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October 2017 Newsletter

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Dear Members, Patrons, and Friends,

We welcome everyone to our meetings. We have many important issues to discuss and we would like input from all of our members. We have shows coming up and we have need for many Crafts for our Christmas show of which Yuki Hall is in charge. I know that we have many who do crafts other than painting. We encourage you to display those talents also.

Also for a reminder. Sue and I have been involved with the Sweet Corn Festival for 25 years. In the past year I have logged everything that is involved with my job. Many are simple half-hour jobs during the year. Only when it gets time for festival does work really get hectic. Over the years we have refined many processes down to where there is very little work compared to way it was when we took on these jobs.  If you and/or a friend would like to get involved, we are here to help. You must be on board by July. Remember this festival is what keeps the membership rates low. It pays for building rent, scholarships, speakers, entertainment and much more. If this money doesn’t come in, then the membership dues will need to be doubled or more to keep the organization going.

Loren Red

President

OCTOBER SPEAKER—NANCY NORDLOH NEVILLE

Fairborn Art Association Guest Artist, Nancy Nordloh Neville, from Cincinnati, OH, will demonstrate “Clear Clean Color in Oils and Watercolors,” Tuesday, October 3, 2017.

Original watercolors and oils reflect clean clear color and are portrayed with freshness and spontaneity. She always respects the transparency of the watercolor media and works with the white of the paper. Her oils show years of watercolor experience with the same freshness. Ms. Neville who signs her paintings N. Nordloh is a native of Cincinnati, Ohio.

She is a professional member of the Cincinnati Art Club, The Women’s Art Club and the Lexington Art League. She paints weekly with the Brushettes of Montgomery. She shows in Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Michigan and Illinois and her work can be found in numerous private and corporate collections. Nancy’s painting “Pears and Glades” was recently published in International Artist. 100 Ways to Paint Flowers And Gardens.

SANDY MAUDLIN WORKSHOPS ON YUPO

Time is getting short!!! Our fall workshop is sneaking up on us quickly. It is time now to get registered if you plan to attend. Renowned Ohio/Indiana artist, Sandy Maudlin, will be presenting workshops at Fairborn Art Association, Nov. 6–8, Nov. 9–10, and/or all week, Nov. 6–10, 2017. She will be sharing many diverse methods which she uses to achieve great results on Yupo using all water media for all levels, even beginners. Sandy travels around the country and Europe teaching classes and has taught for 25 years. Sandy is also proficient in transparent watercolor and batik. She has a degree in Art Education from Indiana University in Bloomington and owns Greentree Studio where she also teaches classes. In addition, Sandy is a signature member of Ohio Watercolor Society and the Watercolor Society of Indiana. She is also a member of the Cincinnati Art Club, has been President of the Greater Cincinnati Watercolor Society, and has won many watercolor awards. Her passion is to paint and she loves to share. Cost for 3-day class, Introduction to Yupo, Nov. 6–8, member $250, non-member $275; for 2-day class, Advanced Techniques, member $150, non-member, $175; for 5-day class (3-day and 2-day class combined), member $300, non-member $325. To register, please send a non-refundable deposit of $40 along with the registration form to Pat Dunker, 30 Innisbrook Close, Xenia, OH 45385. Make checks payable to Fairborn Art Association. Final payment must be made by September 25, 2017. For questions, call Pat Dunker at 937-562-3014 or cell 937-271-4798, or email pwdunk@gmail.com. Registration form/flyer is available in our Gallery and is attached:

Attachment:  Sandy Maudlin Workshop Registration

Pat Dunker, our Workshop Chair, asked Sandy Maudlin for a breakdown on her plans for the 5-day Yupo workshops. In Sandy’s words:

My plan is to introduce as many techniques and processes as possible in the 5 days. Below I’ve broken the workshop up with pictures to show the processes that I’ll be using during the workshop. I hope this helps give you some idea of what to explain to the artists. (Editor’s note: Pictures are available on our website, www.fairbornart.org. )

Introduction to Yupo – 3-day workshop

We will be working with fluid acrylics and watercolors during this 3-day workshop.  Sandy will demo several of the processes she uses to create colorful paintings on Yupo. Each artist will create their own, one-of-a-kind painting as Sandy guides with suggestions on composition and technique. See examples of the processes to be demoed and taught below (on our website) during the first 3 days.

Advanced techniques on YUPO – 2-day workshop

Excitement prevails as each artist develops paintings using many more advanced techniques on Yupo. Both watercolor and fluid acrylics as well gouache can be used. Sandy’s demos will provide a basis for exploration and development of your own painting, incorporating your style using new approaches. Experience using Yupo is recommended for this level. See examples below of possibilities (on our website).

FAA HOLIDAY ARTS & CRAFT BAZAAR Will Be Back This Year!

FAA members will have the opportunity to have their artwork and handicrafts displayed in the Gallery for sale on Dec. 2 (Sat.) from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm, Dec. 3 (Sun.) from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm and optional Dec. 5 (Tue) from 5:30 to 7:00, right before FAA Christmas party. Items that can be sold at the Bazaar will include paintings, photography, wood worker items, jewelry, sculpture, ceramics, fiber art, etc. No commercially made items or art supplies will be permitted to be sold. If you wish to participate in the Bazaar, you will purchase a table space and/or wall space to display your art. You will be responsible to tend your own table and make sales. It is highly recommended that you will be present at your table during the entire sales hours. However, if it is not possible, you can send in an alternative person to take care of the sales or make a prior arrangement with another artist participating in the bazaar. Neither FAA nor the Bazaar organizer (Yuki Hall) will be responsible for your sales if no one is at your station. If you are only showing 2-D art on the wall and do not have a table, you are not required to be present in the gallery. Instead, you can leave the phone number on the title cards of your paintings so that the potential buyer can contact you to arrange the sale. No inventory sheets are necessary. You set up your own station and you make your own sales!

Pre-registration is necessary to participate in this Bazaar. Please refer to the Registration Form for more details about how to participate. Registration Forms will be available in the Gallery and is attached.   Any questions about the Bazaar, please contact Yuki Hall, at 937-679-2464 or email yukihallfineart@gmail.com

Attachment:  2017 Christmas Registration Form

MEMBER NEWS

Charles and Mary Hart

Charlie had a bad fall in April and fractured his neck. He was in the hospital for quite a while and was eventually released to rehab. After two months in rehab, Charlie returned home last month (August). He is still unable to walk alone, and Mary is providing all his care while she is trying to find someone to come in to help with Charlie’s care from time to time. He does receive therapy at home, but of course that does not give Mary a break.  I know they would enjoy cards from their FAA friends. Charles & Mary Hart, 7907 Melody Road, Dayton, OH  45414.                                                                                                                         …Submitted by Billie Dickson

WOWS WORKSHOP with Vladislav Yeliseyev

The Western Ohio Watercolor Society is sponsoring “Urban Landscape Workshop” featuring Vladislav Yeliseyev. What is required to quit illustrative coloring which is a trademark of beginners and start painting like a pro? All of this and many other techniques will be the subject of this intensive workshop. This workshop will be October 6-7 from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm at the Vineyard Church, 4051 Indian Ripple Road, Beavercreek, Ohio. Registered artists will receive, via email, a suggested supply list, directions to the church, lodging suggestions, etc. Please send the registration form with your payment to: Robine Wright, 1515 N. Fountain Blvd., Springfield, OH 45504. Make checks payable to the Western Ohio Watercolor Society for the full amount due of $225. Cancellation and refund policy information can be found on WOWS website: www.westernohiowatercolorsociety.org.  A flyer including the submission form is attached:

Attachment:  Vladislav urban landscape

THE ARTERY AT FRONT STREET

The Artery at Front Street will be hosting many exciting events in coming months. The Artery is a new co-op gallery located at 1001 E. 2nd St. in downtown Dayton. It is a part of Downtown Dayton First Friday and Third Sunday events.

October 24, from 2pm to 4pm, High Tea

– featuring four types of tea, exceptional pastries, and finger sandwiches. During this event, the guest speaker, Sally Struthers, Ph.D will present a talk on “Roman Art”.  Sally Struthers, Ph.D is an art historian, retired from Sinclair Community College, where she served as an art history professor, department chair and dean, and is now pursuing other interests, including still teaching at Sinclair, and also teaching at her alma mater, Wright State University. The price for this event is $25. For more information or to reserve a spot, please call Mary Clifford at 937-438-8712. Space is limited, so register early to secure your spot.

Nov. 3, from 5pm – 9pm, Annual The ARTery Holiday Season Gala

– with music, refreshments, treats and great art gift ideas.

Nov. 25, from 1pm to 4pm, HolidayWorkshop

The ARTery artists will show how to make your own cards, ornaments, and wrapping paper.

REMINDERS

The following people signed up to bring refreshments to the October meeting:  Clarice Moore, Ed Vance, Connie Gifford, Yuki Hall, Billie Dickson, Linda Keller, Connie Weber, and Cheryl Miracle. Thank you for volunteering.

Our next meeting will be Tuesday, November 7, 2017, at 7:00 pm. The deadline for submitting articles to be included in the November Newsletter is Monday, October 20, 2017.  Please email your articles to Albright10@msn.com or call Jackie Albright at 937-233-7532.

 

September 2017 Newsletter

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Dear Members, Patrons, and Friends,

Greetings. Fall is just around the corner and already we are having cooler mornings and evenings. Before you know it, September 5th will be here for our first meeting after the summer off. As your new President, I invite you to attend this meeting to get back into the swing of things. The Board will meet at 6 pm and the members’ meeting will begin at 7 pm. Pat Dunker will be the demo artist as well as having her paintings on display in the Gallery. Refreshments will be provided by the Board members.

We have a lot on our plates for this year and we will get through it. If you have anything you would like the Board to discuss, please get it to me by the Friday before the meeting. Call 937-879-3238 or email my wife at suered@sbcglobal.net.

Another Sweet Corn Festival behind us and we are already starting to work on next year’s! Thanks to all who helped in any way. Currently we are looking for someone to take over my job. I have written notes on what to do and when and how to do it. It is much easier than it has been in many past years. My wife and I have been involved for over 25 years and it is time someone younger took over. This brings in our money to run the art association. It pays our bills, scholarships, and artists that we bring in during the year. Preliminary figures show how successful this year’s show was:  9,000 ears of cooked corn were sold; 1,550 chicken halves were sold; 106 cases (2,544 bottles) of ICB root beer were sold; our booth – 198 watermelons (approximately 2,000 cups) were sold; kettle corn vendor went through 575 pounds of popcorn; several craft vendors reported 1-1/2 to 2 times the sales from the previous year.  Again, thanks to all who helped in any way.

Loren Red

President

SEPTEMBER SPEAKER—PAT DUNKER

Pat’s demo will be the use alcohol inks in art. Since Pat became an artist, she has become more “in tune” to the wonder and beauty of all God’s creations.  Although Pat started painting when her husband was in the Air Force, she didn’t pursue it rigorously until she and Kirk started going to Florida for the winter. There she met Frank Covino, a Master of oil painting and teaching others to paint like the Old Masters. It changed her painting and her life. Through Frank’s tutoring, she became proficient enough to be invited to paint in the Louvre in Paris in 2010. She painted “Madame Pasteur” by Baron Jean Baptiste Gross. Thousands paint in the Louvre each year but every 2 years about 130 people are invited to bring their paintings back to Paris for a special exhibition and Pat was invited to do this in 2012, one of the best experiences of her painting career. In 2016, she received a scholarship to paint plein aire oils in Southern France. Pat continued to develop and learn new techniques in oil, watercolor, acrylics, and alcohol inks with such well known artists as Frank Covino, David Leffell, Gayle Bennett in oil; plus Louise Jackson, Birgit O’Connor, Janet Rogers, Anne Abgott, Sterling Edwards, Fred Graff, Joe Fettingis, Mitchell Tolle, Suzanna Winton, and Jean Haines in watercolor; plus Cathy Taylor in alcohol inks. Pat has been involved in many art organizations and is currently Workshop Coordinator for Fairborn Art Association, Treasurer for Western Ohio Watercolor Society, plus is a member of Bonita Springs Art Association, Cape Coral Art League, and SW Florida Portrait Society in Florida.

ART SUPPLIES SALE

Come early to our September meeting for a chance to buy or sell second-hand art supplies, which will be displayed on the table by the window. The Gallery will open at 5:30 pm for you to bring your art supplies to sell or look over what is available to buy. Please, no artwork to be sold at this time. Each person will price his/her own products and conduct sales. The Fairborn Art Association does not charge a commission, so you keep any money you make on sales.

SANDY MAUDLIN WORKSHOPS

Exciting news!!!! Renowned Ohio/Indiana artist, Sandy Maudlin, will be presenting workshops at Fairborn Art Association, Nov. 6–8, Nov. 9–10, and/or all week, Nov. 6–10, 2017. She will be sharing many diverse methods which she uses to achieve great results on Yupo using all water media for all levels, even beginners. Sandy travels around the country and Europe teaching classes and has taught for 25 years. Sandy is also proficient in transparent watercolor and batik. She has a degree in Art Education from Indiana University in Bloomington and owns Greentree Studio where she also teaches classes. In addition, Sandy is a signature member of Ohio Watercolor Society and the Watercolor Society of Indiana. She is also a member of the Cincinnati Art Club, has been President of the Greater Cincinnati Watercolor Society, and has won many watercolor awards. Her passion is to paint and she loves to share. Cost for 3-day class, Introduction to Yupo, Nov. 6–8, member $250, non-member $275; for 2-day class, Advanced Techniques, member $150, non-member, $175; for 5-day class (3-day and 2-day class combined), member $300, non-member $325. To register, please send a non-refundable deposit of $40 along with the registration form to Pat Dunker, 30 Innisbrook Close, Xenia, OH 45385. Make checks payable to Fairborn Art Association. Final payment must be made by September 25, 2017. For questions, call Pat Dunker at 937-562-3014 or cell 937-271-4798, or email pwdunk@gmail.com. Registration form/flyer is available in our Gallery and is attached.

Attachment:  Sandy Maudlin Workshop Registration

Pat Dunker, our Workshop Chair, asked Sandy Maudlin for a breakdown on her plans for the 5-day Yupo workshops. In Sandy’s words:

My plan is to introduce as many techniques and processes as possible in the 5 days. Below I’ve broken the workshop up with pictures to show the processes that I’ll be using during the workshop. I hope this helps give you some idea of what to explain to the artists.

Introduction to Yupo – 3-day workshop

We will be working with fluid acrylics and watercolors during this 3-day workshop.  Sandy will demo several of the processes she uses to create colorful paintings on Yupo. Each artist will create their own, one-of-a-kind painting as Sandy guides with suggestions on composition and technique. See examples of the processes to be demoed and taught below during the first 3 days.

Advanced techniques on YUPO – 2-day workshop

Excitement prevails as each artist develops paintings using many more advanced techniques on Yupo. Both watercolor and fluid acrylics as well gouache can be used. Sandy’s demos will provide a basis for exploration and development of your own painting, incorporating your style using new approaches. Experience using Yupo is recommended for this level. See examples below of possibilities.

LOUISE JACKSON WATERCOLOR CLASSES

You are invited to three all-day watercolor classes taught by Louise Jackson at Fairborn Art Association on three Mondays – September 11, 18 and 25.You may pick up a photo and more information in the gallery or contact Louise at 937-886-5238. Day one will be a Dramatic Sunflower. Day two will be Lace, Glass and a Rose. Day three will be a floral painting of Angel Trumpets. Time is 10 till 3:30. Cost is $40 per day or $115 for all three days. This includes photos, paint, written instructions, and a drawing. Registration is required. Form is available in the Gallery and is attached.

Attachment:  Louise Jackson Paint All Day Fall 2017

ART SHOWS

FAA Members’ Fine Art Show Prize Winners, May 2017

Judge: Suzanna Winton, (May Workshop Instructor). Best of Show:  Yuki Hall – Fourth Street (Sandy Kinnamon Memorial Award); First Place: M J White – Black Dog (Joan McCoy Memorial Award); Second Place: Jean Lutz – Art From the Past; Third Place: Patty Dorn – Out on the Town; Honorable Mentions: Rose Schultz – True Colors; Sue Seitz – Courage; Carylon Seger – Spring; Sheryl Scott – The Peaceful Road; Shirlee Bauer – Hello Grandma; Connie Gifford – Circus Fantasy; Tom Kinarney – Jenny; Patricia Dunker – Keylo Emerging; Judge’s Merit Award: Louise Jackson – Green Glass and Lace, Sue Brezine – Barn Owl; Deborah Dixon – Alchemy I; Babs Ney – Trumpet Flower; Dotty Crowley – Out West; Elizabeth Martin – American Indian; Peggy Bowman – Grand Canyon; Esther Grimm – Far Beyond Our Vision

B-W Greenway & FAA Landscape 2017 Prize Winners, July 2016

Judge: Jean Koeller, (Stivers School for the Arts Instructor). 1st Place Award: Shirlee Bauer – Golden Spring Fields; 2nd Place Award: Susie King – Wetlands 2; 3rd Place Award: Abigail Little – Mad Maple; Merit Awards: Anita Wilson – Estel Wenrick Wetlands; Kim Ceccarelli – A Certain Kinship; Elizabeth Beecher – Fireweed Dance; Rhonda Sloan – Daisyland; Patricia Dunker – Natures’s World; Ed Lehman – Wenrick, Early Spring; Shari Little – Wenrick Beauty; Diana Hoke – Beaverpond, Medway; Jim Little – Riffle

Ohio Watercolor Society (OWS)

Several of our members were selected to participate in “Watercolor Ohio 2017,” the 40th Annual Juried Exhibition of the Ohio Watercolor Society. Juror for the show was Mary Whyte, well-known watercolor artist. Chosen for the exhibition were 77 paintings from 265 entries submitted by 165 artists. Our members selected included Shirlee Bauer – Overlooking Brighton Pier; Aileen Cave – Tangle; Billie Dickson – Little Beavercreek; Connie Gifford – Point Reyes Lighthouse; Yuki Hall – Fourth Street; Diana Hoke – Stocken; and Rose Schultz – True Colors. Aileen Cave and Diana Hoke received awards for their paintings. Aileen Cave, Connie Gifford, and Diana Hoke were selected to participate in the Ohio 2017 Travel Exhibition. The main exhibition is open to the public starting June 30, 2017 through September 10, 2017, at the Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, Ohio. The travel show includes 40 works, including all award winners, and will be exhibited in museums, art centers, and galleries throughout the state in 2017 (destinations to be announced later). Congratulations to all our members selected for this prestigious honor.

CALLING ALL ARTISTS!  Enter Our Calendar Contest

Montgomery County students will show off their creative skills and learn about the environment during the annual Environmental Calendar Drawing and Poetry Contest, which challenges students to create artwork and poems about environmental topics. Winning artwork and poems will be featured in the 2018 Montgomery County Environmental Services Calendar. Additional prizes will be awarded to winning participants during an awards reception in the fall. To participate, fill out an entry form at www.mcswd.org. Deadline is September 29, 2017.  For more information, contact Lorelei Hagans at 937-781-3065. (Entry form is attached.)

Attachment: 2018 Calendar Brochure

REMINDERS

Refreshments for the September meeting will be provided by our Board Members. Please come and enjoy good food and good company.

Our next meeting will be Tuesday, October 3, 2017, at 7:00 pm. The deadline for submitting articles to be included in the October Newsletter is Monday, October 18, 2017. Please email your articles to Albright10@msn.com or call Jackie Albright at 937-233-7532.

Handpainted China Show and Sale

The Miami Valley Porcelain Art Guild is sponsoring the Ohio WOCP 2017 Show and Convention this week at Yankee Trace Golf Course, 10000 Yankee St., Centerville, OH 45458. If you are in the area, stop in. The china is beautiful.

Louise Jackson Watercolor Classes

You are invited to three all day watercolor classes taught by Louise Jackson at Fairborn Art Association on three Mondays on September 11, 18 and 25. For more information, contact Louise at 937-886-5238. Day one will be a Dramatic Sunflower. Day two will be Lace, Glass and a Rose. Day three will be a floral painting of Angel Trumpets. Time is 10 till 3:30. Cost is $40 per day or $115 for all three days. This includes photos, paint and written instructions and a drawing. Registration is required.

Registration Form Attached:  Louise Jackson Paint All Day Fall 2017

Landscapes2017

Landscapes2017 is a juried art exhibition presented as a collaboration between B-W Greenway

Community Land Trust & Fairborn Art Association. It was established to heighten public awareness

of our local greenspaces and the need to preserve them, as well as to foster an interest in nature as

inspiration for art.

Each year since 2010 a different location in the Fairborn, OH, area has been chosen as the subject

for artwork. The 2017 locations are Estel Wenrick Wetlands and Cantrel property. See map and

directions to these sites inside the brochure. (Attached)

The judge for Landscapes2017 is Ms. Jean Koeller. Jean teaches painting at Stivers School for Arts.

She received her BFA from Wright State University, and  she also attended Skowhegan School of

Painting and Sculpture as an undergraduate. Her MFA in painting was granted by Parsons School

of Art and Design where she studied with Leland Bell and Paul Resika.

TIMELINE

Until June 30, 2017- Painting in Estel Wenrick Wetlands or the Mad River Entrance

July 2, 1-3 pm & 5-7 pm – Work accepted at Fairborn Art Assn.

July 9, 2-4 pm – Opening Reception with prizes awarded at 3pm –

Cash prizes total $300

Exhibition open to the public

Sundays, July 9, 16, & 23

July 23, 4-5pm – Artists to pick up work at Fairborn Art Assn.

For more information, please contact:

Bob Coates, 937-689-4855, bobctwin@woh.rr.com

Marti Riddle, 9337-879-4855, mriddle1286@gmail.com

 

Attachment:  Landscape2017_flyer (pdf file. To print, make sure your printer is set for landscape

printing.)

June 2017 Newsletter

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Dear Members and Patrons,

It has been my pleasure to serve you for 3 years, 1 year and ½ as Vice President and 1 year and ½ as your President. I want to thank the many volunteers that helped make these 3 years a success. Your Board does a fabulous job to make everything go smoothly. Special thanks to all of the Corn Festival chair people and volunteers which is our great financial support system. Thanks also to the committee chair people that are willing to take on the responsibility of making our art shows and workshops go smoothly. Thanks to the people that keep up with publicity and our web site and archive our photos. Thanks also to the people that set up our room for meetings and serve our snacks and repair and renew our equipment. Thanks also to all of you that help clean up after our events and participate in them. We all serve in one way or another. It does take a village to make FAA what it is. I wish the new Board and committee members a very pleasant and successful year as well as a fun year to all of our members. Our next meeting is June 6th at 7 pm and our board meeting is at 6 pm.

Louise Jackson

President

MEETING JUNE 6, 2017—SOCIAL

Get ready to party–lots of food and fun. Also, lots of last minute business. We will have Skip Hoyt returning to play guitar and sing oldies and goodies, plus anything you request. We will present three scholarships to students this year due to a contribution and fund matching by FAA. Scholarship winners are Callie Smith, Yellow Springs High School;  Elisha Harney, Yellow Springs High School; and Kimberlee Newland, Northwestern/Clark Tech Center. We will have installation of our new Board members, introduction of the King and Queen of the Sweet Corn Festival, and voting and awards for the Popular Choice selections of the paintings on display in the Gallery. Please bring a covered dish, snack, or dessert for the group to enjoy.

POPULAR CHOICE AWARDS—You be the Judge!

Each member may bring one or two paintings or other artwork for the Popular Choice Judging. Registration will be from 6 to 7 pm. As members arrive, each piece of artwork will be given a number. At break time, everyone present may vote for his/her favorite three pieces of artwork. Ribbons and cash prizes will be awarded for the artwork receiving the most votes. Awards to be given for First Place – $50, Second Place – $40, Third Place – $30, Six Honorable Mention Awards at $20 and Six Merit Awards at $10. You must be present to win a Popular Choice award. Please take your artwork home with you after the meeting; there will be a show in the gallery in July and classes as well.

2017/2018 BOARD OF DIRECTORS

The following officers were elected at the May meeting to serve on the 2017/2018 Board of Directors of the Fairborn Art Association:

President:  Loren Red                        Vice President:  Fran Watson

Treasurer:  Sue Red                            Recording Secretary:  Sheryl Scott

Corresponding Secretary:  Jackie Albright

Installation of Officers will take place at the June meeting.

F.A.A. MEMBERSHIP DUES

Fairborn Art Association Membership dues for 2017/2018 are due by June 1, 2017 for you to be able to participate in our activities for the coming year. Our membership year begins on June 1 and runs until May 31 of the following year. Please complete a membership form to allow us to have the latest information about you. This helps us to schedule speakers, workshops, and other activities. We would also like to have your email address to enable us to reach you quickly in case of weather emergencies, etc. Also, someone must hand-stuff regular mail and take it to the post office and this takes a lot of time and effort. Our membership has grown quite a bit since we first started with mailing out newsletters and announcements. Please send your membership form and a check to Fairborn Art Association, P.O. Box 1231, Fairborn, OH 45324. The membership form may be obtained at the Gallery or is attached. You must have Adobe Acrobat Reader to open the form. Please go to https://get.adobe.com/reader/ to download the software. It is free and easy to install. You may need it for many of the websites you visit. You may bring the membership form and your check (or cash) to the June meeting and submit them as you sign in at the door. All members who pay by the June 6th meeting will be included in the new Directory.

Attachment:  FAA Membership Form (pdf file)

SANDY MAUDLIN WORKSHOPS

Exciting news!!!! Renowned Ohio/Indiana artist, Sandy Maudlin, will be presenting workshops at Fairborn Art Association, Nov. 6–8, Nov. 9–10, and/or all week, Nov. 6–10, 2017. She will be sharing many diverse methods which she uses to achieve great results on Yupo using all water media for all levels, even beginners. Sandy travels around the country and Europe teaching classes and has taught for 25 years. Sandy is also proficient in transparent watercolor and batik. She has a degree in Art Education from Indiana University in Bloomington and owns Greentree Studio where she also teaches classes. In addition, Sandy is a signature member of Ohio Watercolor Society and the Watercolor Society of Indiana. She is also a member of the Cincinnati Art Club, has been President of the Greater Cincinnati Watercolor Society, and has won many watercolor awards. Her passion is to paint and she loves to share. Cost for 3-day class, Introduction to Yupo, Nov. 6–8, members $250, non-members $275; for 2-day class, Advanced Techniques, member $150, non-member, $175; for 5-day class (3-day and 2-day class combined), member $300, non-member $325. To register, please send a non-refundable deposit of $40 along with the registration form to Pat Dunker, 30 Innisbrook Close, Xenia, OH 45385. Make checks payable to Fairborn Art Association. Final payment must be made by September 25, 2017. For questions, call Pat Dunker at 937-562-3014 or cell 937-271-4798, or email pwdunk@gmail.com. Registration form/flyer is available in our Gallery or on our website www.fairbornart.org.

Attachment:  Sandy Maudlin Workshop Registration (pdf file)

MEMBERS SPRING FINE ART SHOW

Our Members Spring Fine Art Show was so beautiful this year! And our members are showing their great talents as never before. We have all learned so much from our instructors and from each other over the years. Some of the paintings will still be in the Gallery for the June meeting. Don’t miss it!

2017 FAA Prize Winners, Suzanna Winton, Juror

Best of Show                Yuki Hall – Fourth Street  (Sandy Kinnamon Memorial Award)

First Place                    M J White – Black Dog (Joan McCoy Memorial Award)

Second Place                Jean Lutz – Art From the Past

Third Place                   Patty Dorn – Out on the Town

Honorable Mentions:                                                     Judges Merit Awards:

Rose Schultz – True Colors                                           Louise Jackson – Green Glass and Lace

Sue Seitz – Courage                                                      Sue Brezine – Barn Owl

Carylon Seger – Spring                                                 Deborah Dixon – Alchemy I

Sheryl Scott – The Peaceful Road                                  Babs Ney – Trumpet Flower

Shirlee Bauer – Hello Grandma                                     Dotty Crowley – Out West

Connie Gifford – Circus Fantasy                                    Elizabeth Martin – American Indian

Tom Kinarney – Jenny                                                  Peggy Bowman – Grand Canyon

Patricia Dunker – Keylo Emerging                                 Esther Grimm – Far Beyond Our Vision

SWEET CORN FESTIVAL

Time is getting short! The Sweet Corn Festival is August 19 and 20, 2017. Help is still needed to make a success of this event which provides funding to our Association to pay our rent, award the scholarships, buy needed supplies for the kitchen and repair or replace items in the Gallery. The SCF committee will meet June 13 at 7 pm. If you are interested in helping out, please attend this meeting. Signup sheets will be available for the various jobs that need volunteers:  Information Booth, Watermelon Booth, Vendors Gate, and Setup Field on Thursday.

WATERCOLOR OHIO 2017

Accepted entries for Watercolor Ohio 2017 (the Ohio Watercolor Society Show) were announced. Four of the accepted pieces are included in our beautiful FAA show, and another FAA artist had a painting accepted in the OWS show that was not included in our FAA show. The accepted paintings and artists are:  Fourth Street by Yuki Hall (our Best of Show); True Colors by Rose Schultz (our Honorable Mention); Overlooking Brighton Pier by Shirlee Bauer; Point Reyes Lighthouse by Connie Gifford (not in our show); Little Beavercreek by Billie Dickson. Congratulations to all. The OWS show, Watercolor Ohio 2017, runs June 30–September 10, 2017 at the Columbus Museum of Art.  There were 265 entries submitted by 165 artists. Of these, 77 works were selected for the show. Other FAA artists in the OWS show are Aileen Cave and Diana Hoke.    …Submitted by Billie Dickson

YUKI HALL 1-DAY WORKSHOPS

Yuki Hall will be offering a series of 1-day workshops in June at the Fairborn Art Association gallery.  The hours are from 9:30 am to 4:00 pm.  Each workshop is independent and will focus on a different concept and different subject matter.  The workshop on June 28 will be FAA benefit workshop and all proceeds from this workshop will go to support FAA.  The cost is $38 for each workshop.  To register or for any questions, please contact Yuki at yukihallfineart@gmail.com, (937) 679-2464.

Attachment:  Yuki Hall Summer 2017 Workshops (pdf file)

LOUISE JACKSON WATERCOLOR CLASSES

You are invited to 3 all day watercolor classes taught by Louise Jackson at Fairborn Art Association on three Mondays on September 11, 18 and 25th.. You may pick up a photo and more information in the gallery or contact Louise at 937-886-5238. Day one will be a Dramatic Sunflower. Day two will be Lace, Glass and a Rose. Day three will be a floral painting of Angel Trumpets. Time is 10 till 3:30. Cost is $40 per day or $115 for all three days. This includes photos, paint and written instructions and a drawing. Registration is required.

OPEN PAINTING SESSIONS AT THE GALLERY

Thursday Paint-In group meets each Thursday from 9:30 till 12:30 for watercolor painting. Connie Gifford and Shirlee Bauer coordinate the group and send out an email each week confirming the meeting. New members are welcome. Because we are using the FAA Gallery, we collect a fee to pay for the use of the Gallery, but all things considered, a few dollars for each 8-week session is well worth it for gathering together with watercolor to share ideas and get inspired. And the fee also pays for the wonderful brunch we have each week. We all have a wonderful time and enjoy watercolor painting together. If you have questions, please contact Connie Gifford or Shirlee Bauer by phone or email.

Friday Artists meet at 10 am and paint until 1 or 2 pm each week, with a break at noon for lunch. We meet each week continuously unless there is something else scheduled in the FAA Gallery. Billie Dickson coordinates the group and we don’t paint if only two of us will be there, but anyone can contact Billie to find out if we are on schedule for that week. We expect people who come regularly to be FAA members and pay a fee each week (pays for lights, etc.). It is basically an open work session for artists in any medium and we would love to have others join us. If you have questions, you can contact Billie Dickson by email or phone.

CHINA PAINTERS CONVENTION

The World Organization of China Painters Convention will be held at the Yankee Trace Golf Course in Centerville, OH on August 15, 16, and 17. It is free and open to the public. Stop in and see all the beautiful china paintings. A flyer is available in our Gallery and on our website. For information, call Barb Allen, 937-233-4779.

Attachment:  China Painting 1 (pdf file)

Attachment:  China Painting 2 (pdf file)

AIRSTREAM FINE ART INVITATIONAL

I think the Fairborn Art Association members and their friends will enjoy seeing the Airstream Fine Art Invitational, May 30 to June 3, 8 am–4 pm. It’s a gathering of the work of some of the greatest landscape artists in the country.. names that you are used to seeing in all the art collectors magazines and in major galleries. The show is free and open to the public. Make the trip up 75 to exit 102 (Jackson Center, OH) and stop in and view the work. Go to their website https://www.airstream.com/artshow/ for additional information.

…Submitted by Dan Knepper

WEBSITE NOTES

If you have access to the internet, please go to our website at www.fairbornart.org for additional articles throughout the month. We also post photographs of meetings and other events that we are unable to publish in the printed version of this newsletter. Be sure we have your written permission (check boxes on membership form) to display your artwork and/or any photo of you (individually or in a group) on the website.

REMINDERS

The Fairborn Art Association will not hold meetings in July and August. However, we will be quite busy with plans for and the event of the Sweet Corn Festival the weekend of August 19 and 20. Enjoy your summer!

Our next meeting will be Tuesday, September 5, 2017, at 7:00 pm. The deadline for submitting articles to be included in the September Newsletter is Monday, August 21, 2017. Please email your articles to Albright10@msn.com or call Jackie Albright at 937-233-7532.

 

 

 

 

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Thursday Paint-In

September 21 @ 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
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Friday Painters

September 22 @ 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
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Thursday Paint-In

September 28 @ 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
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Friday Painters

September 29 @ 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
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FAA Board Meeting

October 3 @ 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

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Come to the Fairborn Sweet Corn Festival Aug 15 & 16