Thursday, May 22, 2008

Calendar of artist events

I attended the May 21st Art Guild Meeting at the St. Helens High School art room. Present were Carolyn Curtis, Lee, Kathy Fellows, Alan Coppock, and myself. That was the last meeting of the year there because school will be closed for the summer. Darcie has offered to let us come to her house. We saw Alan's latest painting, we all shared our trading card size pictures, and caught up on what each other had been doing. Kathy had photos she transfered to cloth by using her printer. It was suggested that I add the artist outings in here that I was aware of at this point. So here they are.

May 27th there is a gathering of artists at Schreiners Iris Garden near Salem from approximately 10:00 am. Bring your medium and join the other artists. All levels. There is also a second date for that on Thursday May 29th. Artists from Portland and Eugene will be there that day.

First Tuesdays in Hillsboro from 6-8 p.m. is Artwalk. Many of the stores on and around Main street in the Old Town area have artists displaying their works. There is also Sequoia Gallery and Art Envy Supply store there. If you are interested in showing your work during first Tuesday contact Art Envy.

There will be artists from around 10:00 am until noonish in the Crystal Springs area close to Reed College and the Portland Rhododendron Garden Tuesday June 3rd.

Artists will gather in the Portland Rose Garden about 10:00 am Thursday June 12th.

There will also be a "paintout" (that includes all mediums, pencil, pastels, etc.) Thursday June 19th in Laurelhurst Park in Portland beginning about 9:00 am.

Kathy Fisher from Scappoose will be included in a group reception at Kingstad Gallery in Beaverton for an iconographic show the 24th of June.

July is again First Tuesday in Hillsboro.

The 26th of June will be a "paintout" at Lake Sacagawea in Longview starting at 10:00 am.

Utrecht Art Supplies is hosting their second annual Plein Air in the Pearl July 13th. Contact them for more information regarding that day and the possibility of hanging your work in their show.

Then on July 19th the Hillsboro Art and Culture Center is sponsoring their second Plein Air Competition.

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