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File - Orange County Fine Arts
June 2011
CELEBRATING 46 YEARS OF CREATIVE EXPRESSION AND COMMUNITY SERVICE.
A Non-Profit Organization • 3851 S. Bear Street, Suite B-15; Santa Ana, CA 92704 • 714-540-6430 • orangecountyfinearts.com
pai nte r K i m VAN D ER H O E K TO D EM O N STRATE AT J U NE 23 G ENERAL MEETIN G
Join us June 23 when Kim VanDerHoek will be our demonstrator. Meetings begin at 6:30 pm with light refreshments.
At 7:00 pm we discuss business briefly followed immediately by the guest artist’s demonstration.
Ki m VanD e r Hoe k
It is my hope that when you view my painting from
across the room you can easily see what the subject
is, then, upon closer inspection, you find yourself lost
in the brushwork.
I enjoy the challenges plein air painting poses. Dealing with the weather, changing light and the other
hurdles of outdoor painting has forced me to learn
to make decisions quickly, to paint with commitment and above all, to have a plan for each painting.
www.KimVanDerHoek.com
Orange County Fine Arts Inc. is a non-profit corporation that seeks to stimulate community interest in the Fine Arts by providing special programs,
exhibits and demonstrations by well-known artists; to furnish a place for viewing works of art; and to provide scholarships to deserving art students.
Membership is open to anyone; there are no restrictions.
Thoughts from the President
“Seeing is an art that must be learned.”
—Marguerite Duras
“Don’t worry about the world coming to an
end today. It is already tomorrow in Australia.”
—Charles Schulz
Greetings fellow artists and OCFA
Members! It’s time to start planning
for summer events—there will be
lots to do, with art festivals and other
events around the county to occupy
the artistically minded. OCFA will be
well-represented in several venues,
including the L aguna B each F es tival of A rts , O range C ounty
F air , events in Newport Beach, and
other spots around Orange County.
Get out and spend some time visiting
your fellow artists; they’d appreciate
seeing you, and you’ll have a good
time, to boot.
M a r i lly n B r a m e and T e r ry
W alker are happy to report that
recent events held during the I magi nation C elebration were wellattended and attracted several new
parents and children to partake in art
projects during Marillyn’s A rts A live
F estival in Mission Viejo and Terry’s
P aint with the P ros at the OCFA
Education center.
And I’m happy to report that donations
from yours truly and J erry C lovis
were recently honored at the annual
auction fundraiser for the Orange
County and Inland Empire Chapter of
the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
held in Newport Beach.
I am also happy to report that the
reception for our statewide show, A rt ist E ye , was well-attended and wellreceived. Keep an eye out for an e-mail
attachment with the list of award recipients. A special thanks goes out to juror
and artist, M ark L eysen ; if you want
a glimpse at one example of why he
is nationally, and locally well-regarded
as both an Artist and Instructor, visit
Showcase Gallery; he has graciously
loaned one of his original paintings for
display in the Gallery throughout the
run of the Artist Eye Show.
T wo
items of note :
the officer positions on the Board filled:
President, Secretary, and Treasurer, to
fulfill the organization’s legal obligations, under state corporate guidelines.
I have decided—though it has been
overall quite an enjoyable experience
for me—that after four years of Board
service, in various positions, including
Secretary, Treasurer, and President, I will
not be running for another Board term;
rather, I will serve the Board as immediate Past President, so that I can pursue
my art and other educational opportunities that have become available
to me. Additionally, current Secretary,
F ay B aki , long-term Board member
and Community Liaison, M arillyn
B rame , have also decided to not opt
for renewal of their current positions
with the Board; and Showcase Gallery
Director M argie Z uliani has decided
to step back from the demands of
serving as Showcase Director, so that
she might serve the Board in another
position—to be announced on the
upcoming ballot.
So, change is afoot; and you, the members have a rare opportunity to step
up and offer your services to OCFA as
Board members for the next fiscal year,
and help steer and define the course of
OCFA, going into its fifth decade as one
of Orange County’s oldest non-profit
Arts Organizations.
It’s time for Annual Board elections,
and this year there will also be a special
request to amend
the OCFA bylaws;
you’ll want to
keep an eye on
your US Post or email deliveries for
these announcements and ballots.
As a reminder, and
an aside, I would
also like to point Cheers,
out that the State
of California requires that OCFA
must have three of
Jacqueline Zimbalist,
OCFA President
Imagination Celebration
Showcase Gallery Reception, part
of the Imagination Celebration.
Marillyn Brame
Join all your Friends … become
a fan of Showcase Gallery on
Facebook … get the news of
what’s happening around town!
Take In Day for the Artist Eye Show
K elly J ones and a
painting by J erry
C lovis at the
fundraiser for the
Orange County
and Inland Empire
Chapter of the
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society in
Newport Beach.
http://www.facebook.com/
search for “ShowcaseGallery”
AvantGarden Gallery
Alicia Rojas
The Artist’s Eye newsletter reaches over 250 local
artists. A business card size ad is $10 for one month or
$20 for three months. Additionally, your printed flyers
can be inserted for $25 per issue. E-mail or mail your
ad and send payment made out to OCFA by the 15th
of the month.
Saddleback College Scholarship recipients Janey Saavedra and
Katelynn Bartiromo with Jacqueline Zimbalist and Ellen Seefeldt.
OCFA Indoor Exhibits:
Mesa Verde Library
The Mesa Verde Library is featuring a one-woman show of
Ferial’s beautiful oils through the end of June; 2969 Mesa
Verde Drive East; Costa Mesa, CA.
OCFA Indoor Exhibits:
Donald Dungan Library
The Donald Dungan Library is featuring the art of John H.
Stewart through the end of July; 1855 Park Avenue; Costa
Mesa, CA.
If interested in showing your work at the Donald Dungan
Library, please call Marilou Hogeboom at 949-644-9375
JAREDMILLAR
Design
[email protected]
jaredmillar.com
February Demo —
­ Mixed Media Artist Jacki Long
Suzie Vuong, below
Jacki Long
pictured
with Linda
Brooks
March Demo ­— Photographer Steve Gilb
Steve Gilb
discusses
photography
Steve Gilb
with first place
winner Bernal
Peralta, right
April Demo ­— Printmaker Anne Moore
Printmaker
Anne Moore and
Katy Brack
Anne Moore with
Bernal Peralta, below
Officers and Directors
OCFA Art Center:
NEXT MEETING: JUNE 23
•Showcase Gallery & Art Shop
General Meetings are held the fourth Thursday
of each month except July and December
at Showcase Gallery and begin with a short
informational session followed by refreshments
at 6:30 and an artist’s demonstration at 7:00.
Guests are always welcome.
(22) GARDEN GROVE FWY
Avantgarden-The Art Gallery
Artist Eye Laguna Gallery
Orange County Fine Arts
An Association of Artists
3851 S. Bear St., Suite B-15
Santa Ana, CA 92704
FW
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M
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A
BEAR ST
(405)
(73
)
President
Jacqueline Zimbalist
949-348-6015
Secretary
Fay Baki
949-241-0818
Showcase
Margie Tabor Zuliani
714-982-6178
AvantGarden Ellen Seefeldt
[email protected]
Thomas Tom
949-231-8866
Vice-President
Treasurer
OPEN
OPEN
SAN DIEGO FWY
AvantGarden Victoria Wood
Artist Eye
Ann Jones
Membership
Max Yamada
Bear St. Gallery
Student Activities Terry Walker
Marketing Dir.
OPEN
Past President
Laura Rice Robinson
K
PAR
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AV
Artist Eye Laguna Gallery
714-454-0525
714-832-4252
949-650-3832
562-803-4961
Comm’ty Liaison Marillyn Brame
949-951-5971
Past President
949-231-8866
Thomas Tom
Director At Large Margaret Kelly
Y
W
TH
AS
CO
1294 South Coast Hwy., Suite A
Laguna Beach, CA 92651
949-497-5898
Hours: Sun., noon–5 pm; Mon.–Thurs. 1–6
pm; Fri.–Sat., 11 am–9 pm; (until 9 pm the
1st Thursday of the month)
artisteyelagunagallery.com
SUNFLOWER
Director At Large Duncan Asper
Art Shop Mngr.
Artist Studio Dir.
FIC
CI
PA
(1)
[email protected]
Santora Arts Building
207 North Broadway, Suite B-7B
Santa Ana, CA 92701
714-558-8843
Open First Saturday of each month,
4-10 pm and by appointment
artavantgarden.com
OCFA Art Center
(5
5)
CO
ST
A
714-825-0592
Open when studio artists are at work
MACARTHUR BLVD
(1
33
)
•OCFA Studio
FAIRVIEW RD
www.bearstreetgallery.org
714-825-0592
Open when studio artists are at work
SA
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FW
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Avantgarden
MAIN ST
1ST ST
•Bear Street Gallery/Studios
[email protected]
Officers:
Directors:
(5)
4TH ST
BROADWAY
[email protected]
714-540-6430
Open Wed., 10:30 am–2 pm; Thurs.–Sat.,
10:30 am–5:30 pm; Sun., 11:30 am–3
pm; open Second Saturdays each month
for artist's receptions 4:00–7:00 pm
BRISTOL ST
South Coast Plaza Village
3851 South Bear St., Suite B-15
Santa Ana, CA 92704
949-786-6202
714-472-3475
949-458-0477
Tina Ellingwood [email protected]
Jila Hakimi
949-548-7387
Chairpersons:
Workshops
Jila Hakimi
Scholarships/Ed. OPEN
S ST
ES
CR
Programs
Linda Brooks
Historian
Sally Wilson
Publicity
OPEN
Newsletter
Jared Millar
949-548-7387
714-389-5875
949-631-2232
714-979-5597

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