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ADVANCED TECHNICAL RESEARCH

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Welcome to the 2012

ADVANCED TECHNICAL RESEARCH

rustic attitude

by Keith & Maureen Boone

Wesleyan Families

Thursday, May 3 - 7pm to 9pm Friday, May 4 - 9am to 7pm Saturday, May 5 - 10am to 4pm 501(c)(3) Nonprofit


Thursday, May 3

7pm - 9pm

Opening Nigh t C elebration In Yancey Gym n a s i u m

7:00 pm “Poet of the Piano” 7:30 pm Welcome Fine Arts Circle of Honor Recognition of Jayne Pitney Greetings from 2012 WAM 7:50 pm “Poet of the Piano”

David Carnes Zach Young, Headmaster Chris Cleveland, Assistant Headmaster for Advancement Zach Young, Headmaster Lisa Hoskin & Jamie Stewart Artist Market Co-Chairs David Carnes

Friday, May 4

9am - 7pm

Artist Market & Children’s Art Gallery - Yancey Gymnasium

E N T E RTA IN ME N T 8:15 - 8:30 am High School Percussion Ensemble

10:15 - 10:30am Lower School Boys & Girls Choristers

9:00 - 9:15am Lower School 3rd Grade Tone Chimes

10:45 - 11:00am Middle school 6th Grade Honors Chorus

10:00 - 10:15am Middle School Advanced Chorus

12:45 - 1:00pm High School Chamber Singers

3:30pm Retirement Reception Honoring Jayne Pitney 4:00-6:00pm the Brad Williams Band Children’s Market (Free Activities) 3:30-6:30pm Crafts/Face Painting/Snacks Saturday, May 5

10am - 4pm

Artist Market & Children’s Art Gallery - Yancey Gymnasium 11:00am-1:00pm The Stephen Lee Band

Featured Artists

Ke it h Andr y - Bo o th # 1 2 /1 3

Baton Rouge, Louisiana Keith Andry, born in Thibodaux, Louisiana, began fingerpainting at the age of two and sold his first painting at age six. At the age of eight, his art began an award-winning streak that has taken him to national and international juried exhibitions ever since. After attending numerous watercolor workshops with such internationally acclaimed artists as Rex Brandt, Millard Sheets, Robert E. Wood, Milford Zornes, Frank Webb, and Edgar Whitney, Keith discovered that self-discipline and hard work were the key ingredients needed to become a successful artist. Keith is a Signature Member in the National Watercolor Society, the Transparent Watercolor Society of America, and the Louisiana Watercolor Society. With several “Best of Show” awards and and other top awards, Keith’s reputation has brought his works to many public and private collections throughout the United States and Europe. He is also listed in Who’s Who in American Art and American Artists of Renown and has been featured in American Artist and The Artist’s Magazine.

Shannon Haas - Bo o th # 7 6

Franklin, Tennessee As a third generation artist, Shannon approaches her art with life-long passion. Her mother, an artist, recognized Shannon’s talent at an early age and nurtured her creative abilities. She began painting consistently and professionally when the youngest of her three children reached school age. Because of Shannon’s unlimited use of subject matter, her compositions have been desribed as “versatile, with eclectic flair.” Shannon’s art reflects her love for simplistic, natural subjects brought to life with rich brilliance of color and abundant texture. This original technique, achieved with a brush and palette knife, gives her art a unique quality of individuality.

Adam Ne wm an - Bo o th # 1 9

Snellville, Georgia Adam Newman has been an artist all his life. He sold his first drawing in high school and has been working with wood and metal for well over 15 years. In 2002, he decided to fulfill his dream of starting his business, named Newmanic Tribe. He has delved into many arts over the years including drawing and painting, furniture, turned lathe objects, pond fountains and of course the sculptures he is creating now. He strives to create high-end products while keeping his art affordable by reusing, recycling, or finding great deals on materials whenever possible.


2012 Wesleyan Artist Market Program