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Crepe Collaboration with Art “La douceur de vivre a Paris au Printemps” Sunday Brunch 4/25/10

April 24, 2010

After a serious hiatus, we are going to have a Sunday Brunch gathering!

Enjoy crepes, quiches & coffee, Parisian style while sharing about artistic endeavors,
past and present. Please bring a fresh fruit or sweet (strawberries, bananas,
chocolate hazelnut spread, yogurt, jam) to go with crepes, a salad or a beverage
you think one might find in Paris in the spring! Darin has photos from his trip to
share as well,and Debra has an open studio where she dyes & felts with wools and
silks, so feel free to bring a piece for promotion or feedback.  Merci!

Crepe and cafe brunch at Cafe Benjamin - Paris, France March 2010

You can view the invite on facebook below to rsvp, or see our SUNDAY BRUNCH
page for contact information to let us know you are coming.

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balm WHITE SHOW at Signs of Life Gallery Invitation

October 16, 2009

b.a.l.m. announces:

the WHITE SHOW at
Signs of Life Gallery
722 Massachusetts St
Lawrence, KS 66044

Juried by Samuel W. Kho

Opening Reception Friday October 23rd 7-10pm

Please join us for the opening reception which will feature an interactive installation
of a 3-D painting by Rex Hausmann in collaboration with b.a.l.m., 49 artists from
19 States and Puerto Rico, including established artists such as TR Ericsson,
Stephen Johnson, David Parker to name a few, and many emerging as well as local
and regional artists.  Also provided will be hors d’œuvres, live jazz, and the
presentation of the artists awards.

Show runs from October 23rd through January 16th, 2010.  There will be 1-2 artist
talks at the gallery per month while the show is running.  Stay tuned for artists,
topics and dates.

Click on the images below to enlarge.

whiteshow front post card invite

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For more information about the show or the artists contact us here, or 785.550.3856.
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