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May for Email.pub - South Bay Watercolor Society
PRESIDENT
Jody Wiggins
VICE PRESIDENT
Gloria Lee
VICE PRESIDENT
Bill Wassenberg
April/May 2015
www.southbaywatercolor.com
Newsleer Editor: [email protected]
The next SBWS meeting will be held on Monday May 11 at 7 pm in the
Garden Room, Torrance Cultural Center.
VICE PRESIDENT
Pat Woolley
TREASURER
Charlotte Moore
RECORDING
SECRETARY
Sylvia Smullen
PUBLICITY
Gloria D. Lee
PROGRAMS
CHAIR
Herlinda Giandalia
Barbara St. John
WORKSHOP
COORDINATOR
Gale Driver
MEMBERSHIP
Etty Andreani
NEWSLETTER
Etty Andreani
The 2015 SBWS Annual Juried Show will open with a reception
on Sunday May 24. The entries are to be delivered on Monday
May 18 between 9 and 11 am.
The location is the Lexus Service Center located at 24777 Crenshaw Blvd. in Torrance.
You are urged to enter the show as 15 awards will be presented
and it is likely that all entries will be accepted, unless they exceed the venue’s wall capacity.
The juror will be James Wisnowski.
The National Watercolor Society is accepting entries for the Annual
Member Exhibition from March 1-31. Prospectus is at
www.nationalwatercolorsociety.com.
Be sure to bring a painng to the meeng for the Popular Vote
Compeon.
Ribbons will be awarded for First, Second and Third places.
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April/May 2015
Rosemary Bandes will be the May 11 Demonstrator
Rosemary Bandes’s work has been shown throughout Southern California, including the Palos Verdes Art Center (Juried AllMedia Show, Small Treasures, and Artists’ Studio), Arena One/
Hangar Gallery, VIVA Gallery, Orlando Gallery, Burbank Art Center, Valley Jewish Community Center L.A. Municipal Art Gallery
(Open Exhibition), and TAG Gallery (California Open Exhibition.)
She studied at Otis Art Institute,
West Los Angeles College, Emerson Adult School and Palos
Verdes Art Center. She also studied with Brian Wilkinson (“Brino”) and Charles Knecht. Some of her
mentors are Frank Minuto, Dael Patton, Bonita Helmer and Gloria
Lee. She is a founder and board member of Destination: Art in
Torrance. She is also member of Women Painters West, Pacific
Art Guild, Experimental Artists of the South Bay, and International
Society of Experimental Artists.
March Demonstration
Annie Clavel held a hands-on workshop for
about thirty people in attendance. Annie
demonstrated painting on Yupo “paper”.
She likes to use an angled brush and QOR
(Golden) paints, a new line of watercolors
that offer color strength, range and versatility. Annie demonstrated painting wet-intowet, using Kleenex, brushes, credit cards,
items to move the paint. Paint can easily be
removed from the Yupo paper. When done,
fixative should be applied to the painting.
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April/May 2015
to Suzanne Kuuskmae and Carlos Lemmi, SBWS’s
newest members.
Members News
Osamu Saito exhibited his paintings last March at the Ken Nakaoka Community Center in Gardena and in Barnes Park , Monterey Park in April.
Congratulations to the winners of the Popular Vote competition: 1st Place, Parrish Hirasaki “Evie
& Neko”; 2nd Place, Alvin Takamori “Am I Just a Number?” and 3rd Place, Nancy Veits.
Congratulations to Alvin Takamori for winning the Raffle prize at the March meeting.
Awards to be presented at SBWS Annual Show Opening Reception
Best of Show
$250
Henry Fukuhara Memorial Award
$150
First Place
$200
Bob Doughty Memorial Award
$150
Second Place
$150
6 Honorary Mentions
$25
3 Merchandise awards
$25
Third Place
$100
Thank you Bobbie Davison, Nina Ogura and
Linda Thompson for bringing the refreshments
to the March meeting.
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April/May 2015
Shows Worth Seeing Around Town
SHOWS
Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery
Located at Barnsdall Park
4800 Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles 323.644.6269
C.O.L.A. 2015 INDIVIDUAL ARTIST FELLOWSHIPS EXHIBITION
Presents the premiere of new works by the following master artists
Until June 28
Hammer Museum10899 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles 310.443.7000
APPARITIONS: FROTTAGES AND RUBBINGS FROM 1860 TO NOW
Until May 31.
Pasadena Museum of California Art
490 E. Union St., Pasadena 626.568.3665
THE ARTFUL VOYAGE—Armin Hansen
Until May 31.
The Bowers Museum
714.567.3600
2002 N Main St., Santa Ana
CALIFORNIA: THE GOLDEN YEARS Classic California: recently conserved paintings.
Features 22 paintings by California's most celebrated artists of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Ongoing
Norton Simon Museum
411 W Colorado Blvd, Pasadena, CA 91105 626.449.6840
TÊTE-À-TÊTE: THREE MASTERPIECES FROM THE MUSÉE D’ORSAY
Until June 22
Museum of Latin American Art
628 Alamitos Ave, Long Beach
562.437.1689
MEXICO: FANTASTIC IDENTITY 20TH CENTURY MASTERPIECES FROM THE FEMSA COLLECTION
Until July 5, 2015
Getty Museum
1200 Getty Center Dr.. 310.440.7300
J. M. W. TURNER: PAINTING SET FREE
Until May 24, 2015
ANDREA DEL SARTO: THE RENAISSANCE WORKSHOP IN ACTION
Upcoming, June 23 - September 13
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