Jo M. Orise September – October 2014 Art Update

Belties and Clouds by Jo M. Orise
Getting ready for a one-man show. 
Location: The Brown Bag Restaurant Cafe, 606 Main Street, Rockland, ME.
Date: September 3 to October 31, 2014
Time: Mondays-Saturdays
I will display a variety of framed artworks: watercolor, oils, acrylics. Mostly originals and a few reproductions.
Pieces may be purchased at the cafe. Ask for assistance to remove artwork from the wall and pay the cashier.
Whether you purchase or just view the artwork, please take a card and send me a note. Let me know what you think about the pieces. I always love to hear from viewers. Critiques are always welcome.
While you are at the Brown Bag, try their great food creations.
English: Whoopie Pies
English: Whoopie Pies (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
We love having breakfast there and bring home a healthy share of their home-made bread, pies and sandwiches. Full breakfast menu makes one drool. Chef Calvin performs magic at the cook-stove. The cake lady and bread crew do a wonderful job at creating delicious, specialty cakes, breads and muffins, sticky rolls, brownies, whoopie pies, and lots more. The staff is friendly and fun to talk to. Some of them feel like family. If you get to know the regular customers, you’ll find them friendly with great stories to share. You must go there and experience the ambiance. Our first visit was in 1999 and we got hooked.

So, people, go to the Brown Bag Restaurant Cafe, enjoy the food, look at my artwork and if one moves you, don’t be shy to ask an employee to assist you with it’s purchase. Bring an artwork home—you will have something special to enjoy for years to come. Visit my website: www.jomorise.com

Jo M. Orise August 2013 Art Update

I’m preparing for the upcoming one-man-show at The Highland Coffee House, Thomaston, ME. Works (originals and prints) will be on display for the month of August. Hope you can make it. If not, then visit my virtual gallery http://www.jomorise.com to see what I’ve been doing most of my life.
Thanks.
Leave a comment. Love to get feedback. Critiques are a big part of improving one’s craft.

Jo