Monday, April 27, 2015

Cultural Arts Council to host a juried exhibit during "Hydrangea Festival" - Art in Bloom

The Cultural Arts Council of Douglasville is hosting an invitation juried art exhibit during the "Hydrangea Festival" called Art in Bloom.   The show can be seen from June 4 - July 24, 2015.   Opening reception is Thursday, June 4, 2015 from 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.    Ten local artist were invited to participate.   I am please to participate in this exhibit and will have five paintings in the show.   

Daffodils in Bloom - Pastel - 2014
Summer Flowers in Jar - Pastel - 2010
Gibbs Pond Garden - Pastel - 2014
Hydrangea Pots - Watercolor - 2014

Hydrangea in Pink - Watercolor - 2014 

Sunday, April 26, 2015

South Cobb Art Alliance - World of Art Exhibit 2015

Jackie McClung & me
April 25, 2015 World of Art Exhibit 2015 at South Cobb Art Alliance.   Nice to share this experience with family and friends.   "Quiet Stream" and "Gold Mine" pastel paintings were accepted into this juried show.  
Ken Price and Janet

Amy Thigpen, Lonne Thigpen & Janet

The entries - so glad they placed them together. 

Laila brought her little bird to the show!

Laila & Janet

Amy, Lonnie and Laila Thigpen

Friday, April 17, 2015

Southeastern Pastel Members Exhibit 2015 - Quinlan Visual Arts Center - Gainesville, GA

"Senoia Mill House" was accepted into the Southeastern Pastel Society Members Exhibit 2015 at Quinlan Visual Arts Center, Gainesville, GA.    So honored to be a part of this show with so many wonderful artist.

Karen Margulis with her "Let the Show Begin".    Her "Sunshine on a Cloudy Day" won the merit award!    So glad she is one of my teachers.    I took my first pastel class from Karen.    I've grown in my painting and I've been pleased to see her grown as well as an artist and teacher.

Barbara Jaenicke with her "Hidden Treasure" painting which won a merit award!    She also had "sunset Glow at Red Top Mountain" in the show.    So pleased to have taken classeswith Barbara.   She's off to Oregon and will be missed.    Glad I was able to attend the extended Spruill Classes with her.   

Quinlan Visual Arts Center

Wonderful Chamber Group at the reception.

Karen Margulis with her painting "Let the Show Begin"