Mandala Coloring Book
by Elin Babcock
Available at Ashland Art Works
“Coloring Makes You Happy“
A 10-plate, original design collection by Artist, Elin Babcock will be a win-win gift for the holidays. For each collection purchased, a donation will be made to the September 8th, Almeda Fire Victims of Southern Oregon. The base price is $25.00 and you can include your own donation, all of which will go directly to the people in need.
Sold at Ashland Art Works or contact: Elin Babcock at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive one in the mail, additional shipping charges will apply; PayPal or check.
Ashland Art Works is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 cooperative of artists, art galleries and studios. AAW encourages the creative productivity of its artists with the intention of contributing new works for the gallery and of sharing with the community.
AAW provides numerous opportunities for locals and visiting groups to learn about and experience art. For example, people of all ages attend First Friday, a free monthly event to meet artists, learn about art techniques, watch demonstrations, and visit studios.
AAW also offers tours and educational opportunities in the form of workshops, such as mask making, silk dying, or expanding creativity. AAW artists have offered art experiences in elementary, high school, and university classrooms, plus art lectures at the gallery.
Nov. 6 & 7th, 2020
Ashland Art Works hosted a pop-up event, reminiscent of a mini art show. In addition to featuring several of our artists, we had a complementary ornament painting setup.
Feb. 27 & 28, 2020
AAW welcomed students from around the area to a two day workshop with our own gallery artist, Roxanne Evans Stout in the lead. It was a huge success and great fun for all, learning techniques in mixed media art.
Feb. 16 – 29, 2020
In celebration of Black History Month, Ashland Art Works hosted two weeks of art by several local artists. The event culminated on Feb. 27th with an offering of homemade chai and the artists present to discuss their art.
Our local Riding Beyond group joined the Gallery for an evening in recognition of Breast Cancer awareness Month. We all got to participate in a group weaving – Weave a Tapestry of Wishes. For more information: http://ridingbeyond.org/