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It was 50 years ago today (May 3rd 1969)

Stop by the studio on First Friday art walk for chocolate cake and sangria to celebrate our 50th wedding anniversary

It’s like we turned around and here we are 50 years later.

Can you believe it?

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ARTWORKS ARE BEING SHIPPED TO CUBA!

It was a difficult task with my hip recovery, but I was able to wrap up my paintings and Kathy’s poem framed

and send them to Columbus where they will be shipped to Cuba soon.

We had an excellent crown this past First Friday to see the final works.

Thanks for all who came out.

Great art discussion and thanks to Jen Cole for her final crit of the works.

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OPEN 1st FRIDAY, MARCH 1st SEE THE PAINTINGS HEADED TO CUBA!

WE ARE BACK!!!

I’m still healing, but we are open this coming Friday. It will be good to see all our friends we have missed.

We will be featuring all the work that is going to Cuba next week for two exhibits in Matanzas and Havana.

And you can see all the work I’ve done since our trip to Cuba.

  

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RECOVERING, BUT WE WILL BE CLOSED FOR FIRST FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1st.

Thank you everyone for the flowers, cards, visits, food, emails, and messages!!

I am walking and talking, although I’m not sure I always make sense.

We will see you in March!

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STUDIO IS CLOSED FOR FIRST FRIDAY

In case you haven’t heard, I broke my upper femur on Christmas morning and had to have a total hip replacement surgery. We will be closed until I am more recovered.

Much more to this story–

Later

Thanks to all the cards & well wishes.

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JORDANNA GRADUATES UNIVERSITY OF AKRON

Our studio and gallery has been used for many purposes one of which has been tutoring and mentoring young people and one such person has been our granddaughter, Jordanna. From the time she was quite little we read, worked on math, art and all the little bits that make us full people. She is our pride and joy!

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First Friday at Seilers’ Gallery

A great evening with Charles Savage and the Vintage Brass and we were remembering Doug Jeck and Hillary Hendricks Christmas clay project from two years ago.