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To participants and winners in “Let the Lazy Brush Sleep”…no laziness here…just some beautifully constructed art works.To participants and winners in “Let the Lazy Brush Sleep”…no laziness here…just some beautifully constructed art works.
1st Place:Kathy Dolge “Fractured Face”
2nd Place Lynn Kazemekas “The Dawn of Christianity”
3rd Place Pat Setser “Today Begins Tomorrow”
Thanks to the ladies who joined me for the Gelli printing workshop today! I threw a lot at you, and you caught most of it! I’m always grateful for kind and supportive participants. I hope each of you took home a new idea for your mixed media work!
Speaking of new ideas for your mixed media art, Kathie Plante is up next with her polymer clay workshop. The beautiful pieces she creates are perfect for adding to 2 D or 3 D mixed media work.
I’m writing to encourage people to step forward to be on the SoMMA board for 2016. As a former board member (treasurer for nearly 3 years), I’ve been asked to be on the committee to tap a few of you to step up and help the organization. You’re probably asking yourself why you should do that. The answer is simple…SoMMA is an all volunteer organization from which all members derive benefit. As members, we cannot expect the same people to continue to be responsible while everyone else sits on the sidelines. So the most important answer is that, in fairness, we should take our turn in making things happen.
There are benefits to being on the board. One benefit is that you will learn how the organization functions and have a voice in making it work better. You will see how SoMMA collects and uses your dues, workshop fees and exhibition entry fees. The group operates on a very tight budget so new ideas on getting more foe less are always important. You will have an opportunity to make suggestions for programs and workshops. It is very likely that you will get to know more people in SoMMA as a result of board involvement. That was the best part for me. As treasurer, I often helped at exhibition take ins. That helped me to get to know members and their art work. I really enjoyed that.
Please think about being an officer or committee chair or an active helper in some capacity. I promise you’ll be have good feelings about having done it. I know that during the time I was on the board, I saw growth and increased professionalism just as a result of having “new blood” involved with new ideas. Contact me or any board member if you are interested in more information. The board meets one morning every other month (in the months that SoMMA has no general meeting). You may have a few tasks to perform in between meetings as a part of your role, but there are no hugely burdensome jobs if we all pitch in. To end, I have one more thing to say…DO NOT run from me at the next SoMMA meeting!
(CC) Complete Choice Framing 11112 San Jose Blvd. (coming from 295 just past Claire Lane, in shopping center on right side)
“Let the Lazy Brush Sleep”
Juried show – commission is 30% – Judge TBD
Drop off Friday, August 28 from 9-10 a.m.
$10 per piece, maximum 2, (no larger than 23 x 35), must be mixed media, no more than 2 years old and not previously shown in same county. Remember to follow the guidelines for professional looking matting, framing and wiring.
Dates of show: September 1 – 25
Pick up – Saturday, September 26, 9-10 a.m.
Opening Friday, September 4th or Saturday, September 5th, 2015
It seems we are always looking ahead. . . It’s difficult at times, for many of us to produce art when we have such busy lives. This is why you get reminded early and often that a show is just around the corner. That corner comes up fast! Our next show is at the end of August. Seems like a nice ways off, right now, but before you know it . . . BAM!
“Let the Lazy Brush Sleep”
(CC) Complete Choice Framing 11112 San Jose Blvd Jacksonville, FL 32223
Chris Kinsman – 262-6900 Email address – firstname.lastname@example.org
Show dates – September 1 – 25, 2015
Opening can be Sept 4 or 5th after normal business hours
Take in August 28th, 9am – 10.
Take down – September 26