The Bonutti Show Date: June 20th Award Ceremony: 6:30 pm Reception: 7 pm – 9 pm Drop-off of new paintings and Pick up o Old Paintings June 13th & 14th – During Clinic Hours (Use the side door that’s closest to the wine shop) *Important* Information Sheets will
EAG members please give Jan Von Bokel your 12×12 canvas by June 30th… Jan is hanging the show at Joe Sippers on the 1st of July @ 1 p.m. The opening and reception will be Friday July 6th from 5 till 7 p.m. awards @ 6p.m. Thanks
What a busy time….. The many compliments about the quality of our recent show leaves no doubt that it was one of our best yet. Thanks to all who worked (it didn’t seem to end). John and Suzi Gabb for being chairmen, Barb Brummer and Nancy Guilliams for the reception(hospi
The Effingham Art Guild will hold the May meeting on Tuesday, May 8, 2012 at 7 pm at the Hendelmeyer Park Building in Effingham. The election of officers for the coming year will be held. May’s program will feature Ben Cohen, full time instructor of art at Lake Land College. Mr.
A reminder that the annual Town and Country Show will be held in Vandalia at the Artworks Gallery June 16-24. Entries must be mailed by May 30 with delivery on June 9 and 10. Entry forms will be available at the May meeting or phone 618-283-4866.
This exhibit of “visual interpretations of the State of Illinois as seen through the creative spirit of the artists who live within its boundaries”, will be exhibited May 11 through June 8. The receiving dates for entries are Friday, May 4 through Sunday, May 6. The entry
The Annual Exhibition to be held May 18 through 20 will be in the Honey Creek Mall. Delivery is on May 17 between 4-6PM. Entries are $20 for members and $30 for non-members and forms are due by May 11. Divisions are Drawing, Painting, Photography and Three Dimensional. Entry forms wil
A new exhibit titled “Skirting Convention: Illinois Women Artists 1840-1940” will be in the main gallery at the Tarble Art Center, Charleston, Il from May 26-September 16, 2012. Women Artists from the Civil War to World War II will be displayed. The majority of the women w