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Fall workshops and shows at Tyler Center for the Arts

The bright colors and fresh breezes of autumn call as we leave the summer months of light and abundance toward winter months of introspection.

The creative arts offer a wonderful path by which we can access our balance, bringing the gift of another year.

Creative workshops in Stained Glass, PMC Jewelry, Glass Torch Work, Teen, kids and Adult Pottery and more at Tyler Park Center for the Arts and Earth Center Pottery are just the beginning this fall.

“Facing the Bull” showcases a young girl, “Bonna,” growing up in the time period between the 60’s and 70’s.

Moving to NYC from the rural areas of Pennsylvania in the 80’s, embarking on a career as an actor/songwriter and landing a career in the music business.

This one-woman show follows “Crafts in the Meadow, “highly juried invitational fine art and craft show with artists representing a multitude of artistic mediums. Meet the artists and support truly ‘local’ and hand- made,” experience demonstrations including a dramatic live demo of the wood fired Manabigama kiln.

Topping it all off, visitors to this annual extravaganza of art, music and creativity can preview Lisa Bonner on the Crafts in the Meadow stage. The creator and main performer in “Facing the Bull,” she attended Bucks County Community College in her initial years as an acting major.

She spent many years on the Tyler Estate and surrounding Park areas.

It was these very foothills, in this Park area, where her desire to play guitar was born.

She transferred to NYC directly from Bucks and continued her studies at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in NYC.

She pulls much of the area and demographics, into this unique story, performed live on November 2nd.

For tickets, workshop/classes, membership and more: TylerParkArts.org  267-218-0290.

PHOTO CAP: Nate Willever in the kiln