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The Rolling Coyotes roll into Waynesboro

WAYNESBORO - Destination ARTS! activities for the March 10-13 weekend include art exhibits and special events scheduled at Gallery 50 (50 W. Main St.), 42 West ARTS (42 W. Main St.), Through the Lens & Beyond (38 W. Main St.) and the Ceramic Arts Center of Waynesboro (13 S. Church St.)

The galleries feature oil paintings, watercolors, pottery, sculptures, jewelry, photographs, furniture, and more. All events are free unless otherwise indicated. For the March 10-13 weekend, they will be open 1-4 p.m. Thursday (Gallery 50 and 42 West ARTS Co-Op only), 5-8 p.m. Friday, noon- 6 p.m. Saturday and 1-4 p.m.Sunday.

Special activities and performances include:

Thursday, March 10

Gallery 50's Curator/Director Marjorie Tressler will present her weekly oil painting demonstrations from 2 - 4 p.m. in Gallery 50, featuring a large landscape.

Donna Bingaman, director and co-founder of 42 West ARTS Co-Op, will be demonstrating the portrait painting “Coria” from 1 - 3 p.m.

Friday, March 11

Steve Warner and the Rolling Coyotes will bring their unique harmonies and textured instrumentation to Gallery 50 from 5:30 - 8 p.m. The group performs Americana acoustic-based music that touches on many genres, including folk, country, string band, jazz and rock. The group has performed at events, festivals, listening rooms,and house concerts. They always assure a toe-tapping, crowd-pleasing good time.

In 42 West ARTS Co-Op, Patric Schlee will play the flute, drums and other instruments in a relaxed atmosphere from 5:30 - 8 p.m. The public is invited to join in. Attendees may also sign up for Schlee's didgeridoo class.

Saturday, March 12

On Saturday from 1 - 3 p.m., 42 West ARTS Co-Op co-founder Denny Bingaman will demonstrate the steps in creating a cold cast metal sculpture by using a rubber mold that he created from one of his original pieces of artwork.

Also from 1 - 3 p.m. in the same gallery, Deborah Woods, creator of Boggy Hollow Primitives, will demonstrate her self-taught technique of creating a primitive doll, including how to stuff and sew the doll and sculpting the face. Woods' pieces have been featured at the Twin Lakes Arts and Heritage Festival, the Westmoreland County Fair, and numerous other western Pennsylvania venues. All of her pieces are handmade and individually crafted.

For more information, please contact Amy Stine at 304-657-4168 or at