Mission and Goals
The MISSION of the Society of mixed media artists is to reach out to dedicated, innovative artists working in all forms of Mixed Media so that we may share our collective knowledge-to help inspire, exchange thoughts and ideas and to help others explore the never ending spectrum of Mixed Media.
Our GOAL is to raise public awareness and to introduce mixed media as an important and viable contribution with the fine arts community. Offering exhibitions, workshops, lectures, meetings, special events and literature, we provide support and opportunities for the novice to the professional.
Author Archives: Wendy Sullivan
SoMMA had a beautiful array of member art submitted for this juried art show in August in the lovely scene room at the Cultural Center. Pushing the boundaries of art with mixed media is what we’re all about, breaking the … Continue reading
Society of Mixed Media Artists presents Objective Techniques and Mixed Media … Alcohol Inks Workshop with Cynthia Csalovszki Saturday, October 5th, 2019 Time: 10:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. Place: Cultural Center at Ponte Vedra, 50 Executive Way, Ponte Vedra Beach, … Continue reading
In July we had only two entries for the Challenge project, Winner Robin Evans and Runner up Nancy Sere. Robin Evans Piece Nancy Serre’s Piece: Do to the dwindling interest in this project SoMMA is changing the challenge! Beginning with … Continue reading
The general meeting in July was a cool treat as Arlene Tabor presented her knowledge of Asian Brush Painting. I don’t know about anyone else, but I was hooked after being introduced to this contemplative and gentle art style. Black … Continue reading
Beat the heat and come out for the general meeting at the CCPVB! This months featured presenter is Arlene Tabor who will be speaking to us about the fascinating art of Sumi-e. This art, which is typified by the use … Continue reading
In June members gathered for a critique session. Our facilitator was Francesca Tabor-Miolla, assited by Susan Smith and Phyllis Appleby. Members were encouraged to bring an art piece that they wanted input for and the entire group was encouraged to … Continue reading