Two showings of my work

From: Emile Tobenfeld (a.k.a Dr. T) (email suppressed)
Date: Tue Apr 10 2007 - 20:38:10 PDT

Hi folks,

I'll have pieces in two shows over the next 3 weeks.

A new studio piece called "Hexagon Variations: will be part of the
show, Quests, Visions & Journeys of the Spirit at the Monson House
of Art, opening on Saturday,-- more description below. I've been in
several Monson Art shows, and the variety and quality of the work has
always been exceptional.

At 1:06 PM -0400 4/10/07, Maureen Solomon wrote:
>Dear Artists, Our Annual Spring Art Exhibition is ready to open.
>Thank you so much for helping us spread the news by distributing
>postcards and posters! Please encourage your friends and family to
>come and see the show by sending out the following email.
>Art Show in Monson Features 96 Regional Artists!
>Come see my work and that of 95 other artists in the Monson Arts
>Council's spring show, called Quests, Visions & Journeys of the
>Spirit. The dynamic exhibit absolutely fills 8 rooms with every
>imaginable style of art. You will really enjoy the oil paintings,
>collage, watercolor, wood carving, photography, ceramics, drawings,
>sculpture & more - all of it wonderful and all for sale. Plus,
>there is a print shop as well, where you can buy cards, prints, and
>other work from exhibiting artists.
>The show is held at the House of Art, 200 Main Street in Monson.
>Artists' Reception is Saturday, April 14 from 1 - 4p.m. The
>exhibition will be open on weekends through April 29. Hours are:
>Fridays 4- 8 p.m., Saturdays 10a.m - 5 p.m and Sundays Noon - 4p.m.
>If you come on Saturday, you can also see the Monson Woodwacker Show
>in Memorial Hall right next door. If you come the weekend of April
>27 - 29th you can stay and take in a live performance of On Golden
>Pond, also at Memorial Hall (8p.m on Friday & Saturday, 2p.m. on
>For more information: (address suppressed)

On April 28, a live piece of mine called "Another Kind of Blues" will
be shown between 2 and 3 PM at the first Visual Music Marathon at
NorthEastern University's Egan Research Center, 120 Forsyth Street,
Boston, MA 02115 .

This will be part of an amazing event that I'm much looking forward
to attending -- a must for anyone with an interest in visual music.
64 film and video works, plus live performances, will be shown from
10AM to 10 PM. For the full schedule, go to

" Practice makes perfect, imperfect is better."  -- Paul Bley
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