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Events Calendar 2011

Art Openings
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Always a new exhibition on the 2nd Friday of every month with local and international artists
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5:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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catered hors d'oeuvres
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admission always free

Art Classes

Summer Art Camp   summer art camp

A proud smile

Art classes permit the children to express themselves!!!

New Art Classes Listed in October

Deborah Gallihue enjoying the atmosphere that is Tyme Gallery

 

Tea Parties

in the beautiful, relaxed atmosphere of an

award winning art gallery.

Serves up to 12

2 hours long

Beautiful chocolates, pastries and finger sandwiches

Only $85.00

Reservation required

Payment at tyme of reservation

 

January

Wonderful Tymes at Opening Receptions

 

 

"Moving Along"

abstracts by

Rose Marie Cunniffe

first place winner for our

14th Juried Exhibition "Inner Essence" 2011

Opening Reception Friday January 13th 5:00 to 9:00 pm

Exhibition Dates January 13th through February 7th, 2012

Edna Davis & Rose Marie Cunniffe at "Inner Essence 14"

 

 

First Prize

acrylic collage

"Bump in the Night"

 

"Enchanted Places 3" acrylic collage

"Enchanted Places 4" acrylic collage

"Enchanted Places 6" acrylic collage

 

 

   
   
February

 

Photography Expo X

Juried Photography

and

Jewelry Party the night of the opening

Exhibition Dates February 11th through March 3rd, 2011

 

This Year's Winners

 

"Friday Nite"

by

Robert Mand

First Place

"Calm Peers"

by

Philip E. Galluccio

Second Place

"Midnight Musiciam"

by

Jim McWilliams

Third Place

Fun at the Opening

First Place Robert Mand receives award

Secon Place Winner Philip E. Galluccio

Third Place winner Jim McWilliams receives his award

Guests enjoying the exhibition

Photographer Anne Marie Palita studies a photograph

Dr Henrik Eger with his intern Lauren Volpon

Patrons enjoying the atmosphere

 

 

New Art Classes--2011

Children's
Shelley Michael
Instructor

Children enjoying painting class with Shelley


Previous students enjoying the painting class with Shelley

Shelley Michael is a graduate of Tyler School of Art with a BFA in sculpture. She did advanced studies at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and studied computer animation at San Francisco Art Institute. Shelley's art has been exhibited nationally winning many awards.

Shelley has been teaching art and encouraging children for over 25 years. Her varied projects and knowledge of art and art history provide the children with both fun and education. Shelley's love of children and gentle manner make her a beloved teacher.


Multi-Media

Instructor Shelley Michael and owner Edna Davis developed this class to teach children about various art forms. There is a different project with each class. The students not only get to learn about the beauty of art like print making, glass painting, resist painting, mosaic work, etc. they get to see and touch real art. Tyme Gallery has over 300 artists with a very eclectic range.

Class starts Saturday February12th
Six weeks
10:30 to noon
Ages 6-10
$125.00 includes supplies and snack
Class needs a minimum of 5 students

Painting & Drawing

Students will explore six different artists and their styles. Each week is a different artist. The six artists are as follows:

Cezanne
Matisse
Klimt
Miro
Marsden
Jasper Johns


Class starts Saturday February 12th
Six weeks
12:30 to 2:00
Ages 8 to 12
Students need a canvas paper pad
$95.00 includes supplies and snack
Class needs a minimum of 5 students


Watercolor

Adults

Alice Meyer Wallace

She is still with us.
Take class with her here and you can follow her to Greece and take class with her there in the summer.

Teaches the Charles Demuth Method/Style


Alice Meyer Wallace, born in Philadelphia in 1941. She
lives and teaches painting on the Main Line, Naousa, Paros, Greece and Deia, Majorca Spain.

Alice graduated from Rhode Island School of Design in 1963, attaining the European Honors program and spending the final year in Italy. She has a home in Majorca, Spain and a home in Paros, Greece.She hibernates each winter in Pennsylvania, where she paints and teaches and keeps warm. Alice taught at the Aegean Center of Fine Arts for 10 years in Paros. She has also illustrated children’s books. Alice has taught at the Main Line Art Center, the Chester Springs School, and The Plastic Club in Pa.

Her watercolors can be seen at Metaxa Gallery in Naousa, Paros, Greece.


• Six weeks 7:00 to 9:00
• starting Wednesday February 16th
• 95.00
• Supply list upon request

Must have 5 students for class to run

The Art of Origami

Hand made ornaments by Jesse Crew

Instructor


Jesse Crew

Origami (????, from ori meaning "folding", and kami meaning "paper") is the traditional Japanese folk art of paper folding, which started in the 17th century AD and was popularized in the mid-1900s. It has since then evolved into a modern art form. The goal of this art is to transform a flat sheet of material into a finished sculpture through folding and sculpting techniques, and as such the use of cuts or glue are not considered to be origami.


Class will cover


• Brief introduction into the history of Origami
• Basic folding techniques and bases
• How to read diagrams and how to diagram models
• Beyond origami (embellishing) and how to use it in daily life, with you children, etc
• students will fold: traditional models; boxes and containers; toys and fun models; flowers and butterflies; modular (Usually consisting of 4 and more pieces); some animals

Important Info


• Class starts Sunday February 13th 1:00 to 3:00
• Six weeks
• Class$95.00 plus $25.00/supplies
• Graph paper and colored pencils will be provided
• For the first class students will need a pencil and paper and a box, like a plastic shoe box, to carry home their first models
• Must register in advance
• Must have 5 students to make a class
• Call 610-853-1215 to register


   
   
   
March

Art Opening

Conversations in Paint & Clay

The Surreal paintings of

Josette Simon Gestin

&

Pottery by

Peggy Martin

Opening Reception Friday March 11th from 5:00 to 9:00 pm

Exhibition Dates March 11th through April 5th, 2011

 

"Saltimbbanques #1" acrylic w/collage by Josette Simon Gestin

"Saltimbbanques #2" acrylic w/collage by Josette Simon Gestin

Pottery by Peggy Martin

Pottery by Peggy Martin

Close up of pottery

Fun at the Opening

 

Josette Simon, Dr Henrik Eger, Peggy Martin and in front Lauren Volpon

 

Josette and friend Marina Gorina

Josette with her art


EXPERIMENTS WITH WATERCOLOR
With

Deena Ball

 

"The Day is Done, Iowa" Deena Ball

 

Deena Ball "The Rush"

Medium: Watercolor
Class Level: Adults and Teens with watercolor experience and appropriate quality supplies.

$35.00 plus the special supplies
Sunday March 27th 1:00 to 4:00 pm
Three hours includes light snack
Must have 5 students to run the class
Email or call 610-853-1215 to register

Experiment with new techniques and supplies to enhance your watercolor experience, or renew your interest with a new approach. We will work with interference and pearlescent paints, and watercolor pencils and sticks. Each participant will get to try painting on a variety of papers and on a gesso and gel textured underpainting. Please see the supply list and bring your own watercolor supplies. Special supplies fee $20.00 .Supply list upon request



 

Photography Portfolio Reviews

by

Richard Johnson

Returning by Popular Demand!!!!

Take your photography to the next level. Find your strengths and weaknesses. Richard Johnson is an award winning photography teacher and an award winning photographer. Have your work reviewed by someone in the know. Receive a written review of your photography along with a one on one session with him.

Sunday March 20th

Reserved tymes starting at 1:00 pm

Only $30.00 light refreshments provided

Advance registration is a must & jpegs or slides must be mailed or emailed for review at least 2 weeks in advance


Testimonial by Photographer Ken Goodfellow
Ken took the class March 29th, 2009

“It was a pleasure to work with Mr. Johnson on my portfolio review, never having one before it was well worth the time spent. The review of my images before meeting Richard was an added bonus since he already had an understanding of what I was presenting, and had completed written material for me to go over.

Richard’s communication of what should be worked on to present portfolios, besides discussing the images, was very detailed and knowledge worth learning. I would highly recommend a review as lessons learned for me from a technical and business perspective can be put into practice immediately”.


So if you really want to step up-join in and take the review.


Richard Johnson

Richard A. Johnson is a black and white landscape photographer who uses panoramic and large format cameras to capture the natural beauty of Eastern and Southwestern United States.


In the last twenty years, Richard has created twenty black & white portfolios, been involved in over 60 one person and group exhibitions, and has been featured in several prominent publications on photography such as Lenswork, Lenswork Extended Journal, Black and White Magazine UK and the Photographer’s Formulary Online Newsletter. Richard’s work is held in numerous private and public institutional collections throughout the country.

Richard A. Johnson was born and raised in the city of Philadelphia, and currently resides in Newtown Square, Pennsylvania. Mr. Johnson continues to teach various courses on traditional & digital photography at Delaware County Community College, where he has worked for over 15 years. He was awarded Excellence In Teaching in 2006. Richard’s recent accomplishments include being selected as an Artist in Residence by the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and also by Pennsylvania Department of Education for a solo exhibition in 2008.

 

   
   
   
April

April

Woods & Water

Acrylics

Shelley Michael

&

Mary Shoaf

Opening Reception Friday April 8th, 2011 5:00-9:00 pm

Exhibition Dates April 8th through May 10th

"Tree of Life"

Shelley Michael acrylic

"Autumn Sunset "

Shelley Michael acrylic

 

 

"Winter Walk" Shelley Michael acrylic

"French Toy Boats"

Mary Shoaf acrylic

"Venice, Italy "

Mary Shoaf acrylic

"Boat Reflection" Mary Shoaf acrylic

Shelley Michael to the far right enjoying the opening

 

people enjoying the opening

 

William Conville, Mary Shoaf, Lauren Volpon & Dr. Henrik Eger

William Conville, Lauren Volpon, Shelley Michael & Dr. Henrik Eger

Spring Psychic Fair

Tarot Readings & More

Saturday April 30th, 2011 Noon to 4:00 pm

Free Admission to the gallery with over 200 artists on exhibit

Free light refreshments

Free Chair Massages by Havertown Chriopractic

Celeste Mattia--a favorite at Tyme

 

Celeste Mattia--with Rob Simcox of paranormal Cafe WCHE 9243 AM

Grimm Brightstave

 

Janet-Intutive Angel Readings

Colette with over 30 years experience

   
   
   
May  
 

May

Octogenarians & Up

Juried Exhibition

All work in this exhibition must be completed after the artist's 80th birthday!!!!

Opening Reception Friday May 13th--Award Ceremony 7:00pm

Exhibition Date May 13th, 2011 through June 3rd

Jurors Edna Davis & Maureen Glassman

May is Older Americans Month

In honor of Older Americans Month Tyme Gallery is calling for artists 80 years of age and older. All fine art, sculpture and relief work are eligible to be entered. And yes, the artwork must have been created since the artist turned 80.

Patrons mesmerized by the artwork

Second Place winner Richard D. Partington

 

 

 

 

 

 

   
   
June  
 

Faeries Everywhere

paintings sculpture & jewelry

Helena Dominic

watercolor

Eileen Rudisill Miller

watercolor

Jo Ann Palmer

jewelry

 

Opening Reception Friday June 10th, 2011 5:00 to 9:00 pm

Exhibition Dates June 10th through July 1st

"Luna Moth"

Helena Dominic

 

" Iris Fairy " Eileen Rudisill Miller

"Primrose Fairy " Eileen Rudisill Miller

Jo Ann Palmer sterling silver

 

Jo Ann Palmer sterling silver

 

Jo Ann Palmer sterling silver

 

Fun at the Opening

Helena Domenic, Eileen Rudisill Miller & Jo Ann Palmer

Dr. Henrik Eger, Eileen Rudisill Miller & Jo Ann Palmer

Freelance writer Max Webber interviews the artists

Eileen Rudisill Miller's children look on

Patrons enjoying Helena Domenic's explanation of her work

Patrons enjoying Helena Domenic's explanation of her work

Patrons enjoying Eileen Rudisill Miller's explanation of her work

 

Pet Psychic Fair

 

Irene Lane

 

Celeste Mattia........................Jennifer Dickman

 

On Sunday June 12th Tyme Gallery is holding a Pet Psychic Fair. The star attraction is the internationally recognized animal communicator & psychic, Irene Lane. Along with Irene will be Tyme Gallery’s psychic Celeste Mattia and animal communicator, Jennifer Dickman. The gallery will also offer a variety of pet items such as pottery, treats and pet theme jewelry.

Come have a reading for your pet with Celeste and/or Reiki treatment with Jennifer Dickman. You can follow this with the lecture by Irene Lane and shop for one of Tyme Gallery’s artsy pet items.

Irene Lane, will share her knowledge on how to better communicate with your pet at Tyme Gallery. There will be a meet & greet at 12:45 with seating at 1:00. The workshop is from 1:15 to 2:00. This will be followed by autographs with Lane from 2:00 to 2:30. The cost for this spectacular lecture is only $20.00. Celeste Mattia and Jennifer Dickman will take appointments starting at 11:00 am through 4:00 pm for the private readings and Reiki treatments.

Lane is president of IreneSpeak Communications Inc. She is an internationally recognized psychic communicator for animals and people. Lane’s clients throughout the United States, Canada and Europe include Veterinarians, homeopathic Physicians, dressage gold medalists and competitors in horse and dog shows. She has appeared on television shows like Pet Talk with Lauren Collier, as well as the Emmy award winning show, The Exchange. An article in Variety attests to her popularity among celebrities. Lane’s services are used by horse, cat, dog, and other pet owners who want to know what their pets are thinking or what is troubling them. She also assists lost pets. Lane offers personal readings, workshops, guest speaking for various exposes, lectures, and presentations.
Celeste Mattia, will offer short readings for pets and their companions. She is currently the Astrologer for the News of Delaware County and has been a practicing psychic counselor for the past twenty years. She is a certified professional Tarot Card Reader and instructor who has taught Psychic Development and tarot as well as Feng Shui workshops in the tri-state region. A member of Parastudy and Blackhorse Paranormal Research, she has been interviewed on television regarding her psychic talents and mediumship abilities. Mattia has a client base throughout the US and Europe.
Jennifer Dickman is a Reiki Master-Teacher specializing in Animal Reiki, animal communicator, and intuitive counselor. She writes the "Ask Your Pet" column in each edition of Wisdom Magazine. Dickman is passionate about helping both people and animals improve their lives, relationships, and well-being. She has been studying alternative healing and spirituality for over 20 years, and completed a bachelor's degree in comparative religion.
Reiki is an ancient and widely-practiced form of energy healing. During a Reiki treatment, a trained Reiki practitioner transmits Reiki energy (life-force energy, e.g. chi) to the person, animal, or situation receiving the treatment. While not a direct cure for illness, Reiki can profoundly assist in the body's natural healing process, as well as support emotional and spiritual healing. Reiki promotes relaxation and stress reduction. Many people who receive Reiki treatments report reduction in pain, reduction in the severity of their symptoms, faster recovery from injuries and surgery, and increased energy and feelings of well-being. Reiki provides the same benefits for animals as it does for people. Additionally, Reiki treatments can help animals adjust to new environments, assist in overcoming behavioral problems, and help animals to overcome traumas such as abuse, neglect, and the loss of an owner or animal buddy. Dickman has found Reiki to be particularly effective in assisting animals with decreased mobility.
So if you come you must have a reservation, as there is limited seating, for the lecture, readings or Reiki treatments. As a special treat Calling All Paws a grooming facility in Havertown will be offering a free gift certificate as a door prize for some lucky attendee. And don’t forget the special pet gifts available at the gallery. Reservations can be made by calling 610-853-1215. Mannered pets are welcome at the gallery, but may not attend the lecture.

 

 

 


   
   
July

"An Eclectic Group of Art"

 

Deena Ball

Daisy Cohen

Kim Davolos

Hanni Weinstock

Katy Winters

"Impending"

Deena Ball watercolor

 

"Rotation" Daisy Cohen acrylic

"Bronze & Copper" Kim Davolos acrylic

"Out There" Hanni Weinstock acrylic

"Winken, Blinken & Nod"

Katy Winters-- etching

Opening Reception Friday July 8th 5:00 to 9:00 pm

Exhibition Dates July 8th through July 30th

Katy Winters looks over the crowd

 

 

Patrons enjoy the exhibition

 

 

“A Call For Artists”

In just a few months Tyme Gallery will be 14 years old and Tyme is calling for artists for their 13th Annual Juried Exhibition, “Inner Essence”. Tyme Gallery continues to be the only for profit gallery in Bucks, Chester, Delaware and Montgomery County to offer a juried exhibition to the general public.

The gallery continues to accept 2d media and relief work. Due to a limitation in space, sculpture, while displayed and sold in the gallery, will not be accepted for this exhibition. Paintings, drawings, photography, hand pulled and digital prints are allowed, but please, no laser prints or studies. First prize is a solo exhibition. Last year there were over 300 entries, so the gallery is limiting the size of the work to permit more artists the ability to exhibit. There have been entries from all five local counties as well as New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Illinois, Florida and even an entry from Venezuela.

The jurors this year are award winning artists; Steve Oliver, Paulette Bensignor, Shobha Meno and Lisa Pauciello-Rowe.

 

 

 

   
   
   
August  
 

Tyme Gallery

presents

INNER ESSENCE
14th Annual Juried Exhibition

" Bump in the Night"

First Place

Rose Marie Cunniffe

acrylic on paper

"Flight and a Crash"

Second Place

Greg Gardner

photography

"Old Bridge "

Third Place

Alice Chung

etching

"Garden of the Sun"

Honorable Mention

Allen Pease

watercolor with cut paper

First Place winner Rose Marie Cunniffe

Rose Marie Cunniffe looks on as owner Edna Davis gives her praise

Second Place winner Greg Gardner receives his award

Greg Gardner explains how he staged his shot

Third Place winner Alice Chung receives her award

Alice explains her etching

Honorable Mention winner Allen Pease receives his award

Enjoying the award ceremony

owner Edna Davis excited about the start of our 15th year

artist Lucreita Coleman is truly enjoying Tyme

award winning photographer Peter McDaniel came in from LA for the exhibition

Tyme Galery patrons enjoying the last of the evening

artists Alice Chung & Lucreita Colman share pleasantries

The opening was just a great tyme had by all

don't miss next year

 

   
   
September

"Coming Home"

Anne Neborak

&

Matt Willis

photography

 

 

"Generations"

Anne Neborak

"Graves"

Anne Neborak

"Ripples on a Blank Shore"

Matt Willis

"Between the click of the Light" Matt Willis

Matt Willis "Dream of your Acre of Trees"

 

Opening Reception Friday September 9th 5:00 to 9:00 pm

Exhibition Dates September 9th through October 11th

 

Fun at the Opening

 

Anne Neborak & Matt Willis

 

patrons enjoying the opening reception many red dots that evening

 

Anne Neborak & Friend

Patron enjoying the hors d' oeuvres

 

Beautiful music was provided by James Kleuh

Patrons just could not get enough

Just really having a good tyme

 

 

Dr Henrik Eger, Anne Neborak & Matt Willis

Poetry by the Pond

 

all are invited

Janet Sadler Poetry Director

Lynn Blue Poet

Come one, come all, you are invited to Tyme Gallery’s annual Poetry by the Pond. This year is very special as Tyme Gallery pays tribute to the late poet, William Hetznecker M.D.

William Hetznecker M.D. was a retired child psychiatrist, and an individual who cared for children for over thirty years. He had a love of life, his family and poetry.

Hetznecker, who began writing poetry in 1950, was a former member of the American Physicians Poetry Association, a member of the Mad Poets Society, the Pennsylvania Poetry Society and the American Poetry Society. He had published work in the American Physicians Poetry Newsletter, The Philadelphia Poetry & Literary Forum, Anthology, 2000, the Blue Satellite and others. Bill stated his favorite venue to read was Tyme Gallery while he has also read at forums such as Juice & Java, Sidetracks Café, the Hunt Club and more. Bill Hetznecker, family man, physician and poet had a true understanding of the human spirit. We will miss his essence dearly and send out our deepest sympathy to the family and friends.

The evening starts with great food, and even better company. During the meal guests will be serenaded with local musicians Bob & Dave. Then everyone settles down to the main course, poetry (open mic) and yes it is read outside by the pond.

The event is hosted by Edna & Michael Davis and it is directed by poet, artist, Janet Sadler. The hosts provide the main entree and beverages. The guests are asked to bring a side dish and of course their poetry. All interested parties are asked to make reservations. Directions to the event will be given when you register. So don’t miss the fun on Saturday September 24th from 5:00 PM until it is over.

Remember the event is free, but you must make a reservation. You can call the gallery. So save the date for Saturday, September 24th and pull out your poetry. The event is cancelled if it rains. Tyme Gallery is located at 17 W. Eagle Road in Havertown. The gallery hours are Tuesday through Friday 10 to 6 and Saturdays 10 to 4. You can check out their web site at www.tymegallery.com for this event and others.

 

 

   
   
   
   
October

COLOR-SPLASH

Abstract acrylics, ink & watercolors by Rhonda Garland

 

Abstract acrylics by Lois Schlachter

 

 

 

Opening Reception : Friday October 14th, 2011 5:00 to 9:00 pm

Exhibition Dates: October 14th through November 8th

"Flourishes II" Rhonda Garland

watercolor and ink

 

"Anasazi" Rhonda Garland waterlor & ink

"After Lifel" Lois Schlachter-- acrylic

"Queen of the Night" Lois Schlachter

"Crescent Beach " Lois Schlacter

"Mercer Roof Tops" Rhonda Garland

 

Fun at the Opening Reception

Serious enjoyment

Marta Rubel and Sculptur and Dorothy Roschen,

Rhonda Garland with Dr. Henrik Eger

Lois Schlachter with fellow artist Barbara Murray

Carol Valenti and Sally Burk

Rhonda Garland engrossed in conversation

Lois Schlachter with fellow artist Jack Gerber

 

 

Psychic Fair

&

Jewelry Party

Saturday October 29th 11:00 am to 4:00 pm

Our Psychics

 

Tyme Gallery's Celeste

certified professional tarot card reader and instructor

Collette Katz

psychic healer and spiritual advisor

Grimm Brightstave holistic healer and spiritual advisor

Donna Marie

medium, spiritual advisor and energy-worker

Kathee The Mystic Reader

 

come see the many jewelers we have

On Saturday, October 29th, from 11:00 to 4:00 pm Tyme Gallery will hold their Eleventh Annual Psychic Fair and Jewelry Party. There will be fun for everyone with tarot card readings, channeling, free chair massages by Havertown Chiropractic and Wellness Center and of course the artwork of over 200 artists that line the walls of Tyme Gallery. So come and relax, have your cards read, or ask that question that has been bothering you. The fair takes place right in the gallery. Admission to the gallery is free with a small fee for a reading. There will also be free light refreshments and of course the free chair massages.

Tyme’s psychics include: Grimm Brightstave, Janet Intutive Angel Reader, Kathee, the international psychic and Colette Katz, holistic healer and spiritual advisor and Celeste Mattia Tyme’s favorite.
Celeste Mattia; who is a certified Tarot reader medium, psychic, channeler, and astrologer. She has been on both radio and television. Mattia has been a psychic counselor for over 20 years with a specialty in contacting passed over friends and relatives, as well as solving current love and financial concerns. Celeste teaches classes in metaphysics, psychic development, astrology and Tarot. She is also a certified Reiki Healer.
Grimm Brightstave has been a reader since the day he was born. Gifted with very strong empathic senses he was naturally drawn to the mystical as a young child. Grimm is a holistic healer and spiritual advisor. He started reading professionally at the Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire from 1982 to 1985 and has most recently been a reader at Harry’s Occult Shop in South Philadelphia until 2006. He reads Rune Cards, palms, and auras.

 

Kathee will provide a clear, concise, and empathic reading. With her clairaudient, clairsentient, and empathic abilities, Kathee can feel the emotions of other people in your life and is able to help you work through the karma of your relationships through spirit guidance. Her ability to see the true potential in people helps her to assist others in seeing the potential in every aspect of their lives…self, relationships, career, spirituality, choices, obstacles, events, people, etc., that will have a bearing on the present and future; helping people to be aware of how to change negative situations, actions, or trains of thought that may affect their future; turning situations into positive life lessons thus learning to move with the cosmic flow.

Colette: Born in Quebec, Canada, now living in Merion PA, Colette have been a psychic all of her life, and a tarot reader for the past 30 years. The gift passes to her by way of her mother, and from her mother before. Colette is deeply involved on a spiritual path, and prays for guidance every day.

Her readings provide useful guidance for everyday life, times of crisis, spiritual growth, relationships and business dealings. After a reading, people feel they have the direction and tools needed to embrace their life and a sense of peace in making their decisions. Many diverse people come for readings: the businessman in Grand Cayman who checks prior to making any deals; the geologist in the northwest who consults with her before she leaves on an exploration trip; many women, unsure about the path they should follow when in the midst of making very personal decisions ...there are so many who have come and left with heartfelt appreciation for the guidance they received.

The joy, compassion and love Colette feels when she is reading she is also communicated and nourishes the hearts and souls of all during the session.

Dr. Todd May has been a practicing chiropractor for 17 years. His Havertown Chiropractic and Wellness Center will provide the free chair massages. Dr May works with patients of various needs, including, acute and chronic pain, sports injuries, and wellness care.

So come and meet the psychics, receive a free massage. Also, not to forget the free refreshments and the artwork that line the walls of the gallery. If you come the fair is Saturday October 30th 11:00 to 4:00 pm. Come ask your question and see the splendor that is Tyme Gallery.


 

 

New Classes for Adults & Children

How to Start
An Acrylic Adventure

with

Marge Feldman




Marge Feldman, a professional artist and teacher, who grew up locally, will lead you through the steps to create a painting the way the pros do. Acrylics dry wonderfully fast allowing under- and over-painting easily within one session. You will learn ways to make the paint and brushes work for you. Endless experimentation and quick impressions are both in the realm of acrylic paint. Get individualized help whether you are a beginner or a more advanced adventurer. Supply list is available when registering .


Marge Feldman has studied art since age 12 at Moore Institute, Syracuse University (BFA), The Art Institute of Philadelphia, Maryland Institute College of Art, and Towson University (Art Teaching Certificate). She has taught Grades K-12, at Tyme Gallery, at summer camps, and at the Philadelphia Guild of Handweavers. She founded Women Artists’ Forum (100+ members) in Baltimore and established a gallery for them at Carroll Museums, Inc., in downtown Baltimore.
Ms. Feldman has lived in seven different states and traveled extensively in North America and on five other continents. This rich experience is reflected in her work. Ms. Feldman was chosen by Julien Robson of PAFA to exhibit in the 2009 Betsy Meyer Memorial Exhibition at Main Line Art Center. Victoria Donohoe, art critic for the Philadelphia Inquirer cited Feldman’s work as a “high point” of the Artists Equity 61st Anniversary Exhibit, 2010.
She is a member of ARTsisters, Tri-State Artists Equity, and the Main Line Art Center. She exhibits at Tyme Gallery.

Six weeks 7:00 to 9:00
starting Monday October 10th
95.00
Supply list upon request

Must have 5 students for class to run

Watercolor

Alice Meyer Wallace
Teaches the Charles Demuth Method/Style

Alice really pushes her color

Alice Meyer Wallace, born in Philadelphia in 1941. She
lives and teaches painting on the Main Line, Naousa, Paros, Greece and Deia, Majorca Spain.

Alice graduated from Rhode Island School of Design in 1963, attaining the European Honors program and spending the final year in Italy. She has a home in Majorca, Spain and a home in Paros, Greece.

She hibernates each winter in Pennsylvania, where she paints and teaches and keeps warm. Alice taught at the Aegean Center of Fine Arts for 10 years in Paros. She has also illustrated children’s books. Alice has taught at the Main Line Art Center, the Chester Springs School, and The Plastic Club in Pa.

Her watercolors can be seen at Metaxa Gallery in Naousa, Paros, Greece.

  • Six weeks 7:00 to 9:00
    • starting Wednesday Oct 12th
    • 95.00
    • Supply list upon request

Must have 5 students for class to run

New Classes for Children

 


Shelley Michael
Instructor

Children really enjoy the atmosphere

Proudly displaying a Paul Clee lesson by Shelly

 

Shelley Michael is a graduate of Tyler School of Art with a BFA in sculpture. She did advanced studies at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and studied computer animation at San Francisco Art Institute. Shelley's art has been exhibited nationally winning many awards.

Shelley has been teaching art and encouraging children for over 25 years. Her varied projects and knowledge of art and art history provide the children with both fun and education. Shelley's love of children and gentle manner make her a beloved teacher.



Multi-Media

Instructor Shelley Michael and owner Edna Davis developed this class to teach children about various art forms. There is a different project with each class. The students not only get to learn about the beauty of art like print making, glass painting, resist painting, mosaic work, etc. they get to see and touch real art. Tyme Gallery has over 300 artists with a very eclectic range.

Class starts Saturday October 15th
Six weeks
10:30 to noon
Ages 6-10
$125.00 includes supplies and snack
Class needs a minimum of 5 students

 

Landscape from Detail to the Whole

With

Paulette Bensignor

A Painting & Drawing Class for Teens

Ventnor Pier--oil

Starts Thursday October 14th six weeks
6:30 -8:30 pm
12 and up
Need 5 students to have a class run
$95.00

Study elements of art and design through the landscape, while drawing and painting. Students will learn about composition, perspective, value, tone and color theory as it can be applied to the landscape. Open to all skill levels and to those who are interested in enhancing their knowledge of drawing and painting. This course can also help with preparing a portfolio for college. An appreciation of the landscape can lead one to a life time of creativity.

Supply List

a small canvas about 9"x 12" , no larger than 18" x20" make it easy to carry
sketch book and pencils
reference material
brushes # 6, 8, 10 rounds
Acyric paint, a set or red, yellow, blue, white, etc.
a covered palette air tight, like sta-wet palette seal with palette paper
a rag

Paulette Bensignor

Born in Philadelphia, Paulette was awarded scholarships to the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and the University of Pennsylvania where she earned a BFA. Since 1973, her work has been on continuous display at a number of well known New York City galleries. Her work can be seen in a number of public and private collections in the United States, England, France, Germany, Italy, South Korea, Belgium and Portugal. Ms. Bensignor's work is in such corporate and museum collections as Dupont Corp., Fidelity (PNC Bank), Colonial Penn Insurance Co., the Delaware Trust Co., Green Tree Insurance, Verizon, Wyeth Pharmaceutical, Hilton Corp., NBC Offices, NYC., McGraw Hill Publishing, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia Museum of Fine Arts, Delaware Museum of Art and others.

 


   
   
   
November  
 

Art Opening

Creative Interpretations of Nature

Watercolors & Jewelry

Tere Petrovich

Opening Reception Friday November 11th, 5:00 to 9:00 pm

Exhibition Dates November 11th through December 6th

 

DragonFly Pin & Pendant

 

"Full Peony" .......Chinese Watercolor........ "Peony"

 

Dogwood Pin & Pendant

 

Frog Pendant

 

Dennis Coyle


Award winning photographer Dennis Coyle

is having a sale at Tyme Gallery

Saturday & Sunday November 5th & 6th

Meet & Greet the photographer from 1:00 to 4:00 both days

Refreshments & wine served

"Drummin' the Tundra" by Coyle

"Baby Blue Boa" by Coyle

"Eye Lean" by Coyle

"Lace on Lake X" by Coyle

"River Queen II" by Coyle

"Window Lines" by Coyle

"Mardi Gras" by Coyle

 

New Workshop

with

Alice Meyer Wallace

 

 

The Figure in Collage

with

Alice Meyer Wallace

 

  • Sunday November 20th
  • 11:00 am to 3:00 pm
  • $55.00 includes model fee
  • Beverages provided
  • Must register in advance
  • Must have 5 students

 

Work from life as you combine mixed media to capture the natural and organic qualities of the figure. Focus on the abstract elements that are often overlooked and expand your personal expression and creativity using pencil, watercolor, pastels, ink and more.

Alice Meyer Wallace, born in Philadelphia in 1941. She lives and teaches painting on the Main Line, Naousa, Paros, Greece and Deia, Majorca Spain.

Alice graduated from Rhode Island School of Design in 1963, attaining the European Honors program and spending the final year in Italy. She has a home in Majorca, Spain and a home in Paros, Greece.

She hibernates each winter in Pennsylvania, where she paints and teaches and keeps warm. Alice taught at the Aegean Center of Fine Arts for 10 years in Paros. She has also illustrated children’s books. Alice has taught at the Main Line Art Center, the Chester Springs School, and The Plastic Club in Pa.

 

   
   
December  
 

Art Opening

"Hand Painted Porcelain "

Paintings & Much More

Patricia Zimmerman

 

Opening Reception December 9th 5:00 to 9:00 pm

Exhibition Dates December 9, through January10, 2012

 

Hand Painted Porcelain

"Good Morning"

 

Hand Painted Porcelain "Tonight"

 

Hand Painted Porcelain "Sweet Rose"

Hand Painted Porcelain Platter

Hand Painted Porcelain Vase

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   
   
Ongoing Events

Children's Art Parties

Josie Cooper-3 of Havertown at her party

 

Have Fun Tyme and a Positive Experience

 

Parties are approximately 2 hours long

Consultation on art project

We supply art materials, cake and decorations

You supply the snacks

Parties of 10 or more are $15.00 per child under 10 is $20.00

Payment due at tyme of registration

Minimum of 5 children

Let your child experience the splendor that is Tyme Gallery

   
 



Can't squeeze in a visit? Call us for an appointment if our hours don'tfit your hectic work schedule!

Classes are ongoing e-mail or call us to register

 

“Looking For Interns”


Looking for an internship for the spring semester? Want to improve you resume? The award winning Tyme Gallery is looking for students who want to learn and not just artists. The gallery exhibits over 200 artists from around the world on its three magnificent floors. Tyme Gallery features monthly openings, framing services, hanging services art classes and more. The gallery offers internships in three categories: students interested in how to run a gallery; students interested in teaching art and business students interested in marketing. Tyme Gallery has worked with West Chester University, Cabrini College and Lower Merion High School. Students have interned on the high school and college level. Internships are flexible and are always coordinated with school personnel. Interested parties can contact Edna Davis.



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