Art Forum Newsletter December 2016

Winter is coming. That's not a prophesy of doom and gloom - not for artists such as ourselves. It's a proclamation that we now have time to breathe (well, after the holidays anyway) and take time to create art. Those dark winter nights are the perfect time to sequester ourselves in our cozy nooks, at kitchen tables, and in studios to pour our creativity into amazing works of art. Go ahead, make something splendid!

Reminder: Art must be picked up from Noisette Bakery this Tuesday, November 29 between 3:00 and 4:30. Please, no earlier than 3:00. If you can't be there to pick up your art, make arrangements for someone else to get it please.

ART CHALLENGE:

The Art Challenge is an optional "Show and Tell". Every month we choose a theme. Many members will create a piece of art from that theme, using whatever medium they choose and interpreting the theme however they wish. It can be a great exercise in stretching ourselves artistically. Regular Show and Tell is also encouraged.

The Art Forum Challenge last month was "Autumn / Fall. Here are the wonderful pieces made by our members.

Dennis

Karen

Patricia

Roma

Judy

Sheri

Jaime

Andrea

Asante

Gayle

Next month's challenge is "Fire". Or bring other Show and Tell art.

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Andrea is teaching a workshop in Felting. She's a great teacher and the class is VERY affordable. Learn something new!

Be sure to set aside some time on the weekend of December 10th and 11th to come visit our Holiday Show and Sale at the WhitPrint studio. We will be filling our walls and tables with paintings, drawing, prints, and mixed media work from studio members and the community. This is two days only. Saturday and Sunday, 11am to 7pm each day. Hope to see you there.

Special guest participants include: Diane Sandal, Kristen Walker, Patricia Donohue, Sally Schwader, Sarah Grossberg, and Sarah Sedgwick

Stop by Sam Bond's to check out the art of some of our members!

New Zone has a New Home!

The Best Vestige of Art in Eugene, Oregon, aka the New Zone Gallery, is preparing now to open its doors to lovers of Art this First Friday ArtWalk, December 2nd, 5:30pm - 9:00pm, at our new digs: 220 W. 8th Ave, which is just a block down Charnelton from our old Zone.

There will be ART and Artists, Food, Libations, and PARTY! (and much Celebration.. Cake? Music?)

Our traditional Holiday Store will be up and running as of the First Friday ArtWalk with great original art gifts at affordable prices, and will remain open during gallery hours through December 24th, Mondays-Saturdays, Noon-6:00 pm.

The New Zone Artists Collective would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to the Hood Family for facilitating our rebirth, thereby rendering Eugene an enormous service as City of the Arts. We would also like to thank everyone who has been so supportive of the New Zone throughout these 30 years, in every way.

We can’t wait to see you all again, First Friday, December 2nd.

Check out these sites for what's on their schedules.

Maude Kerns Art Center

Karin Clarke Gallery

Emerald Art Center

Lincoln Art Gallery

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~The Art Forum is a free group that meets every 3rd Monday at 6:00 pm at Lincoln Gallery (309 W. 4th Avenue, Eugene). Everyone is welcome. We mission is to provide information and encouragement for all artists. For more information, contact Patricia Donohue at pndonohue@gmail.com

This newsletter is written by Cenya Eichengreen for the Eugene Art Forum. If you have information for the newsletter or need to report a correction, please contact me at clsse@comcast.net.

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