Welcome to the Clairemont Art Guild, San Diego CA

Meeting May 19, 2018

 

Clairemont Lutheran Church

4271 Clairemont Mesa Blvd, San Diego, CA 92117

Saturday, May 19

Board Meeting at Noon

General Meeting/Demo at 1PM

Our demonstrator will be Sally Milne:

She is a graduate of the Ringling College of Art and Design, and honed her portraiture skills at the Walt Disney Studios in Anaheim.  Sally is a member of the Florida Suncoast Watercolor Society, and The International Society of Marine Painters.  She comes to us from Florida, where her Studios and Gallery were in business for many years.  She also has taught art in Florida. 

 

"Watercolour is both the source of my inspiration and the vehicle for its expression"

 

My work is a study in transparency and reflected light, colour and the movement of fluid shapes. Inspiration has come from subjects such as glass, ice, water and reflective surfaces. I paint in watercolour, a medium which shares the qualities of my subjects, lending itself to the expression of the light and shadow, soft shapes, crisp edges and transparent colour which define my work.

Please join us for this enjoyable demonstration!

Margaret Rangel will be having her annual show at Southwestern Art Association in Spanish Village this month.  May 16 - 31.  The days I will be there are, May 16, 18, 19, 21, 23, 26, 28, and 30th.    Hope to see some of you there.  Or how about ALL of you. Sign my guest book.  Right now I am in the Alcove with small paintings.   Margaret

The Storefront Gallery will be open after the meeting to trade out or put in your art.   Alice Rathbone sold a lovely work of art!  Please remember that you owe CAG 10% of your sales in the Storefront Gallery.  Alice did!

Dues are due!  Please send $40 (or several hundred dollar bills) to:  Mae Crauder-Davis, 2490 Etiwanda St. Apt C, San Diego, CA 92107.  Thanks!

 

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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