A private tour and explanation of the Canton Museum of Art’s exhibit “Elijah Pierce: An American Journey” was the focus of the Canton Fine Arts group’s January luncheon. Led by museum director Max Barton, the program explored the artist’s history and personal inspiration, plus a look at the actual handcarved wooden panels.
Canton Fine Arts Associates sponsored its February luncheon with the program “Glitz and Glitter: Jewelry from the Ohio Presidents’ Wives.” Presented by Mari Halkovich, a vintage jewelry expert, the program featured a history of the jewelry worn by the first ladies from Ohio and was held at the Canton Museum of Art.
Canton Fine Arts Associates sponsored its February luncheon and program featuring “The Art of Collage” by Gail Wetherall-Sack. An award-winning artist, teacher and therapist, Gail explained the collage process and led participants in making their own self-inspired collages.
Canton Fine Arts Associates members and guests enjoyed their January luncheon with a program featuring a private tour and explanation of the exhibit “The Legacy of Ferdinand Brader: Drawings from Rural Ohio and Pennsylvania” by MJ Albacete, retired executive director of the Canton Museum of Art.
The second annual Springtacular Style Show & Luncheon was sponsored by Canton Fine Arts Associates. All of the proceeds went to benefit the Canton Museum of Art. Fashions were provided by Christopher & Banks and It’s a Dusey Boutique. Held in the Wilkof Courtyard of the Canton Museum of Art, the event also included live music, a 50/50 drawing, a door prize raffle, plus spring beauty trends demonstrations by Estée Lauder and Scott Talbot Salonspa.