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.
Category Archives: News
We have officially opened signups for the Joan Fullerton intuitive mixed media painting workshop October 21-25 at the Jacksonville Gem and Mineral Society building. The workshop is not being offered to non-members until February 10th, so this is your opportunity … Continue reading
This members show opening at Anthem Lakes took place on November 18th. A big thanks to participating artists, attendees, and exhibition organizers! The show hangs until February first so stop and see it if you get a chance. The opening … Continue reading
We have had an opportunity pop up to hold a member exhibition at the Anthem Lakes Retirement Community. Click on the exhibitions tab for details, but the short is that this exhibit, aptly titled Anything Goes, is filled with possibilities! … Continue reading
The Traveling Diva’s (Divo’s welcome too) are planning a MOCA field trip to see the Frank Stella exhibit. The event will cost $10.00 per person so that we can have a docent guide us through the exhibit. We will … Continue reading
Due to a change in hours at the CCPVB, we have found it necessary to change our meeting time to 10:30 -12:30. Please mark your calendars accordingly cause if you show up early we will put you to work helping … Continue reading
Between Truth and Illusion Picasso said: “Art is the lie that transforms the truth”. Through the use of mediums and skill the artist transforms paint, paper and objects into the illusion of realistic form. A sculptor transforms marble into flesh, … Continue reading