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Isn't Romantic by Tom Silver

Isn't It Romantic
Now Available at Woodruff's

Tom Silver is a guitarist who explores many styles of music on solo guitar, without vocals. Isn't It Romantic is his latest CD featuring timeless Broadway and Jazz for the Classical Guitar. After playing guitar during his younger years he set music aside to earn a living, though music was always closest to his heart. After leaving the business world Tom went back to guitar with a passion which took his playing to levels he could only dream of as a young man. He now works with both the classical (nylon string) guitar and the steel string acoustic guitar to create his own sound.

True Companions

November 23 - December 31, 2014 at Woodruff's Art Center in Mashpee Commons a small works of art exhibition is on view entitled "True Companions". A portion of all sales from the show will be donated to MSPCA-Angell. Over 20 local artists are participating, they are Amy Rice, Cailyn Ferguson, Candice Ronesi, Cecilia Capitanio, Chris O’Dell Ferguson, Christine Anderson, Cynthia Cruz, Debbie Watson, Grace DiMauro, Jade Moede, Karen Rinaldo, Kathy Timmins, Kelly Ferguson, Ken Carson, Lisa Horton Marlene Bell, Nancy Minnigerode, Patty Calkins-Martin, Susan Baur, Stan Ellis and Susan Baur.

MSPCA-Angell is a private, nonprofit organization and a national and international leader in animal protection and veterinary medicine whose mission is to protect animals, relieve their suffering, advance their health and welfare, prevent cruelty, and work for a just and compassionate society. They provide direct hands-on care for thousands of animals each year. Founded in 1868, they are the second-oldest humane society in the United States. Their services include animal protection and adoption, advocacy, humane education, law enforcement, and world-class veterinary care.

There is a plethora of small works of art, all under 12" in any direction and geared perfectly for gift giving. The "True Companions" title of the exhibit was presented to the participating artists to interpret in whatever manner they chose. With the MSPCA being the recipient of this charity show, there is definitely a strong influence of animal themed art. Paintings, fiber art, jewelry, photography, collage, sculpture, prints, books and cd's are presented in styles that appeal to all tastes; traditional, realistic, impressionist, abstract and whimsical.

In addition to a percentage of all sales of art being donated to the MSPCA, there are raffle tickets being sold throughout the duration of the exhibit for chances to win several works of art, with 100% of the ticket sales going directly to the MSPCA.

Here are the works that were generously donated. Raffle tickets will be sold through December 31st.

Napurrleon by John Woodruff

Onion in Bowl by Jade Moede

Day at the Beach by Chris O’Dell Ferguson


New 3 card set featuring works by Naomi Bradford now available!
A beautiful way to let folks know you are thinking of them.
Surf’s Up!, Coming Home, Cowscape


The Wild Horses and Anima Mundi Notecards Sets
12 cards/envelopes (3 images/4 each) in each set
(L) Wild Horses and (R) Anima Mundi Card Sets

Naoimi initiated her Note Card Sets in 2010 with a now out-of print set entitled Spirit Guardians. She wanted to make her images accessible long after her Signed Limited Edition Prints were sold out and to support the art institutions and businesses that supported her work. Additional sets are planned for release over the next two years.