See SAW: Fall Open House!

Come see SAW!
Live artist demostrations throughout the evening, studio tours, art sale, live music, food + drink. Possible outdoor movie around 9:30pm if the weather holds. Come support your local artist community!

Current artists at SAW include:
Robert Burch, Elizabeth Cockrill, John Cohorst, Lisa Ellena, Chris Erickson, Kaitlyn Getz, Rachael Gillespie, Jim Harris, Takeo Hiromitsu, Eden Keil, Alleghany Meadows, Modern West Floral Co. (Tara Abbaticchio & Vanessa Gilbert), Jill Oberman, the Project Shop / max.ink (Reina Katzenberger, Brian Colley, Deborah Jones & Maggie Woods), Carla Reed, Andrew Roberts-Gray, Elissa Rodman, Collette Spears, Michael Stevens, Catherine Tallmadge, Felicia Trevor, Sarah Uhl, and Megan DeNev Wussow.

ARTIST DEMONSTRATION SCHEDULE:
5:30 – Carla Reed (Encaustic technique with beeswax & resin)
6:00 – Andrew Roberts-Gray (Painting on plexiglass)
6:30 – Reina Katzenberger at the Project Shop (Printmaking)
7:00 – Tara Abbattichio & Vanessa Gilbert at Modern West Floral (Flower arranging sessions)
7:30 – Catherine Tallmadge (Weaving on her new loom!)
8:00 – Robert Burch (Glass blowing using his mobile kiln)
Live music from 7:30-9pm with the Danny Golden Band, Austin-based folk rockers whose romanticism and restraint shows traces of a psychedelic past. Steve’s Guitars in Carbondale also hosts Danny Golden on Saturday evening, September 30.
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Live Like Angus

Dear Friends of the Graham family,

We’ve been encouraged to post Angus’ obituary in several newspapers around the country. In researching these possibilities we find the costs for publishing extravagant, and we know Angus would rather we honor his life by using those funds to share with the programs he held dear. That said, this is the copy we sent to his home town Bethel, Maine paper. We can’t thank you enough for your continued love, prayers and generosity to our family.
Gratefully,
Marguerite, Will and Kate Graham

Angus Leslie Graham
May 26, 1982 – August 25, 2017

Angus Leslie Graham, 35 of Carbondale, CO died in a car accident on Friday, August 25, 2017 near Glendale, OR.

Originally from Bethel, Maine, Angus graduated from Gould Academy with honors and received his BFA from The New York State College of Ceramics, School of Art and Design, Alfred University and a Post-Baccalaureate Certificate from The University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth. He completed a two year intensive internship with master ceramic artist Chris Gustin from 2005-2007 and moved west to pursue his work as a potter at Studio for Arts and Works (SAW) in Carbondale, CO. Angus assisted artist Alleghany Meadows and the Artstream Nomadic Gallery, where he exhibited his work nationally. He shared his love for and expertise in ceramics as a summer assistant at the Haystack Mountain School of Crafts and volunteered at Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts. Angus also took classes at Anderson Ranch Arts Center and was an integral part of the Carbondale Clay Center, assisting, teaching and volunteering. Angus Graham’s artwork is in many private collections and personal kitchens nationally.

Angus cherished thirteen summers as a camper and counselor on the shores of Moose Pond at Winona Camps in Bridgton, Maine where he passionately shared his love of lacrosse and kayaking. Angus competed on the Alfred University varsity lacrosse and ski teams, and challenged himself to balance the intensity of a world renowned art program with his love of sport. Angus was a PSIA Alpine Level 3 trainer at all four of Aspen Skiing Company’s ski and snowboard schools and was highlighted as one the school’s highly regarded trainers, ski professionals and mentors. Angus was also a valued member of the Aspen Demonstration Ski Team.

He is survived by his parents, William and Marguerite Graham of South Dartmouth, Massachusetts; sister Kate Graham and brother-in-love Hardy Wallace, and niece Maple Hope Widmer Wallace, all of Napa, California. He is also survived by his uncle Donald Graham of Grafton, Massachusetts and his uncle and aunt, Ace Bailey and Alixe Callen and their children, Zander and Miles Bailey, all of Newport, Rhode Island.

Memorial services to celebrate the life of Angus Leslie Graham:
Sunday, September 17th at 1:00pm at Buttermilk Mountain Lodge, Aspen, Colorado.

Sunday, September 24th at 2:00pm at Winona Camps, Bridgton, Maine.

A private family service and burial will take place at a later date.
The family asks in lieu of flowers or gifts, donations be made in his memory to one or all of the following organizations:

Carbondale Clay Center, “Angus Graham Scholarship Fund”
http://www.carbondaleclay.org/support/
135 Main Street
Carbondale, CO 81623
These tax-deductible gifts will secure programing at the Carbondale Clay Center for young people in the Roaring Fork Valley.

Bancroft School, “Hope Leslie Graham Program”
110 Shore Drive
Worcester, MA 01605
These tax-deductible gifts support students in a program named for Angus’s beloved grandmother, Hope Leslie Graham who dedicated her life to tutoring children with learning differences.

Maine Community Foundation
245 Main Street
Ellsworth, ME 04605
Please specify the gift to: “Winona Campership Fund”
These tax-deductible gifts will continue Angus’ tremendous legacy at Winona and support scholarships for boys who could not otherwise have a summer camp experience.

Benefit for the Aaron Roberts-Gray Memorial Scholarship Fund

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Aaron Roberts-Gray

Art Sale and Auction at S.A.W.

Friday, April 28th 4pm-8pm
Silent Auction closes at 7:30pm

Presented by Annette and Andrew Roberts-Gray.

Annette & Andrew will be sharing their artwork along with work from their collection, and works from participating S.A.W. artists in order to raise funds for the annual Aaron Roberts-Gray Memorial Scholarship Fund.

Each year a scholarship is awarded to a male senior year student from Glenwood Springs High School to attend a college or technical school of their choice. The Aaron Roberts-Gray Memorial Fund is hosted by the Two Rivers Community Foundation.

Three $1200 scholarships have been awarded thus far. Students may renew the scholarship if they are in good standing while they are in an undergraduate program. Last year’s recipient was Solomon Wheeler who is attending the welding program at Lincoln Technical Institute in Denver. He will graduate in about a month!

This year Alex Trejo was selected out of nine applicants. Alex will be attending Villanova University.

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Alex Trejo

Tax deductible contributions by check may also be made directly to:
Two Rivers Community Foundation
PO Box 1539
Glenwood Springs, CO 81601
Memo line: Aaron Roberts-Gray Memorial Scholarship Fund

S.A.W. is located at 525 Buggy Circle in Carbondale and will be open Friday April 28th from 4-8pm for this special event. Visit the S.A.W. Facebook page for more information.

Contact Andrew Roberts-Gray directly at 970-319-9602 orandrewroberts-gray.com for more information about this event.

SAWliday Open House & 10th Anniversary Party!

Studio Tours + Art Sale + Can Drive

We are celebrating 10 years with a themed group show featuring fresh works relating to 10/tin* by SAW members and an Organic Food tin/aluminum* Can Drive For LiftUp (local food bank) and the Standing Rock gathering to support the oil pipeline protests.
Why 10/tin Art show & can drive? *10th anniversaries are traditionally celebrated with gifts of tin or aluminum. Buy handmade works by local artists and support our creative communities. #SAWSTUDIO

Participating Artists:
Robert Burch, John Cohorst, Steven Colby, Megan DeNev Wussow – DeNev Jewelry & Designs, Lisa Ellena, Chris Erickson, Jim Harris, Rachel Gillespie, Angus Graham, Takeo Hiromitsu, Elliot Marquett, Alleghany Meadows, max.ink/ project shop (Reina Katzenberger, Brian Colley, Deb Jones, Maggie Woods), Eden McDowell, Modern West Floral Company (Tara Abbaticchio, Vanessa Gilbert), Jill Oberman, Carla Reed, Andrew Roberts-Gray, Elissa Rodman, Cate Tallmadge, Felica Trevor

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SAW Spring Open House 2016

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S.A.W. Open House – Cinco de Mayo!! Please join Studio for Arts + Works (S.A.W.) for our 2016 Spring Open House event at 525 Buggy Circle, Carbondale, on Thursday, May 5th, from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Meet familiar and new artists working at S.A.W. (including the recently relocated folks from max.ink/ProjectShop, and Modern West Floral Company). See prints, glass, jewelry, photography, paintings, sculpture, pottery, and more!. Check out the artists’ studio spaces and chat with the makers! Find a fantastic gift for Mom! There will be live music by DJ Benny to entertain during the latter half of the event, and light refreshments will be served. This event is free and open to all. For more information find Studio for Arts + Works on Facebook, or email studioforartsandworks@gmail.com.

S.A.W. Spring Open House Participants include:
Alonna Bucheimer
Alleghany Meadows
Angus Graham
Brian Colley
Carla Reed
Christin Cleaver
Deborah Jones
Elliot Marquet
Felicia Trevor Gallo
Jay Phillips
Jennifer Degges
John Emerson
Kyrie Berezuk
Lisa Ellena
Maggie Woods
Megan DeNev Wussow, DeNev Jewelry & Designs
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Tara Abbaticchio and Vanessa Gilbert- Modern West Floral Company
Natasha Seedorf
Rachael Gillespie
Rachel Fulfer
Reina Katzenberger
Robert Burch
Ryan Burch
Steven Colby
Takeo Hiromitsu
5 Point Film

SAWliday Show 2015

Sawliday Show 2015 (Buddy the elf)

Sawliday Holiday Art Sale!
Saturday, December 12, 2015 from 1-6pm

Join the artists of SAW for our annual SAWliday Holiday Art Sale, Saturday, December 12th from 1-6pm. Tour the studios, meet the artists, and enjoy caroling and live music while shopping from a variety of handmade paintings, collages, cards, prints, pottery, sculpture, jewelry and more. With over 20 artists now working at SAW, this will be our biggest open house yet. Don’t miss the fun or your chance to shop local this year and support the arts. All are welcome-attendance is free and open to the public.

“Caroling Chorale” will be serenading us with their holiday musical selections around 1pm, so come early and sing along!

Fall Open Studio

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Join the artists of SAW for a Fall Open Studio on Sunday, September 27, from 3-8pm.  Refreshments served, art for sale, kiln unloading, and outdoor movie starting at dusk.  Bring your friends!  Bring your love of art!  Bring your blankets (for the movie)!  See you at SAW!