IN FLEMINGTON Small Works Art Show Seeks Exhibitors

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“Artists of all media, ages and ability — here’s a chance to sell your work and support an important cause,” says Patricia Bally, co-organizer of the “Small Works Art Show” to benefit Friends of Historic Flemington. The show will be on Saturday, April 8, from 12 to 8 p.m., and Sunday, April 9 from 1 to 6 p.m., at 123 Main Street, Flemington. An artists’ reception will be held on Saturday from 6 to 8 p.m., with live music and refreshments. The public is welcome. “Each artwork will sell for $100, with half going to the artist and the other half to Friends of Historic Flemington,” says Ms. Bally. The Friends organization welcomes donations, whether or not people buy artwork. See contact information below. Suggested sizes of artwork are no larger than 11×14 inches, no smaller than 8×10. Any medium is welcome — oil, acrylic, watercolor, pencil, pastel, photography, fabric, collage, etc. Artists must supply tabletop easels to display their works. Artists must register by Tuesday, April 4. Artwork should be delivered on Friday, April 7 between 4 and 7 p.m. Get the art show registration form and details at www.FriendsofHistoricFlemington.com; click on Art Show. To request registration forms by mail or to make other arrangements for delivering artwork, please contact Ms. Bally at (908) 256-1108 or gpbally@comcast.net. Friends of Historic Flemington supports adaptive reuse of the borough’s historic buildings. Its members believe the demolition of the Union Hotel and three adjacent buildings in the heart of the county seat’s historic district is misguided and unnecessary. Learn more about the group at www.FriendsofHistoricFlemington.com. For more information, contact Pat Bally at (908) 256-1108 or gpbally@comcast.net.

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