Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Shop Bellevue! This Friday.

Express yourself as you shop and dine with the Poetry Slam at Avenue Brew (scroll down for more info), mad libs at restaurants, and merchants bringing poems to life. Be sure to pick up a complete collection of featured poems at participating shops.

Poetry is when an emotion has found its thought and the thought has found words. -  Robert Frost

Mama C's Buttercream & Sprinkles - 223 Fairfield Avenue  - Mad Libs

Ball Embroidery & Gifts - 301 Fairfield Avenue

Witt's End Candy Emporium - 305 Fairfield Avenue

The Cozy Cottage - 307 Fairfield Avenue - "The Rainbow"

Avenue Brew - 310 Fairfield Avenue - Queen City Poetry Slam - see information below

Splendid Things - 312 Fairfield Avenue - "Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night"

Generation Hill Winery - 315 Fairfield Avenue

Circle of Hope Artisans - 318 Fairfield Avenue - "Little Things"

Twice as Nice Antiques & More - 318 Fairfield Avenue

Irish Leather Works - 321 Fairfield Avenue - "Trees"

The Olde Guest House Boutique - 334 Fairfield Avenue - "A Snowdrop"

Le Sorelle - 336 Fairfield Avenue - "The Moon"

The Purple Monkey - 336 Fairfield Avenue - "The Moon"

Bella on the Avenue - 341 Fairfield Avenue - "Dreams of Spring"

Frame and Hang Studio Gallery - 401 Fairfield Avenue - "The Wind"
Art show opening tonight - see information below

The Bellevue Beadery Down Memory Lane - 402 Fairfield Avenue - "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star"

Diamonds and Dimples Chic Boutique - 402 Fairfield Avenue - "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star"

Interior Visions - 404 Fairfield Avenue - "The Gardener"

Torn Light Records - 406 Fairfield Avenue

Twisted Sisters Cafe - 411 Fairfield Avenue

Schneider's Sweet Shop - 420 Fairfield Avenue
501 Salon & Spa - 501 Fairfield Avenue

Siam Orchid - 511 Fairfield Avenue - Mad Libs

The Elusive Cow Cafe - 519 Fairfield Avenue - Mad Libs

St. John United Church of Christ - 520 Fairfield Avenue - Music on the Avenue beginning at 8 pm - Phillips-Hofeldt Piano Trio
The Paper Tiger - 605 Fairfield Avenue

Frame and Hang Studio Gallery invites you to the opening night of their new show featuring Melissa Yeazell.  Melissa has been expressing herself through art for as long as she can remember. Her current media choices include acrylic on canvas, watercolor, and glass repurposing.

Her paintings express her emotions in the present moment, usually through intense colors and brush strokes and occasionally with words. She gives color to her hopes, successes, anxieties, hesitations, and stories of her heart and grounds them on the canvas. Her process is quick, covering the canvas with color. She then rotates the canvas 90 degrees once, twice, and sometimes three times, each view speaking to her differently on a soul level. The final expression might represent a figure or a place or an animal or whatever her soul desires, leaving her essence on the canvas.

Her glass work has been a new adventure in self-expression. The glass, spanning from the 1940s to 1980s, was discovered in a creek bed on the golf course that she tends to every day. The glass was used to shore up the sides of the creek. Each piece of glass she works with has a story, and she adds new glass or oil paint to give it new life that adds luster in many forms. 
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