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 11th Annual Wilmington & Western Railroad’s

                       Hockessin Arts Festival

   Friday, Saturday and Sunday, February 24th,25th,26th
                               at Hockessin Memorial Hall.
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
29 artists will be displaying and selling original works as well as prints, greeting cards and more. A wide range of styles and prices will be available.
Attending artists include:
Larry S. Anderson, Judy Antonelli, Lorann Jacobs, David Ludlow, Michael McNelly, Steve Oliver, Beth Palser, James Redding, Kathy Ruck, Andy Smith, John Styer, John Stevens, Patricia Brown-Tolton, Rita Trimmer, Cece Tucker, Helena Van Emmerik-Finn, William Veasey, Keith Hoffman, Sandy Askey-Adams, Anna Biggs Designs, Richard Bollinger, Riva Brown, Catherine Colsher, Doris Davis-Glacken, Shannon Dimmig, Shawn Faust, Mary Foster, James Huntsberger, Joseph Jacob

 
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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