This past Friday and Saturday, C.cada (Cornerstone Christian Artist Day Apart) held its 6th Annual Art Show, featuring all types of art, poetry, music, a themed competition and several workshops. The show was well-attended each day and many pieces were sold or won at our Chinese auction. Many thanks to all who participated and helped make it a success.
C.cada 2016 Art Show Prize Winners
People’s Choice Individual Piece of Art
Open Art Show Body of Work
1st Prize: Betty Knowlton
2nd Prize: Ken Knowlton
3rd Prize: Ray Parker
Theme Competition: “What Will the Future Hold?”
Art: 6-11 years old
1st Prize: Evangeline Bellofatto
2nd Prize: Matthew Bellofatto
1st Prize: Wendy Brouillet
2nd Prize: Lisa Johnson
1st Prize: Debra Hutchins
2nd Prize: Kenneth R. Soar
Adult Coloring: Debby Maciorowski
Children Puzzle Making: Julianna McCrillis
We held our 5th annual art show this past October. We added our first car show to the Saturday portion of the 2-day event. Over 250 visitors had the chance to enjoy and purchase the various art pieces, Christmas crafts, and Chinese auction items. The two days also featured special music and drama vignettes. On Saturday we offered workshops on various types of art. Some of the highlights are show below.
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Our art group, CCADA, recently held its 5th annual art show–combining it with its first car show. We had artists of all ages, a wide variety of media, a new featured addition of many Christmas crafts, dramatic vignettes, music, and, of course, the car show. The turnout of visitors who oohed and aahed at what they saw and heard and noted that they wished they had the talent of the various artists. But, to paraphrase Will Rogers, “We can’t all be heroes. There also has to be somebody to clap for them.”
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Unless you’re writing one, a self-help book is an oxymoron. You read a self-help book so that someone who isn’t yourself can help you. This is true of all do-it-yourself book and personal improvement books. You might be able to gain some benefit from some of these books, but none of them are there to deal with the complete “you.” All except one–the Bible. It is the complete and eternal blueprint for our lives–the ultimate “self-help” book because the Author knows every aspect of “you.”. You may feel defeated, depressed, disillusioned, sure that no one appreciates you? How can you change that?
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I am neither a physicist nor a mathematician, but from what I have read about the “butterfly effect” is that it has to do with a seemingly inconsequential event or incident having momentous consequences. The “ripple effect” is similar in that it states that a single incident or occurrence may have consequences and ramifications beyond the scope of the original phenomenon. Apparently, these two concepts are part of “chaos theory.”
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