MARCH BREAK

We're very excited to share a few fun activities happening at Argyle Fine Art for the March Break of 2015. (March 16-20, including the glorious weekends on either end of those weeks)These activities are geared for everyone- so bring the entire family down!

 PLANT SOME ART!

Drop by on either Saturday, March 14th, Thursday, March 19th or Friday, March 20th (the first day of Spring) between 1-3pm and try out your green thumb! Buy a little ceramic vessel created especially for this occasion by local artist Bethany Butterworth and we'll provide the seeds and soil throughout the afternoons (prices range from $20 to $40)  Then leave your newly planted seeds  with us in their pots for a few weeks and check- in on them in our windows as they grow and grow and grow! Whenever you'd like, you can take your new plant home with it's new ceramic pot too!

 Your plants will literally become WORKS of ART.  Because we can only accommodate so many "art gardeners" at any given time, we are asking that you pre-register if possible, by phoning us at 902-425-9456 or email us at gallery@argylefa.com and let us know what day you will be arriving.

PLAY an ARTFUL GAME and Meet an ARTIST that makes stuff from JUNK!

FREE for ALL- Drop by Argyle Fine Art on  Saturday, March 21st, between 1-3pm and meet artists Ed Beals and William Rudolph. Ed will have new Robot Game for you to buy and play, in addition to his popular FOLD-eds and William will be on-hand creating a work of art from old bike parts. 

THE GAME MATCHBOTS is a super fun game created by Ed Beals,  that anyone can play- fun for ALL ages! The game packs only cost $20 each and will be for sale at the gallery that day. We'll have tables set up so you can try out the game before you buy!  Bring your friends and family! Let the tournaments begin!


BONUS: The first 20 people to buy a MatchBots game get a free 11x17 "Know Your Robots" poster like this! 

Of course, we can't forget about William Rudolph...who will be on hand with some new BIKE part art...and working on a lamp shade for his latest project!


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