daniel, or a 1940 song from the Krakow ghetto by Mordechai Gebirtig)
In his drawings, collages, fabric sculptures and installations, he explores psychological and moral aspects of characters and their behaviors, confronting the viewer with his own shadow self. The works show the close connection between religion, psychology, literature and language.
He has participated in numerous European exhibitions. (Including the European Day of Jewish Culture in Attenweiler.)
A reception follows the presentation.
The public is invited.
More info: Jane Trigère (413)-768-8917
or Ken Schoen email@example.com
It was a wild success!
18 people came to write. Jane Roy Brown asked us to focus on one portrait in the gallery and first to simply describe what we saw, then to amplify with what what we felt or imagined. And then we had to pick another portrait in the gallery and create a dialogue between our two candidates. Several writers volunteered to read what they had written. It was astounding. The room came alive around us with “real feeling” personalities.
Sketching Portraits with WORDS
Sunday, January 10 (12-2pm)
with author and writing coach
Jane Roy Brown
The 5th Night of Hanukkah
Everyone is invited!
6:30pm on Thursday, Dec 10
a community together celebrating simple pleasures and historic events
Singing and playing dreidel, too
Thursday, December 3, 6-8 pm
What are we saying about ourselves in a self-portrait?
When we paint a portrait, what are we trying to reveal about the subject and what is concealed?
The work of 40 local artists demonstrates this puzzle.
Artist Elizabeth Stone will draw a charcoal portrait from a live model Thursday, December 3
Come watch or sketch along.
Sketchers may ask for hints about how to improve their drawings at the break.
Bring a sketchbook and simple materials (pencil, pen, charcoal, eraser).
These 2 paintings are Elizabeth Stone’s contributions to the current Portraits exhibit