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The Milton Arts Guild has the goal to support area artists, both with peer group and outside educational opportunities; to promote arts within the community and area; and plan and execute various outreach programs that include guild members, students, and other organizations within the community that would promote the arts and enhance the local environment.

The Milton Arts Guild is a non-profit dedicated to providing art shows that offers original, high quality, handcrafted, and diverse mediums of art. We thank you for your continued interest in the Milton Arts Guild and look forward to another successful event.

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CREATE!
Our Current Exhibition 
Wednesday through Saturdaysday, 
11am to 3pm
310 Walnut Street.
Free to all!


Artful Touch

Monthly tastes of art for all

April 17th, 2019  
6:30 - 8:30pm
Abstract Collage 
with Sandy Daly

This class is to create small (miniature) abstract collages from assorted materials.

Things to bring:  Old watercolor paintings (2 or 3) that you don't mind tearing up, A small set of watercolors, colored pencils, (regular or watercolor pencils), a few small brushes, a small WC palette or a small plate, a container for water, Mod Podge (preferably matte finish), Elmer's glue, scissors......Any and/or all of these.  Do not buy anything special for this project.  Sandy will bring scraps to work with, metallic paints, metallic thread and needles, small scraps of fabric and lace, and surfaces to work on.  

Click here for more information and to register

If would like to host an artist at your home or business, please  contact Kathy Fessenbecker

Saturday, October 5th

YES – we have a date for our first ever Art Walk!  Artists will be painting on porches, in gardens, in front of businesses… selling their work, engaging with the public.  Also sharing apple cider in a special MAG container.  That’s what we're working toward.  This new project is a massive endeavor, our goal is to raise the recognition of MAG by promoting our artist’s talents.​​​
  
MAG members Fee $35, non- members fee $50 for participating. You may set up bin work or any other display for sales of your work.  All sales are yours to keep, no commission will be charged. 
 
Committees are formed now…Advertising, Artist Participation, Spaces (porches/gardens/etc), Hospitality, and Gallery.  Please help us make this new experience a success.

If you would like to participate as an artist, please contact
Anne Buck.

Our ARTWALK will be a contributing event to the international program - The Big Draw.  This year's theme - ‘Drawn to Life: creativity and wellbeing’ - encourages events and conversations around the role of mark making and drawing – in its widest possible interpretation, as a life-enhancing tool not only to help express and navigate the challenges of life around us but also as a tool for healing.

For more information about "The Big Draw" 
go to thebigdraw.org.  Mispillion Art League is coordinating this event with many local art groups, guilds, and leagues through the state. We are excited to be a part of it!

Young at Art!
Congratulations to our Young Artists!

MAG is honored to once again bring young artists' creations to our gallery to participate in the Council for Art Education's  "Children's Art Month".  We are happy to bring you art created by students at Cape Henlopen High School under the direction of Visual Arts teacher James Rubeck.  

Our Judge for this exhibition was noted Delaware artist Bill Patterson.   MAG awarded cash and ribbon prizes for "Best in Show", First, Second, and Third place monetary & ribbon awards, plus ribbon awards for Honorary Mentions.  A list of the winner follows:

Best in Show:  Kaitlyn Cortez for "Sweetie"
First Place:       Carmela Baray for "Big Time"
Second Place:  Elizabeth Olech for "Leaf"
Third Place:      Brian Sponaugle for "The Word"

Honorable Mentions:  
Rahul Patel for "Fruit of Life", Ella Rishko for "Holy Guacamole", Julie Heffernan for "Prince Charming", Chandler Vanderslice for "Crush" and Kaitlyn Cortez for "Chair Pastel".


Kaitlyn Cortez - "Sweetie"
Best in Show
Carmela Baray- "Big Time"
First Place