June 29 - 2019 Summer Season Gallery Premier at River Muse. Come see all of our artists and their creations. An artful day complimented by the classical guitar of Gary Walts, enhanced by refreshments, and friends. River Muse welcomes Summer with a mandala class from 2 pm to 4pm.
July 4th is the first Clayton Art Walk event in Clayton, NY where it's at this summer. River Muse Art Gallery is stop # 14 on The Clayton Art Walk. A collaboration of artists and local businesses in a collective celebration of the visual arts. Local artists will display and/or demonstrate their art at participating venues throughout the village. The weekly walking tour will be held on Thursday evenings in July and August.
2019 Art Walk Dates:
Every Thursday in July & August from 5:00 to 8:00pm
July 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th and August 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th. http://claytonartwalk.com/pages/about
River Muse introduces Healing Thor's Day. Select Thursday's each month from 5 pm to 8 pm will be dedicated to the alternative healing arts. Book a Reiki session with Reiki Master/Teacher Kim Conner and or a tarot reading with clairvoyant White Chrystal Messenger of Peace. Contact, River Muse at 315-285-5162 to book your 30 or 60 minute session. Pricing, testimonials and times available upon request. You may also
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Reiki is defined as (霊気, /ˈreɪkiː/) a form of alternative medicine called energy healing. Reiki practitioners use a technique called palm healing or hands-on healing through which a "universal energy" is said to be transferred through the palms of the practitioner to the patient in order to encourage emotional or physical healing.
Tarot reading is a mystical and powerful art that has been practiced for thousands of years to tell fortunes, provide psychic readings, and to peer into the past, present, and future. A Tarot reading can help you release old emotional and physical wounds and help you embrace the present and move forward into your future. White Chrystal Messenger of Peace uses a combination of the Lenormand Deck, an inherited deck and a Native American Shaman deck.
Friday July 5th, 5 pm - 8 pm
DO NOT miss feature artist David Tehanenia'kwe:tarons Maracle at River Muse Art Gallery & Studio. Exhibition opening is Friday July 5, from 5 pm to 8 pm. Meet & greet with David and hear the lore behind his spectacular stone carvings. David's work will be display at River Muse for the month of July.
David is an Entrepreneur-First Nations Mohawk Artist, Musician and Business Owner of Native Expressions from the Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory. David's Ambient Flute music is Internationally acclaimed, his albums have gone gold globally and he has won many music awards for his compilations. He has released 18 compilations in total including 9 global releases of his music. He has played many prestigous venues including the Sydney Olympics in 2000, and for the Senate on the Queens Jubilee visit to Canada. He is also world-renown for his magnificent Stone Sculptures that facilitate teachings of First Nations Heritage and pride. Some of his art pieces sit with corporate collectors,including Ontario Power Generation, Pequot Museum and research Centre in Connecticut; famous dignitaries such as the late Nelson Mandela, the Emperor of Japan, famous people such as Dan Akroyd, Loretta Lynn to name a few. He received First Prize for his carving entitled "Gathering of Minds" at the world prestigious Heard Museum in Scottsdale Arizona. He is the owner of Lil Crow Cabin based on the Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory alongside the beautiful Mohawk Bay of Quinte, Ontario.
David began is career as an artist in 1985, travelling to Pow Wows, craft shows and fine art shows; this helped to develop and create a unique lifestyle to allow his abilities as a sculptor to soar. David, now an acclaimed World Renowned Stone Sculptor, has won many awards across Canada and the United States for his unique and detailed "Originals carved in Stone". The influence of his Mohawk Haudenosaunee Heritage is clearly depicted in his sculptures. This has been his main goal; to educate people about the Mohawk Haudenosaunee culture and issues through his artwork. His sculptures have touched the hearts of may famous people; private and corporate collectors alike throughout the World.
David R. Maracle, Bear Clan, named Tehenneia’kwa;tarons (cutter of stone) has lived on this historical land for over 35 years and finally settled on the waterfront and has called it home for 20 years; a gift from his Father Karoniaktatjeh. David’s heart has always been about First Nations Culture and Language; being able to convey teachings through his carvings of stone and his musical abilities has been his lifetime goal and achievement. David's work will be on display at River Muse for the month of July.
August 20-21- 2-Day Plein Air Outdoor Workshop with instructor Barbara Jablonski. Paint within the Village of Clayton! Call River Muse Gallery at 315-285-5162 or email Barbara Jablonski at email@example.com Limited to first 15 registering artists.
August 22-24- 2nd Annual Clayton Plein Air Competition. Artists may register by contacting
229 John Street, Rear Gallery Clayton, New York 13624, United States
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