As part of the annual Toledo Art Walk on Labor Day Weekend, the Toledo Art Guild will host a two-day art sale on Saturday and Sunday, Aug 31. and. Sept. 1.

During the sale, guild members will demonstrate art techniques every hour on the hour from 11 am to 3 pm on both days.

Artwork from eight guild members will be on offer, including felting and mixed media by Sandy Blackman, watercolor and mixed media by Tish Epperson, fused glass by Alice Haga, fine art photography by Sylvia Hosie, printing and mixed media by Cynthia Jacobi, shell art by Valerie Jacobi, mixed media by Jennifer Norman and jewelry by Jennifer Rose.

A guild members table will include work by additional member artists.

Throughout the event, guild artists will give free demonstrations on a variety of techniques such as linoleum printing, copper tile embossing and mixed media. At each demonstration participants can make an item to take home.

Artist talks will feature the work of local artists Sam Briseno and Scott Blackman, and will also include a discussion on how to publish a successful art book.

Sunday’s demonstration will be devoted to children (and the young at heart) with all-day creative rock painting. All supplies are included.

During event, shoppers can also enjoy free coffee and cookies.

The Toledo Art Guild was formed in 2010 by a group of local artists from the Toledo area encompassing all forms of artistic expression and has expanded to include 40 members from all over Lincoln County.

The sale will run from 10 am to 5 pm at the Toledo Union Hall, 138 N. 1st Street.

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