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Today from 10am till 2 pm is Open House at the Rivertown Art Gallery, 517 W. Main St., Newburgh, IN. If you visited the exhibit at UE’s Krannert Hall and liked some of the scarves, they are now for sale at the Gallery. You will also find one of a kind mixed media art, photography, […]

Saturday, April 5th – 10am till 2pm Rivertown Art is mixing up a new spring exhibit. Meet the artists and enjoy refreshments during the open house. The Gallery is located in Historic Newburgh, Inc., 517 W. Main St., Newburgh, IN 47630. Paintings, mosaics, mixed media art, photography, and my silk scarves and paintings will be […]

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The exhibit is up at Krannert Hall, the Fine Arts Department at the University of Evansville.

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Lynda Heines and Evi Slaby (photo by David Heines)

Lynda Heines and Evi Slaby
(photo by David Heines)

Between February 24 and April 1  come and visit  the exhibit  “Colorful Friendship” at Krannert Hall in the Fine Arts Building at the University of Evansville. Lynda Heines, a fabric surface design artist, and I have the opportunity to exhibit our works. Paintings, scarves, jackets and fabric design samples will be on display.

Lynda uses bamboo/cotton, linen, and rayon fabrics with her designs. I use different types of silk. In two jackets we have combined our fabrics.

hanging in the breeze, waiting to be rinsed

hanging in the breeze, waiting to be rinsed

It was a beautiful sunny and windy day when all the scarves were rinsed outside on the clothes line (15 at a time).

After rinsing them off with the water hose they went into the washer and finally were ironed.
Last Sunday, all scarves were blessed by Fr. Tom.

IMG_6530IMG_6534IMG_6532                             Yesterday, Carol (my awesome sister-in-law) helped me package every single one of the scarves.
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At 2pm they were delivered to “My Chemo Buddies”. A large bag full of lovely scarves.

My the Angel Hugs bring joy, smiles, hope, and many blessings to each one of the recipients.

Since I had planned for 144 scarves to be painted and we made 73 of them last Saturday – I decided to keep offering painting free scarves for Chemo Patients.

If you are currently in treatment for cancer and would like to forget about it just for a little while, let me know, paint a scarf for yourself for free. I can come to your house if necessary.

For everyone else I temporarily reduced the cost for the “Session of Giving” from $50 to $35. (Check it out under “Classes”) You get to paint one scarf for a chemo patient as well as one scarf for yourself. This offer will stand until all 144 scarves will have reached a chemo patient – 71 scarves to go and current cancer patients are getting priority :D

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