Friday, July 9th & July 30th @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm
The LabourLove Art Party hosted by Kelly Dew
Kelly Dew will bring her southern accent and art skills to the easel for another fun filled art class. We’ll supply the materials and a little wine to loosen things up. You can bring some inspiration from the beach/nature and a creative spirit. Make it a date night or a girls night out. Only 20 seats available for $25 including materials. You’ll take home you own masterpiece!
No experience needed for this class.
Call Kelly @ 919-593-5663 to make your reservation!
For those of you who’ve been asking for the classes on a more frequent basis, we’re adding a second class in July. All classes begin at 7:00 and run until 9:30
Come to all of them or just one, but you better get your reservation in early cause usually have a pretty full class.
Friday, July 9
Friday, July 30
Friday, July 16th @ 6:00 pm – 9 pm
LabourLove is hosting a private event for the Humanities Society associated with the Durham County Library from 5-6. We will resume our regular third friday events shortly after 6:00pm.
Come out for Third Friday and enjoy a Mid-Summer Sale at LabourLove! T-shirts and pillows will be 20% off! Original artwork from Kelly’s nature series will be marked down for the last time! Come and take advantage of this one time opportunity!
We have extended the “Wild Horses” show for another month to give everyone a chance to come and help support the NC Therapeutic Riding Center. 15% of total sales from original art work and Giclee prints go to help fund this wonderful organization!
“Wild Horses” by Kelly Dew
Clayton Oxford Furniture
Durham’s own sustainable furniture manufacturer Clayton Oxford has some beautiful furniture in the gallery including natural cypress wood dining table that will make wish for family dinners at the table again. Clayton Oxford designs and builds sculptural wooden pieces mixing handcrafted quality with an earth friendly conscience as a member of the Sustainable Furnishings Council. Come see some his newest creations. Visit www.Clayton Oxford.com for a look at his line.