Paint the Town competition

‘Fiddler Friends’ by Amy Beshgetoorian, winner in 2015 ‘Paint the Town’ competition
Twenty entries by 13 artists in the “Paint the Town” competition, plus works by fledgling artists in a class in collage at the Clayton Center for Active Aging are featured in the June exhibition at the Clayton Center, 111 E. Second St.

Both Paint the Town and the senior center classes are sponsored by Clayton Visual Arts, Inc.

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‘Paint the Town’ winners – Ian Parekh, 7, for his father, Tesh; Amy Beshgetoorian (c); Lisa Bailey


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MILLSTOCK’15 brings a throng

Artists’ tents line Main Street at Millstock’15
A local crowd turned out June 6 for artists and music in downtown Clayton.

Main Street was closed for the event – from Smith to Barbour Street – and 48 artists were selling their work.

Bombadil headlined the music lineup. Other bands/musicians include Paleface, Rebekah Todd, and Bruce Naegelen. The stage was be at Horne Square, in the center of downtown.

Millstock’15 also included:

* Chalk It Up, a sidewalk chalk art contest for both adults and children, free to enter & cash prizes offered
* Pint-Sized Picassos, a free children’s drawing booth, sponsored by the Woman’s Club of Clayton, where kids can create their own watercolor art
* The Clayton Community and Farmers’ Market
* Food trucks
* Locally made beers from Deep River Brewery
* Live performance art by Cirque de Vol Studios.

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‘Paint the Town reception’

Young Ian Parekh receives his dad’s award from Mayor Jody McLeod

Amy Beshgetoorian loves the news of her award from Mayor Jody McLeod

May art reception

Clayton High art teacher Janine Franz (C) makes a point about student art at Clayton High School while fellow art teacher Tracey Comerford (L) listens with Amy Beshgetoorian

Clayton Visual Arts is a nonprofit, 501-c-3 corporation dedicated to bringing art to Clayton. It is supported in part by the Town of Clayton Cultural Arts Foundation.