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Artistree/Purple Crayon is a non-profit committed to making creative expression and its appreciation accessible to our community.

Music Performances

An improvised performance with double reed horns from India, China, and Korea plus Didgeridoo (Bill Cole) , bass guitar (Gerald Veasley) and Trumpet (Stephanie Richards)
Jeremiah McLane, Owen Marshall and Corey DiMario, are each masters of their respective instruments (accordion, bouzouki/guitar and bass) and their repertoire includes tunes from France, the British Isles and original compositions.
Four individuals who are welded musically together by shared interests in many musical genres and a shared interest in developing a musical platform that didn't require vast amounts of electronic equipment to haul around and maintain.

Theatre

I Remember Better When I Paint is the first international documentary about the positive impact of art and other creative therapies on people with Alzheimer’s and how these approaches can change the way society looks at the disease.
This award-winning drama follows the tale of a beautiful street musician suffering from memory loss and a disheartened neuroscientist determined to help her.
Be careful what you wish for, as Stephen Sondheim’s and James Lapine’s cockeyed fairytale comes to life in this adaptation of their groundbreaking, Tony Award-winning musical.

Gallery

The paintings allude to the botanical garden as an abstract fantasy. They use the vocabulary and conventions of abstraction but are deeply rooted in an experience of the body and the world. In a way, they…
Featuring the works of Betsy Goldsborough (1929-2018), Brenda Phillips (1956-2018), Margaret McCracken (1952-2019)
A juried show of artists from the northeast looking to explore "the book" as concept, object and format.

Artistree News

If you don't know about the Uzu app... let me show you!
If you are fortunate enough to find yourself in the studio with Charlet, pull up a stool and enjoy.
Enjoy this craft. You can make it as simple or as complicated as you like. It is diverse for all ages and abilities. Get lost in the process and feel the joy when you display the product for yourself or give it to a lucky person in your life.