Guild’s 18th Annual Art Show – reception photos

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Judge – Kay Duffy, watercolorist

Best of Show

Tibetan Hands • Nancy Stainton • Pastel

Tibetan Hands – Nancy Stainton – Pastel

 

Watercolor

First Place - Three Gulls, Al Giraudo

First Place – Three Gulls, Al Giraudo

Second Place - Tulips in the Snow, Frieda Tesler

Second Place – Tulips in the Snow, Frieda Tesler

Third Place - Bridge Over the Ausable Canyon, Jackie Bishop

Third Place – Bridge Over the Ausable Canyon, Jackie Bishop

 

Acrylic/Oil

First Place - Creek at River Ranch, Annie Olander

First Place – Creek at River Ranch, Annie Olander

Second Place - American Heroes, Denis Wik

Second Place – American Heroes, Denis Wik

Third Place - Finnegan, Barbara Overholt

Third Place – Finnegan, Barbara Overholt

 

Pastel/Charcoal/Pencil/Pen and Ink

First Place - Danke Schoen, Mary Kahn

First Place – Danke Schoen, Mary Kahn

Second Place - The Day After, Nancy Stainton

Second Place – The Day After, Nancy Stainton

Third Place – n/a

 

Mixed Media

First Place - Marvadi Man with Kamaicha, Smruti Kurse

First Place – Marvadi Man with Kamaicha, Smruti Kurse

Second Place – Legacy – Land, Sea, Sky, Patty Dick

Third Place - Seaside with Tree, Jim Rogers

Third Place – Seaside with Tree, Jim Rogers

 

Photography

No entries.

 

See more photos from the reception (PDF)

18th Annual Art Show Gallery Setup

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August 27, 2016 CAG meeting, demo by Reneé Angela Felice

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DATE: August 27, 2016
TIME: 1:00 p.m. until 3:30 p.m.

LOCATION: First Congregational Church at 1980 Hamilton Avenue, San Jose
There is a $2 charge at the door for room rental.

Artist of the Month competition continues.

Blue Ribbon Gallery competition continues.

Demonstrator: Reneé Angela Felice

Says Reneé: “Painting with dyes on silk affords luminosity not available with any other medium. The dyes permeate the fibers of the silk fabric, creating a wonderful shimmering and transparent effect. After the dyes are painted on, the fabric is steamed for several hours to set the color, then stretched and framed in a traditional manner.

The subjects for my silk paintings are varied, but I always try to interpret the things and places I love in color, composition, and form. I wander around beautiful northern California, where I live, with camera in hand. I try to capture the beauty in every place I travel, from Europe to Mexico.”

See Reneé’s art at www.reneeangelafilice.com

Photos from the July 23, 2016 CAG meeting

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Artist of the Month

First Place

Anna Garcia - "Fall" - Oil

Anna Garcia – “Fall” – Oil

 

Second Place

Frieda Tesler - "Back Street, Carmel" - Watercolor

Frieda Tesler – “Back Street, Carmel” – Watercolor

 

Third Place

Patty Watkins Dick - Mr. Eron" - Ink

Patty Watkins Dick – Mr. Eron” – Ink

 

 

Blue Ribbon Gallery competition was not held.