Friday, October 5, 2012
I reckon there is no short supply of chores and things to get done around one's own homested. But it's only once a year that in these parts all creative kinfolk open their doors to warmly welcome citizens, villagers, neighbors and culture crawlers from near and beyond!
And The Urban Art Farm is no exception. This weekend, Oct. 6th & 7th, from 10:00 am until the cows come home the pretties & paintings will be on display for viewin and vyin during the Harlem Artist Walking Tour.
(mind you, the rest of the tour opens at noon)
Remember, these lovelies are at farm friendly prices because we strongly believe original artwork grown locally belongs in every household. Why? Because art can build, bridge, restore, rejuvenate, inspire, teach, train and just downright feel good. And who doesn't want that?
Because we are up-to-date farmers, we accept major credit cards, (visa, Mastercard, Amex, Discover). And cash! You betcha!
Now don't forget, the chance to bring a little inspiration to your homestead, or that of a neighbor's, only comes around once a year!
Where: 103 W. 119th St. (& Lenox Ave.) NYC
When: Sat. & Sun. Oct. 6th & 7th.
Hours: 10:00 am - until the cows come home
Monday, October 1, 2012
Mark your calendar. In just five days, you are warmly welcome to stop by and sit a spell at The Urban Art Farm, That's right. The door's open for the annual Harlem Artist Walking Tour. There's a whole new crop of art we can't wait to show you!
Sat. Oct.6th & Sun. Oct.7th
The barn doors open at 10:00am both days
until the cows come home
103 W. 119th St. & Lenox Ave., NYC
(the nearest tracks are the 2/3 Express @ 116th & Lenox)