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Sunday Afternoons at the EAC presents: Cheri Walton on the process of making art

Sunday, January 13 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

The Sunday Afternoons at the EAC series, a winter offering of informal and interactive programs every Sunday at 3 pm at Eastport Arts Center, will feature a talk by artist Cheri Walton on January 13. Walton will discuss the process of making art, and the role this process plays for the artist creating the resulting product.  “I will show examples of my work from various times in my life and discus what prompted their creation,” says Walton. “The work changes drastically depending on the circumstances under which it is created, both consciously and unconsciously.”

Walton has lived in Eastport since 1998 and has been active in the art community as an artist and teacher. Currently represented by the Water Street Gallery in Eastport, she has exhibited widely. In addition to degrees in Art History, Art Education, and Studio Art from the University of Maine, she has several years’ experience teaching art privately and in groups, and also creates commissioned portraits of people and animals.

Sunday Afternoons at the EAC programs are held downstairs at the EAC. Hot drinks and refreshments are offered; donations are gratefully accepted. The series will run through April, skipping Easter Sunday. For more information, and to view the rest of the series lineup, please visit https://eastportartscenter.org/constituent-groups/the-concert-series/. The Eastport Arts Center is at 36 Washington Street, Eastport, and is handicapped-accessible.

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Date:
Sunday, January 13
Time:
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
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Eastport Arts Center
36 Washington St
Eastport, 04631
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The work of Eastport Arts Center is funded in part by a grant from the Maine Arts Commission, an independent state agency supported by the National Endowment for the Arts. The work of Eastport Arts Center is funded in part by a grant from the Maine Arts Commission, an independent state agency supported by the National Endowment for the Arts.