General Meeting: Tuesday, September 19, 2017
6:30pm Meet & Greet
7:00pm Meeting & Demo
23320 Hwy 59N
Greetings, artists! Welcome to a new season of art!
Our new season has gotten off to a shaky start, with the arrival of Hurricane Harvey and its aftermath. We hope that you have all escaped the worst of the flooding, and that your homes and families are safe and dry.
Not all of our board members have been so fortunate. Some have had homes flooded, and artwork damaged by water. In addition, many of the panels we use in our fall and spring art shows have been damaged and will need to be replaced. Also, as you know, the Kingwood Public Library had extensive flood damage. The artwork that many of you had on display on the second floor fortunately escaped the water, and we trust that you have all picked up any pieces you had hanging there. But the library is going to be closed for an unspecified amount of time, while repairs are made.
In the light of these facts, TWO QUESTIONS have come up with which we need your help:
(1) Fall Art Show
Besides the fact that we now have far fewer panels with which to display art for a show, there may be some of you who have lost artwork, and are not in a position to submit anything to a show. We are currently evaluating various ways of compensating for the lack of panels. But we need to hear from you, our members.
Shall we proceed with our Fall Art Show, or wait until spring and have only a single show this season?
PLEASE send us an email! Let us know whether you are interested in having a Fall Art Show. Each of your responses matters with respect to our decision. Tell us if you have artwork to enter.
(2) New Location for us all to display our work
With the library closed, we need a new location for our members to display their work to the public. We have in the past hung our art in restaurants, offices, and libraries. If you can suggest a new venue, don’t hesitate! We would love to hear your ideas!
Send us an email!
September Demo Artist: Bob Gardner, Photography
Bob will be talking about Fine Art Photography not only from the standpoint of composition, but also in regard to photographing your own artwork.
While I enjoyed working with traditional film, the advent of digital photography has created opportunities for me to express what I feel and see through Fine Art Photography.”