The Fine Arts Center is a warm and welcoming place to visit in February. Throughout the month we are featuring our Winter Members Show of fine art created by our members. And we are also offering classes, including free drawing lessons every Thursday evening. So escape the winter snows and brighten your day by stopping by the Fine Arts Center. Check our calendar below for details.

Also check out our Month-by-Month Calendar to help you plan your Fine Arts Center activities.

February 2018

Watercolor of Skaters
  • Winter Members Show
  • Dates: December – February
  • Place: Salmon River Fine Arts Center

Again this month we are featuring our Winter Members Show, a collection of fine arts created by our talented members. This exhibit will hang in our gallery and can be seen during regular gallery hours or by special appointment. (Regular gallery hours: Wednesday through Friday, noon to 4 pm; Saturday 10 am to 2 pm.)

leather tooled desk caddy
  • Leather Stamping (Mandala Style)
  • Workshop II
  • Instructor: Anna Blachman
  • Date: Saturday, February 3
  • Time: 2:00 – 4:00
  • Cost: $25 plus materials (est $10)
  • Age: 12 – 112
  • Place: Salmon River Fine Arts Center

This class is the second in a series of leather stamping classes, which began in January. Beginning students will continue working on Mandela style stamping on a traveler’s notebook or desk caddy. Returning students will be working on either the above projects or additional projects, as well as different stamping styles. If you have questions, you can call the Fine Arts Center (315-298-7007) or Anna Blachman (607-239-7031). Or you can contact Anna at AnnaBLeataherworks@twcny.rr.com or by text at her number above.

drawing of dog
  • Free Thursday Night Drawing Class
  • Instructor: Patricia A. Tanner
  • Date: Every Thursday
  • Time: 10 am - noon
  • Place: Salmon River Fine Arts Center

Join us at the Fine Arts Center every Thursday evening, 6 – 8 pm, for our free drawing class. Artists of all ages are welcome and all materials are provided. This event is made possible by a generous donation from Drs. Patricia and Jay Chapman.