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|NEXT MEETING: April 7 meeting will
be held at the Rose
25A, Mt Sinai, NY
Agenda - Guest Speaker, Sandi Woessner, Artist & Owner Blue Door Gallery, Monday, April 7th, 7:30-9:00pm
“From Shabby to Safe to Professional Framing.” Sandi Woessner has a degree in Interior Design and Art Education, University of New Mexico. She is a local Business and Gallery owner for 12 years and has been an invited Juror of Selection for East End Arts Council and South Bay Arts Council. A Professional Artist for over 20 years, her passions is Pastels and Oil Painting.
Ms. Woessner will present an informal and carefully crafted discussion based on her professional experience in the field of framing. Using her own works as reference, she will discuss taking your works from “shabby” to the next level, “safe” (standard), and finally to “professional” level and take you on her journey from artist to gallery owner to custom framing.
Working with artists on all levels she has a sense of the regional art scene and will discuss the nuances of pricing from her viewpoint.
She will conclude with questions from the audience.
North Shore Art Guild is very pleased to present Ms. Woessner to its members. Please mark your calendar.
Tentative Meeting Schedule 2014
Please note, slight changes may occur but demonstrations and presentations are secured.
o Jan 6th – Discuss Holiday Inn Express Member Exhibition, DISTRIBUTE PROSPECTUS and hold group Critique.
o Feb 3rd – Cancelled due to weather
o Mar 3rd – Standard meeting with group Critique
o Apr 7th – Guest Speaker, Sandi Woessner, Owner/Artist, Blue Door Gallery, “The Art of Framing”
o May 5th – Demonstration, Bar LoSchiavo, Holbein Family of Watercolors
o June 2nd – Standard meeting with group Critique
o July 7th – Demonstration, Jennifer Von Stein, Atelier Acrylics
o Aug 4th – Demonstration, Jim Gallagher, VP-Chartpak
o Sep 8th – Standard meeting with group Critique
o Oct 6th – Demonstration, Roy Kinzer, Golden Acrylics – Continued
o Nov 3rd – ELECTIONS and Critique
o Dec 1st – Holiday Party
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|WELCOME TO NORTH SHORE ART GUILD
To promote arts and advancement in all areas of artistic endeavors. The Guild encourages exposure and growth through exhibitions, workshops, demonstrations and helpful "critiquing" given by seasoned artists.
We invite all artists whatever level or medium, to join, learn and grow with the North Shore Art Guild.
North Shore Art Guild Holiday Inn Exhibition
Submission Deadline is now past - thank you to all who are participating - Looks like a great show. We look forward to seeing you at the reception.
Information for our members - East End Arts is offering a Free Workshop at East End Arts Carriage House, located behind the Gallery, 133 E. Main Street, Riverhead: Every Artist Insured - Navigating Healthcare Reform. Monday, March 17, 2014 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm LINK for further information
Attention North Shore Art Guild Members:
Please adjust your calendar - Port Jefferson Village Center (PJVC) Exhibition has been changed to Friday, August 1st – Monday, August 11th, 2014
Additional details, prospectus etc. to follow after the Holiday Inn Exhibition
Drop Off: Friday, August 1st, 10:00am-12:00n, Port Jefferson Village Center, Wayfarer Room (Ground Floor), 101-A East Broadway, Port Jefferson, NY
Reception: Saturday, August 2nd, 5:00-7:00pm, Wayfarer Room
Pick Up: Monday, August 11th, 10:00am-12:00n, Wayfarer Room
NSAG Announcement - July 7th meeting – Demonstration, Jennifer Von Stein, Atelier Acrylics
Through color and form, I celebrate life, its pattern and its passion, creating representational and mixed media pieces. My paintings explore the magic of memory, by capturing present/past moments in the landscape and the figure, and past/future dreams through collage. The depiction of forgotten, beautiful spaces and found text/imagery bears witness to the reality of the outer and inner worlds, always telling a tale once told, once remembered and once forgotten.
Influenced by artists as varied as Monet, Cornell, Wyeth, Johns, Heffernan and Helwein, my work develops along two distinct paths. Although they may seem disparate, my paintings and collages are stories with a subtle narrative thread. They are connected to each other in the way that an experience, and the memory of that experience, are related, but not the same.
I hold a B.A. in Fine Arts from Loyola University and my work is in corporate and private collections internationally. As the Resident Artist for Chroma USA, I lead workshops and conduct demonstrations nationally on acrylic, oil and mixed media techniques. For more information, please visit my website at www.jennifervonstein.com.