THIS SATURDAY & SUNDAY IN MILFORD, PA...
I will be featuring paintings and prints by Peter Fiore and showing some of my work too; ceramic donuts, finger puppets, whistles along with a menagerie of creatures. Coffee, Cookies and fun! Join us!
The Old Schoolhouse (Across the street from the Post Office)
201 W. Harford Street, 2nd floor, Milford, PA 18337
Saturday, December 3, 12-5
Sunday, December 4, 1-4
Fish Frenzy, 5.5x5.5x5.75, Terra cotta painted with casein
My piece "Fish Frenzy" will be part of the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance annual group show, "Art in Sixes". The opening, a bit of a fun and crazy fish frenzy itself, is this Saturday November 19th from 2-4 in Narrowsburg, NY. The show runs through December 23rd. If you're looking for an awesome day trip, Narrowsburg is a fun destination-- good food, shops and scenery and affordable art, of course. More info at http://delawarevalleyartsalliance.org.
Save the Date! My studio in Milford, PA will be open to the public December 3rd and 4th. I will be showing some of my work as well as some of my husband's paintings and prints, Peter Fiore. I hope you will join us! Here's the info...
I have finally put some of my donuts from "Baited" for sale online. There are 25 to begin with and I will periodically release more. I hope you will check it out and purchase the ceramic donut(s) of your dream! You won't be disappointed. Go to etsy.com/shop/barbarafioreart to shop.
I'm very happy to have these 2 pieces in the NYC Invitational Group Show at George Billis Gallery -- 525 W. 26th Street. The opening is Thursday, July 28th from 5-8. I hope you will come by and enjoy the festivities!The show runs from July 26th-August 20th, 2016.
Yummmm.... Yummmm... Wilhamena is calling you to join her donut dream. "Baited" is opening tonight at the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance in Narrowsburg, NY from 7-9. Ceramic donuts, real donuts and a bear, what could be more fun on this rainy Friday night!
Barbara Fiore started her artistic career as an illustrator and web designer and has worked for some of the world's most prominent companies and publishers. She has always been inspired by the physical and visual world of animals and nature and has discovered sculpture as the perfect medium to express her vision. Barbara lives and works along the Delaware River in Northeastern Pennsylvania with her husband, artist Peter Fiore, and their two dogs.