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What is so fishy? There are a number of strange “albino fish” in our warehouse crying to be embellished! When will these fish be ready to start making appearances all around the Roanoke Valley? Read on to learn more.
On Saturday, August 13, at 11 AM watch these fish be transformed by two very talented artists, Traci Watson (yes, our staff member) and visiting artist, Madison Latimer, after the 7th Annual O’Sail Crossing event. Join us for fun, food, art and more!!!!
Traci Watson is a talented artist exploring many aspects of the decorative arts. She is skilled in decorative painting, murals, faux finishing, furniture painting and custom art work. Her love is shabby chic and re-purposing of materials. By day she is our showroom sales and merchandising coordinator. By night she is an artist mom, interior design student and home restoration handy woman. With her busy schedule it is hard to image she has time to paint but painting is her passion. Here are a few examples of her work.
Madison Latimer, Patsy and I crossed paths many years ago at the Virginia Beach Boardwalk Art Show. We were so excited about the color and energy in her art. We both had to have some pieces for our showroom and our homes. Patsy designed her kitchen renovation around the guinea hen art. I have two of Madison’s bar art in my home. We recently reconnected because of Facebook. J She is still painting, loving her garden and farm and driving her “chicken” truck to art shows all over the country. We are so pleased to have her join us for the The Roanoke Valley Rocks Rockfish Painting Demonstration. Look for her huge chicken truck and funky art.
Saturday, August 13th is going to be an exciting day of non-stop events for Lake Gaston.
8:15 Join the “Waking Red” MSLL team at our shop to walk across Eaton Ferry bridge in the O’Sail Crossing. The Crossing registration is required. http://bit.ly/pWNTz5.
Team members are asked to wear something red. There will be a special gift for joining the MSLL team
9:00 7th Annual Lake Gaston Crossing fundraiser presented by non-profit organization, O’Sail. Swim, paddle or walk across Lake Gaston. Beginning at Morning Star Marina and finishing at Watersview Restaurant
11:00 “Roanoke Valley Rocks” fish painting demo at Mary Sherwood Lake Living. Meet the artists, purchase their art and have lots of fun, food and drink. LIKE US on our Facebook Page: http://on.fb.me/n92KR6 and you will see all the latest at MSLL.
1:30 SUNNY, the O’Sail’s rockfish will be released at the O’Sail Lake Gaston kiosk in the Food Lion shopping center, 2455 Eaton Ferry Road, Littleton.
So things are very fishy around Lake Gaston this weekend.
“The Rock the Roanoke Valley” Rockfish campaign go to: http://on.fb.me/ovTwaz.
Can’t wait to see you on Saturday!