Wednesday, December 31, 2008

First Meeting of the New Year

Dont forget!! Monday Jan 5th!
The program will be a drawing session by Sally Heston. Bring paper and pencil.

Monday, December 29, 2008

Call for Entries

Here's a website that has so many opportunities for artists....

http://asingularcreation.com/Newsletters/december-29-2008.htm

Thursday, December 04, 2008

Holiday Sales

13th Annual Bob & Friends Holiday Sale

Saturday, December 6, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Sunday, December 7, 1 to 5 p.m.

Yost Pottery

1643 Massillon Road

For further info visit http://www.yostpottery.com/default.htm

or call 330-734-0763


Clip Art Holiday Open House

Sunday, December 7, noon to 5 p.m.

Refreshments and good cheer – door prizes – free gift wrap – 10% off salon retail

Artwork in a variety of media including work by Terry Dike, Dan Sayre, Joan Colbert and more!

Clip Art 1165 East Tallmadge Avenue, Akron, Ohio, 330-633-2787(330-633-ARTS)


OVER THE RIVER WINTER Exhibit

November 28, 29, 30

December 5, 6, 7

and every day December 12 - 21

11 am until 5 pm

The Log Cabin Gallery

1671 Main Street

(in back up North Canal)

Peninsula, OH 44264

330-657-2670

www.thelogcabingallery.com

Monday, December 01, 2008

HSA Meeting December 2

Sandy Dennison instructs us in the use of dark, black colorsSome of Sandys work.

A collage of Sandy's featuring lots of texture and Black!


Trudy Painting, Marge Flynn and Maggie MacGrainor at the meeting.


Paul Adams works on his painting.

HSA members, hard at work.

Monday, November 24, 2008

December 1 Meeting


The next meeting on 12/1 will present Sandy Dennison with 'Black, the Forbidden Color'.
She would like this to be a paint along so bring your oils, acrylics, colored pencils, pastels or watercolors and a black ground. If you bring watercolors, bring a tube of white guache or white tempora to make it a bit more opaque. I have done this with Sandy before and it is great fun. WE will try to have some guache or tempora there for those who forget.

Thursday, November 20, 2008

Kaleidoscope Show 2008

Kaleidoscope 2008 opens this Friday, November 21, with a reception from 6 to 8 p.m. at Summit Artspace!


Kathleen Harrington has a piece included in the show. It is a collage titled
"Let A Hundred Flowers Bloom"
Other Events this Weekend:

Dickens of an Evening
Fri Nov 21 & Sat Nov 22, 6:00pm
Hower House, University of Akron
330-972-6909 www.uakron.edu/howerhse

"Informance" Music & Conversation
Thurs Nov 20, 7:30pm
Private Residence
330-535-8131 www.akronsymphony.org

Big Box Reuse Art Lecture
Wed Nov 19, 6:00pm, FREE
Folk Hall, University of Akron
330-972-6030 www.uakron.edu/art

Borowiec Photography Lecture
Thurs Nov 20, 7:00pm, FREE
"Bids for Kids" Online Auction
begins Fri Nov 21
Cuyahoga Valley National Park Association
330-657-2909 x 136 www.cvnpa.org

Dance 2008: Excellence in Motion
Fri thru Sun, Nov 21-23
Stump Theatre, Kent State University
330-672-2760 www.kent.edu/fpa

University of Akron Dance Company
Thurs thru Sat, Nov 20-22, 8:00pm
Sun Nov 23, 2:00pm
Daum Theatre, Kolbe Hall
330-972-7895 www.uakron.edu/faa

"Meet the Artist" Opening Reception
Fri Nov 21, 5:00pm, FREE
Summit Artspace
330-376-8480 www.summitartspace.org

Concerts

Mozart for Two Pianos
Sat Nov 22, 8:00pm
EJ Thomas Hall
330-535-8131 www.akronsymphony.org

The Cleveland Orchestra
Tues Nov 18, 7:30pm
EJ Thomas Hall
330-535-8131 www.tuesdaymusical.org

Folk Concert: Mountain Rose
Sat Nov 22, 8:00pm
Happy Days Lodge, Cuyahoga Valley Natl Pk
330-657-2909 www.cvnpa.org

Percussion Ensemble
Thurs Nov 20, 8:00pm, FREE, Ludwig Hall
Men's Chorus Concert
Fri Nov 21, 7:30pm, FREE, Cartwright Aud
Band Concert
Sun Nov 23, 3:30pm, FREE, Cartwright Aud
Kent State University330-672-2760 www.kent.edu/fpa Corey Smith
Thurs Nov 20, 8:00pm
EJ Thomas Hall, University of Akron
330-972-7570 www.uaevents.com

Concert & Cocktails
Thurs Nov 20, 5:00pm, FREE
Akron Art Museum 330-376-9186 x229 www.akronartmuseum.org

BluesNite Jam & Open Mike
Sat Nov 22, 7:00pm, FREE
Peninsula Art Academy 330-657-2248
www.peninsulaartacademy.com

Theatre

Stage Door
Thurs thru Sat, Nov 20-22, 7:30pm
Firestone Theatre 330-873-3408
www.akronschools.com

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Winter Exhibit

OVER THE RIVER WINTER Exhibit
November 28 thru December 21
Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays
Including Monday thru Thursday, December 15, 16, 17, 18
11 am until 5 pm

The Log Cabin Gallery
1671 Main Street
(in back up North Canal)
Peninsula, OH 44264
330-657-2670
www.thelogcabingallery.com

EXHIBITING ARTISTS

Pat Bakos, Gemstone Trees
Sarrah Becker, Glass Designs
Susan Begin, Mixed Media
Gabriele Bryant, Stained Glass
Sofia Calderwood, Jewelry
Don Carroll, Jr., Wood Works
Lorna D'Atri, Purses, Hand-Knit Scarves & Hats
Barbara Franzreb, Decorative Painting
Tamara Gunnels, Tree Charms & Art Glass
Joyce Harrington, Mixed Media
Marti Higgins, Paintings
Wendy A. Houlahan, Pottery
Roseanne Klimo, Stone Jewelry
Dawn-Lyn Kovalchick, Decorative Art
Patrick Livengood, Hand Forged Iron Work
Russ OBrien, Art Glass
Diane Seskes, Photography
Lucille Seskes, Traditional Quilting & Piecing
Paula Singleton, Hats & Vintage Button Jewelry
Jim Spencer, Wood Bowls & Carvings
Diane Taninecz, Handcrafted Jewelry
Gwen Waight, Mixed Media
Audrey Winkler, Handcrafted Jewelry
David Zeager, Fine Woodworking

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Give Art! Get a Discount!

Find the perfect holiday gift while supporting the arts in your community! Present your valid Akron Art Museum membership card at the following galleries to receive 10% off of your purchases. Offer valid on November 13, 14 and 15 only.

Opening Reception
Join us for a special Gallery Hop Opening Reception at Akrona Galleries (formerly Akron Center for Art & Framing) on November 13, 7 - 9 pm. Experience Akrona?s beautiful new space at 1765 West Market Street , enjoy wine and hors d'oeuvres and talk art with old and new friends. RSVP at 330.376.9186 x225.

Participating Galleries


Akron Glass Works
106 North Main Street
Akron, OH 44308

Akrona Galleries
1765 West Market Street
Akron, OH 44313

Black Squirrel Gallery
141 East Main Street
Kent, OH 44240

Don Drumm Studios and Gallery
437 Crouse Street
Akron, OH 44311

Harris-Stanton Gallery
2301 West Market Street
Akron, OH 44313

Hudson Fine Art & Framing Co.
9 Aurora Street
Hudson , OH 44236

The Market Path
833 West Market Street
Akron , OH 44303

McKay Bricker Gallery & Framing
609 Mantua Street
Kent , OH 44240

Peninsula Art Academy Gallery
1600 West Mill Street
Peninsula , OH 44264

Red Light Galleries

111 North Main Street

Akron, OH 44308

Rubber City Clothing
18 North High Street
Akron, OH 44308

Studio Arts & Glass
7495 Strauss Avenue NW
North Canton, OH 44720

Tomorrow?s Treasures Picture Framing & Gallery
333 West Cedar Street
Akron , OH 44307

We Gallery
20 North High Street
Akron , OH 44308

For additional information, including gallery hours, please visit www.AkronArtMuseum.org

Tuesday, November 04, 2008

Art Happenings

Harris Stanton Gallery
2301WestMarkeSttreet Akron Ohio4 4313
THE INTERNATIONAL SHOW
paintings,drawings,origional graphics
November 7 - December 6. 2008

Opening Reception
Friday Novernbe7r ,5:30- 8:00p m

www.HarrisStantonGallery.com
call3 30.867.7600 for more information

Other local artists and their shows:
from Aof RC:

Tammy Jo Fuller and Gary Fossaceca have pieces in the new "Toying with Imagination" exhibition at the Akron Art Museum! The exhibition is in the Corbin Gallery and includes 100 or so photos taken with toy cameras. The show runs through January 11, 2009. Museum hours are: Tuesday through Sunday - 11AM - 5PM, Thursday - 11AM - 9PM, Closed Mondays. It is a great exhibition and features a glass showcase with some vintage toy cameras on display. We hope you'll all be able to go!!!
Gary has some pieces hanging at the Viking Vineyards Winery on Old Forge Road in Kent. His work will be displayed in the Lake View Hospitality Room beginning the first week of November. Several other artists are included in this exhibition, too.
To get to the winery take I-76 east to exit 532 (exit #29 - Mogadore, Tallmadge), turn right on 532, turn left at the first light (Newton) and Viking Vineyards is about a mile down on the right... There is a sign directing you to the winery. The driveway back to the winery is a one-lane gravel road.
The hours are: Tues. thru Thurs. 5PM to 9PM, Fri. & Sat. Noon to 11PM, Sunday 1PM to 8PM. The wine here is amazing - especially the Red Kiss which is a chocolate-flavored red wine. They have some new wines, too - including an ice wine which is available for tasting. Let us know if you're going out and maybe we'll meet you. Gary's work should be up for a month. Thanks and we hope you can make it out!

Retrospective, Contemporary works by Cheryl Lee
Exhibit runs through November 15 at the Local Girl Gallery-16106 Detroit Avenue-Lakewood, Ohio
216.228.1802 http://www.localgirlgallery.com/

John Kluth - FJKluth Art Gallery, 300 N. Water St. Ste. I, Kent Ohio 44240-2423
The phone number is the same: 330-676-1999, fjk@fjkluth.com
Local artists can exhibit for free if they restrict themselves to a one day show.

HSA member Kathleen Harrington http://kathleenharrington.blogspot.com/ has miniatures accepted in the Chambersburg PA Miniature Show and is also in the miniature show at Utrecht Art Supplies in University Heights.

Saturday, November 01, 2008

HSA Meeting Monday NiIght

Remember!!! Our meeting is at the Cuyahoga Valley Art Center on Nov 3


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Thursday, October 30, 2008

Haunted!!

Creative Ghosts & Goblins Fill Summit Artspace
for Halloween Weekend

(Akron, OH) – Ghosts and goblins will be truly creative this Halloween weekend thanks to a scary group of Akron area artists. Eight top professional artists and four young, emerging artists have put their devilish talents together to build an eerie art installation called Haunted Artspace. It will be open to the public Friday, October 31and Saturday, November 1 noon to 9 pm and November 6-8 noon to 5 pm at Summit Artspace, 140 E. Market Street. Admission is a $2 donation.

Members of the creative coven are Mark Soppeland, Donna Webb, Joseph Blue Sky, Joan Colbert, Laura Bidwell, Leandra Drumm, Inda Blatch-Geib, Miller Horns plus art students Dan Coffield, Kevin Smalley, Rachel Gentner and Bonnie Stipe.

This is not the typical haunted house with costumed chainsaw killers and axe murderers jumping out from dark corners. These talented people have used their refined aesthetic sensibilities to create a true work of art that just happens to be very mysterious. Visitors will wend their ways through a creative world of creepy corners, cupboards and crevices. The installation is made possible with contributions from FirstEnergy Foundation and University Park Alliance. The building is in the University Park neighborhood.

Also on display at Summit Artspace is Fresh & Spooky, a gallery exhibition of 91 frightening works of art created by artists from Summit, Portage and Medina Counties. Sponsored by OMNOVA Solutions Foundation, this exhibition is free. On Saturday, November 8 from 1-3 pm, artist Ardyse Mund will present a free workshop titled Looking Closely at Trees.

Summit Artspace is located at the corner of E. Market and Summit Streets, one block from the Akron Art Museum. Established in 2002, it is a project of the Akron Area Arts Alliance in cooperation with Summit County government. Its gallery presents seven exhibitions per year and is dedicated to displaying works by local artists. There is free parking behind the building off Summit Street.

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Collage workshop

Here are some photos from Monday nights meeting. Collage artist Gretchen bierbaum conducted a mini worksop. She brought everything we needed to make our own collages.








Here are some of our finished collages:


Saturday, October 18, 2008

Meeting Reminder!

Reminder!
Meeting Monday Night
October 20
Collage Workshop with Gretchen Bierbaum

Friday, October 17, 2008

Artist Neworking Event

From Todd:

Opportunity Knocks - An Artist’s Networking Event
Friday, November 7th 9:00am to 4:00pm @ Musica

I am opening up my “little black book” to introduce you to the people that have helped me become a successful Entrepreneur/Artist with an international audience.
You can meet them in person, pick their brains, and come to know PERSONALLY the people who are making arts in our region THEIR priority!

If you are ready to MAKE YOUR ART CAREER actually work, if you are ready to take your art business to the next level, you need to come to this event! YOU will have a day full of information, and networking that can take your art business to the places you have never imagined it could go. Whether you are involved in an arts organization, a not for profit, or you are an individual artist looking for a better understanding, or if it is simply time to “jump-start” your life, this event is guaranteed to help you. Be sure to bring your business cards to this event!

You will get to talk to and share ideas with:
Tony Troppe - Local business owner, gallery owner, and developer
Suzie Graham - Director of Arts and Children's activities for the City of Akron
Alex Nicholis - Curator of the Massillon Museum
Gary Lockwood - Co-Creator of Standing Rock Cultural Center, and consultant for the Ohio Arts Counsel
todd v - Artist and Director for City Art Project, Inc.
and... Maybe even a couple more surprise guests!!

Reserve your seats now! Tickets to this event are only $45.00 in advance and you can purchase them online now at http://www.cityartproject.org - Seating is limited! We want to keep this as a smaller intimate group for better discussion!

Each of our guest speakers will present information on their area of expertise – information that will equip you for a quantum leap in your art endeavors. Here is what you will learn about:

• The opportunities for artists to work with local business owners and developers. Find out who might be looking to offer commission work, or installations in Akron and the surrounding areas.

• Find out about all the cool opportunities to work with the City of Akron, and how to create proposals that the city will actually consider!

• Find out how to approach galleries, and museums for shows and representation!

• Find out how to write a grant that someone will actually read, and that gets money! Get a template that you can use to write your own grants!

• Find out how to use the internet to grow your art career. Create press kit that will get attention!

• Finally, we will discuss true collaboration - the key to our collective success!

After each presentation we will open the floor to discussion, giving you a unique opportunity for give and take with an expert answering your specific needs, an open dialog to expand or explain how to get the most out of your efforts.

To wrap the meeting up we will come together for an open discussion on collaboration brainstorming how we can all work together to further develop Akron as an arts and cultural destination. This will include an open cash bar to allow for further networking and group discussions. It’s the arts networking event that becomes a party!

Coffee and water will be provided. Additionally we will have a prepared lunch from Crave!

NO MORE EXCUSES. NO MORE COMPLAINTS. JUST MAKE THE COMMITMENT TO YOURSELF - AND YOUR CREATIVE FUTURE. ATTEND THE Opportunity Knocks EVENT! I am CERTAIN that you will be better prepared to make the most of your art career.

Additionally, each attendee will get a coupon to order a FREE DVD from one of the presentations at the event! (all the others will also be available at a discount for attendees!) . These will be available soon after the event.

Reserve your seats now! Seating is limited!

For more information or directions to the event please call 330.671.3792 - Please forward this information on to the artists you know

Visit http://www.cityartproject.org for more information!

Thursday, October 16, 2008

Upcoming Art Events

Next Thursday, October 23rd, at 7 PM, there is the inaugural event at the Akron Art Museum:
The Freakishly Short Animation Festival. It’s seventy minutes of short, mostly Halloween-themed animated films from around the world; check out the trailer at www.akronfilmfestival.com.


We hope to see you next Thursday, bringing the dream to life.

Your pals,
AIFF
www.akronfilmfestival.com
www.akronartmuseum.org

Friday, October 10, 2008

Art Show at PAA

“Political Issues” at PAA
Meet the Artists Reception, Saturday October 11, 2008, 5-8pm.

Peninsula Art Academy is hosting an exhibit entitled “Political Issues”, October 11 thru November 29, 2008. Works have been accepted on their political relevance to our current election year. Nothing too outlandish, as we are located in the heart of the Cuyahoga Valley National Park. Our own Don Getz, area artist extraordinaire, will jury this show. “The challenge to me is to take a traditional subject and use what is there to create an even more fascinating image – my personal statement. (Don Getz).” So, what is this election all about? Let’s let the artists tell us? All media represented, both 2 and 3D.

Show Hours: 11am to 5pm, Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday and when Studio Artists are present or classes are held.
Call PAA for special tours or appointments, 330-657-2248.

When: Show runs October 11 thru November 29, 2008.
Meet the Artists Reception, Saturday October 11, 2008, 5-8pm.

Where: Peninsula Art Academy, 1600 West Mill Street, Peninsula, Ohio 44264-171
330-657-2248 www.peninsulaartacademy.com
Parking is in front of our building and behind “Elements Gallery”, directly across the street

click here for more details

Thursday, October 09, 2008

Dino Massaroni Show

An Invitation For You:
THE PUBLIC IS INVITEDTO AN
AKRON LIFE & LEISURE
MEET THE ARTIST RECEPTION TO CELEBRATE THE ART OF
DINO MASSARONI
AND VIEW HIS WORK
OCTOBER 16 FROM 6-8 P.M.AT
MOCHA MAIDEN GALLERYMAIDEN LANE
(Behind the Everett Building corner of N. Main & E. Market)or also an entrance on North High Street. Parking available in the city deckacross from the art museum on South High Street AKRON, OHIOTHE ARTWORK WILL BE ON DISPLAY THROUGH NOVEMBER 1For more information please email Nancy at nierbaker@aol.com

Wednesday, October 08, 2008

Local Art Show

Here's a note about an upcoming show:
from Springfield Township Women's Club (45 members). "We are a service organization and we will be having our 35th Autumn Arts & Crafts Show on Saturday, November 1st. It will be held at Springfield High School located at 2966 Sanitarium Rd. (Canton Rd.) Lakemore, OH. It is Juried. We have between 2700-3200 people attend (we know because we charge $1 admission). Our vendors do an awesome business.

I would love to speak with some of your artists regarding buying a $40 booth to display some of your art. This would benefit both your group and bring awareness to southern Summit county and bring some variety to our bazaar. You can put as much art in your booth as you can fit and keep refilling as you sell. The hours are 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The vendors set up on Friday after 4:00 p.m. We have a huge cafeteria that day and free parking for the event.

..... the time is getting short. Please call me at 330-830.3693 or return e-mail me or contact the bazaar committee at: Cindy Howe (330-699-1815 howefore@aol.com) Pam Clayton (330-699-4279 Sluggger2000@cs.com) Chris Bolyard 784-7088 galeswife1090@aol.com). They can better help you as they are the committee. they know the booth sizes, proceedures, etc. They can e-mail you the entry form and expedite the process.
Thanks, Teri Vasile.

Monday, October 06, 2008

Nicki Lanzi Demo



Monday night the HSA members enjoyed a demo of painting watercolor on canvas.
She also displayed some of her finished pieces.

Friday, September 26, 2008

Member News

Darlene Jackson and Barb Zohn just returned from ten days of great painting in Rockport, MA. They had a good time painting and eating. Barb reports that the weather was foggy, overcast, sunny, windy – just about the whole gamut. Of course, the ocean was spectacular as usual.

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Judy Carducci has a show of over 50 paintings, mostly done in France and Italy, but a few others as well, at Jack Richard's Almond Tea Gallery in Cuyahoga Falls.
The current (Fall '08) Workshop issue of American Artist magazine has a 12-page article about my workshop this past summer in southern France, and she'll be teaching there again in Sept. '09 and June, '10, each for 10 days. See www.hautbaran.com for details, as well as my web site, www.judithcarducci.com.

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Diane Keske Talmadge will be teaching beginning oil painting at CVAC on Sat AM and PAA on Wed/Thurs Evenings this fall. Call Diane Talmadge 330-686-0095. Also she is just closing a show of 24 paintings at United Church of Christ in Richfield (thru Sept) and will have several paintings in Log Cabin Gallery's Autumn Show opening Oct 3rd. in Peninsula.

Thursday, September 25, 2008

October 6th Meeting


Be sure to join us Monday night October 6th for a watercolor demo by Richfield artist Nicki Lanzi.
Nicki Lanzi is an accomplished watercolor artist and teacher in Ohio. She attended Kent State University in Ohio, and has utilized her talents over the past 20 years. As an artist, she has been in many juried shows, and won many awards. Her watercolors have been in several galleries, including Massachucetts and New York . In Ohio, The Cleveland Zoo Education center, Solon Public Library, and the lobby of the Radisson CIty Center Hotel of Akron, are a few of the places that have commissioned her work.

Nicki enjoys sharing her knowledge with all ages. Her teaching experiences include the continuing education departments for the Cleveland Instutute of Art, Cuyahoga Community College, many art guilds ,and was also one of the founding members of the Brecksville Center for the Arts.
She is a member of the Akron Women's Art League, Cuyahoga Valley Art Center, and Brecksville Center for the Arts.

Much of Nicki's inspiration is found on Monhegan Island in Maine, where she paints the beauty of nature surrounded by the ocean.

Monday, September 22, 2008

Ohio Collage Society Show

OHIO COLLAGE SOCIETY 2ND ANNUAL EXHIBIT

The Ohio Collage Society, local affiliate of the National Collage Sciety
marks it's 1st anniversary by sponsoring the 2nd annual Member's Show at
Mansfield Art Center in Mansfield , Ohio. Opening ceremonies will take place
on Sunday September 21 at 2 PM and the exhibit runs through October 26.

The Ohio Collage Society is a new organization that is currently growing
it's membership and exhibited member work at peninsula Art Academy in 2007.

Rebecca Langley, curator of the Pearl Conrad Gallery at the Ohio State
Extension Campus, will be the awards judge for this invitational exhibition.
The show will include 2 and 3-dimensional work using a variety of collage
techniques.

The Mansfield Art Center is open Tuesday - Saturday from 11-5 and Sunday
12-5. For more information on the exhibit call the Mansfield Art Center at
419 756 1700. For information on the Ohio Collage Society email

Update - It was a great opening! Here's a slide show from the reception:

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Gretchen Bierbaum

HSA is proud to announce that member Gretchen Bierbaum has a collage in the permanent collection of the Butler Institute of American Arts in Youngstown, OH.
Gretchen will be doing a collage demo for us in October. She is also offering workshops as follows:

September 20th
FREE Collage Demo at the Hudson Library 1:00 - 3:00
Call for a reservation 330 653-6658 X 1010
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October 2nd
FREE Collage Demo at the Peninsula Art Academy 10:00 - 2:00
Call 330 657-2807

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Image Transfer Collage workshop with Gretchen Bierbaum

One Day Workshops - October 31st 2008 :9:30-3:30 November 1st 2008, 9:30-3:30

Cuyahoga Valley Art Center
Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio (Akron area)
330 928-8092
cvartcenter@sbcglobal.net
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November 15 & 16th Longmont Museum Denver CO
Call 303 651-8370 for info
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COLLAGE WORKSHOP - 5 days
January 26, 27,, 28, 29, 30, 2009
von Liebig Art Center
Naples, Florida
Instructor: Gretchen Bierbaum

Abigail Miles, Manager of Education, Naples Art Association
239 262-6517 Ext #110

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UP - dates

A big thanks to Don Getz for his mini workshop last night on sketchbook journaling!
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For those who asked about upcoming Plein Air Painting sessions:
9/20 Wilsons Feed Mill - is on Canal Road just south of Pleasant Valley road… Just in Cuyahoga County.

OPAS competition in New Philadelphia . For information about the Ohio Plein Air Society (OPAS) see their website www.ohiopleinairsociety.com.

9/27 Stanford Youth Hostel From Peninsula go North on Riverview Rd to Boston Mills Road. Go right on Boston Mills Road to Stanford Road. Go North on Stanford road and the Hostel will be on the right.
10/4 Szlalays Farm Take Riverview Road south through Everett to the farm and farmstand. At the owners request please park on the grass by the barn… so that the customers can park by the farmstand.

If you have forgotten this sheet you can always call Ann Kah’s answering machine at 330 467 3416 where the current painting site and directions are listed.
Rainy? – call Ann’s number. We frequently will meet at the Valley Art Center in Cuy Falls if the weather is bad.

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If you are storing any of HSA's 'stuff' you'll be happy to know that we now have a U- Store it rental unit and you can clean out your attic - call Janet Willis for info.

If you have art suppplies or equipment that you would like to give away bring it to the next meeting - there will be a table set up for it.

Friday, September 12, 2008

First Meeting!

For the Monday night workshop Don Getz asks that we make a series of small studies --- no bigger than 9x12 in the drawing media of our choice, then add color with watercolor washes, colored pencils, pastels or the media of our choice. This will be a quick sketchbook course -- like in his new book. We will have some paper and pencils available -- but to get the most of the evening bring paper capable of taking color washes of the media that you usually use.Don will also bring slides. See you there!

Opening Tonight

5-Squared
(= 25 Highland Square artists representing 25 different art forms)

September 12 through October 3

Angel Falls Coffee Company
792 West Market Street
Akron, Ohio

Opening reception Friday, September 12, 5 to 8 p.m.

Not all artwork in 5-Squared will be hanging on the wall or sitting on a pedestal.
This multimedia exhibit includes design arts, writing, music and video, one piece each from an artist who lives, works or plays in Highland Square.
The exhibit was organized by Rosemary Reymann and displayed with the generous assistance of Jim King.

Thursday, September 11, 2008

Free Art Workshop

Watercolor Demo
with Sally Heston

& Oil Demo
with Linda Misja

Saturday, September 13
1:00-3:00 pm


Free Workshop

No registration necessary

Summit Artspace
Akron Area Arts Alliance
140 E. Market St.Akron, Ohio 44308330-376-8480
akronareaarts@sbcglobal.net
www.summitartspace.org

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

This year the Ohio Collage Society will be having its annual show at the Mansfield Art Center.
http://www.mansfieldartcenter.org/
Three HSA members, Kathy Harrington, Gretchen Bierbaum and Jan Noden are exhibiting their work at the show.

The group was founded by Gretchen and Shirley Ende-Saxe is the current President. There are 55 members.

Directions to the show which opens Sunday September 21 , with a reception from 2:00 - 4:00 are here:


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Tuesday, September 09, 2008

Art Events this Week

Hudson History Days
Saturday, Sept. 13, 8am-8pm
Re-enactments, music, demos, food
Actors Summit Theatre, 330-342-0800
www.actorssummit.org

Family Friendly Day
Saturday, Sept. 13, 10am-6pm
Historical portrayal tours
Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens, 330-836-5533
www.stanhywet.org

Downtown @ Dusk
Thursday, Sept. 11, 6:30pm, FREE
Art-making for children, art talks, music
Akron Art Museum, 330-376-9185
www.akronartmuseum.org

Watercolor & Oil Demos
Saturday, Sept. 13, 1:00pm, FREE
Women's Art League of Akron
Summit Artspace, 330-376-8480
www.summitartspace.org

Guitar Virtuoso Ernie Hawkins
Saturday, Sept. 13, GAR Hall in Peninsula
Workshop 3:30pm, Concert 7:30pm
Peninsula Art Academy, 330-657-2248
www.peninsulaartacademy.com

Pat Boas Art Lecture & Reception
Thursday, Sept. 11, 6:00pm, FREE
Folk Hall, Myers School of Art
The University of Akron, 330-972-6030
www.uakron.edu/art


Women's Art League of Akron 75th Anniv.
Summit Artspace 330-376-8480
www.summitartspace.org

Animal Instinct - Betsy Somershield
Cuyahoga Valley National Park Association
www.cvnpa.org

Thursday, September 04, 2008

Upcoming Art Events

Downtown @ Dusk
Thursday, Sept. 4, 6:30pm, FREE
Art-making for Children, Art Talks, Music
Akron Art Museum, 330-376-9185
www.akronartmuseum.org

Artwalk (downtown Akron)
Saturday, Sept. 6, FREE
Trolley begins 5pm, Akron Northside


Recent Acquisitions
Heartfield vs. Nazi Germany
Art of Arthur & Lucia Mathews (closes Sun.)
Akron Art Museum 330-376-9185
www.akronartmuseum.org

Butterflies in Flight!
Great Garden Adventure
Art of Gertrude Penfield Seiberling
Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens 330-836-5533
www.stanhywet.org

Wednesday, September 03, 2008

Free Workshop!

Acrylic Floral Demo
with Barbara Lord

& Watercolor Mixed Media Demo
with Linda Nye

Summit Artspace
Akron Area Arts Alliance
140 E. Market St.Akron, Ohio 44308330-376-8480
akronareaarts@sbcglobal.net
www.summitartspace.org

Saturday, September 6
1:00-3:00 pm

Thursday, August 28, 2008

Clean out your attic!

U-Store-It

HSA now has a storage unit at U-Store-It in Hudson. It’s already being used to store our panels, tents and other miscellany.
If you have anything belonging to HSA in your garage, attic or at your Mother-in-law’s, contact an HSA officer to make arrangements to get it moved into our unit. It will so nice to have everything in one place and easily accessible.

Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Art Events this Week

ART

Art-a-Palooza
Saturday, Aug 30, 10am-6pm, FREE
Arts Festival at Boettler Park
Green Arts Council, 330-644-9589
www.greenartscouncil.org

Downtown @ Dusk
Thursday, Aug 28, 6:30pm, FREE
Art-making for Children, Art Talks, Music
Akron Art Museum, 330-376-9185
www.akronartmuseum.org

Exhibitions - hours vary

Recent Acquisitions (opens Sat.)
Heartfield vs. Nazi Germany (opens Sat.)
Art of Arthur & Lucia Mathews
Akron Art Museum 330-376-9185
www.akronartmuseum.org

Butterflies in Flight!
Great Garden Adventure
Art of Gertrude Penfield Seiberling
Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens 330-836-5533
www.stanhywet.org

Contemporary Pearl Jewelry
Pat Boas Exhibition
University of Akron 330-972-5196
www.uakron.edu/colleges/faa/

Victorian Pasttimes (closes Sunday)
Hower House 330-972-6909
www.uakron.edu/howerhse/

Women's Art League of Akron 75th Anniv.
Summit Artspace 330-376-8480
www.summitartspace.org

Free Concerts

Thurs. 6:30pm
Jazz
Art Museum

Friday 7:00pm
Bob Seger Tribute
Lock 3

Sat. 7:00pm
Herman's Hermits
($5 admission)
Lock 3

For more info:
330-375-2311
www.akron performs.com

Sunday, August 24, 2008

Art on the Green 2008






Some of HSA artists exhibiting this year.

Friday, August 22, 2008

Art Classes

Akrona Galleries 1765 W. Market St, Akron, Registration begins Aug 20, 2008 call Elinore Korow 330-867-8796 or Amy at Akrona 330-865-0909.
Choose from:
#1 Introduction to Pastel Sept. 9th 1-4:00 # 2.
#2.Figure & Portrait Drawing Thurs Sept. 11th through Oct. 30th 9-12pm
#3. Charcoal Drawing Thurs. Sept. 11 - Oct. 30 either/or with the morning 1-4
#4 Beginning oil Painting Fri. Sept. 12-Oct.31
#5. Intermediate to Advanced Pastel Fri. Sept 12-Oct. 31st 1-4:00pm Classe begin week of Sept 9, 2008 Tuition $360.00 plus a small model fee. for each 8 week course (total hours 24) due by first class or upon registration Supply lists to be mailed one week before. Bring 3 examples of your best work to first class. also a notebook and supplies according to your choice of class. Elinore is a nationally known portrait artist listed in the Marquis Who's Who in American Art, American Artists of Renown and many others.

Thursday, August 21, 2008

Free Workshop!


Prisma Color Pencil Demo
Elinore Korow

& Precious Metal Clay Demo
Noreen Miller

Saturday, August 23
1:00-3:00 pm
at
Summit Artspace
Akron Area Arts Alliance
140 E. Market St.Akron, Ohio 44308330-376-8480

Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Radwanski's Solo Show


Catherine "Katina" Pastis Radwanski has a solo show at City Art Gallery, August 22 through 31. City Art Gallery is located at 2091 Front St., Cuyahoga Falls, OH (River Square ). The Opening reception in Saturday Aug. 23, 6:00 - 9:00 pm.

Katina also has two pieces in the Women's Art League of Akron's 75th Anniversary Show at Summit Artspace.
Katina is new to Hudson and to HSA - we're so glad to have her in the group. Welcome Katina!

Monday, August 18, 2008

Best of Show - Sally Heston


Here is a link to an article in the Akron newspaper about the Women's Art League Anniversary Show and HSA member Sally Heston's Best of Show award painting.

http://www.ohio.com/news/top_stories/27065934.html?page=1&c=y
The show, Then & Now — Brushstrokes, Women's Art League of Akron 75th Anniversary Exhibition, is on view at Summit Artspace, 140 E. Market St., Akron, through Sept. 20.



Sunday, August 17, 2008

Art on the Green

Hudson Society of Artists is proud to present its 29th annual "Art on the Green" Aug. 23 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Aug. 24 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on the South Green in Hudson.
The juried art and craft show features more than 160 artists.
The show is one of the largest outdoor shows in Northeast Ohio and draws artists from all the surrounding states and as far away as Florida.
Admission is free. Patrons will find paintings in varied media, jewelry, pottery, glass, woodcarving, weaving, enamel, sculpture, photography, leather and varied other items. All items are for sale.
In addition to the arts and crafts, patrons may dine in a sheltered dining area, choosing from various food concessions, and enjoy live entertainment. Patrons are asked to refrain from bringing pets to the show.
For more information, call 330-650-2771.





Saturday, August 16, 2008

On the Mend

HSA member Jane Sahr is on the mend and making progress in her recovery. She is now at Emeritus assisted living,on Fishcreek road in Stow, Rm 106 . It is easy to find - Fishcreek Road next to the car wash, very close to rt 91.
Jane enjoys visitors and would also appreciate your cards and notes.

Thursday, August 14, 2008

Art Happenings

Women's Art League 75th Anniversary exhibit Brushstrokes Then & Now Aug 15 - Sept. 20, reception Friday 15th 6-8 all invited showing several HSA members included in It's at Summit Artspace. You are invited to join in the celebration of the Women’s Art League’s first 75 years!

On Saturday, August 16, the third University Park Art Fair will take place at Grace Park on Prospect between Perkins and Market Streets. Festival hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Artists of Rubber City will have a group booth at the event – stop by to say hello! A shuttle will provide transportation between several area events that day. Visit http://www.universityparkartfair.org/directions.html for more information.

Also on Saturday: The first workshop in conjunction with the Women’s Art League show will be held at Summit Artspace at 1 p.m. Nicki Lanzi will present Floral Watercolor on Canvas. There is a $5 supply fee; bring your own watercolors if possible.

Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Lowell Ellsworth Smith 1924-2008


Lowell Smith passed away on Monday, August 11, 2008 around 10:00 in the morning.

The memorial service will be Friday morning, August 15, at 11:00 at The First Congregational Church in Hudson.

Address: 47 Aurora St.
Phone: 330 650-4048

Watercolor painter Lowell Ellsworth Smith was born in Canton, Ohio in 1924. Smith and his sister Barbara grew up in an artistic household; his father, Ellsworth P. Smith, was the art director for the Hoover Company and a painter, and his mother was a pianist. Smith’s father encouraged his interest in art, and during Smith’s childhood the family took many trips to art colonies, which helped nurture his artistic inclinations. Smith was a 1942 graduate of Lehman High School in Canton where he studied art and was the drummer in the school dance band. After attending one semester at Miami University of Ohio, Smith was drafted into the U. S. Army Air Force. He served between 1943 and 1945 in England, France, and Germany with the 45th Air Depot Group. When he returned from Europe, he picked up again at Miami University, graduating in 1948 with a B.F.A. While at Miami he also played drums with a dance band. Smith later gained additional schooling through the Famous Artists School of Westport, Connecticut.

Smith worked for many years as a commercial illustrator with Canton Art Service and Manning Studios in Cleveland where he specialized in “pretty girl illustrations for advertising.” He also did cover illustrations for children’s coloring and activity books published by Saalfield Publishing. In 1960, after 12 successful years as a commercial illustrator, Smith turned his attention to fine art figure and landscape painting in his favorite medium, watercolor. Among those Smith names as teachers and influences to his watercolor technique are his father, Roy Wilhelm, Don Stone, Tom Nicholas, and Paul Strisik. Smith turned his attention to the West after 1970 when artist Ramon Kelley noticed one of his paintings at an Ohio art show. His association with Kelley led to his first painting trip to Colorado and New Mexico and an introduction to western collectors and gallery owners. In 1979, Smith joined Kelley, William F. Reese, and Tim Stortz on a painting trip to Oaxaco, Mexico that resulted in a joint exhibition at the Frye Museum in Seattle. Over the years, Smith returned to Mexico repeatedly, and Mexican churches and street scenes are among his favorite subjects.Smith was an invited artist at the 1978 and 1981 National Academy of Western Art (NAWA) shows, and his painting Church Fa├žade—Plaza del Oriente won the Prix de West Purchase Award at the 1983 NAWA show. Smith’s work has also been shown at a number of other art shows in the West, Ohio, and elsewhere. Hundreds of art collectors, including former Texas governor John Connally and Oklahoma oilman T. Boone Pickens, have purchased his paintings.

In 2001, the Canton Museum of Art exhibited a 58-piece retrospective look at the artwork of Lowell Ellsworth Smith and his father, Ellsworth P. Smith.

Lowell was a past president of Hudson Society of Artists and he will be deeply missed.


There are no calling hours. The memorial service will be Friday morning, the 15th., at 11:00 at The First Congregational Church in Hudson. The church is at 47 Aurora Street, Hudson. For directions call 330 650-4048.


Information for this bio is from the national Cowboy Museum: http://www.nationalcowboymuseum.org/research/r_a_smit.html#fina

Monday, August 04, 2008

More Art Opportunities

Call for sculptors The city of Solon, through Solon Center for the Arts, is looking for a sculptor to interpret the following descriptive words defined by those who live, work and play in the Solon community: a city of vision, diversity, service, education and community. The City has allotted $10,000.00 toward the commissioning of this sculpture, plus additional funds for the base. Artist may view the space to determine size and style. Three-dimensional mockups submissions are due Friday, September 12, 2008 at 4:00 pm. One artist will be commissioned. call Ann O'Loughlin, Solon Center for the Arts at 440.337.1400 or email aoloughlin@solonohio.org




Art-a-Palooza - The Green Arts Council invites you to join us in a celebration of the arts in the City of Green at our fourth annual Art-a-Palooza festival on August 30, 2008 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. around the pond at beautiful Boettler Park, located at 5300 Massillon Road. This free event is open to the public and features the work of local and regional artists, with children's art activities, performing arts and art student scholarship support. artheadno1@sbcglobal.net


Call to artists - Be a part of the Third Annual University Park Art Fair at Grace Park!

Call to Artists

Call to Artists “Political Issues” at PAA – Peninsula Art Academy will be hosting an exhibit entitled “Political Issues”, October 11 thru November 29, 2008. Submissions will be accepted on their political relevance to our current election year. Nothing too outlandish, please, as we are located in the heart of the Cuyahoga Valley National Park. Our own Don Getz, area artist extraordinare, will jury this show. “The challenge to me is to take a traditional subject and use what is there to create an even more fascinating image – my personal statement. (Don Getz).” So, what is this election all about? Please tell us? All media welcomed, suitable for an “open to the public” environment. Details here: http://www.peninsulaartacademy.com/documents/Political%20Issues.pdf

Downtown Cleveland Alliance Amateur Photo Contest, addressing "life and built environment" in downtown Cleveland. What defines your experience here? What story do you want to tell about your city? Enter up to two photos to the Downtown Cleveland Alliance for your opportunity to win prizes up to $500. A print of the winning photo will provided by Dodd Camera. All entries will be shown on Dollar Bank's Regional Showcase Led Board at the Galleria throughout the month of September. All submissions must be received by 11:59 PM on August 15th, 2008. For official contest rules visit: www.downtownclevelandalliance.com/photocontest.asp


"52 Weeks 52 Works" annual calendar. - Academy Graphic Communication (AGC) is sending out its official annual call for artists for their "52 Weeks 52 Works" annual calendar. This will be AGC's the 7th printed calendar highlighting the talent of local artists! Any artist living in Northeast Ohio is eligible. You can view the 2008 calendar online and download the submission form here. The deadline for submissions is September 15, 2008. Any questions on this opportunity should be directed to Candice Champion, Academy Graphic Communication at (216) 661-2550 or CandiceChampion@agcinc.org.

Friday, August 01, 2008

Something Spooky!

info@akronareaarts.org
For Immediate Release Contact: Jessie Raynor, Director

Summit Artspace news in this release:
· Gallery is looking for fresh, new art with a SPOOKY theme
Artworks for consideration due September 23
$1,000 in prize money to be awarded
Call to Tri-County Artists for HAUNTED Art

(Akron, OH) – “Fresh & Spooky” is the new title and theme for Summit Artspace Gallery’s fourth annual juried exhibition offering significant cash awards to local artists. The gallery is looking for works of art that are unearthly, ghostly, mysterious, weird and uncanny. (No guts, gore or chainsaws, please.)

OMNOVA Solutions Foundation has underwritten three top-place prizes of $500, $300 and $200. Selected works will be on display at the downtown Akron gallery from October 3 to November 8.

Artworks for consideration must be delivered to Summit Artspace Tuesday, September 23 from noon to 7 pm. Pieces must be “fresh,” which means created in 2007 or 2008 All types of media – paint, ceramics, photography, glass, metal, mixed -- are encouraged, as well as two and three dimensional art. There is a $10 entrance fee.

Artists, who live, work or attend universities in Summit, Portage and Medina Counties are eligible. Interested artists can request an application with details by calling the Akron Area Arts Alliance at 330-376-8480 or online at www.summitartspace.org. Only one entry per artist will be considered.

The exhibition’s guest juror is artist Mark Soppeland, who will also hang the show. He warns that works selected will be displayed in unorthodox ways to enhance the spooky theme. “It may take on the appearance of an exhibition installed by poltergeists,” Soppeland said. Distinguished Professor of Art at the University of Akron, Soppeland’s paintings and sculpture have been shown in over 300 solo and group exhibitions on four continents.

Summit Artspace Gallery, located at 140 E. Market St., is a project of the Arts Alliance in cooperation with Summit County government. It presents seven exhibitions per year and is dedicated to displaying works by local artists. Admission and parking are free. Hours are Thursday-Saturday noon to 5 pm.



Jessie Raynor
Director
Akron Area Arts Alliance
140 E. Market Street
Akron, OH 44308
330.376.8480
info@akronareaarts.org

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Thursday, July 31, 2008

Call for Artists

“21 AT THE BAY”

Paint on location in beautiful Put-In-Bay, OH with 20 other artists. Sponsored by The Blue Cottage Gallery, this four day event will be held Sept 8-11, 2008. Celeste Mycoskie is looking for 21 artists who are willing to do 4 days of plein air painting in Put-In-Bay and the surrounding island area. A grant from the Ohio Arts Council will provide ferry fees and subsidize one night of housing per artist . Area B&B’s are offering reduced rates (as low as $75 per night) for the remaining nights. Artists are responsible for transportation (other than the ferry), the cost of this housing and all meals during the event. Artists will be free to paint at the locations of their choice on Monday –Thursday. On Thursday evening artists may display and price their work for sale. No commission will be taken at that time.

Only 21 artists will be featured, so if you are interested in participating please contact Celeste Mycoskie – 216-310-6261 or the Blue Cottage Gallery at
419-285-2128 as soon as possible.
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Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Show Your Art!

Here are some places where you can show your art:

Cuyahoga Falls Library: Contact Val Moriano, e-mail vmoirano@cuyahogafallslibrary.org

Stow-Munroe Falls Library: Contact Sue Archer, archersu@oplin.org

Fitworks: Contact Kelly Fisher, kfisher@fitworks.com (there are several health clubs in Northeast Ohio She is interested in putting art in all their locations.)

There is a really nice website called myartinfo.com where for FREE you can put your images online along with a photo, bio, etc.

Opportunities for Artists

Stewart's Caring Place -Annual Holiday Boutique is Saturday, October 25 from 10-4.

Stewart's Caring Place provides support, education and information to people and families touched by cancer. Their services are free of charge through the generosity of individuals, corporations and foundations.
Participants in Holiday Boutique are asked to pay:
 $25 table fee
Contribute 15% of sales
Provide one item for the raffle
They provide a 6’ table and chairs along with complimentary snacks and beverages.
Please submit a photo representative of your work and a self-addressed, stamped envelope.
We will limit the number of artists in each category. Entries received after we have reached
maximum capacity will be refunded. Space is limited so send in your applications quickly.
Admission to the show is free and will be advertised in a variety of local newspapers
and their newsletter which is sent to over 4000 people. They will also provide you with flyers.
If you have any questions, please contact Marla Schleider at 330-869-2845
or email her at stringbeads@sbcglobal.net. for an entry form.

Cover Art Search

AAAA compiles and prints an Arts Calendar three times each year that lists all exhibitions, shows, concerts, and other arts events for our 47 member organizations. The cover of the brochure features a graphic from one of our local artists. To apply for one of your works to be considered, email a jpeg or tiff to akronareaarts@sbcglobal.net by August 18. Works must be small or croppable, and appropriate for one-color printing. Credit will be shown, along with a website address, if desired.

Friday, July 04, 2008

Saturday Painting Schedule - July - October

7/5, Brandywine Falls:
Take old route 8 north from 303 to Brandywine road. Follow the road to the Brandywine Falls Bed and Breakfast. There are two parking lots. One is by the B&B and and it curls around to a smallish lot. The other is just before the b&B (on the SW side). There is a bridge over the creek and on the side across from the b&b is the road that takes you around behind the falls.

7/12, MD garage:
from 303 in Peninsula go north on Riverview Rd. to Boston Mills Road. Go right (east) to the MD garage. Opas paintout at Marblehead. See www.ohiopleinairsociety.com7/19 Carol Smith House From Hudson take 91 N to Heinz Hill road. The address is 1842 Heinz Hill road. House, barn, pond, great gardens.

7/26, Deep Lock Quarry:
Take Akron Peninsula Road south from Peninsula. The entry to the park is on the left just past Heritage Farms tree farm We will be at the quarry (which is the right fork of the trail).

8/2, Pat Raeder's house:
Pat Raeder is a local sculptor who has lovely grounds and gardens, also views of Yellow Creek. From Peninsula, take Riverview south to Bath road. Go right (ie west) to the first right. This, oddly enough, is still bath road. You will see a small road on your right called Cynthia Circle. Pat's house has a large stone sign by the drive.

8/9, Kendall Ledges:
Take 303 W to Akron-Peninsula road. Go south to Kendall Park Road (Truxell Road in Hudson) Turn in at the Ledges parking lot. Park in the area farthest from the road and follow the trail at that end to the steps. We will be at the bottom of the steps.

8/16, Farmers market at Heritage Farms:
From Peninsula go south on Riverview. The farm is just past the library on the right. Park at the far end of the lot at the request of the owner.

8/23, Horseshoe Pond:
Take rte 303 w to Peninsula. At Riverview road take a left and go south to Major road. Take a right and the entrance to Horseshoe pond will be on your right.

8/25, Gorman Heritage FArm in Evandale, OH (near Cincinati)

8/30, Furnace Run (Brushwood Lake) on Townsend road:
This site is off of Brecksville road just south of where it passes over the Ohio turnpike and it turns into Cleveland-Massilon Road. From Hudson, go west on 303 to Cleveland Massilon Road. Turn North to Townsend road. Turn Left, the park is on your right.

9/6, Tinkers Creek:
This is in the Bedford Reservation. From Hudson, take rte 8 north to Alexander Road (Pleasant Valley Road) Go west to Dunham Road. Turn North. Cross Tinkers creek and turn right to the picnic areas.

9/13, Glendale Cemetary:
Downtown Akron. From rte 8 West on market street to Maple. South on Maple Street and left on Glendale.9/20 Wilsons Feed Mill - is on Canal Road just south of Pleasant Valley road… Just in Cuyahoga County. OPAS competition in New Philadelphia . see www.ohiopleinairsociety.com .

9/27, Stanford Youth Hostel:
From Peninsula go North on Riverview Rd to Boston Mills Road. Go right on Boston Mills Road to Stanford Road. Go North on Stanford road and the Hostel will be on the right.

10/4, Szlalays Farm:
Take Riverview Road south through Everett to the farm and farmstand. At the owners request please park on the grass by the barn… so that the customers can park by the farmstand.

If you have forgotten this sheet you can always call Ann Kah’s answering machine at 330 467 3416 where the current painting site and directions are listed. See ya there.

Rainy? – call Ann’s number. We frequently will meet at the Valley Art Center in Cuyahoga Falls if the weather is bad.

For information about the Ohio Plein Air Society (OPAS) see their website www.ohiopleinairsociety.com .

Saturday, June 07, 2008

Clothesline Art Show and Sale - June 19, 20, 21

The Clothesline Art Show and Sale
June 19, 20 and 21, 2008 (Thursday – Saturday)
Noon to 5:00 each day

Our annual Clothesline Art Sale and Show is a sale of ORIGINAL SMALL UNFRAMED artwork, and will be held at the Hudson Middle School Commons, 77 N. Oviatt Street.

This is our second year at this location. The Hudson Garden Club and Antiques and Collectibles will also share this location.


MEMBERS:
The Clothesline Art Sale and Show is open to all members.
Deliver artwork to the Barlow Community Center on Tuesday, June 17, 5:00 – 7:00 p.m.

Be sure to bring:

1) entry form. Download the entry form here.
2) completed list of entries
3) a self-addressed stamped #10 envelope
4) make sure the labels are attached to the front of artwork in the lower right corner.

Contacts: Sarah Gobrecht and Lori Hess

Monday, June 02, 2008

Saturday Painters Schedule

Hudson Society of Artists has an active group of painters who meet every Saturday from 8:30 AM to noon. You don't need to be a member of H.S.A. to participate, and there is no fee. We meet on location outside in the summer and paint inside at the Barlow Community Center during the winter.

Bring your own materials, and work in any medium you choose. Artists of all abilities are welcome. It's a good way to keep your skills from getting rusty, and working in a group can also lend moral support to beginners who are apprehensive about creating art in public.

Click here to download the Summer Schedule (in PDF format).

Friday, May 30, 2008

June 2 - Spring Potluck and Scholarship Winner - 7:00 PM

The last meeting of the season will be the June 2nd Scholarship Awards Banquet. You won’t want to miss seeing the wonderful expressive artwork of this year’s scholarship winner.

Bring a dish to share, plus your own plate and utensils.

7:00 PM, Barlow Community Center, Oviatt Street, Hudson OH.

Friday, May 23, 2008

HSA T-Shirts and Coffee Mugs -- NEW!!

Show your support for Hudson Society of Artists by sporting our logo on a cap, coffee mug, or t-shirt!

Our gift shop is at this address:

http://www.cafepress.com/hudsonartists

Items can be ordered individually (no minimum order). They are only available online. All printing, billing, and shipping are handled by CafePress, so you can shop with confidence.

Check out some of these fantastic items:


Red T-Shirt, $19.99 (T-shirts available in many colors - pink, yellow, green, navy, light and dark blue)

Baseball Cap (white or khaki), $13.99

Coffee Mug, $11.99


Visit the shop for more items -- beer steins, sketchbooks, sweatshirts, polo shirts.

Proceeds from the shop benefit Hudson Society of Artists.


Thursday, May 15, 2008

May 19 -- Mary Deutschman -- Demo -- 7:30PM

Mary Deutschman will be doing a demonstration on Monday, May 19 at 7:30 PM. Meeting will be held at the Barlow Community Center on Oviatt Street in Hudson.

Sunday, May 04, 2008

May 5 --- Don Getz, Critique --- 7:30 pm

Don Getz Don will be doing a critique of member's work. Please bring 1-2 artworks for Don to review. Don's critiques are always popular and well attended, so he will review as many artworks as time permits.
The meeing will be held at the Hudson High School, Room A-211. Park in the Stow Rd. lot. Go in the doors by the auditorium and turn right and up the stairs. Go right at the top of the stairs and follow the signs.

Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Newsletter Deadline - May 7

Send in your news for the May newsletter to Karen Koch at 330 650 0603 or karengetsmail@yahoo.com .

Due date is May 7.

Friday, April 18, 2008

Apr. 21 -- Marianne Hite -- 7:30 PM

Marianne is a glass artist and will talk about her recent work. She is a popular instructor at the Peninsula Art Academy.

In Marianne's words: "I love working with glass because I feel as though I'm painting with light as well as with color. Glass lends a certain quality to the light emitted through a piece that nothing else can duplicate."

Friday, April 11, 2008

April 23 - Sandro Bonaiuto - Akron Society of Artists

Akron Society Of Artists would like to invite members from the Hudson Society of Artists to a program on the 23rd of April.

Sandro Bonaiuto will present at 7:30 pm at the Summit ArtSpace third floor studio, 140 E. Market St.

Sandro Bonaiuto, born in Cleveland, Ohio, has lived and studied in Italy since 1965. In Bologna, Italy he studied sculpture at the Academy of Fine Arts, as well as in Rome and Florence. He received a commission from the city of Florence to create a sculpture of the “Holy Family” which the city presented to the Pope in 1984. Locally, his commissioned works are on view at St. Mary’s Church in Hudson, and at St. Mary’s Church, Cleveland.

The sculptor’s work has been admired and reviewed in public and private collections in Europe and America. The majority of his work is in terracotta and marble.

Sandro will speak on artistic inspiration and his background in the arts. He will have two of his pieces on hand to view.

For more information view his web site at www.sandrobonaiuto.com .

Friday, March 28, 2008

Call for Artists -- Lakeside, Ohio

2008 Katharine Crampton Memorial Art Show
Lakeside, Ohio
July 17 – August 3

Info available at http://www.lakesideohio.com/ArtsEntertainment/

or http://www.lakesideohio.com/ArtsEntertainment/Katharine_Crampton_%20Memorial_%20Art_%20Show.aspx

Entry fee $8.00 before June 30

Questions call: 419-798-4812