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Friday, October 15, 2010

Face-to-Facebook Art Show @ Studio 810 TONIGHT

2010 has turned out to be a productive year for me artistically. Besides curating and or assisting in curating a gaggle of exhibitions throughout the community and afar I have actually participated in three art shows. First my "MGM Grand" piece appeared at Erin Stellmon's Reign of Glass exhibition at the Contemporary Arts Center. Then I entered "8 Bit" a painted skateboard into the LVSK8 IV at Place Gallery and now I have entered "Liberace's Heart" into the Studio8ten show. Well I did say Zen in Ten for this year so there you have it.

Anyway, with all this said Studio8ten will be holding a reception for all the participating artists of the Face-to-Facebook 2 show this coming Friday, October 15. So this is a perfect opportunity for you to come down and meet me and all the awesome and fabulous artists. See you soon!

Studio 810 Face-to-Facebook
(Photo courtesy of Jacie Urquidi-Maynard ©)
Over 30 of Las Vegas' art talents on display with proceeds from the sale of original art and reproductions benefiting Transition Services, Inc.

Artists showing:
Carol Mittwede, Norma Ramirez, S.A. Davis, Montana Black, Laura Zollar, Mikel Patrik, Andrew Caston, Cat Rutherford, Carrie Bordeau, Christina Ambubuyog, Lincoln Maynard, Natalie Mazzullo, Colin Pringle, Gina Quarento, Bonnie Kelso, Mark T. Zeilman, ShaRose Neidelman, Kelly Patterson, Suzanne Marie LeClair, Jessica Galindo, Gia Ray, Brian Paco Alvarez, Deborah Ortego, Maria VanderMolen, Jan Harris-Arduini, Scott VanderMolen, Heather Pyle, Lisa Fields-Clark, Marz Pacheco, Justin Newberry, & Gilbert Cuevas

They found us on Facebook, find them at Studio 8 Ten!

Artist Reception
Friday October 15th, 2010; 6PM-8PM

Join us for food, wine, art, & live music by Sursum & As Yet Unbroken

About Transition Services- Studio 8 Ten
Studio 8 Ten is a non-profit arts and crafts studio providing paid training and employment for adults with disabilities in Las Vegas' Transition Services supported employment programs. Resident artists train in the design, production, and sales of over 50 different handmade products, all unique to our company, and learn the specifics of running their own business. Studio 8 Ten fosters pride, self-suffiency, and self-esteem by providing positive interaction with the community and opportunities to show off their personal talents. All proceeds from sales in the gift shop go directly back into the program to purchase supplies, upkeep facilities, and pay the individuals for their efforts. Transition Services, Inc. is a 501 (c) 3 company and all donations are tax deductible.

Studio 8 Ten
810 South Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89101
(702) 644-9418

Open Monday-Friday 10AM-6PM; First Friday 10AM-9PM
Saturdays 10AM-2PM

Free parking in the lot behind the studio.

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