Do you have plans for Friday, Oct. 12?
To build excitement for the show, Cranberry Patch is featuring a different local artist on the site each day leading up to the opening night.
“Poppy,” an original watercolor by Mary Alice Carmody-Diana, also will be raffled off at the event. Attendees must be present to win the artwork, which will be on display at the Patch table.
Today, we feature a profile on Erin Sloane, whose pieces “Potential,” “Totems” and “Making Lemonade” will be on display at the show.
Name: Erin Sloane
Education: Tyler School of Art, Temple University in Philadelphia
Bio: Erin Sloane graduated from Tyler School of Art, Temple University in Philadelphia. She spent a year of study abroad in Italy at Temple, Rome before coming back to the states to gain her teaching certification in Art K-12.
She has taught at Mars Area High School for the past 15 years. This year, with classes both condensed and compacted, she teaches at Mars Elementary as well, she said in her AABC bio.