Volume 75, Issue 13
Refreshments and an opportunity to participate in a raffle for prizes will be provided.
June Mini-Art Show Winners
Members Fall Art Exhibit – “Autumn Awakening”
There will be juried exhibit (with prizes) at Carter Sexton in North Hollywood. For more information including prospectus and submission form, click here: Autumn Awakening
Thank You, Christina Ramos!
Our June meeting featured Christina Ramos, a nationally recognized artist who demonstrated her unique Acrylic painting style on a lovely still life. Chris explained her techniques that bring delicate light and three dimensional form to the subject, and she generously donated her painting to one of our Raffle winners.
Thanks also go to our members who brought delicious “goodies” (fruit and cookies) for us to eat during the break. They were: Clark Branson, Anaida Nipiosyan, Catherine McCroskey, KrisReinke and Midge Reisman. Diana Hartman brought the coffee.
Plein Air Painting and Paint Outs
A note from David Deyell about Plein Air Painting and upcoming Paint Out locations:
“Here are some reasons to paint outdoors:
- Everything you need to paint is outdoors – including color, value, light, darkness, mountains, water, trees, rocks, buildings, animals and people.
- The color and light consistently change and so amaze and inspire artists.
- What “IS” belongs to the camera, and what “IT COULD BE” belongs to the artist.
When you eliminate unnecessary brushes, tools, paints and use only essential things YOU become a master artist with your materials. I paint mostly with one brush and a few colors.
Some discomfort is helpful, it makes you focus on YOUR composition and ignore the distractions. I learned that from Milford Zornes, Edgar Whitney, Henry Fukuhara, Tom Fong and Chris Van Winkle.
I have information and techniques in my book “ART OF PLEIN AIR WATERCOLOR” (Available at the Autry Museum.)”
David Deyell, AIA Emeritus, Retired Member University of California
JOIN US FOR THESE NEW PAINT OUT MEETINGS – They start about 9 a.m. and go to lunchtime:
- Wednesday September 5 at the Reyes Adobe Museum
- Wednesday October 3 at the Paramount Ranch
- Wednesday October 17 at the Leonis Adobe Museum
- Wednesday November 7 at the DeAnza Park (Starts at 10 a.m.)
- Wednesday December 5 at the Peter Strauss Ranch (Starts at 10 a.m.)”
REMINDER: Don’t forget to send in your San Fernando Valley Art Club Membership Renewal for 2019. We look forward to lots of interesting art meetings and nice exhibits. Fill out the Membership Form on the web site and be sure to mark it as a Renewal. Then send it, and your check, to our Post Office Box:
P.O. Box 16404
Encino CA 91416
Show Your Art in the Members Gallery On Our SFVAC Web Site!
We have a Members Gallery where you can have three to six of your pieces of art on display along with a link to your own web page or internet store. This is a great way to share your work and to give people a way to contact you that does NOT include your e-mail address (unless you want it there). Many people who are interested in art visit our site to see Our activities, and to see the work of our members – so take advantage of it.
Take three or more good sharp photos of your art with your digital camera or your cell phone that has a camera, and send them to Diana Hartman. She will size it for our Members Gallery. Contact Diana at: [email protected]
2018 San Fernando Valley Art Club Scholarship
The SFVAC is committed to continuing its scholarship program. It will present another scholarship award in 2018 to a deserving art student. If you are able to help in this worthwhile program, make your check out to SFVAC and note “Miriam Thorin Scholarship Program” on the memo line.Forward your check to San Fernando Valley Art Club, P.O. Box 16404, Encino, CA 91416. Your donation will make a difference in fostering the arts in our communities.
Display Your Work at Local Venues
Calabasas Tennis & Swim Center, 23400 Park Sorrento, Calabasas
Call Kathy Milbrand at (818) 222-2782
12508 Moorpark St., Studio City, (818) 762-0181
Go into Coffee Fix and inquire about showing your work. No commission.
13646 Burbank Blvd., Sherman Oaks, (818) 906-4991
Email: [email protected] Commission: 30%
Moby’s Coffee & Tea
5668 Cahuenga Blvd., North Hollywood
(818) 579-4761, Email samples to [email protected]
Commission: 20%. If credit card is used, credit card fee added.
M Street Coffee
13251 Moorpark St., Sherman Oaks, (818) 907-1400
Email samples to [email protected] Commission: 25%.
Please Put These SFVAC Dates on Your Calendar!
Upcoming Art Events
|Dates||Event Title and Link||Location|
|July 7 - September 1, 2018||Pageant of the Masters||650 Laguna Canyon Road, Laguna Beach|
|September 14-16, 2018||60th Annual Catalina Festival of Art||Avalon, Catalina Island|
|September 23, 2018||Topanga Vintage Market||Pierce College|
|September 27-30, 2018|
October 27 & 28, 2018
|Pop Art Photo Show||Santa Monica Barker Hanger|
|September 28 - October, 2018||Art San Diego||Balboa Park, San Diego|
|October 5-7, 2018||Harvest Festival Art & Craft Show||Ventura County Fairgrounds|
|October 6, 2018||Granada Hills Street Faire||Granada Hills (Chatsworth Street between Zelzah and Encino Avenues)|
|October 7, 2018||Encino Family Festival||Ventura Boulevard (between Balboa and Amestoy)|
|October 13 & 14, 2018||2018 Brewery Art Walk||The Brewery, Downtown Los Angeles|
|October 20 & 21, 2018||Beverly Hills artShow||Beverly Gardens Park|
|October 21, 2018||Sherman Oaks Street Fair||Ventura Blvd between Van Nuys and Kester|
|October 21 & 22, 2018||Hermosa Beach Fine Arts Festival||Community Center on Pacific Coast Highway|
|November 2-4, 2018||Sketch Kon 2018||The Westin Pasadena|
|November 17 & 18, 2018||Pasadena Fall Art and Craft Fair||Central Park, Old Pasadena|
|November 30 - December 2, 2018||Harvest Festival||Pomona Fairplex|
|January 23-27, 2019||LA Art Show 2019||Los Angeles Convention Center|
|Artist Calls||Opportunities for Artists to Exhibit in the West||Varies|
|Artist Calls||California Arts Council||Nationwide|
|October 20-21, 2018||Beverly Hills artSHOW||Beverly Gardens Park