Monday, September 16, 2013

News from the Salty Dog

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For us in the northern half of U.S. this may be THE LAST MOW
The past two weeks Artist Charles Dickinson and his long time very best friend musician Debby Boon have been our house guests...They are both a joy to be with.. Last Monday Phil stated at breakfast, "this will be the last mow" for the summer. We all saw the possibilities of a song which we called "The Last Mow". Charles and Debby rose to the challenge and wrote the poem and song, which is available for you to hear..Just e-mail me and I will e-mail you the song.  Below are the words which all you who are about to put the mower away for the winter will appreciate?
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Our next guest exhibit in the gallery is our annual photography show.
Featured photographers will be Meredith Randolph, Lonny Doyle, and Eric Steel.
All 3 have their own very special way of seeing and recording their images.
Eric, Phil's son will be bring a very fine musician with him, also from Philadelphia.
  the guitar
Dave will be playing music in the gallery the night of the artist reception which is at 5 PM on September 17th. The photographers will exhibit at the gallery until September 28th..

these are our new photographers

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  • Our Summer Sculptorsschulpturesnew cul

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For more information about Phil's art activities 


          You will see some new information and  new images being offered for purchase.

When you see a painting you would like to have please call me, Joan, at 772-465-8322,  or 772-489-1156., summer and winter. Gallery phone number is207-244-5918  

New Workshops:
Phil will be is teaching one morning a week at The Salty Dog Gallery in Southwest Harbor this September, every Wednesday from 9/12.
Call or e-mail me for more information.  772-489-1156 or 207-244-5918
Winter, 2013:
This winter we will again open the gallery to local artists who would like to paint there. You can leave your painting stuff and paintings in the gallery, so you wont need to put them away each time you paint. Cost is $30 a month to help pay for light and heat. 
We also will have live music played by our very talented local musicians at least once a month.

For Salty Dog information, please contact me by e-mail or phone.

Thanks for taking your time to read about our world of art.  We value your patronage and input..


Joan Steel