Friday, September 24, 2021
Guest artist: Trudy Sissons
Her artwork is an expression of her imagination, well fed and developed in her childhood as well as subconscious thoughts that make their voices known through her creations.
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Most Recent Past Meeting
Friday, May 21, 2021
Guest artist: Alvaro Sanchez
We also had a brief presentation by our 2021 Scholarship Winner, SIERRA MARSHALL
Friday, March 26, 2021
Guest artist: Della Wells
Della Wells is a self-taught artist who began drawing and painting in earnest at the age of 42 and her creative process stems primarily from her personal experiences embellished through the art of storytelling into visual work. Wells' work has been written about and has appeared in several publications. In 2011, an award winning play that was inspired by her life '' Don't Tell Me I Can't Fly'', debuted in Milwaukee and has been performed in many venues. She illustrated a children's book "The Electric Train" by Nanci Mortimer. She also has exhibited extensively in galleries and museums. Her work is in over 100 private, corporate and museum collections including North Western Mutual Insurance, Milwaukee Bucks and The Wright Museum of Art. Her dolls, cards and collages are currently sold at The Smithsonian”s National African Museum of History and Culture in Washington DC. Click here for more details about her many accomplishments.
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Friday, January 22, 2021
Guest artist: Trey Miles (Sotalentedmiles)
John R Miles III is a collage /mixmedia artist, born March 2nd 1975 to John R Miles Jr. and Arie G. Miles. John Miles better known as Trey attended Western Carolina University located just a few hundred miles west of his home town of Charlotte NC. While attending Western Carolina, Trey began to gain a deeper love and understanding for the arts, graduating with a BFA in art, concentration in graphic design. After graduating Mr. Miles accepted a job with Mecklenburg Counties school system as a high school art teacher. Trey's earlier pieces focused on the aesthic relationships between shape form and color. Currently his works are heavily influenced by the political struggles set forth by society towards blacks both past and present
Friday, November 19, 2020
Guest artist: Meikel Church
Meikel S Church is a North Little Rock, Arkansas based collage/mixed-media artist who challenges concepts of perception through his artwork. Meikel started creating collage in 2013 and quickly became addicted to the absurdity of taking found images, mostly from old books and magazines, and re-thinking the pre-existing image in another context.
Friday, September 25, 2020
Guest Artist: Susie Gesundheit
Susie is an artist in monotype, watercolor, acrylic, collage and encaustic. She likes to work in layers, textures, and expressive color. She graduated from UCLA in Painting/Sculpture/Design/Graphic Art in 1974. She is a member of Artist Co-op 7 and was invited to join the Art Panel and teach classes. She partner-teaches Watercolor in Winter Session and Figure Drawing in Fall Session online: www.sfvacc.org.
She maintains a print studio in Ventura in addition to her home studio. Today she continues at all her involvements: Artist Co-op 7, Art Panel and Instructor; Collage Artists of America; Women Painters West; Valley Watercolor Society; USC Hillel Art Gallery, Chair; Jewish Artists Initiative; Los Angeles Printmaking Society; California Art League; Frayed Edges; Women's Caucus; USC Roski School of Art and Design, Board of Councilors. Check out her website at https://www.susangesundheit.com/
Friday, January 24, 2020
Guest artist: Linda Lyke
My direction and voice as an artist is focused on meaning by analyzing the conditions of the natural world and the human interventions with both saving and destroying it. Using printmaking strategies and mixed media, I draw inspiration from my passion for nature through the articulation of ink and solvent to reveal my deep commitment to saving habitat and the diverse animals on the planet.
My recent exhibition at the Muckenthaler Cultural Center, Field Notes: When Taxonomy becomes Iconography, captures the spontaneous and immediate sense of discovery that stems from close observation of avian and megafauna in Amboseli National Park and the Maasai Mari in Kenya.
Friday, November 22, 2019
Guest artist: Sydney A. Cross
Friday, September 27, 2019
Guest artist: Georgia Freedman-Harvey
Friday, May 17, 2019
Guest artist: Kathi Flood
Friday, March 22, 2019
Guest artist: Mary Sherwood
Friday, January 25, 2019
Friday, November 30, 2018
Guest artist: Laurie Raskin
Friday, September 28, 2018
Guest artist: Sandy Bleifer
Friday, May 18, 2018
Guest artist: Melinda Smith Altshuler
Friday, March 23, 2018
Guest artist: Nancy Goodman Lawrence
Friday, January 26, 2018
Guest artist: Malka Nedivi