I will miss the Out of the Box drop off and won’t get to see the exhibit until the Opening Reception on September 30th, because Charlie and I are going on a long needed vacation (more like a road trip). I did, however, finish Rejects and Techno-City, my two Out of the Box pieces. I am looking forward to all of the unique and creative work! Make me proud, GFAA!
Since we are driving, we decided to do something different. Our first stop is Greenville, S.C., JUST to have dinner
Our Opening Reception for Out of the Box on September 30th is going to be quite different. Just Maybe will be set up outside to sing, along with the Blue Highway Food Truck. The whole building will be open.
If you haven’t come to an Opening Reception yet, why not start with this one!
For our October General meeting, we are bringing back a very popular topic, the art critique. We will have a guest artist from out of town critiquing your work. This is a great opportunity to
I have been thinking a lot about the GFAA Board lately. I have been really fortunate to be surrounded by hard working, really committed, terrific people. Look at the success of the GFAA, in all capacities, these past three years, and you will have to agree.
We happen to have a few spots on our general board. I have to believe that there are many members who would be an asset to our board. Are you one of them? Are you interested in stepping up and being part of this growing
I finally decided which two pieces to put in the Oak Hammock Show. With the deadline September 9th, I wanted to be sure that I made the right decision. What I love about this show is that the Judge comes to the reception and discusses why he/she picked the pieces they picked. It is a chance to learn even more about how those decisions are made. After the presentation, and with the judge’s assessments, I go back and look at the winners’ pieces…just another way for me to grow.