PHOTO: Handcrafted Jewelry by Mischele Diebold, Sewbeadmick
Atlantic Highlands, NJ – The Atlantic Highlands Arts Council will hold an Affordable Art and Fine Crafts Show and Sale on November 23, from 12:00 – 4:00pm at their gallery space in the Finelines Building, 21 W. Lincoln Ave., one block west of First Ave., in Atlantic Highlands.
Featured artists include Mischele Diebold of Highlands (AH Farmers’ Market), with handcrafted beaded jewelry; Marge Levine, with impressionist paintings in pastel; Ayala Naphtali of Fair Haven, with jewelry; Angeliki Morfogen of Colts Neck, with pottery masks, fused glass pendants; Pam Gosner with fused dichroic glass and small paintings; John McAllister of Asbury Park with mixed media metal jewelry; Anne and Bob Milling of Atlantic Highlands with handmade glass bead necklaces; Barbara Lipton of Atlantic Highlands with hand felted scarves, and more.
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Concurrent with the Affordable Arts and Crafts sale, the Arts Council is also presenting an exhibition “Visual Notes from the Underground” featuring “lowbrow” art that will be on view at the Finelines Gallery. The Arts Council holds 4-6 art exhibitions a year, including one of children’s art.
The AHAC is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization. The mission of the Atlantic Highlands Arts Council is to strengthen community through the arts. For further information on the Arts Council, please visit our website at www.aharts.org.