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“America’s Independence” Celebrate your Spirit to be American this weekend; Decorate your lawn or your bike with red, white and blue, Go to a parade and wave a flag, Salute your troops and give thanks to a soldier, Have a slice of watermelon or apple pie, Ride a wave or jump in the pool, Throw a volleyball or some horseshoes, Play kick the can and eat a hot dog, Light a sparkler or a punk, Take a rock and smash some caps, Watch the fireworks or better yet have a kiss under the fireworks, But above all of this, Be kind to your fellow-man, Have lots of fun and laugh until your sides hurt. Most importantly, Stand Proud and Tall to be an American because men fought for our Independence and gave us the freedom to do all of these things in this Beautiful Land of Ours. Happy 4th of July America. -bp

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RIttenhouse Square Fine Art Show, June 3-5, 18th & Walnut Street, Phila., Pa. Hours: Fri.-Sat. 11-7, Sun. 11-5, This show exhibits ORIGINAL works of Art by 160 artists, NO crafts, photography or reproductions will be sold. I will be exhibiting my watercolors at Booth 53, mid-block on West Rittenhouse Street. Held Rain or Shine. Info: http://www.rittenhousesquareart.com                            

Media Art Show, June 12, State and Veterans Square in Media, Pa. Hours:Sunday 9-4, This is an Arts and Crafts show sponsored by the TownTalk. I will be exhibiting my Watercolors and Prints at my booth in front of Iron Hill Brewery on 30 East State Street. Raindate Sunday June 19th

Manayunk Art Show, June 25-26, Phila. Pa., Main Street in Manayunk, Green Lane to Shurs Lane, Sat.11-7 Sun. 11-6. There will be 300 Artisans and Crafters exhibiting. I will be selling my watercolors and prints at Booth 236, Corner of Rector Street & Main Street. It’s highly suggested to wear comfy shoes and take public Trans or Shuttle Buses at 555 City Ave. or at Ivy Ridge Train Station.($3 Adult) Held rain or Shine. Info: http://www.manayunk.comoutdoor booth for show scheduleCome on out with your family and friends and experience the Arts. -Beth Palser

 

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The 24th Annual Manayunk Art Showheld in Historic Manayunk on Main Street just minutes west of Center City, Philadelphia, is nestled along the banks of the Manayunk Canal and must be added to your summer events schedule.
Hours: Saturday, June 22, 11-7 pm and Sunday, June 23, 11-5 pm.
There will be 250 Artisans  selling their Paintings, Photography,  Jewelry, Glass, Wood, Iron, Pottery and Clothing. Food Vendors, Shops , Restaurants and Bars will be Open along Main Street. For easier parking, take the shuttle bus.($3.00 donations) For locations and information visitwww.manayunk.com 
I will be exhibiting and selling both my originals and prints. in Booth: #206 at the corner of Recter and Main Streets.
I hope to see you there and remember to bring your comfy walking shoes. -Beth         bethpalser.com
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Staying in  my jammies today and watching the postponed Daytona 500 having snacks and drinks with umbrellas in them!

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Hockessin Arts Festival: Friday, Saturday and Sunday, February 24th,25th,26th

                        Thousands of eager people will again be able to attend, view quality art and be able to purchase their personal treasures!
 The Wilmington & Western Railroad’s Hockessin Arts Festival is a fundraising effort to benefit the Railroad, a local non-profit organization. The all-volunteer Railroad operates steam and diesel-powered locomotives thru the Red Clay Valley.
30% of all sales will go directly to the operation of the Wilmington & Western Railroad.      302-998-1930
The 2010 Wilmington & Western Railroad’s Hockessin Arts Festival is being held at the Hockessin Memorial Hall located on Route 41 in Hockessin, DE
                                                                      The Art Festival will be held on Friday February 24th from 5-8pm

with refreshments available and a Cash Bar!
Saturday February 25th, 2010 from 10am until 5pm
Sunday February 26th from 11 am. until 4pm.
Admission each day is $3.00 for adults and free for those under 12.
For further information and directions please visit our web site: www.wwrr.com or
contact the Wilmington & Western Railroad at:
                               (302) 998-1930 or carole@wwrr.com Or Larry Anderson at: lsarepro@comcast.net

I hope you can come out and enjoy this art show next weekend. Some of the Best artist”s in the area will be exhibiting and remember, 30% of your sales purchase can be a Tax write off.

You can also bring the kids for an old-fashioned steam engine train ride on the weekend.     -Beth Palser,  www.bethpalser.com


Directions to the Hockessin Arts Festival:
1225 Old Lancaster Pike
Hockessin, DE 19707
(Please use main entrance)
(Additional parking behind Memorial Hall and Swift Park

From I-95: Route 141 North to

Route 2 West (Kirkwood Highway) Route 2 West to Route 41 North to Hockessin.

From Lancaster: Route 30 East to Route 41 south to Hockessin.

 

 

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This scene  makes you feel like you are at the Marina watching the sailboats come in after a day’s adventure on the open sea.

“Allie Kat”, the latest watercolor painting by Beth Palser, To view this and other works visit www.bethpalser.com

"Allie Kat",by Beth Palser

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In order for me to start a new painting I must have order in the studio.  First, I wipe down my table and put away all my brushes and paint  I used during the last piece I was painting. Then  I get out a clean sheet of watercolor paper, T-Square, triangles and erasers, sharpen my pencils, have my photographs ready for reference,  and select my new group of music for the cd player. Now I am ready!

I  stare at a Blank piece of paper, the ideas one gets from staring at white paper is incredible!  First thing that pops into my head  is the  composition, then how large do I want to go, where is my horizon, I wonder if the Phillies are playing tonight, wow, it sure is a beautiful day outside…oops I got to get back to my painting, what color will I make the sky…..oooh, I love this song, I think I’ll dance now!    -beth palser

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