Florida Women's Art Assn. Meeting
Wednesday November 8th at 11:30 a.m.
123 Granada Blvd. Ormond Beach, FL. 32174
ELECTIONS FOR NEW OFFICERS WILL BE IN DECEMBER!!
Lisa Argentieri has a show at
Daytona State College Fine
Arts Gallery from Oct 9-Nov 6.
Linda Amundsen is showing at the
Peabody in October. Reception:
Friday, October 13 from 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Kelly Berning has a solo show called
(figurative ceramic sculpture)
Arts on Douglas
123 Douglas St. New Smyrna Beach, FL. 32168
November 4 - Dec 15th, 2017.
Reception Nov. 4th, 4-7p.m.
Artist talk Dec 8th, 11 A.M.
Nancy McEltoyis just finishing “Art in Action”
Veterans exploring through the Visual Arts.
Veterans made clay mirror frames.
This was sponsored by DSC,
Arts On Granada
67 W. Granada Blvd.
Saturday Oct. 14th from 4-6.
Demonstrating how to build with hard clay slabs
Rachel Thompson presents “Beautifully Broken”
a three person show at Arts on Granada.
Reception is October 27, 2017 from 5-8 p.m.
Runs through December 17th 2017
Call to Artists
Autumn in the Oaks
Saturday, October 21, 2017
9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Historic Porter House Property
5030 Highway 17 North
DeLeon Springs, Florida, 32130
Application Deadline: October 7, 2017
Welcome to the Fifth Annual DeLeon Springs
“Autumn in the Oaks”
Art, Music and Crafts Festival
We invite you to join us as an exhibitor in the 2017 DeLeon Springs “Autumn in the Oaks” Art, Music and Crafts Festival. The Festival includes fine art, hand crafts, wares, Crankin A’s, historic exhibits, free children’s activities, food, live Rock and Bluegrass music performances and a Picker’s Circle for all levels of musical ability to join in!
Address: 5030 N. Hwy 17
P.O. Box 271
DeLeon Springs, Fl. 32130
Web Address: www.deleonspringscommunityassociation.com
Look under the ‘events’ tab for more information
Keep up with us if you can, on Facebook!
- Attention Artists -
Call for Paintings and Handcrafted Giftware
For the Bridgehouse Gallery at the Barberville Pioneer Settlement in FL
1776 Lightfoot Lane, Barberville (Pierson) Florida, 32105
Contact Curator: Eileen Callejas of Helpertunity.org - PH#(407) 234-4768
Next Upcoming Quarterly Gallery Show:
November 2nd - February 1st 2017
Art Drop-Off and Merchandise Displaying:
November 1st & 2nd 2017 - 10AM - 2PM
Artists’ & Guests’ Opening Reception:
November 25th 1:00 - 4:00 PM - Artist Participation Required
Gallery & Show Soft-Opening:
November 4th 2017 (During the Weekend of Barberville’s Annual Fall Country Jamboree)
Pre-Show Drop-Off & Head-Start Sales Opportunities
By Appointment Only:
About the Gallery & The Pioneer Settlement:
The Pioneer Settlement for the Creative Arts is a 30 Acre Living-Heritage Center hosting 18 Historic Buildings. The Gallery is being revived in the Historic Astor Bridge Tender’s House, which serves as the welcome center and ticket-sales office for the Settlement’s daily visitors. The Gallery is seeking artwork which reflects Florida’s early history and natural surroundings. Space is limited, so all works must be approved by the curator prior to drop-off. Maximum price point on any work is $250 (artist’s share). Maximum/Preferred dimensions of original wall-art is 2ft x 3ft to 3ft x 3ft. Canvas paintings must be gallery-wrapped with wires ready for hanging. No posters please. Photos and descriptions of all paintings and handiwork should be texted to the curator at 407-234-4768, along with the artist’s name, age, address, and phone number. Please allow up to 10 days for a texted or direct phone-call response. Please see the contract and inventory record on the reverse side of this flyer for additional details. Thanks!
Priority Painting Themes and Items of Interest for Exhibits & Sales:
2ft x 3ft Paintings: Farm Animals, FL Black Bears, FL Wetlands & Botanicals, FL Birds & Butterflies, St. Johns Riverboats, Volusia-Bar Lighthouse, Any of Our Pioneer Settlement’s Architecture & Artifacts, FL Timucuan Tribal Life, FL Steam Trains, Classic Trucks & Cars, FL Citrus Groves, Fern Growers & Pine/Turpentine Industry, Classic Christmas in Florida, Scenes Depicting 1800’s School Days, Scenes of Skilled Trades (candle making, spinning, music, weaving, smiting, homemaking, farming, milling, etc.), Mixed Media: Acoustical, Vintage, Steampunk, Folk-Art.
Handmade Crafts: Woven/Knit/Crocheted Shawls, Tat/Crocheted Flowers & Fern Decor, Dried Citrus Decor, Vintage/Costume Necklaces, Civil War & Pioneer Aprons, Fancy Brimmed or Straw Hats, Painted/Glazed Ceramics (Natural Woodland Animals / Botanicals & Vintage Housewares), Keychains, Magnets, Acoustical Music Promo CDs with Download-Links, Felted Wool & Alpaca Ornaments, Homemade Rock Candy, Potted Plants & Ferns (must be tended), Burlap & Lace Wedding Favors, Milk-Painted Wooden Pillar Candlesticks & Fruit Crates.
Halifax Art Festival
FLWAA Information Booth B5
Saturday, Nov 4 and Sunday Nov 5, 2017
The Halifax Art Festival has space ( B5) for us. We are there to let people know who FLWAA is and hopefully gain some new members.
Our booth is an information booth telling about our group.
We will need volunteers to sign up by or at our October meeting. Please sign up since we are committed to this event.
Each artist can bring their own paintings and easils to show while they are sitting.
To sign up: call or email Trish Vevera, Chair
386-586-0253 or cell 386-453-3721
“Icon Painting 2017”
Icon Painting Workshop with Christine Broussard.
Four (4) days in Ormond/Daytona Beach, FL area
November 10, 11 12 and 13th, 2017 or November 4,5,6,7th, or 5,6,7,8th
This class provides intensive instruction in the art and language of the icon using acrylic as a binder and
applying multiple levels of glazes to create transparency, just as it was done with egg tempera.
In the four (4) day workshop a 9x12 inner glow painting chriswood panel will be ready for transferring
drawing to the board.
Base coat colors will be applied to the entire board.
Then first, second and third highlights will be added, together with calligraphic inscriptions,
On the last day, adding finishes touches and outside painting of the frame.
We’ll spend an hour on reflection on the workshop and celebrate the completion of our icon.
9:30 to 12:00
Lunch break, you are welcome to bring your lunch, coffee, drinks and water will be available
1PM to 5PM and you can warm up your lunch if desired.
Basic concepts of icon writing, history and methods of painting will be demonstrated after a beginning
prayer as it is customary in icon writing.
Students will be taught methods of applying glazes and basic colors by creating shadows and highlights
on clothing, hands and face. Students are encouraged to take notes, bring a small book so you can paint
the different colors you will be using as future reference.
***Silence, reverence and dedication practiced in the studio will help each one of us to meet the creative
Board, pigments will be provided. A list of what you can bring to the class will be available including
brushes. There will be some for sale if desired.
**Since it is a four day class, board preparation and gold leafing will be discussed, yet not practiced. On a
future icon, you will learn how to proceed with gold leafing.
I tend to work with a limited palette of colors, thinking of shapes and color combination.
the ideal setting time is six months to a year before applying varnish when using egg tempera. However,
with acrylic, you can stop when finished to apply a varnishing coat for long lasting protection.
Cost of the four day workshop with all material provided.
$470.00. Six to eight students - Deposit: $100.00
Suggested books to read and keep as guide:
1- “Traditional Icon Painting” by Gilles Weissman who teaches in a Paris Atelier
2 and 3 - “A Brush with God” and “Another Brush with God” by Peter Pearson, Iconographer in Scranton