Quiet Waters Park hosted Art @ the Park this weekend. The leaves have started to change into brilliant colors and air was nippy, but everyone enjoyed Art @ the Park. The park was filled with creative artisans.
The Arundel Carvers Club members were demonstrating the art of carving wood objects. The club welcomes anyone that has an interest in carving, whether you are a beginner or an expert. “The purpose of the club is to promote the art of wood carving through mutual support and sharing of skills, techniques, and knowledge.” They meet every Wednesday morning and their website is http://www.annearundelcarvers.wordpress,com.
Gourds by Susan displayed unique gourds that were painted, carved or decorated. A reminder of harvest time.
I’m always interested in sculpture and these metal sculptures by Kevin Duval were very interesting. The sculptures enjoyed their time in the park.
laborbeads displayed intricate beaded bracelets and necklaces made out of tiny seed beads. These beautiful pieces of beading entails hours of detailed work.
Gilbert’s Woodcraft displayed the bounty of the bay caught in hard wood carvings.
Quiet Water is a great park to visit.
November 26, 2014 through January 4, 2015 the park will be hosting Form & Fabric VI in The Galleries. Please check out http://www.fqwp.org.
Enjoy the burst of brilliant colors that fall gives us.