News and Hues • November 2, 2018
News and Hues
Welcome to the sophiola.com newsletter. The leaves are full of colors just like paintings!
What we've been up to:
Sophia’s Constantly Becoming exhibit at the Fredericksburg Area Museum opened on Oct. 5th and continues through the end of the year. It was a great time for all and we are so thankful for the wonderful and positive comments folks have made about her work and the exhibit.
Many thanks to wonderful staff and kids at Oyster-Adams elementary school in Washington, DC for inviting Sophia to talk about her art on October 30th and spread the word that everyone has greatness and talents to give the world.
On Oct. 20th Sophia went to the Disability Resource 25th Gala dinner at the Fredericksburg Expo Center where one of her donated items for the live auction was a top seller!
Saturday, Nov. 3rd:
Sophiola will be a vendor at the Irvington Farmers Market in Virginia’s Northern Neck. Come take a drive to this unique part of Virginia and see all of the wonderful vendors. This is the last market for the season.
Thursday, Nov. 15th
Mary Ford, the Executive Director of the Down Syndrome Association of Northern Virginia, will talk about present and past issues connected with intellectual and developmental disabilities at the Fredericksburg Area Museum. Her talk is part of the FAM Evening with an Expert Lecture Series. Everyone is invited to this free event.
Saturday, Nov. 17th
Sophiola will be a vendor at the Special Olympics Area 11 Craft Fair at Brooke Point High School in Stafford. Come see and shop the many vendors that will be there that day selling unique items.
The Sophiola.com Shop!
We have added some new framed prints from Sophia's show Constantly Becoming to the shop!
Holiday season is right around the corner and we can help you send all the color, light, joy and love you feel with Sophia's Holiday Cards Sets!
Have a wonderful Veteran’s and Thanksgiving Day!
As always, we thank you for your love and support and we sososo hope to see you at an event soon!