Welcome to the Clairemont Art Guild, San Diego CA

Meeting, Saturday, September 17 , 2016

General Meeting, 1:00 pm.

Opened To The Public.

Clairemont Lutheran Church, 
4271 Clairemont Mesa Blvd. 
San Diego, CA
Parking is available in the church parking lot.

Board Meeting, 12 pm - 1 pm
All members are welcome to attend.

Guests and walk-ins welcome

Demonstration of Scratch Board

Carol McClure was born and raised in San Diego, California.  She was an elementary school teacher for thirty-five years in addition to traveling the world with the U.S. International Shooting team.

A multimedia award-winning artist, Carol McClure paints in several media including: Oils, Pastels, Colored Pencil and Scratch Board. Ms. McClure is equally adept at painting various subjects and easily moves from landscapes to flowers, portraits and wildlife. Carol's artwork is in collections in the United States and in Europe.

Visit Carol's website at: www.zhibit.org/carolmcclure

This is an unusual and challenging way to create beautiful art!  Please join us for this intriguing demonstration.

Our art will hang in Boomerangs through the month of October.  I’ll confirm the exact date for taking art out soon, but Jose has said “Halloween” which will be on Monday the 31st at 9:30 AM.

The Storefront Gallery will be available for art trade out after the meeting.

Thanks to Barbara Bartosik and Inga Scott for volunteering to take over as Vice-President(s) and find our demonstrators for meetings.

Mae Crauder-Davis will be having a show at Ladybug Art Center at 4685 Biona Dr, San Diego during the month of October with Katy Weesner, an exceptional watercolorist. Reception will be held Saturday, October 8th.  More info to follow…

 

The Clairemont Art Guild

Founded in 1954

The purpose of the Clairemont Art guild shall be for the advancement of creative arts in the community and for individual growth through association with the Guild.

CODE OF ETHICS
CREATIVITY


We will encourage each artist to create his or her own work, expressing individual interpretation of the subject.

INTEGRITY


We will strive to keep our aims and integrity above question. Copy work will not be exhibited.

The CAG holds monthly meetings, presenting lectures, demonstrations and critiques. Exhibits by credentialed members are shown in libraries and other locations. There are annual judged and juried shows at which ribbons and cash awards are given.

The CAG is associated with Mesa College Art Department. Awards are presented each year to outstanding art students from Mesa College.  We also present awards to students whose work is in the Student Division of the San Diego County Fair.



 
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