Tom and Cameron Brown, owners of the Shops at the Hub, have generously allowed for a new concept. They are permitting artists to come and paint live at the Shops at the Hub on 30A at Watersound Beach.
Participating artists can set up a drop cloth, paint live and sell their work at no cost each Wednesday from 5 to 8 p.m. until crowds thin out for the season. Artists may submit their work to Allison Wickey or Francisco Adaro for review. Respective emails are firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
No percentage of sales will be taken. FREE internet is provided, but artists must provide his or her own sources of payment processing. Additionally, artists must commit to at least two Wednesdays in a row, paint live, and tag any Facebook, Instagram and/or Twitter posts with the Shops at the Hub and whatever shop is closest to the artist’s set‑up area.
Artists are asked not to block any shop entrances. Bring a drop cloth and your own materials and easel or small table. Leave your space as clean as when you arrive. Artists are responsible for removing all of their trash.
Tom and Cameron Brown, Allison Wickey, Brooke Gontarek or Francisco Adaro may remove or revoke future artists from painting at the shops at any time for any reason.
‑ Francisco Adaro
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