Art + Music Scene :: Daphne’s Desserts Student Art Showcase

On Sunday, March 26, 2017 at 7PM, Daphne’s Desserts graciously hosted a gallery opening party for select art students of Linda Wehrli, founder/instructor at Pastimes for a LIfetime.

 
Daphne O'Neal and Linda Wehrli

Daphne O’Neal and Linda Wehrli

 

Students, family and friends helped with the installation. Many thanks to Barry Wehrli for his invaluable photography and videotaping assistance.

Linda Wehrli’s piano students, Aidan Caplan and Cameron Carr provided beautiful keyboard background music during the installation and party. They received Certificates of Merit for their efforts along with tips from the tip jar.

Students received Certificates of Merit.

Guests enjoyed delicious organic coffee, tea and baked goodies over great conversations and while viewing the beautiful artwork.

Artwork will be on exhibit at Daphne’s Desserts until Sunday, April 9, 2017 during store hours. Come on by!

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For over a decade, Pastimes for a Lifetime has partnered with local businesses to host student art exhibits. Students may elect to sell or simply exhibit their work. At the Gallery Opening, the students are photographed with their artwork at the venue and presented Certificates of Merit. Pastimes for a Lifetime promotes these exhibits locally at no cost to either the host or the student. Local businesses support the arts while bringing in new business.

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Pastimes For a Lifetime Art and Piano School is located in Valley Glen, California. 818-766-0614. School is open Tuesday – Saturday year round, except major holidays.

You can learn more about Pastimes for a Lifetime’s Art Curriculum, Piano Curriculum and founder/instructor Linda Wehrliby clicking the links or explore the website.

Past Student Art Shows may also be viewed online at Pastimes’ Student Art Gallery.