TAG Newsletter October 2020
Hello TAG Members!
Happy Fall, Happy Halloween!
I hope everyone is well and staying safe and not letting all
the crazy virus and political stuff get you down. Our president
Joan Monroe needs our help! Please contact her (firstname.lastname@example.org)
if you have not picked up your work from our last show.
She would like to use her hallway again.
Tha High Museum is open! You can go online and purchase
tickets for a timed visit. The Booth Museum is open as well.
They are also doing timed visits. So now we have two museums
available for an in person art fix.
For a virtual visit you can go to thebreman.org to check out photos
of jazz greats by Herb Snitzer. It's a little hard to navigate but if
you click on the circles over the photos it will bring the photo up so you
can see it. The show includes photos of Louis Armstrong, Miles Davis
Nina Simone and others.
Joan sent me a link for virtual classes from Center for the Arts, Eagle Rock.
They look like fun! They have different classes, some with
Halloween themes like mask making, others not so much, like the textural
collage classes. Prices vary, Doodle Hour is free! They are based out of
Los Angeles so the supplies delivery won't apply.
TAG had an in-person meeting in September. We met outside, socially
distant and wore masks too. It was an extended show and tell. It was
great seeing everyone who could make it to the meeting. Les Scarborough
is having health problems, cross your fingers, pray, have a good thought
that he feels better soon.
Hang in there, make art! This won't last forever even if it seems like
I have had the privilege and adventure of working in several media throughout my career - the more tactile, the better.
Life's abundance, curiosities and its beauty - my love of it all comes into play in my art. I feel what I see and transplant that imagery. My aspiration is to convey joy and discovery, striving to convey the essence and anticipate it being reflected. Many souls, one spirit.
French Alcohol dyes on Silk from Endangered Series
Portion of 50' glass mosaic at Plymouth Church in Piedmont, CA