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May, 2015 - Creative Arts Society
From: Leslie Kell [email protected]
Subject: CAS :: May 2015 Newsletter
Date: May 1, 2015 at 7:57 AM
To: [email protected]
May 2015 NEWSLETTER
Artists of
the Month
Sue Foss
PRESIDENT's
MESSAGE
MEMBER
NEWS
EXHIBITS
ART EXHIBIT
BUDDIES
GUIDELINES
ARTIST OF
THE MONTH
TIPS,
TRICKS and
LINKS
Officers
President
Sharon
Bibbee
Vice
President
Veta Winick
Vision: The Creative Arts Society is a vital presence inspiring Cultural
Enrichment, Community Participation, Respect for Diversity and Increased
Awareness and Appreciation for and through the Arts.
Mission: The Creative Arts Society is an Austin-based non-profit 501(c)3 thriving
arts organization actively promoting the development of the “Artist in Everyone”
for the expanding growth and diversity of our community.
All Monthly meetings are at the ACC Pinnacle Campus, 1st wed. of the month
10th Floor Faculty Lounge. CAS monthly meetings start at 7:00PM with a short
business meeting that is followed by the monthly presentation consisting of
demos, art business panels, or information on art techniques, portfolios and
other subjects of interest to artists and art lovers. Please come early to
socialize and network.
All Monthly meetings are at the ACC
Pinnacle Campus, 1st Wed. of the month
10th Floor Faculty Lounge
To see the 2015 schedule visit our website
Next Meeting: Framing Tips and Tricks
Wednesday, May 6, 2015
6:30 Networking and Social Hour
7pm Meeting Starts
Hello everybody,
Our May program has changed. I’m sure you will find this new program
exciting as well as needed.
Janet Fulk will present our program this month. Janet gives a great
presentation from matching the mat color with the art to installing the
hanging wire and dust cover. I hope you all will be there to welcome her
and learn about these exciting processes.
Karen Karlik
Don’t forget we have door prizes at our monthly meetings.
Don’t miss out on a chance to win art related gifts.
We also have fresh baked goodies and coffee for your
Public
Relations
Officer
Sharon
Bibbee
Membership
Officer
vacant
Secretary
Martha Kull
Treasurer
Dennis Day
Historian
Joan Lawson
Past
President
Liz Jensen
We also have fresh baked goodies and coffee for your
taking.
President's Message
Have you noticed how beautiful the bluebonnets are this year? For those
who paint or photograph these beautiful flowers should have a time of
their life. Seeing these flowers with the deep blues and purples takes my
breath. Speaking of taking my breath, all of the shows we are
participating in keeps all of us very busy. Martha and I have been
working overtime to line up shows, jurors, galleries and timelines for CAS
members to hang and sell our lovely art. Oh, don’t forget the West
Austin Studio Tour is also coming up.
The CAS board is looking for two exhibit coordinators to help Martha and
I. Please let us know if you are willing to give your time and talent in
helping our membership. Martha is ready to provide the training that will
give you the confidence to take a leadership role in CAS.
I hope you will be at the May 6th meeting as we have a great program
lined up for your pleasure. See you, Sharon
Committee
Chairs
Program
Karen Karlik
Exhibits
Martha Kull
and
Sharon
Bibbee
Communications
Denise
Schneyer
Veronica Primeaux • May 3
Marilyn Rodriguez • May 27
Veta Winick • May 28
Newsletter
Leslie Kell
Publicity
Robb
McKenzie
When is your birthday?
Please add your birthday to the sign in sheet so we can wish you
greetings on your special day.
Let Us Know:
CAS cares about our membership and we want to know if you have a
celebration or a reason we should be in touch with you. Often we hear
about our members having a health issue or something going on in your life.
We want to send a card to you letting you know we care and are thinking
about you.
So, we are asking you send the following information to Veta Winick,
[email protected]
Birthday – month and day only
Hospitalization
Death
Birth
Graduation
Graduation
Special Achievement
Purchase of New Home
Moving
Etc.
If you want to participate, please send your information and we will handle
it with care. Sharon
You are Invited:
CAS has a monthly board meeting and you are invited.
You are always welcome to attend our board meetings which are held on
the last Saturday of each month (except August, July and December)
Space is very limited so please let Sharon know if you plan to attend.
Attending the board meetings is a way to determine if you would like to
serve on the board next year.
The board meetings are held at the office of Austin Real Estate Partners,
9600 Escarpment Blvd. Austin, Texas 78749.
CAS Fine Art Festival!
Creative Arts Society is having a festival in October open to all members.
It will be a juried show and the booth space will be $75.00. The date
for the festival is October 24th.
The name of the festival will be “Circle C Fine Arts Fest”.
This is an indoor setting and the past 2 years has proven to be successful
for sales.
Karen Karlik with be the coordinator and she will need lots of help. The
same hanging rules will apply to this venue as for all CAS events.
Think about being a part of the first CAS Fest event for 2015.
More information will follow as the event planning gets up and running.
– Sharon
North Hills Gallery May 6-31,2015
Texas Tones
Reception: May 17, 12:15-1:15
Artists: Members of Austin's Creative Arts Society presents an all member
juried show featuring the colors of Texas to celebrate spring. The Creative
Arts Society welcomes artists working in all visual arts media.
Hours: Monday-Thursday 10 AM-5 PM, Friday 10 AM- Noon, Sunday 8:30 AM12:30 PM, Closed Saturday
Contact: 512-345-4546
Blue and Yellow by Jim Beckett
Endless Summer by Denise Schneyer
Austin Bat Bridge by Gail Sneden
All the videos from our juried show program have been posted to YouTube.
Here is the link to the CAS Channel:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyn4iFJORn9UtlUFL2xq9UQ
Thanks Robb and Dennis!!
Member News
Leslie Kell's "Hear the Highway Breathing" was selected for a Special Merit
Award in the 5th Annual “CityScapes” Art Exhibition hosted by Light Space
& Time Online Gallery.
The gallery received 676 entries from 17 different countries from around
the world! wow! You can see all the winners at:
the world! wow! You can see all the winners at:
http://www.lightspacetime.com/current-online-juried-art-exhibition/
Sue Gilliam held a Studio Open House and Sale on Thursday, April 30, 1pm
to 6pm+
She offered Acrylic and collage Paintings, Beads, Pendants, Scarves, Boxes,
Greeting cards, Prayer Pockets and Fabric Wall hangings.
Sue says: This may be my last show so please save my contact information
in case you would like to see my work some other time. I will be still be
creating.
[email protected] 512-343-7268
http://fineartamerica.com/profiles/sue-gilliam.html
From Martha:
I received this info from Christina Rudofsky (ArtSpace / Round Rock Arts).
Check if out if you are looking for additional opportunities to exhibit your
art.
Round Rock has a slew of upcoming calls for art that we have on our
website, including an approaching deadline for an upcoming recycle/re-
website, including an approaching deadline for an upcoming recycle/repurpose exhibit. http://roundrockarts.org/call-for-art-may-2015-recyclereuse-repurpose-reimagine/
Peggy Appleby sold 5
paintings to two clients. One
was a lake scene entitled,
Sunset Lake and is mixed
media; a second is entitled
lighthouse and is the forth
watercolor lighthouse sold in
the last 5 months. The other
three paintings include two
lake scenes and a river
landscape.
The Austin Art League Group 1 awarded 5 – $1000 scholarships this year to
outstanding art students featured at the 39th Annual ACC Student
Exhibition. Members of the Scholarship Committee meet at the Dougherty
Arts Center and reviewed all the artwork. The selected artists are the
following:
1.
Osvaldo Bins Ely
2.
Marcy Ann Villafana
3.
Gayle Sterling
4.
Annika Smith
5.
Alyse Mervosh
Marcy Ann Villafana Awarded Best of Honorable Mention for “In the
Dark”, 39th Annual ACC Student Art Exhibition. Julia C. Butridge Gallery at
the Dougherty Art Center. Juror – Steve Wyman.
Marcy Ann Villafana - Received – 3rd Place Award “Arising” 2015 -New
Members Exhibition, TVAA Downtown Gallery – The Plaza of the Americas,
700 N Pearl St, Dallas, TX 75201 Curator / Juror – Jan Partin
Marcy Ann Villafana announces her work “Arising” has been accepted into
Townley Gallery, 570 South Coast Hwy, Laguna Beach, CA 92651 and will be
on display until May 31st, 2015.
May 9th, 2015 - The Marquis Loft Downtown (2115 Runnels St., Houston, TX
7700) will Be hosting an event from 4 to 8 pm. where Marcy Ann Villafana
will be debuting her art piece " A New Awakening".
Eileen McKeon Butt will
have artwork at the Due
have artwork at the Due
West show, the opening
event for the West Austin
Studio Tour. Due West
runs from 5/1-5/17 and
will be held on the ground
floor of the beautiful new
University Park office
building located at 3300
North IH-35. Stop by and
see one sample of art
from each of the artists
participating in West this
year!
The West Austin Studio tour will be held on the weekends of: May 9-10, and
16-17th. Eileen will be exhibiting a collection of new paintings at Austin Art
Space Gallery and Studios, located at the Northcross Center, 7739
Northcross Drive, 78757 (behind Northcross Mall). The gallery is open from
11:00-6:00 on both weekends. We'll have daily live music, food and drinks,
so please come by and browse or shop!
More WEST...
Here is the list of the 2015 Upcoming Workshops for
New Braunfels Art League
May 15-17
Jen Evenhus, "The Beauty of Imperfection"
Pastels
All Skill Levels, $375, Deposit $100 Required
June 26-28
Elizabeth St. Hilaire Nelson, Painted Paper Collage
Payment plans available, $445, $150 deposit,For
For info contact Lisa Morales at " [email protected]"
July 11, 2015
Mary K Hammond, "The Language of Art"
Cost: $60
For further info contact:
Sandy Oberg
[email protected]
210-861-0751
New Members
Welcome to our new members:
Shawn Thomas
Danny Barineaux
Sumaiya Malik
Nelleen McCormick
David Yates
Veronica Ortegon Primeaux
I am a new CAS member and am very pleased
to exhibit my art work along with fellow CAS
members. Since graduating with a Bachelor’s
degree in Fine Art from A&I Kingsville, I have
played different roles in several creative
fields: art teacher, advertising artist, retail
merchandise display, and for the last 20 years
as a graphic artist using computers. To create
art in addition to photography, my favorite
mediums are oils on canvas, watercolor, and
pastels. I am inspired to create by my love of
color, pattern, and animals -plus- an avid
interest in Mexican Pre-Columbian motifs. To
give you an idea of my style of work, here is a
recent watercolor “Turtle” that is part of a
series called “Animals With Shells.”
Class I will teach on May 8, 2015
For those of you that are interested in computer graphic software such as
Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, etc. I will be presenting a session on Behance,
a creative professional network (part of Adobe’s Creative Cloud). As a
member of Austin Adobe Users Group (AAUG) I invite you to attend my
presentation. Information follows.
Our May 8, 2015 meeting will feature a demonstration of Behance as part of
Adobe’s Creative Cloud, is the largest creative professional network in the
world (4 million portfolios, more than 80 million images) connecting onlinecommunities of top art schools and organizations around the world. Top
companies use Behance to find and hire creative talent. This presentation
will cover features that inspire and connect artists/creatives.
1. Curated Galleries
2. New Book: Super-Modified, The Behance Book of Creative Work
3. Portfolio Review Week: you can attend events in hundreds of cities
across the globe.
4. Behance Team Blog: keeps your knowledge up-to-date.
5. BULLY Project Mural: artists sharing their stories on bullying, via pieces
uploaded to Behance.
About the Presenter
Veronica Ortegon Primeaux is a graphic artist with over 20 years of
experience in the field of computer generated art. She works for Texas
Department of State Health Services, creating posters, brochures,
presentations, and web graphics. Before then she was an art teacher in
Laredo public schools and also a commercial artist creating advertising
designs. In her spare time she works with oils on canvas and watercolor.
Date: Friday May 8, 2015
Time: 1:15-3:30 p.m.
Place: New Horizons Computer Learning Center, 300 E Highland Mall Blvd.
Suite 100 (in the Wells Fargo building, across the street from the bus stop
on E. Highland Mall Blvd). Turn north onto Jonathan and park in the Visitor
parking area
RSVP: To help our host New Horizons Computer Learning Center select a
room that comfortably seats everyone, please RSVP to this free event.
Jayshree Vakil
Jayshree Vakil started painting over 35 years ago. She earned a B.A. in Fine
Arts in 1980. She recently returned to full-time painting after a long and
successful career in Advertising.
Jayshree’s versatility reflects in her work through many mediums. Her
paintings liberate color and lines from being purely descriptive to becoming
paintings liberate color and lines from being purely descriptive to becoming
free and expressive suggesting emotion. Jayshree’s imaginative creative
process generates abstraction with energy, color, and feeling.
Currently Jayshree is exhibiting at ArtSpace in Round Rock, TX. She has
already sold three of her oil paintings over the a last 4 months. She
received a Special Recognition award for her entry, “Vixens”, at All Women
Art Exhibition in March, 2015. You can check out her paintings at her
website @ www.jayshreevakil.com.
[email protected]
(512) 791-3641
If you're a new member, please send us a short introduction, we'll
publish it in the next newsletter! Email Leslie at
[email protected]
Exhibit News and Sales
Denise Schneyer sold one of her seascape pastels at Cypress Grill.
This is the 3rd seascape that has sold at Cypress.
Gwen Dennis sold 2 paintings at Hecho En Mexico on William Cannon.
A little reminder...
Just a reminder to all artists that exhibit in our CAS venues, if you sell a
piece of art you need to send a check to CAS for the 15% commission.
Please Don’t Forget!
Reasons why you should participate in CAS exhibits...
You might actually sell some art (Yes, people do buy art from these
exhibits!)
AND you would be able to get some of your art out of your house!
It’s a great avenue to expose your art to the public. Clients and customers
of the venue, their friends and families will view your art where CAS
of the venue, their friends and families will view your art where CAS
exhibits. Plus, you can tell your friends and contacts where to go to see
your art in person.
Helping install/strike CAS exhibits gives you the opportunity to meet and
work with other CAS artists as you learn what it takes to install an exhibit.
The more folks we have involved in these installations, the less work there
is for any one individual.
Exhibits & Calls
For map links, please visit: creativeartssociety.org/exhibits
TIP :: When you head out to drop off or pick up art, print out the email
call and take it with you. This will insure you have the contact info for
the coordinator and the correct times and locations.
• Amplify Credit Union, Downtown
Exhibit Coordinator: Denise Schneyer
Address: 607 Congress Ave, Austin,TX (between 6th and 7th Streets)
Exhibit dates: Monthly, changing the first Saturday of the month
Install Date/Time: 10:00 AM on first Saturday of the month
Closing Date/Time: 9:30 AM on first Saturday of the month
Limit: 8-10 pieces depending upon size
Medium: All 2D
It is the artists responsibility to make all labels and hang all art at their
shows. CAS will have a contact at the venue the day of hanging, but will
not be responsible for the hanging or the labels. If you are interested in
applying for this venue, the spots will be filled, first come, first served.
This is a single person venue.
Information about the venue.This is a small branch of the bank. There is a
brick wall with a hanging system supplied by the bank. The assigned artist
can hang 8 paintings on this wall and there is space for an additional 1 or 2
small/medium painting on the opposite wall.
All 2015 slots are filled.
• Amplify Credit Union - Brockton North
Exhibit Coordinators: Mozelle Marks / Ghislaine Barillaud
Address: 2608 Brockton Drive (corner of Burnet & Brockton)
Exhibit dates: April 18, 2015 - June 20, 2015
Install Date/Time: Saturday, April 18 10:00 AM
Closing Date/Time: Saturday, June 20, 10:00 AM
Label Deadline: April 16 6:00 PM
Limit: 6 per artist
Medium: All 2D
• Amplify Federal Credit Union - Pond Springs North
Exhibit Coordinator: Martha Kull
Address: 130508 Pond Springs Road
Exhibit dates: About every 2 months, with a change out date on a Saturday
morning.
It is the artists responsibility to make all labels and hang all art at their
shows. CAS will have a contact at the venue the day of hanging, but will
not be responsible for the hanging or the labels. If you are interested in
applying for this venue, the slots will be filled, first come, first served. This
is a one or 2 person venue. This venue can also be used for some small 3D
pieces.
Information about the venue. The assigned artist(s) can hang 12-20
paintings and can display a few small 3D pieces as well.
paintings and can display a few small 3D pieces as well.
All 2015 slots have been filled.
• New Venue: Amplify at La Frontera
Exhibit Coordinator: Martha Kulll (interim)
Address:115 Sundance Parkway, Suite 500, Round Rock
Exhibit dates: About every 2 months, with a change out date on a Saturday
morning.
It is the artists responsibility to make all labels and hang all art at their shows.
CAS will have a contact at the venue the day of hanging, but will not be
responsible for the hanging or the labels. If you are interested in applying for this
venue, the slots will be filled, first come, first served. This is a one or 2 person
venue. This venue can also be used for some small 3D pieces.
Information about the venue. The assigned artist(s) can hang 12-20 paintings and
can display a few small 3D pieces as well.
The June 6 to August 1 slot is open - contact Martha Kull
([email protected]) if you would like this slot.
• Cypress Grill South
Exhibit Coordinator: Jim Beckett
Address: 4404 William Cannon
CAS Regular Exhibit dates: May 14, 2015 – July 9, 2015
Install Date/Time: Thursday May 14, 8:25 AM
Closing Date/Time: Thursday July 9, 8:10 AM
Label Deadline: May 12, 2015
Theme: Color; Late Spring; red, White, & Blue
Limit: 3
Medium: All 2D
• Hecho en Mexico - William Cannon South
Exhibit Coordinator: Jane Fier / Marilyn Rodriguez
Address: 6001 West William Cannon
Exhibit dates: April 8, 2015 - June 17, 2015
Install Date/Time: Wednesday, April 8, 2:15 PM
Closing Date/Time: Wednesday, June 17, 2:00 PM
Label Deadline: April 5
Limit: 4 to 9 artists, 3 pieces per artist; minimum size: 16x20; Maximum
size: 30x36
• Hecho en Mexico – Steiner Ranch West
Exhibit Coordinator: Gail Sneden/ Sharon Bibbee
Address: 4300 Quinlan Park Road
Exhibit dates: May 12, 2015 - July 14, 2015
Install Date/Time: Tuesday, May 12, 2:30 PM
Closing Date/Time: Tuesday, July 14, 2015, 2:30 PM
Label Deadline: May 9, 2015
THeme: It's a Fiesta of Summer Colors
Limit: 4 pieces per artist, minimum size: 16x20, maximum size: 48x48
Clinical Pathology Laboratories North
Exhibit Coordinator: Sue Gilliam
Address: 12200 Renfert Way 2nd floor – across the hall from the Women’s
Center
Exhibit dates: Every 3 months, with a change out date on a Saturday
morning.
This venue is handled similar to Amplify Downtown. It is a single person
venue with an exhibit length of approximately 3 months.
It is the artist’s responsibility to make all labels and hang all art at their
shows. CAS will have a contact at the venue the day of hanging, but will
not be responsible for the hanging or the labels. If you are interested in
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not be responsible for the hanging or the labels. If you are interested in
applying for this venue, the slots will be filled, first come, first served.
venue.
Information about the venue.This is a new branch of CPL with room for
approximately 14 medium sized pieces
All 2015 slots have been filled.
• Juried Show: North Hills Gallery
Exhibit Coordinator: Sharon Bibbee / Martha Kull
Address: 7050 Village Center Drive, Austin, TX 78731
Exhibit dates: May 5, 2015 - June 1, 2015
Install Date/Time: Tuesday, May 5, 10:00 AM
Closing Date/Time: Tuesday, June 1, 2015, 10:00 AM
Theme: Texas Tones
Label Deadline: past, jurying completed
• Juried Show: Breckenridge Fine Arts Gallery
Exhibit Coordinator: Sharon Bibbee / Martha Kull
Address: Breckenridge, Texas
Exhibit dates: June 9, 2015 - July 18, 2015
Install Date/Time: Tuesday, June 9, 10:00 AM
Closing Date/Time: Tuesday, July 18, 2015, 10:00 AM
Theme: Texas Tones
Label Deadline: Past
Delivery of Art - to Sharon's House: May 28 - 1:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Limit: 6 per artist
• New Venue: 3D Exhibit - Round Rock Library - Round Rock
Exhibit Coordinator: Brenda Armistead / Martha Kull
Address: 216 E Main Avenue, Round Rock
Exhibit dates: May 3, 2015 - June 6, 2015
Install Date/Time: May 3, 2015 1:30
Closing Date/Time: June 6, 2015 10:00 AM PM
Label Deadline: April 30, 2015
This will be a 3D only exhibit at the library - all pieces will be on view in a
glass display case.
Reception: May 7, 2015 4:00 - 5:30 PM - tentative
Reminder: All artists exhibiting with CAS in 2015 will need to sign new
waiver and release forms. These statements protect the artists, CAS,
and the venues.
We are also looking for additional spaces to exhibit, like AMOA, Austin Art
Space, or other venues that we don’t know about. But we can only do all
these with your help.
Please think about volunteering to help hang or take charge of some of the
existing (or new) venues, so you see how our process works. If you are
interested in helping please let Martha Kull or Sharon Bibbee know.
Art Exhibit Buddies
Martha Kull North, close to Cedar Park. [email protected]
Charlotte Clark Westcreek area - between Sunset Valley & Oak Hill
(Southwest Austin). email: [email protected] cell phone: 422-9879
Sue Gilliam Arboretum(183/360/Mopac)
343-7268 [email protected]
Peggy Appleby South Austin (Stassney and Manchaca)
[email protected]
Do you need someone to share the dropping off and the picking up of art
at CAS exhibits? Maybe you need an art buddy. If you are interested in
an art buddy or helping someone get their art to and from venues please
let our newsletter editor (Leslie @ [email protected])
know.
We will publish the list in the next newsletter.
You will need to include your contact information and what area of town
you are in.
Guidelines
All show information will be provided in the call for artists. There may be
different exhibit contacts and label people for each venue. Address, hang
and strike dates and times, theme, medium and limits will all be specified
in each call for art.
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Upon sale of artwork from show, give 15% to CAS
Pieces must be ready for hanging with wire on the back. Pieces not
wired will be rejected.Also label the back with name, title & phone
number.
Artwork should be appropriate for the general public, including
children.
All artwork must hang for the entire show. If a piece is sold or needs
to be removed, please contact “exhibit contact for specific venue”
for prior approval to remove and/or replace artwork during the
exhibit.
Collect artwork on strike/closing date. If you cannot collect artwork
at end of show, please make arrangements. CAS will charge $10 per
day for storage (payable to CAS). Second offenders will not be able
to enter the next exhibit.
CAS assumes no responsibility for lost or damaged goods.
CAS reserves the right to refuse any artwork deemed inappropriate,
arriving late or not ready to hang.
Label Info: We will specify in the call for art who to email and what
info is needed. Usually we need- Title, Medium, Price, Artist Name,
Phone number and website if available.
To be sure your information was received, you should receive a
confirmation email within a few days. If you did not receive one,
please check back with label person.
Venues can only accommodate a certain number of pieces. In the
event of a large number of entries, the show may be considered full
BEFORE the deadline for label information.
Pieces must be suitable for general public viewing. Can mean no
nudity, or violence or other subject matter we would normally
consider inappropriate for a venue. Bare branches are not a good
idea. Choose something up-lifting, joyful, playful, beautiful.
IMPORTANT: When emailing label info, please state in the subject header
venue and label info (example: “Cypress Grill label info”). It’s hard for the
label person to know everyone’s names, and this way we know it’s label
label person to know everyone’s names, and this way we know it’s label
info and not SPAM! Also this way if it ends up in our spam email we know
what it is and it does not belong there!
Artist of the Month
Sue Foss
I create Batik images on cloth and embellish them with embroidery to accent
the nature that reflects the beauty of nature that I see all around. The work is
long and complex but very satisfying.
Sue Foss
[email protected]
512.301.0268
TIPS, TRICKS AND LINKS
How to Write the Perfect Artist Statement
This is a source of great consternation, procrastination, and
sponatneous writer's block for many of us... the dreaded Artist
Statement.
And to add more pain... you really should update and polish from time
to time, so it never ends!
So here are some handy links for where ever you are on the artist
statement journey –- from getting started to keeping things fresh...
theabundantartist.com/how-to-write-an-artists-statement-that-doesntsuck/
www.lightspacetime.com/newsletter/how-to-write-the-perfect-artiststatement/
www.artsyshark.com/2015/04/16/is-your-artist-statement-working-foryou/?
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http://us7.campaign-archive2.com/?
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and don't forget about your bio...
www.lightspacetime.com/newsletter/how-to-write-an-effective-artistbiography/
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PLEASE email your favorites to Leslie, let share our resources and ideas.
AND if you would like to write a guest article for this section PLEASE do!
Our Partners
Creative Arts Society wants to thank each of you for your patronage.
To find out more about our partners visit our
website: creativeartssociety.org/partners
Patrons of the Arts
Bob and Melinda McKenna
Austin Real Estate Partners
9600 Escarpment Blvd, H930
Austin, Texas 78749
austinrealestatepartners.com
Prellop Fine Art Gallery
On Main Street, Salado's Historical
Shopping District
1-888-461-2605
prellopfineartgallery.com
Jane McQuiggin-Hutson
State Farm Insurance
2307 W. Parmer Lane
Austin, Texas 78727
janemcquiggin-hutson.com
Ampersand Art
Dana Brown
P O Box 1440
Buda, Texas 78745
ampersandart.com
Cogent Concepts Design
Alyssia L. Chapman, JD
512.919.0344
[email protected]
cogentcorpdesign.com
Pinnacle Campus
7748 Highway 290W
Austin, TX 78736
(512)223-8108
Veta Winick
Art Collector
Austin, Texas
Sharon Bibbee
Artist
Austin, Texas
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Sponsor
Tim Graves – Photographer
Austin, Texas
[email protected]
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Business Members
CAS is incorporated as a non-profit, tax-exempt operation under Texas law and Internal
Revenue Service code 501(c)3. CAS is organized for educational and charitable purposes.
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