Originally Published: September 21, 2018 7:25 p.m.
Public invited to hear Charlotte and Clyde Ewalt on jewelry and oil painting
Local artist couple Charlotte and Clyde Ewalt will present dual talks on “Lost Wax Castings” and “My Path to Paint.” This free public talk is at 10:30 a.m. Monday, Sept. 24, for Prescott Art Docents in the Prescott Center for the Arts Theatre, 208 N. Marina St.
Charlotte Ewalt’s work incorporates cutting and polishing of semi-precious stones, metalsmithing, electroforming, enameling, and lost wax casting. Most of her designs include more than one process to complete a work. Uniqueness and organic elements are the hallmarks of her designs.
Clyde Ewalt is a studio oil painter, with works ranging from visually exciting western landscapes to portraits of people doing things, according to a news release.
Prescott writers explore ‘Can you tell a book by its cover?’
At 6 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 25, the Professional Writers of Prescott (PWP) will host Mariah Sinclair, an award-winning book cover designer. She will tell the group why you have six seconds or less to attract a potential reader for your book, why a book cover is like a billboard that needs to catch the attention of viewers as they speed by, and why the cover is where your relationship with a reader begins.
PWP’s monthly meetings are open to the public and are held at the Prescott Public Library, 215 E. Goodwin St. in the Founders Suite (first floor).
Sinclair has worked for advertising agencies serving Fortune 500 companies, the City of Los Angeles as well as other government entities as a designer and digital marketer. She designed her first book cover in 2001. Now she focuses exclusively on developing book covers for independent authors. Her goal is to create beautiful, engaging book covers made to fly off the shelves. A well-created book cover promises a good read.
Professional Writers of Prescott, a 30-year-old organization, also known as Prescott Writers, is a network of published and non-published writers and editors who live in Prescott, Prescott Valley, Chino Valley, and Dewey/Humboldt, and surroundings of Yavapai County. We aim for the highest expression of our craft and are dedicated to sharing knowledge.
Popovich Comedy Pet Theatre promises a howlin’ good time
How far would you go see an army of housecat acrobats or a dog playing a fireman? Well, pack the kids and get ready to laugh because four-legged fun is coming your way! The World Famous Popovich Comedy Pet Theatre is coming to Prescott for a one-night only appearance at Yavapai College Performing Arts Center, 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 28.
Featuring “more than 30 furry performers, and also a few humans,” Popovich Comedy Pet Theatre combines rescue animals, incredible physical agility, and a hysterical combination of sketch and set pieces designed to tell stories, tug the heart, and make its viewers laugh out loud.
Voted “Best Family Attraction” in Las Vegas, Popovich Comedy Pet Theatre harnesses the talents of Gregory Popovich, an award-winning physical comedian and fourth-generation animal trainer. His supporting cast includes dozens of dogs, housecats and birds — trained by Popovich’s positive-reinforcement method into savvy stage performers.
Veterans of The Tonight Show, Late Night with David Letterman and finalists on America’s Got Talent, The Popovich Comedy Pet Theatre has delighted audiences in more than 30 countries. They are the artists-in-residence at Las Vegas’ Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino, where their show was hailed as “Genius” by People magazine. Ringmaster Gregory Popovich has written two books on animal training, You CAN Train Your Cat, and Doggy Gone Good.
Tickets for Popovich Comedy Pet Theatre start at $25, with $10 youth tickets available. For reservations or more information, please contact the YCPAC Box Office, 1100 E. Sheldon Street, Prescott, between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, or call 928-776-2000 (or 877-928-4253 toll free) or visit www.ycpac.com.