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NEW POP UP SHOP IN ARMADALE SHOPPING CITY

Sincere apologies but I gave you the wrong instruction on how to find our shop, should be as you leave TARGET you turn RIGHT

I hope you will be able to come and visit us


NEW POP UP SHOP

OUR NEW POP UP SHOP IS NOW OPEN

AT ARMADALE SHOPPING CITY

AS YOU LEAVE TARGET, TURN RIGHT AND WALK ABOUT 50 METRES AND THERE WE ARE

COME IN AND MEET OUR FRIENDLY ARTISTS AND WATCH DEMONSTRATIONS

WE ARE OPEN OVER THE CHRISTMAS PERIOD SO CALL IN AND GET SOME UNIQUE CHRISTMAS GIFTS AT VERY GOOD PRICES


September newsletter

Hi Everyone,

I hope you are well and recovered from the Exhibition. Another huge

success with many sales and interest in our Society. It has been such a wonderful way to promote the Arthouse, lessons, workshops and what we do, as well as selling our work. Let's hope we can continue to do it next year. A huge thank you to all those who put so much work into it to make it a success. Without your continued effort, we would not be able to put it together. I'm not sure on the amount of sales but will let you know at next members meeting.

Next of course, is the Armadale Hills Open Studio Arts Trail. We have 19 members participating this year and I'm sure it will be great. Let's hope we have some lovely spring weather. The Trail runs for 3 weekends 8-10, 15-17, 22-24 September. Maps and information are available at the

Arthouse and will also be at the members meeting. City of Armadale are doing a huge amount of promoting and it's great to get their continued support.

Thankyou to those members who were able to do rosters at the Outside The Frame Exhibition. Once again, we were able to promote our Society and enjoy the talented artwork produced by our school students.

Hope to see you at the next meeting, Spring is on the way, time to strip off those winter woollies, come out of hibernation and enjoy whatever passion you have.

Anna (president) 0411633015

NEXT MEETING

The next meeting will be Thursday 7TH September

at 7:00pm at the

Creyk Park Pavilion, Waltham Rd, Armadale .

OUR DEMONSTRATOR FOR SEPTEMBER WILL BE

DOT MARSHALL

Dot will be showing you how to create lots of texture in your trees using mulberry paper, the results are very tactile, almost like touching the bark of real trees. She is always happy to share the techniques used in her paintings so you can apply them to your own. If you have any questions on the night she will be happy to answer them if she can. You probably know Dot has been teaching at the art house since we took over the property, now she has finished teaching weekly after moving to Fremantle but runs workshops regularly from the art house.

She is a past president and was on the committee for many years in different roles, treasurer, vice president and for a while stand in secretary. Her time with the society has been a life changer, art has always been important but like most people life got in the way for many years until she was able to find time to resume painting again then joined this great society. She is an award winning artist and has run workshops in the country of W.A. and judged exhibitions locally and in the country. Art is good for the sole and you should try and find time every day to pick up and brush, or pencil (or anything else you can find to make marks) and create.

SPRING HAS SPRUNG

The Loose and Luscious Ladies are going to provide  supper at the next meeting on

 September 7 to welcome spring.

Subjects for meetings, bring a painting and you could win a prize

September – Climate Change  October – Glass

November – Fire and water  December – Christmas

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

MEETING

7th September  Thursday 7pm

STUDIO CHANGEOVER

Pick up by 2nd or 3rd Sept. deliver again 25th 26th Sept

Open studio art trail

starts 8th September Fri/Sat/Sun for 3 weekends.

ANNUAL EXHIBITION

27th 28th 29th October

Xmas Lunch

Art House 10th December

XMAS FAIR

Art house 15th16thand 17th December

 ARMADALE SHOPPING CENTRE EXHIBITION

 

Well we just get better and better don’t we, another extremely successful exhibition with around 90 works being sold and some commissions, we don’t have the final figures yet but Anna will be letting us know at the next meeting. Also a few new members and a lot of interest in the society and our upcoming annual exhibition and the Art Studio Trail. We should give a special thanks to Ian Kallas for getting this venue for us, and the whole committee for their work organising. Also the members, and some partners, who have helped behind the scenes and on the roster. These exhibitions are always great fun to be a part of, and roster duty is a really nice way to get to know your fellow members, also to be able to talk to the public and promote our society, a lot of the members painted whilst on duty much to the joy of the visitors, this of course also helped with the sales. And the new screens worked very well.

ART STUDIO TRAIL is next then the ANNUAL EXHIBITION

Lots to look forward to,

GREETINGS CARDS FOR SALE AT THE ART HOUSE GALLERY

Each member is allowed 40 max. printed cards and original cards, mixed, per person to be put on our card stand. Any one who wants to display cards can do so . Cards should be wrapped  in cellophane and well presented  - these will be monitored. Any inquiries to Lynda Everitt.  0401 943 125

 ANYONE LOOKING FOR A UNIQUE GREETINGS CARD WHY NOT COME TO THE ART HOUSE AND PURCHASE A BEAUTIFUL HAND PAINTED CARD OR A QUALITY PRINTED CARD (PRINTED FROM ORIGINAL ARTWORK) VERY REASONABLE PRICES.

 ART ITEMS AND EQUIPMENT FOR SALE

Canvases always for sale at the art house at very reasonable prices, wide selection of sizes, good quality.

Mattboard and foamcore always available at the art house at a very low price of $12 each

MAUREEN SMITH has a junior tracer  artograph projector, made in U.S.A. It projects from  9cm to 10 times the size. Ideal for larger scale work, wall murals, signs etc. Its 240 volts .and never used. $100.

Please contact Maureen email [email protected] Phone  0416 257 594 

Linda Everitt has done a marvelous job tidying up the Library and we have lots of art magazines spare so we are offering them at a special price of 3 for $1, you will find them to left just as you go through to the library. Don’t forget you can borrow any book or dvd from the library, free of charge, please keep the library tidy and keep in mind that it is up to our members to look after the books and dvd’s so we can all enjoy them,

Our Secretary, Helen Gordon has once again been in the country to organise a fantastic mural, the project was called Mantamaru Community Mural 23 May—10 August 2017

She has sent us information in a pdf but it is just too much to include in this newsletter, we have put a link to it here   Download  . It makes very interesting reading and has some wonderful photos of the people involved in creating it. Well worth a look, 

 

AHOSAT starts 8th September Fri/Sat/Sun for 3 weekends. Classes will be cancelled on these days.

WE have around 20 members taking part in this event at the Art House, also some members opening their own studios to the public. A great opportunity to see their studios and support Art in the area. We have maps available at the Art House, clearly showing the studios involved. There is also more information including the maps to download from our website. This is a very special event in its 3rd year and growing, thanks to the City of Armadale for their support.

For more information and maps go to the website at https://www.armadale.wa.gov.au/events/armadale-hills-open-studio-art-trail

Also if you have a Facebook, Pinterest or Instagram page please pass the word. Just search Armadale Hills Open Studio Arts Trail for information to share. Please do this and help promote this important event. or visit the facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/armadalehillsartstrail/

BUSY BEE AT THE ART HOUSE GALLERY

Thanks to all the members, and partners who helped tidy up the house and gardens, they worked like Trojans and our Art House now looks spic and span again ready for the art studio trail

EXHIBITION

“En Plein Air in the Hills”

Artwork by Trish Halloran

from

Little Studio in the Garden Roleystone

Event Dates Exhibition Thursday’s, Friday’s, Saturday’s and Sunday’s

From…... 31 August to 24 September 2017 8.30am - 5pm except for Thursdays opens 10.30am

The Location - Genesis in the Hills

Vegetarian and Vegan Cafe,

124 Croydon Road, Roleystone

Ph: 08 9397 7799

Each Thursday Trish will be painting in the Cafe grounds and is calling on anyone who would like to experience painting in the open air (En Plein Air) to come and join in. Free tips and assistance offered. Bring your own art supplies and join in the fun.

Email [email protected], Mobile 0417 042901

 

 

A solo Exhibition by

KAT BROWN

At

EXETER ART GALLERY, situated at

FAIRBRIDGE VILLAGE

Fairbridge Road turn off on South West Hwy just North of Pinjarra.

THE EXHIBITION RUNS FROM 4th SEPTEMBER TO 14th OCTOBER

[email protected]

www.kathybrown-artist.com

FEATURE ARTIST

 There will be no feature artist for the month of September because of the Art Studio Trail.

 If you are interested in being feature artist please contact Lynda Everitt l[email protected] 0401943125

The feature artist will be able to display their work in the entrance area of the art house, they will be responsible for hanging and labelling their own work. They can demonstrate in the area designated, we would like the feature artist to be at the arthouse (hopefully painting) as much as possible, especially on Friday and Saturday

CANVAS AND CABERNET NIGHT

This was a roaring success with 16 artists

taking part great music, good food and a couple of drinks, culminating in a fun evening. We are planning to have another soon so helping to organise of course. 0437 788 630 please contact Geraldine if you are interested in taking part.

THE ART HOUSE AND GALLERY

OPENING HOURS

Always open on Friday and Saturday

10am to 3pm

And of course when there are groups and classes

Call in and see the resident artists and feature artist of the month. Sit around the table and have a cuppa and a chat.

ANNUAL EXHIBITION

The Annual exhibition is fast approaching and its time to think about painting some small paintings for the catalogues.

Just to explain to our newer members, we sell catalogues at our annual exhibition to raise funds to help toward the cost of putting on this event, and as we do not have commission on the sale of your work we ask that you do at least 4 paintings each on watercolour paper or canvas that we then fix to the front of the catalogue, this not only promotes your art work but raises a significant amount toward the expense. The size must be 15cm x 13cm . You can drop them off at the Art House or bring along to any of the meetings. THANK YOU

WATERCOLOUR PAPER CUT TO SIZE IS AVAILABLE AT THE ART HOUSE


EXHIBITION

COME AND SEE OUR CURRENT EXHIBITION

At ARMADALE SHOPPING CITY, JULL STREET ARMADALE

being held outside TARGET, 

OVER 200 PAINTINGS OFFERED FOR SALE.

RUNS FROM 16th August through to 27th August

during normal shopping hours

 


OPEN HOUSE AT THE ART HOUSE AND GALLERY

AN OPEN INVITATION TO AN OPEN HOUSE

AT THE ART HOUSE AND GALLERY

FREE DEVONSHIRE TEAS ALL DAY

HELLO EVERYONE

 

THIS IS AN INVITAION TO COME TO THE ART HOUSE AND GALLERY,

63 RAILWAY AVENUE, KELMSCOTT

 

SATURDAY 15TH JULY

BETWEEN 10am 3pm,

 

JOIN DOT FOR A FREE DEVONSHIRE TEA

 

THE GALLERY HAS BEEN REHUNG TODAY AND THE NEW PAINTINGS ARE JUST AMAZING

THANKS TO HELEN COCKBURN AND CHRISTINE NORMAN

SO COME AND HAVE A CUPPA AND LOOK AROUND THE GALLERY


April May newsletter

APRIL MAY 2017 NEWSLETTER

Here is our latest newsletter, I hope you enjoy reading it.

Hi Everyone,

I hope you are all well. Minnawarra Art Awards are well underway and there are some fabulous works this year including those from our very talented members Catherine Kelley and Leesa Padget. A huge thankyou to Maureen Smith and Lynda Everitt for organising the roster and to those who have done rosters. I also had the opportunity to visit the Beverley Annual Exhibition where several of our members were displaying their artwork. Well done to all those who exhibited and I also noticed that Sandy Robertson had sold one of his paintings and Leesa won the mixed media prize.

It's been lovely to see many of our members being active in different events going on around the city including ZigZag Gallery, Belmont Art Awards, Kalamunda Agricultural Hall with a art and craft market as well as the Minnawarra Art Markets. I hope you have lots of enjoyment and make a few sales in the process.

The Committee are now organising our 30th Anniversary. We are looking at doing a High Tea on the 3rd July for all of our members in the Armadale Town Hall. So mark this day on your calendar. Val has been busy organising the catering, hall, invitations etc. We will let you know more when it gets closer.

I would just like to say a big thankyou to the Committee this year as well as the members who do the different jobs to make the Society a success, you all know who you are and I'm very glad everything is running so smoothly. You make my job so much easier.

So happy painting, hope to see you at the next members meeting,

Anna(president) 0411633015

NEXT MEETING

The next meeting will be Thursday 4th May

at 7:00pm at the

Creyk Park Pavilion, Waltham Rd, Armadale .

THE DEMONSTRATOR AT THIS MEETING WILL BE

 

LORI NEUZERLING

Lori was born in Manjimup in the southwest of Western Australia. Her early years were spent on her father’s farm in the beautiful karri country of Northcliffe, near the famous Valley of the Giants, and this lush wilderness nurtured in her a love and respect for its distinctive plants and wildlife.

Lori’s adventurous spirit took her to some of the remotest parts of Australia over many years of her adult life but she eventually returned to her place of birth in the early 1990’s and there her love of the southwest was reborn. It was then that she began painting her vivid and intricate watercolours of bush life. Lori is completely self-taught. Through trial and experiment, she developed her own unique and exacting art. Her first love is the flora and fauna of Western Australia, but Lori finds inspiration and fascination in the colours, textures and contours of almost all plant life and wild creatures.

Subjects for meetings,

bring a painting and you could win a prize

May – Animals and birds June – Anatomy July – Cosmic

ART ITEMS AND EQUIPMENT

FOR SALE

Canvases for sale at the art house at very reasonable prices, wide selection of sizes, good quality.

Mattboard and foamcore always available at the art house at a very low price of $12 each

MAUREEN SMITH has a junior tracer  artograph projector, made in U.S.A. It projects from  9cm to 10 times the size. Ideal for larger scale work, wall murals, signs etc. Its 240 volts .and never used. $100.

Please contact Maureen email [email protected]

Phone  0416 257 594 

_______________________________________________

The Pastel Journal.”2013 , Complete. $12.00 

Koo-i-Noor Watercolours. 4 discs with 6 pan colours in each discs. Great for starting off! Barely used.  $8.50.

Picture frame. Black with Gold insert. Glass and Mount included. 54 – 46 cm $10.00

Large Hard cover book.” Impressionist Women” by E. L. Smith. $6.00

CONTACT CHRISTINA VERBRUGGE <[email protected]>

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

MEETING

4th May Thursday 7pm

COLOURS OF LIFE EXHIBITION

29th May to 14th April

CHANGE OF GALLERY PAINTINGS

9th May

DOT’S WORKSHOPS

21ST & 28TH  May

Also

4th & 11th May

WAWA ART SALE

Weekend April 29th  & 30th

Verena Marmion WORKSHOP

29TH & 30TH july

HIGH TEA

Monday 3rd July

SHOPPING CENTRE EXHIBITION

Wed 16th August to Sat 26th August

2 DAY WORKSHOP

LANSCAPE, TREES AND ROCKS

How to create texture in a landscape using hand made papers, impasto gel and modelling compound $120 for 2 days which includes all paints, papers and mediums, and reference photos.

All you need to bring is canvas and lunch

NOTE  MAY 21st and 28th, has 2 spaces left

Second workshop has been organised Sunday 4th & 11th June this one has 4 spaces left

please email Dot for more information

Dot Marshall

Artist

Mob: 0409 921 838

Web: www.dotmarshall.com

Email: [email protected]

 

Keep the 3rd July free.  

We are having a High Tea to celebrate our  30th year.  

Invitations will be sent out in June.  

GROUP AT THE ART HOUSE

Casual group meeting at the Art House every second Saturday starting on 8th April. All welcome, any medium, contact Trish Davis

email: [email protected] or 9390 6049

WAWA ARTSALE

Watercolour Artists of WA

Weekend April 29th  & 30th

Kelly’s Café & All Palms Garden Centre

Cnr Campbell Rd & Birnham St Canning Vale

Beautiful Watercolours –

 Framed & Ready to Frame!

8.30am – 3.30pm

Onsite Artists under the Palms

Come and Enjoy a Coffee or Lunch

ANNUAL ART CAMP

Sandra Reynolds asked for ideas for camp this year. Somewhere different. One suggestion was near the beach. Another was Priory in Dongara. Members to let her know on email   [email protected]

Armadale Home Help Sale of Work

We have been given space on a wall in the newly renovated Home Help Social Program  of the Armadale Home Help Centre at 4 Talus Drive, Mount Richon to exhibit and sell art work. This project will be under trial for a period of 3 months to see if the art work sells.

Sandy Spindler (0414361321) and Lynda Everitt (0401943125) have agreed to be the coordinators. They will liaise between the centre and the society. If you have any queries please contact them.

There have already been sales so if you are interested there is a box in the Art House for you to drop off work, no large paintings  please, and keep the

prices to a minimum

FACEBOOK PAGE

ARMADALE SOCIETY OF ARTISTS INC

Come on, how about sharing some of your latest masterpieces with us on our facebook page for everyone to see. We have a very good following, everyone is interested in how their peers are going, a few pics of different stages of your painting would be good as well.

SHARE AND CARE

Isabel Colenutt is doing a grand job posting things of interest but she would like some input from you as well. How about some works in progress.

Classes at the Art House

MONDAY  -  NEAMI GROUP           FROM 10AM TO 1PM

MONDAY  -  Pastel artists group. contact Hazel Moore [email protected]  1pm to 4pm

TUESDAYS 10am to 2pm  Portraits in oils classes—Carol Joy  0427749085

WEDNESDAY am informal group, Contact Sandra Reynolds 0414 410 137 from 9.30 to 12

WEDNESDAY pm oil painting classes contact Val 0478 530 659 from 1pm to 4 pm

WEDNESDAY evening informal group, Contact Val  0478 530 659 from 6.30 to 9

THURSDAY 9.30 to 2.30 Watercolours  loose and lushes fortnightly with Deb Weber 0434059316  $30 byo

THURSDAY 9.30am to 12.30 Thursday 2nd February and then every second Thursday 9.30 a.m. - 12.30 p.m. $15 per session. Supply own materials. With Megan Obrien 0409 293127

FRIDAY (AM) NEW GROUP, informal group -  from 10 am to 12. contact Val 0478 530 659

FRIDAY AM  DRAWING CLASS 10am to 12 with David Box 0488 392 931

FRIDAY PM DRAWING CLASS  pm Chantelle 0422541738.

SATURDAYS Alt Saturdays  informal group -  from 10 am to 12. contact Trish Davis email: [email protected] or 9390 6049

SATURDAYS Alt Saturdays ACRYLIC and MIXED MEDIA CLASSES   Geraldine Gustavino 10am to 12..pm. $23

NOTE —— Verena Marmion  will be demonstrating in June and has booked in to run a workshop 29th and 30th July, more information in the next newsletter.

NOTE ABOUT RUNNING CLASSES AND WORKSHOPS

The committee have decided that all teachers need to become members. 

Participants, non members to pay $5 members $3 for lessons (not workshops) in future.

FEATURE ARTIST

For May 2017

Will be

IAN KALLAS

 The following months are available for feature artist, please contact Lynda Everitt

[email protected] 0401943125

August, Oct, Nov, Dec.

 The feature artist will be able to display their work in the entrance area of the art house, they will be responsible for hanging and labelling their own work. They can demonstrate in the area designated, we would like the feature artist to be at the arthouse (hopefully painting) as much as possible, especially on Friday and Saturday

ANOTHER SHOPPING CENTRE EXHIBITION

The committee has set Wed 16th August to Sat 26th August for next shopping centre exhibition, entry forms will with the next newsletter to be returned by 3rd August.

Also looking at small demos with mini exhibitions, at the centre first few being June 22nd, 23rd, 24th. Expressions of Interest are being sought, contact Ian 0427 727 314 [email protected]

WHAT HAS OUR SECRETARY, HELEN GORDON, BEEN DOING FOR THE PAST FEW WEEKS ———-

 

"Most of my life I have been a community artist, setting up art centres, developing art groups and doing collaborative art works - murals, banners, even painting bus stops (in Tom Price with classes of children from the local schools). Quite a different mind set to being an individual artist.

The purpose is to bring a group of people together in a combined creative effort. Your role becomes that of firstly designing the project, then breaking up the total art work into parts so everybody can contribute, the final effect must be coherent and effective. In this case, the Karijini Experience, I was asked to design a collaborative art work that would involve a minimum of 100 people of all ages. I came up with the idea of using their logo (long coloured stripes that bend into the middle) and then decorating the spaces in between and converting it into a waterfall. The whole picture was made up of 6 panels 7.2m wide and 2m high in total.

The top piece of wood was cut up like a jigsaw with about 150 pieces which were labeled on the back. The stripes were all stuck on but raised up so they stood out. The pieces in between, the water and the waterfalls were all painted separately by different people and were decorated with sand painting (draw with glue then cover with sand and shake off) and paint made from ground-up iron ore dust and collaged with leaves and nuts and bark form the surrounding area. These panels were done by people of all ages form 2 to 70 When they were dry they were stuck on.

This all happened over 3 days.

If you are interested in the Karijini Experience you can find it on the internet - there are a large number of events over 5 days in the Karijini national park. WASSO was there with the Short Black Opera company singers in one of the gorges, dinner for 150 people under the stars, coroborees, resident artists, basket making with Indigenous people, concerts, walks through the bush to learn about bush foods, photographic trips through the gorges, geologists teaching about the rock formations, storytelling, yoga in the morning, a maker's market. It brought together people from all over the world all camped together with primitive amenities and, being no internet or mobile phone coverage people actually talked with each other and made connections with each other that would last forever.

PS. In one month I am off to coordinate the painting of a large mural in Jameson - some 2000kms east of Perth. I figure I may as well do it while I still can."

HELEN GORDON

CHANGE OF PAINTINGS AT THE ART HOUSE GALLERY

Christine and Helen will change the paintings at the art house over on Tuesday 9 May.  Please pick up and deliver your new paintings by this date and make sure you have all the information attached to the new work.

You are reminded that this is a free service to our members and a wonderful opportunity, we urge you to take advantage of being able to hang your work for free and NO COMMISSION ON SALES. We are getting regular visitors returning all the time looking for new works, buying for themselves and for gifts.

ASA COMMITTEE  2017

PRESIDENT ANNA NEWBEY 0411 633 015 -  [email protected]     

VICE PRESIDENT MAUREEN SMITH

[email protected].   0416257594

SECRETARY HELEN GORDON  -  0439 679 000 

[email protected]

TREASURER VAL MEZGER  -  0478 530 659  [email protected]

 

COMMITTEE

JANET GARDINER  -  0447 778 334 

[email protected]

IAN KALLAS  -  0427 727 314 [email protected]

SANDRA SPINDLER   -  0414 361 321

EDDIE BEER  -  0433 367 132

LYNDA EVERITT  -  [email protected] 0401 943 125

Lynda Everitt is now the coordinator for the Calendar at the Art House, please contact her for bookings and information.

THE ART HOUSE AND GALLERY OPENING HOURS

Always open on Friday and Saturday

10am to 3pm

And of course when there are groups and classes

Call in and see the resident artists and feature artist of the month. Sit around the table and have a cuppa and a chat.

 

 

 


Newsletter March/April

WELCOME TO THE MARCH/APRIL SOCIETY NEWSLETTER, I HOPE YOU ENJOY

Hi Everyone,

Well the Shopping Centre Exhibition has now finished and I am so pleased at how successful it was. From checking in, to hanging, to rosters, to checking out and dismantling, everything ran very smoothly. Even using the eftpos machine wasn't as daunting anymore for first time users thanks to Val giving a few lessons. I would like to say a huge Thank you to Armadale Shopping City for allowing us to use the fantastic area to display our artworks. They have been very positive in helping us promote Armadale Society of Artists as well as sell our artwork. We will be working closely with them in the future, so stay tuned for further news. Another big Thank you to Ian Kallas and our wonderful Committee for putting in 110% in making sure the Exhibition was a success. It's a great feeling when you put so much work into something and it comes off as well as it does. Another Thank you to Dot Marshall for doing the labels and organising the list of entrants. To the volunteers who helped with setting up and dismantling at the end of the exhibition, Thankyou.

There were 44 entrants, 298 paintings exhibited and 106 paintings sold, as well as a few new members and many people showing interest in joining the Society or doing lessons or workshops.

I would like to welcome Lynda Everitt to the Committee. Lynda has recently become a member and would like to become more involved in the Society. I am very happy that she has volunteered to be on the Committee and I look forward to working with her. She is currently helping Sandra Spindler with the display at the Armadale Home Help, which so far has sold 5 paintings.

Minnawarra Art Awards are starting on the 22nd April and once again, they have asked us to man the exhibition. This is a great fundraiser for us so if you are able to do a roster, it would be very appreciated. The roster will be left in the shed at the Art House and will also be at the next members meeting.

So, see you all at the next members meeting on the 6th April, (the year is going way too fast!) I'm looking very forward to it.

Happy painting, Anna (president) 0411633015

NEXT MEETING

The next meeting will be Thursday 6th April

at 7:00pm at the

Creyk Park Pavilion, Waltham Rd, Armadale .

THE DEMONSTRATOR AT THIS MEETING WILL BE

GERALDINE GUSTAVINO

   

Geraldine is a mixed media artist with a diverse array of techniques. She will be starting classes at the Art House soon, every alternate Saturday

between 10 and 12 cost $23 per session.

You can see her work on her facebook page

More information on the notice board at the art house where you can put your name down for her art class

EARS AND EGGS

 

To help celebrate Easter at our next meeting on 6th April, the Loose and Luscious Ladies will provide a special surprise supper.

Subjects for meetings,

bring a painting and you could win a prize

April - Kimberleys May – Animals and birds June – Anatomy July – Cosmic

ART ITEMS AND EQUIPMENT FOR SALE

Canvases for sale at the art house at very reasonable prices, wide selection of sizes, good quality.

Mattboard and foamcore always available at the art house at a very low price of $12 each

MAUREEN SMITH has a junior tracer  artograph projector, made in U.S.A. It projects from  9cm to 10 times the size. Ideal for larger scale work, wall murals, signs etc. Its 240 volts .and never used. $100.

Please contact Maureen email [email protected]

Phone  0416 257 594 

_______________________________________________

  The Pastel Journal.”2013 , 2014, 2015 ( 6 issues per 12 months) Complete. $12.00  per year.

Koo-i-Noor Watercolours. 4 discs with 6 pan colours in each discs. Great for starting off! Barely used.  $8.50.

Picture frame. Black with Gold insert. Glass and Mount included. 54 – 46 cm $10.00

Large Hard cover book.” Impressionist Women” by E. L. Smith. $6.00

CONTACT CHRISTINA VERBRUGGE <[email protected]>

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

MEETING

6th April  Thursday 7pm

EDDIE’S WORKSHOP

8th and 9th April

DOTS WORKSHOP

21ST & 28TH  May

WORKSHOPS COMING UP

2 DAY WORKSHOP WITH DOT MARSHALL

LANSCAPE, TREES AND ROCKS

How to create texture in a landscape using hand made papers, impasto gel and modelling compound

$120 for 2 days which includes all paints, papers and mediums, and reference photos.

All you need to bring is canvas and lunch

Sunday MAY 21st and 28th

 

 Dot Marshall

Artist

Mob: 0409 921 838

Web: www.dotmarshall.com

Email: [email protected]

ACRYLIC AUSTRALIAN LANDSCAPE WORKSHOP

With EDWARD J BEER

8th and 9th April

YES this is an extra workshop as the first one is full

All you need are your paints and brushes. Reference material, canvas and light lunch provided

COST for 2 days inclusive $100

Space is limited so please make sure you add your name to the list in the

Art House Shed or email Eddie at [email protected]

A SPECIAL THANK YOU

To Trish Davis for quietly beavering away in the office keeping the house books up to date, not an easy task with all the bits and pieces of money coming in all the time. A good job done Trish.

CONGRATULATIONS

to Tony Buti, our sponsor on winning the recent election

An expression of interest

for another Resident Artist for the Art House. There is an opportunity for 1 member to occupy fantastic studio space in the main art house/gallery, with room to display their own artwork. Sales are being made all the time and the resident artist is in a good position to display and sell their work and talk to visitors.

Minnawarra Art Awards

The Minnawrra Art Awards are coming soon starting on 22nd April and we have been asked once again to man this prestigious event, please contact Maureen

[email protected]  0416257594 to put your name on the roster. The roster is also available at the Art House and at the next meeting. Please help with this event.

NEW GROUP AT THE ART HOUSE

Casual group meeting at the Art House every second Saturday starting on 8th April. All welcome, any medium,

Armadale Home Help Sale of Work

 

We have been given space on a wall in the newly renovated Home Help Social Program, at the Armadale Home Help Centre at 4 Talus Drive, Mount Richon to exhibit and sell art work. This project will be under trial for aperio d of 3 months to see if the art work sells.

Sandy Spindler (0414361321) and Lynda Everitt (0401943125) have agreed to be the coordinators. They will liaise between the centre and the society. If you have any queries please contact them.

There have already been many sales so if you are interested there is a box in the Art House for you to drop off work, no large paintings  please, and keep the prices to a minimum

FACEBOOK PAGE

ARMADALE SOCIETY OF ARTISTS INC

Come on, how about sharing some of your latest masterpieces with us on our facebook page for everyone to see. We have a very good following, everyone is interested in how their peers are going, a few pics of different stages of your painting would be good as well.

SHARE AND CARE

Isabel Colenutt is doing a grand job posting things of interest but she would like some input from you as well.

Classes at the Art House

MONDAY  -  NEAMI GROUP           FROM 10AM TO 1PM

MONDAY  -  Pastel artists group. contact Hazel Moore [email protected]  1pm to 4pm

TUESDAYS 10am to 2pm  Portraits in oils classes—Carol Joy  0427749085

WEDNESDAY am informal group, Contact Sandra Reynolds 0414 410 137 from 9.30 to 12

WEDNESDAY pm oil painting classes contact Val 0478 530 659 from 1pm to 4 pm

WEDNESDAY evening informal group, Contact Val  0478 530 659 from 6.30 to 9

THURSDAY 9.30 to 2.30 Watercolours  fortnightly with Deb Weber 0434059316  $30 byo

THURSDAY 9.30am to 12.30 Thursday 2nd February and then every second Thursday 9.30 a.m. - 12.30 p.m. $15 per session. Supply own materials. With Megan Obrien 0409 293127

FRIDAY (AM) NEW GROUP, informal group -  from 10 am to 12. contact Val 0478 530 659

FRIDAY AM  DRAWING CLASS 10am to 12 with David Box 0488 392 931

FRIDAY PM DRAWING CLASS  pm Chantelle 0422541738.

SATURDAYS NEW Alt Saturdays  informal group -  from 10 am to 12.

SATURDAYS Alt Saturdays ACRYLIC and MIXED MEDIA CLASSES   Geraldine Gustavino 10am to 12..pm. $23

THE ART HOUSE AND GALLERY OPENING HOURS

Always open on Friday and Saturday 10am to 3pm

And of course when there are groups and classes

Call in and see the resident artists and feature artist of the month. Sit around the table and have a cuppa and a chat.

 

FEATURE ARTIST

For April 2017

Will be

VAL MEZGER and

MAUREEN SMITH

The following months are available for feature artist, please contact Anna on 0411 633 015

August, Oct, Nov, Dec.

The feature artist will be able to display their work in the entrance area of the art house, they will be responsible for hanging and labelling their own work. They can demonstrate in the area designated, we would like the feature artist to be at the arthouse (hopefully painting) as much as possible, especially on Friday and Saturday

 

We are in need of old clean towels for the shed at the art house to use on the tables during classes and workshops so please bring them to us.

Suggestion Box 

At the Art House . You can put your name to suggestion or remain anonymous . Suggestions will be discussed at committee meeting . We are always looking for ways to improve the Art House and Society.

SHOPPING CENTRE EXHIBITION

WOW

What a huge success.

 

As Anna mentioned on the front page, 106 paintings were sold over the 11 days, quite amazing, the standard of work from our wonderful members just gets better and better. We also had a lot of interest from people wanting to join us.

There will be another around August so hopefully you will all be working toward that, small paintings are a bit of a challenge for most of us but a lot of fun. Thanks so much to the shopping centre, staff and traders, who made us very welcome. And, of course, our presidentAnna  who made sure the wheels were well oiled and ran smoothly.

We need to give a big thankyou to Alan Newbey, Ian Kallas Glen Mezger, and Eddie Beer, and I believe Alan and Anna’s son also helped to make the screens, they were very professional and light and easy to move around. Also to those who volunteered to help, set up and take down and the members on roster. CONGRATULATIONS to everyone who entered on the whole a credit to the society.

ASA COMMITTEE  2017

PRESIDENT ANNA NEWBEY 0411 633 015 -  [email protected]     

VICE PRESIDENT MAUREEN SMITH [email protected].   0416257594

SECRETARY HELEN GORDON  -  0439 679 000 

[email protected]

TREASURER VAL MEZGER  -  0478 530 659  [email protected]

COMMITTEE

JANET GARDINER  -  0447 778 334  [email protected]

IAN KALLAS  -  0427 727 314 [email protected]

SANDRA SPINDLER   -  0414 361 321

EDDIE BEER  -  0433 367 132

LYNDA EVERITT  -  [email protected]

PASS THE WORD

About our wonderful Art House and Gallery

Do you have a blog

Do you have a facebook account

Do you have a Twitter account

Do you have an Instagram account

Why not give us a mention, we have a permanent display of artwork available for sale with no commission, so prices are very good.

 


February, March 2017 Newsletter

NEWSLETTER          February / March 2017

ARMADALE SOCIETY OF ARTISTS (inc)

Email : [email protected]

www.armadalesocietyofartists.com.au

 Hi Everyone,

I hope you are all having fun creating works of art for the upcoming Shopping Centre Art Exhibition which is fast approaching. We are looking forward to having an Exhibition once again at a Shopping Centre, which in the past has been very successful with a lot of impulse buying from shoppers. I'm sure it will all come together nicely with members being involved on rosters as well as their artwork being on display.

Don't forget Dot's workshop in March on pouring, layering and wipeback. Dot's workshops are always very popular so get in quick. Eddie Beer is also doing a workshop in April, so keep an eye out for that one.

I would like to say a special Thankyou to the "Loose and Luscious girls" who have taken on the "supper duties" at the monthly meetings. The last meeting was celebrated with Valentine's Day in mind with lovely chocolates and cupcakes etc being served. We were all very spoilt. Apparently next month there is something "green" going on? I can't wait for that one!

Don't forget to pay your membership fees if you intend to exhibit in the Shopping Centre Exhibition, these are now due, and can be paid at the members meeting or to Val Mezger (treasurer).

I would also like to thank Jane Ettiene, who has decided to retire from Resident Artist at the Art House. Jane has always had a large input in the running of the Art House as well as the Society, and we hope she continues to be involved with events and things happening within the Society. David and Sandy are still at the Art House and are happy to welcome you and the public to the House.

So, see you all at the next members meeting on 2nd March, where entries for the Exhibition can be entered.

Happy painting Anna (president) 0411633015

NEXT MEETING

The next meeting will be Thursday 2nd MARCH

at 7:00pm at the

Creyk Park Pavilion, Waltham Rd, Armadale .

THE DEMONSTRATOR AT THIS MEETING WILL BE

JUDE SCOTT

She will bring along some of her oil paintings and explain the techniques and processes behind them. Jude is also going to demo different ways of applying oils, talk about how to get the best from your efforts regardless of the medium.  This will be followed by a demonstration painting.

Jude is an award winning artist who was born in Perth. Her art education began with studying ceramics for four years at Technical Colleges in Sydney and Perth and she worked as a potter for several years. Basically a self-taught artist, Jude has studied painting in oils, watercolour and drawing with professional tutors and artists in Western Australia, New South Wales and China.

After many years of painting, she now specializes in Watercolour, drawn to the medium because of the diverse nature of Watercolour. Being an avid traveller Jude finds watercolour the perfect medium to pack into her suitcase. “Watercolour is such a beautiful medium to use, it can be bold or delicate, opaque or transparent, a medium that can also produce exquisite textures that never fail to fascinate me. I always seek to paint with emotion in my work and I find inspiration from a very diverse range of subjects and always love a fresh challenge. Favourite subjects I love to paint are serene landscapes, vibrant florals and to fascinating faces, these always hold enormous appeal for me, “says Jude.

Jude is a popular demonstrator, a teacher of regular classes at Atwell Gallery, Alfred Cove Perth as well as from her own studio and runs workshops on demand throughout the year in city and rural Western Australia .

WEARING OF THE GREEN

To celebrate St. Patrick's Day at our next meeting on 2nd March the Loose and Luscious Ladies will provide a special surprise supper.

Subjects for meetings, bring a painting and you could win a prize

March – Ice and Snow April - Kimberleys May – Animals and birds June – Anatomy July – Cosmic

ART ITEMS AND EQUIPMENT

FOR SALE

Canvases for sale at the art house at very reasonable prices, wide selection of sizes, good quality.

Mattboard and foamcore always available at the art house at a very low price of $12 each

.MAUREEN SMITH has a junior tracer  artograph projector, made in U.S.A. It projects from  9cm to 10 times the size. Ideal for larger scale work, wall murals, signs etc. Its 240 volts .and never used. $100.

Please contact Maureen email [email protected]

Phone  0416 257 594 

The Pastel Journal.”2013 , 2014, 2015 ( 6 issues per 12 months) Complete. $12.00  per year.

Koo-i-Noor Watercolours. 4 discs with 6 pan colours in each discs. Great for starting off! Barely used.  $8.50.

Picture frame. Black with Gold insert. Glass and Mount included. 54 – 46 cm $10.00

Large Hard cover book.” Impressionist Women” by E. L. Smith. $6.00

CONTACT CHRISTINA VERBRUGGE <[email protected]>

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

MEETING

2nd March Thursday 7pm

DOT’S WORKSHOP

12th and 19th  March

EDDIE’S WORKSHOP

1st and 2nd April

SHOPPING CENTRE EXHIBITION

ENTRIES IN, 2nd March

DELIVERY OF PAINTINGS Wed 15th March

EXHIBITION DATES 15th TO 26th

PICK UP UNSOLD PAINTINGS Sun 26th March

 

An Exhibition by

Leesa Padget

'The Absurd Parade of the Strangely Whimsical'

At the Zig Zag Gallery

Kalamunda

Beginning of March and runs for 2 weeks

[email protected]

 

INTRODUCING A NEW CLASS AT THE ART HOUSE

Mixed media with Geraldine Gustavino. She will be starting soon every alternate Saturday between 10 and 12 cost $23 per session.

You can see her work on her facebook page

More information on the notice board at the art house

https://www.facebook.com/GeraldineGustavinoArt/

 

ACRYLIC AUSTRALIAN LANDSCAPE WORKSHOP

With

EDWARD J BEER

1st and 2nd April

All you need are your paints and brushes. Reference material, canvas and light lunch provided

COST for 2 days inclusive $100

Space is limited so please make sure you add your name to the list in the Art House Shed or email Eddie at [email protected]

 

 WORKSHOP  2 DAYS

 POURING, LAYERING & WIPEBACK

 $120  for 2 days which includes all paints and

mediums (not canvases)

Sunday 12th and Sunday 19th March 2017

At The Art House & Gallery, 63 Railway Av., Kelmscott.

If you want to try painting with acrylics but don’t have acrylic paints, this is the workshop for you, come and use my paints and mediums

No need to buy before you try. I’m sure you will enjoy the experience and you will be going home with at least 2 lovely finished paintings. The pictures above  were painted using these techniques

Both days run from 10am to 3pm  or a little later.

You will need to bring the following :-

  • 2 - 16”x20” stretched canvases that have had 1 coat of Gesso
  • 2 -  small canvases, if you wish to just play as well, with a coat of gesso
  • 1” flat acrylic brush,
  • 2” soft hake brush for blending
  • Rigger brush
  • Bring along the brushes you normally use
  • Spray bottle

Dot Marshall Artist

Mob: 0409 921 838 www.dotmarshall.com Email: [email protected]

Armadale Home Help Sale of Work

We have been given space on a wall in the newly renovated day care room of the Armadale Home Help Centre at 4 Talus Drive, Mount Richon to exhibit and sell art work. This project will be under trial for a period of 3 months to see if the art work sells.

Sandy Spindler (0414361321) and Lynda Everitt (0401943125) have agreed to be the coordinators. They will liaise between the centre and the society. If you have any queries please contact them.

  

There have already been sales so if you are interested there is a box in the Art House for you to drop off work, no large paintings  please, and keep the

prices to a minimum

FACEBOOK PAGE

ARMADALE SOCIETY OF ARTISTS INC

Come on, how about sharing some of your latest masterpieces with us on our facebook page for everyone to see. We have a very good following, everyone is interested in how their peers are going, a few pics of different stages of your painting would be good as well.

SHARE AND CARE

Isabel Colenutt is doing a grand job posting things of interest but she would like some input from you as well.

Classes at the Art House

MONDAY  -  NEAMI GROUP           FROM 10AM TO 1PM

MONDAY  -  Pastel artists group. contact Hazel Moore [email protected]  1pm to 4pm

TUESDAYS 10am to 2pm  Portraits in oils classes—Carol Joy  0427749085

WEDNESDAY am informal group, Contact Sandra Reynolds 0414 410 137 from 9.30 to 12

WEDNESDAY pm oil painting classes contact Val 0478 530 659 from 1pm to 4 pm

WEDNESDAY evening informal group, Contact Val  0478 530 659 from 6.30 to 9

THURSDAY 9.30 to 2.30 Watercolours  fortnightly with Deb Weber 0434059316  $30 byo

THURSDAY 9.30am to 12.30 Thursday 2nd February and then every second Thursday 9.30 a.m. - 12.30 p.m. $15 per session. Supply own materials. With Megan Obrien 0409 293127

FRIDAY (AM) NEW GROUP, informal group -  from 10 am to 12. contact Val 0478 530 659

FRIDAY AM  DRAWING CLASS 10am to 12 with David Box 0488 392 931

FRIDAY PM DRAWING CLASS  pm Chantelle 0422541738.

SATURDAYS Alt Saturdays ACRYLIC and MIXED MEDIA COLLAGE CLASSES   Dot Marshall 10am to 12.30.pm. $15 [email protected]  website www.dotmarshall.com  0409 921 838

GO TO OUR WEBSITE FOR MORE INFORMATION ON WORKSHOPS, CLASSES AND GROUPS.

www.armadalesocietyofartists.com.au

FEATURE ARTIST

For March2017

Will be

EDDIE BEER

The following months are available for feature artist, please contact Anna on 0411 633 015

July, August, Oct, Nov, Dec.

The feature artist will be able to display their work in the entrance area of the art house, they will be responsible for hanging and labelling their own work. They can demonstrate in the area

designated, we would like the feature artist to be at the arthouse (hopefully painting) as much as

possible, especially on Friday and Saturday

We are in need of old clean towels for the shed at the art house to use on the tables during classes and workshops so please bring them to us.

Suggestion Box 

At the Art House . You can put your name to

suggestion or remain anonymous . Suggestions will be discussed

at committee meeting . We are always looking for ways to

improve the Art House and Society.

----------------------------------------------

Received this lovely letter from Dr Tony Buti MLA Member for Armadale on our nomination for Citizen of the year (group). Tony is very supportive of ASA and is a sponsor of our Annual Exhibition. Many thanks Tony

 

BIG THANKS TO

Janet Gardiner and Val Mezger who have taken on the task of cleaning the art house on Wednesdays, but please, this doesn’t mean that you will not have to clear up after your groups or classes. Make sure everything is left in a clean and tidy state and make sure the dishes are washed and put away...thanks.

MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL DUE

Just a reminder that your annual membership fees are due. They can be paid at the next meeting or at the Art House. Just remember if your membership is not paid you cannot take part in any of our exhibitions, hang your work in the Gallery, get the monthly newsletter, art discounts at many of the art suppliers.

ASA COMMITTEE  2017

PRESIDENT ANNA NEWBEY 0411 633 015 -  [email protected]     

VICE PRESIDENT MAUREEN SMITH [email protected].   0416257594

SECRETARY HELEN GORDON  -  0439 679 000 

[email protected]

TREASURER VAL MEZGER  -  0478 530 659  [email protected]

COMMITTEE

JANET GARDINER  -  0447 778 334  [email protected]

IAN KALLAS  -  0427 727 314 [email protected]

SANDRA SPINDLER   -  0414 361 321

EDDIE BEER  -  0433 367 132



November, December newsletter

NEWSLETTER          November / December 2016

ARMADALE SOCIETY OF ARTISTS (inc)

Email : [email protected]

www.armadalesocietyofartists.com.au

Hi Everyone,

Well it's almost Christmas which means the end of the year is close. This will be the last newsletter for the year. I can't believe how fast the year has gone. I would like to say that I have really enjoyed being the President this year even though it has taken me way out of my comfort zone. I am very thankful to the Committee, Art House Committee, Members and Volunteers who have helped to make it such a successful year. Some of the projects done throughout the year included giving the front of the Art House a facelift as well as re-arranging the rooms in the Art House, making it a more public friendly space. As well as securing 2 Exhibitions at the Armadale Shopping Centre for next year. I would also like to thank those who have kept the Art House running smoothly from doing the gardening and mowing the lawns to cleaning the house and shed. Another  thank you to all of those who have had positions to fulfill throughout the year, making the Society run smoothly and spreading the workload for everyone.

I have also had a very positive feedback about the Annual Exhibition and am happy to say that we are able to book the hall for next year again as the renovations are not starting till later.

Don't forget the AGM is on Thursday 1st December, where a new committee will be elected. If you are interested in any of the positions, please fill in a nomination form or if you want to know anything about it, then ask one of the committee members for the information. Sandy Schroder will also be at the meeting selling goodies from Art Scene. Please bring a plate of finger food to share for supper. There will not be a demonstrator.

Also the next Christmas Art/Craft Market is on Sunday 4th December at the Art House, 9am to 3pm. Our last one was very successful with a wonderful atmosphere enjoyed by all. This time we will be having a sausage sizzle, so please come down and support the Society and the stall holders.

Just a reminder that our next exhibition will be in March next year at the Armadale Shopping Centre in front of Target. So keep this in mind. There is not a huge amount of room there so we are looking at more small to medium paintings rather than large ones.We will keep you posted.

So, hope to see you at the AGM. Once again thanks for all your support have a  Merry Christmas and Safe New Year.

Happy painting Anna (president) 0411633015

NEXT MEETING

The next meeting will be Thursday 1ST DECEMBER 

at 7:00pm at the

Creyk Park Pavilion, Waltham Rd, Armadale 

THERE WILL BE NO DEMONSTRATOR FOR THIS MEETING AS IT IS THE AGM AND BREAK UP SUPPER, PLEASE BRING A PLATE OF FINGER FOOD TO SHARE

HOWEVER  WE WILL HAVE SANDIE SCHRODER FROM

ART SCENE

She will be doing all her regular specials and discounts for all our members on art materials

Their annual sale notice is not yet out, but if anyone would like to place orders so she can bring the stock along on the night please contact her in November

If you look on the website for pricing it is usually 20% OFF our “ Shop price “ and our shop price is usually 15% off recommended retail , so the further 20% IS A GREAT SAVING!!!

www.artscene.com.au

My contact details are below

Thank you and I look forward to seeing you and all your wonderful members in December

Sandie Schroder

Art Basics and Art Scene

Office  08 92933033

Mobile  0410 456 532

Email   [email protected]

Subjects for meetings, bring a painting and you could win a Jackson’s voucher

December  -  Celebration

ART ITEMS AND EQUIPMENT

FOR SALE

Canvases for sale at the art house at very reasonable prices, wide selection of sizes, good quality.

Mattboard and foamcore always available at the art house at a very low price of $12 each

NOTE:  THIS IS A NEW SECTION FOR THE NEWSLETTER, A FREE SERVICE, YOU CAN PUT IN ANYTHING ART RELATED AND ITS FREE, PLEASE EMAIL DOT [email protected]

.MAUREEN SMITH has a junior tracer  artograph projector, made in U.S.A. It projects from  9cm to 10 times the size. Ideal for larger scale work, wall murals, signs etc. Its 240 volts .and never used. $100.

Please contact Maureen email [email protected]

Phone  0416 257 594 

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

CHANGE OF PAINTINGS AT THE GALLERY

Tues 29th November

MEETING

1st December  Thursday 7pm

CHRISTMAS ART MARKETS

Sunday 4th December 

AGM MEETING

Thursday 1st December

CHRISTMAS LUNCH PARTY

18th December.

ASA COMMITTEE

PRESIDENT ANNA NEWBEY 0411 633 015 - [email protected]     

VICE PRESIDENT GEOFF REEVES 0473 589 178 

SECRETARY HELEN GORDON  -  0439 679 000  [email protected]

TREASURER VAL MEZGER  -  0478 530 659  [email protected]

COMMITTEE

JANET GARDINER  -  0447 778 334  [email protected]

MAUREEN SMITH  -  0416 257 594  [email protected]

IAN KALLAS  -  0427 727 314 [email protected]

CLAUDIA WOELTJES  -  0408537314 [email protected]

CHRISTINE ENGLAND  -  0422954257

A reminder that the December meeting will be the AGM at which the committee and office bearers will be voted in. SHOULD YOU WISH TO NOMINATE SOMEONE, OR YOURSELF, TO BE ON THE COMMITTEE PLEASE MAKE SURE THE NOMINATIONS ARE IN BEFORE THE MEETING STARTS, CAN BE ON THE NIGHT SO LONG AS IT IS BEFORE THE MEETING BEGINS.

A huge thank you must be extended to the hard working committee for 2016,  Anna has done a remarkable job in her first year as President and I am sure she appreciated the help and support not only of her committee but also the members who quietly help behind the scenes, too numerous to mention individually but I’m sure you know who they are. With a strong membership like ours 2017 is sure to be another amazing year, growing in strength and helping more budding artists achieve their goals.

  

What’s happening at the Art House and Gallery

December  2016

CHRISTMAS Art and craft market

SUNDAY December 4th from 9am to 3pm

Please all come along and join in the fun, sausauge sizzle  will be served all day. From 9am

 

Stalls will include candles, decorative plaques/tiles, kiddies clothes, beautiful hand made sewn items, succulents and more. And there will be around 5 of our own members displaying their artworks and  cards, for sale.

If you are interested in taking a stall in one ot the future markets, either yourself or sharing with a friend or friends, contact

Ian Kallas 0427 727 314 [email protected]

A MESSAGE FROM JON COPE

Thank you to everyone that attended the community screening of the short

documentary film ‘Creativity, culture and community in Armadale: convincing others of the value of cultural development for local governments’.

The City of Armadale has created an online link here, you can paste this in to your browser.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j0QwwmhJuIQ&feature=youtu.be

Please share with your networks as appropriate.

Jon Cope

Community Arts and Cultural Development Officer

CITY OF ARMADALE

[email protected]

We are now making regular sales from the gallery,

the facelift has attracted a lot of new visitors, enormous thanks again to those involved in the work.

FEATURED ARTIST AT THE ART HOUSE

The feature artists for December will be

PETA GALLAGHER

There will be no feature artist in January . Looking for artists April and May 2017

Contact Jane Etienne  0419 371 195

an ideal opportunity to have your very own mini exhibition completely free.

Classes and Workshops at the Art House

MONDAY  -  NEAMI GROUP           from 11am to 2pm

MONDAY  -  Pastel artists group. contact Hazel Moore [email protected]  

TUESDAYS 10am to 2pm  Portraits in oils classes—Carol Joy  0427749085

WEDNESDAY am informal group, Contact Sandra Reynolds 0414 410 137

WEDNESDAY pm oil painting classes contact Val 0478 530 659

WEDNESDAY evening informal group, Contact Val  0478 530 659

THURSDAY 9.30 to 2.30 Watercolours  fortnightly with Deb Weber 0434059316

THURSDAY 9am to 12 noon fortnightly with Megan Obrien, NEW

FRIDAY (AM) NEW GROUP, informal group contact Val 0478 530 659

FRIDAY AM  DRAWING CLASS 10am to 12 with David Box 0488 392 931

FRIDAY PM DRAWING CLASS  pm Chantelle 0422541738.

SATURDAYS Alt Saturdays ACRYLIC and MIXED MEDIA COLLAGE CLASSES   Dot Marshall 10am to 12.30.pm. [email protected]  website www.dotmarshall.com  0409 921 838 (note a change of times, there will be no afternoon group)

GO TO OUR WEBSITE FOR MORE INFORMATION ON WORKSHOPS, CLASSES AND GROUPS.

www.armadalesocietyofartists.com.au

ANNUAL ART CAMP

AT

BANKSIA SPRINGS

DWELLINGUP

An awesome time had by all that went, Banksia Springs is a wonderfully restful place ideally suited for groups.

Here you see Josephine enjoying a quiet time painting by the lake, until someone crept up on her to snap a photo :-).

 

Most spent a lot of time together in the custom built art studio, ideal for painting with lots of natural light and a beautiful patio area under the trees.

 

The last photo is of the whole group when we gathered for lunch at the Blue Wren Café in Dwellingup. The Blue Wren supplied us with our evening meals which were thoroughly enjoyed by all, something different every night, they certainly went to a lot of trouble to please.

 

We were given a treat on Thursday morning when the owner and founder of the property came and gave us a very informative talk on how he established, and built the place, where he got all the nick knacks and antiques. The top picture is the inside of one of the quaint cottages full of antiques and curios.

 

A big thankyou to Sandra Reynolds for doing a great job organising the whole thing.

Donations for Christmas Raffle

DON’T FORGET WE ARE COLLECTING FOR THE CHRISTMAS RAFFLES AT OUR DECEMBER MEEETING, COLLECTION POINT AT THE ART HOUSE IN THE LIBRARY AREA, PLEASE BE GENEROUS, IT IS A LOT OF FUN AT THE MEETING AND A NICE LITTLE FUND RAISER

Urgent request for donations for the Xmas Raffles. Can be left at art house before 29th November please. We haven’t had a huge response yet.

CHANGE OVER OF PAINTINGS

Helen Cockburn and Christine Norman have advised that, in regard to the change over of paintings at the Art House Gallery, they apologize for the need to defer the date yet again to Tues 29th November so you have time to submit some paintings.

Thanks to the hard work that Helen and Christine put in to hang the gallery, and the facelift at the front of the house, we are getting many more visitors and sales.

ANNUAL EXHIBITION UPDATE

Armadale Society of Artists

List of Award Winners for 2016 Annual Exhibition

Chosen by the sponsors of the Award

Peter Risk Award

Patron and sponsor – award of $250.00 and Perpetual Trophy.

Awarded to: Claudia Woeltjes - Victorian Times

The Manse Restaurant Award

$100 Gift Voucher

Awarded to: Linda Glover – A Walk in Springtime

Catherine Kelley AKP Framers Award

$150.00 Framing Voucher.

Awarded to: Angela Saunderson – All that Jazz

Chosen by the judges

First Prize

$400 – donated by the Armadale Society of Artists

Awarded to: Leesa Padget - Nocturne

Second Prize

$300 - donated by the Armadale Society of Artists

Awarded to: Linda Glover – Snow Gums

Third Prize

$200 - donated by the Armadale Society of Artists

Awarded to: Christina Verbrugge – Day’s End

Tony Buti Award

$100 cash donated by Tony Buti

Awarded to: King Toogarr – Trevally and Bonito

HU Kendall & Co Award

$100 Gift Voucher

Awarded to: Jeanette Dyson – Mystical Kimberley

Art Scene Award

$100 Gift Voucher

Awarded to: Jenny Herbert – Yass Valley

Norvek Framers Award

$80.00 Gift Voucher

Awarded to: Jane Trichet – Vigil Perth Zoo

Best Floral Artwork

Gift Voucher of  $50 - donated by Artistry of Flowers

Awarded to: Gwen Edwards – Old Fashioned Beauty

Highly Commended – Jana Vodesil Award

$100 Gift Voucher for Jana Vodesil’s classes

Awarded to: Hazel Moore – copy from Al Xuan’s ‘Walk in Wolf Forest’

Highly Commended

$50 Gift Voucher donated by The Manse

Awarded to: Geoff Reeves – The River

Highly Commended

$25 Gift Voucher donated by The Manse

Awarded to: Christine Norman – Sunlit Pears

Peoples Choice - Oxlades Award

$100 gift voucher, 1st Prize Leesa Padget

Gift Pack, 2nd Prize Eddie Beer

 

 

 

CHRISTMAS IS COMING

AND WE ARE HOLDING A PARTY

 

Christmas lunch at the art house 18th December.

Partners welcome.

Bring a savoury plate plus $10 secret Santa present from self and partner.

Present to be food, drink or art related. Sweets will be provided.

COME AND HELP US CELEBRATE AN INCREDIBLE YEAR

USEFUL WEBSITES FOR PAINTING TIPS OF ALL KINDS

http://painting.about.com/od/paintingtips/a/100PaintingTips.htm

This collection of 100+ painting tips covers a variety of media - watercolor, oil, acrylic, and pastel - and all sorts of things that come up when you're painting, preparing to paint, cleaning up after a painting session, or thinking about framing and exhibiting.

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http://www.artistsnetwork.com/category/articles/art-demos-techniques

Top Art Techniques & Tips

Bring new life to your work with our wide selection of art demonstrations, techniques and tips. A new painting pointer, drawing trick or art tool might make the difference in your next still life or portrait. Now you can paint with knives or learn how to scumble. Art techniques can stretch across media, so whether you work with watercolor, oil, colored pencil or pastel you’ll find something to advance your art.


PATRON - Peter Risk

NEAMI - Armadale - Organisation member

Ones 4 Tech, Kelmscott